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HIST 252: Japanese Civilization

A study of Japan from the origins of the Yamato state culture to the emergence of modern Japan, this course provides an overview of traditional Japanese thought, values, and culture. This course examines social, economic and political change, intellectual and religious history, and the development of Japanese arts and literature, as well as Japan's relations with China, Korea, and the West. Offered periodically.

Ancient Studies

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...HIST 299 Topics in History HIST 302 Greek Civilization HIST 303 Roman Civilization LATIN 252...

French

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...Art HIST 210 Major Seminar: European History HIST...1880, Revolutionary Art ART 252 Art 1880-1945...

Japanese

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...Environmental Sustainability in Japan (abroad) HIST 252 Japanese Civilization HIST 253 Modern Japan Courses Focused...

Latin American Studies

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...Authors HIST 126 Conquest and Colonization HIST 193...Latin American topic) PSCI 252 Politics and Development...

Management Studies

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...Media HIST 193 Modern Latin America HIST 222...250 Not Found GERM 252 Exploring Non-Fiction...

Media Studies

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...English) HIST 182 America Since 1945 HIST 290...the Electronic Medium PHYS 252 Musical Acoustics PSCI...