Revolution, Socialism and Reform in China

Politics 110

Usual Description

We begin with a chronological overview, from ancient times to the present. Then we proceed topically, focusing on: politics and the state; political economy (industry and agriculture); gender; population; environment; public health; and cultural politics. Written work consists of two take-home, open-book essays, and weekly blogs.

Areas of Interest
East Asia and China
East Asia China
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
Politics 110
Politics 110
Politics 110 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 110 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 110 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 110 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 110 Taught by Marc Blecher