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HIST 262: National Identity and Ethnicity in China (abroad)

This course examines ethnicity and the development of national identity in China through the evolution of the Qing empire into a modern nation state, the development of Chinese national identity in modern times, and the relationship between majority culture and minority ethnicities. Students examine the Han, Manchus, Tibetan, and Hmong/Miao as case studies, including comparisons with Hmong in the United States. Offered periodically during Interim.

Medieval Studies

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...Art HIST 237 Gender in Medieval Europe HIST 299 Topics in History REL 262 Catholic...

Management Studies

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...Media HIST 193 Modern Latin America HIST 222...to Mathematical Reasoning MATH 262 Probability Theory MATH...

Chinese

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

Russian Language and Area Studies

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...5.00 HIST 230 Imperial Russia HIST 231...in English translation) RUSSN 262 20th-Century Russian...