Week 11 - – Taisho liberalism • Universal suffrage and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/28/11 East Asia in 1910s-1940s Jaymin Kim
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5/28/11 Warfare in East Asia (Group Discussion) The Second Sino-Japanese War The Nanjing Massacre (Rabe reading) Liu Dapeng’s observation (p. 159-65) The Pacific War Japan at war (Lu 435-40, 457-8) Representations in popular media?
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5/28/11 Ideology and Politics in East Asia (Review) Liberalism May 4th/New Culture Movement Chen Duxiu (“converts” 240-5) Lu Xun (Lu Xun reading)
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Unformatted text preview: – Taisho liberalism • Universal suffrage and Peace Preservation Law (Lu 394-8) • Modern girl (Silverberg reading) 5/28/11 Ideology and Politics in East Asia (Review) • Authoritarianism – Showa totalitarianism (Lu 435-40) – GMD one-party state (“nationalist revolution” 330-47) • Luo Longji, Jiang Tingfu, Hu Shi • Chiang Kai-shek • Anti-colonial/nationalist movements – Korea (“March 1st” reading)...
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