HIS 373 - Asian Encounters with Empire
Not Offered 2013-2014
An examination of the imperial experience in East, Southeast and South Asia during the nineteenth and twentieth century’s, encompassing the impact of both European and Asian expansions. Themes include issues of race, gender, modernization, orientalism and colonial legacies.
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.
Considered a World History.
Course may be applied to the Asian Studies minor.