syllabus - intro to china - HIS 306N (39350) / ANS 302C...

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HIS 306N (39350) / ANS 302C (31775) INTRODUCTION TO CHINA Spring 2011 Huaiyin Li Office: GAR 3.202 GSB 2.126 Office Phone: 475 7910 Email: Teaching Assistants: Peter Hamilton , email: Lorin Lee , email: Course description: This course introduces the study of Chinese history, society, and culture through an examination of the cultural unities and diversities, continuities and discontinuities that comprise the historical development of Chinese civilization. Topics include philosophy and religion; population and economy; power and authority; gender, ethnicity, and cultural identity. This course provides a foundation for continued study of Chinese history and society for students who plan to go on to more specialized, upper-division courses including Chinese anthropology, history, psychology, sociology, economics, law, policy, international business, art history, architecture, environmental science, and philosophy. Required readings : J. K Fairbank & M. Goldman, China: A New History (Belknap, 2006) P. J. Ivanhoe & B. W. Van Norden, Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy
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