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HIST 250: Chinese Civilization

This course studies Chinese civilization from its beginnings to the end of the 19th century, providing an overview of traditional Chinese thought, culture, institutions, and society. Students examine the development of philosophy and religion, achievements in art and literature, and social and economic change. This course also considers foreign conquest dynasties, Chinese expansion into Inner Asia, and China's relations with the West. Foreign Language Across the Curriculum course available in Chinese for students at the third-year level in the language. Offered annually.

Management Studies

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...abroad) GERM 250 Course GERM 250 Not Found...Media HIST 193 Modern Latin America HIST 222...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...HIST 121 The Making of Modern Russia HIST...Cross-Cultural Perspective SPAN 250 Gateway to the...

Chinese

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...Literature and Society HIST 250 Chinese Civilization HIST 251 Modern China HIST 262 National Identity...

French

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...Art HIST 210 Major Seminar: European History HIST...of French 232. In 250-level courses, students...

Media Studies

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...HIST 290 Reel America: U.S. History in Film MGMT 229 Arts Management MGMT 250...

Russian Language and Area Studies

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...Russia HIST 231 20th-Century Russia PSCI 282 Russian and Eurasian Politics RUSSN 250 Topics...