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Unformatted text preview: HISTORY OF KOREA AFTER 1860 History 121 (cross-listed as EALC 082) --Spring 2010-- An examination of Korean society and culture in tumultuous transition, focusing on challenges for the Chos ŏ n Dynasty and its reform effort, pressures of imperialism, impact of Japanese colonial rule, conflict between two rival regimes, South Korea’s emergence as a major player in the international political economy, some salient features of the totalitarian North Korean regime, triumph of democracy, and Korea’s place in the world. Professor: Eugene Y. Park College Hall 306E (215) 746-6337 [email protected] Lectures: Tue., Thu., 10:30 am–12 noon Location TBA Office hours: TBA Requirements: Midterm exam, in-class (25%) Term paper, assigned topic (30%) Final exam, take-home (35%) Attendance (5%) In-class discussion participation (5%) Readings: Cumings, Bruce. Korea’s Place in the Sun: A Modern History . Updated edition. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 2005. Choe, Yong-ho, Peter H. Lee, and William Theodore de Bary, eds. Sources of Korean Tradition . Vol. 2: From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Centuries . New York: Columbia University Press, 2000. Online journal articles. Links provided on the course web site. Absences, missed exams, and late submissions will be penalized unless based on medical, religious, or family emergency-related reasons with documentation. Academic dishonesty is not tolerated at the University of Pennsylvania. Cheating, forgery, dishonest conduct, plagiarism, and collusion in dishonest activities erode the University’s educational, research, and social roles. In line with university regulations, course instructors reserve the right to discipline any student found guilty of inappropriate conduct. 1 COURSE SCHEDULE: Week 1 (1/14): Pre-1860 Korea Bruce Cumings, Korea’s Place in the Sun (hereafter KPS ), Ch. 1–2, pp. 19–93, 115–16. James B. Palais, “A Search for Korean Uniqueness,” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 55.2 (December 1995): 409-25. Online. Eugene Y. Park, “War and Peace in Premodern Korea: Institutional and Ideological Dimensions,” in The Military and South Korean Society , ed. Young-Key Kim- Renaud, R. Richard Grinker, and Kirk W. Larsen (Washington DC: Sigur Center for Asian Studies, George Washington University, 2006), 1–13. Online....
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