Chinese Civilization

East Asian Studies 121

Usual Description

An introduction to the history of China from the archaeological origins of Chinese civilization to the period of the mature imperial state in the 17th century. The diverse origins of China’s civilization are stressed as topics in political, social, and economic history are explored, as well as developments in religion and thought, language and literature, and art. This course is the normal introduction to further study of Chinese history and culture and, in particular, provides a valuable context for themes treated in Modern China.

Areas of Interest
China
China
Time Periods

Pre-1700

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
East Asian Studies 121 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 121
East Asian Studies 121 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 121 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 121 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 121 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 121 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 121 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 121