HIST630 - TOPICS IN ASIAN HISTORY: RDGS IN JAPANESE HISTORY

Description: 
This graduate seminar will examine the principal debates after 1945 in the writing of modern Japanese history. We will cover the Tokugawa era (1600-1868) through the immediate postwar years and pay special attention to the ways in which analyses of modern Japan have changed over time and across national boundaries (principally, in the United States and Japan). The course aims to give graduate students a firm grasp of the latest scholarship on modern Japan and of some of its most visible personalities. Requirements are structured to offer practical training in several critical aspects of academic life.
Instructors: 
DICKINSON, FREDERICK
Day and Time: 
R 0130PM-0430PM
Room: 

COLLEGE HALL 315A

Activity: 
SEM
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