Modern China

East Asian Studies 122

Usual Description

This history of China from the founding of the Manchu Qing (Ch’ing) dynasty in 1644 takes a China-centered perspective. Along with political and institutional developments, long-term changes in the society and economy of China are stressed, and the indigenous bases for those changes are explored so that China’s 20th century revolutionary upheaval will be seen to be more than a ‘response to the Western impact’ or an ‘emergence into modernity.’

Areas of Interest
China
China
Time Periods

Post-1644

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 122 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 122 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 122 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 122 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 122 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 122 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 122 Taught by David Kelley
East Asian Studies 122 Taught by David Kelley