HIST630 - RDGS IN KOREAN HISTORY

Description: 
This course offers a graduate level introduction to the academic literature on modern Korea's social history broadly construed. A reading list of noteworthy monographs and edited volumes is intended to help students map the critical questions and debates that have shaped the field. The readings as a whole also represent key methodological developments, including gender and transnational histories. The course proceeds as a reading seminar, meeting weekly. Writing requirements are book reviews and a historiographical paper on a topic of the student's choosing. Open to motivated undergraduates with instructor's permission.
Instructors: 
PARK, EUGENE
Day and Time: 
M 0200PM-0500PM
Room: 
COLLEGE HALL 315A
Activity: 
SEM
Cross Listings: 
  • EALC780401