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Fall 2018
Feb 24, 2021
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HIST 376 - Modern Japan
This course will explore the history of modern Japan from its beginnings in the late sixteenth century to today, with a focus on the period after 1800. This class will examine major events in Japanese history, such as the creation of the Tokugawa order, the Meiji Restoration, the establishment of the Japanese Empire, World War Two, the occupation of Japan by the United States, and the spread of Japanese popular culture. An important theme will be how foreign ideas have been selectively adapted in Japan, and how the Japanese have sought to establish their own identity vis-à-vis Asia and the West. Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and one 100-level History course. (General Education - Global Issues and Cultures and General Education Elective) Three semester hours.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Second Degree, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

History & Philosophy Department

Course Attributes:
GNED-Gen Ed Electives, GNED-Global Issues & Cultures

Prerequisites:
(Undergraduate level ENGL 102 Minimum Grade of D or Second Degree level ENGL 102 Minimum Grade of D) and (Undergraduate level HIST 101 Minimum Grade of D or Second Degree level HIST 101 Minimum Grade of D) or (Undergraduate level HIST 111 Minimum Grade of D or Second Degree level HIST 111 Minimum Grade of D) or (Undergraduate level HIST 112 Minimum Grade of D or Second Degree level HIST 112 Minimum Grade of D) or (Undergraduate level HIST 121 Minimum Grade of D or Second Degree level HIST 121 Minimum Grade of D) or (Undergraduate level HIST 122 Minimum Grade of D or Second Degree level HIST 122 Minimum Grade of D)

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