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Fall 2019 Course List

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Asian Studies

Brush, Sword, and Hoe: Ancient Chinese History & Culturepublic

HUM1052
4.00
Introductory
Seth Harter
N/A

This course will examine the development of Chinese culture from the earliest divination rites to the court intrigues of the Ming dynasty. Along the way we will study the creation and growth of the imperial institution and meritocratic civil service that made it work; we will discuss China’s complex relations with its central Asian neighbors; we will consider some of the fabulous economic and technological developments that made Chinese products the envy of the world in the 17th century; and we will read a selection of poetry and prose by Tang hermits, Song officials, and Ming aesthetes.

  • Wednesday 11:30am-12:50pm in Dalrymple/D21
  • Friday 11:30am-12:50pm in Dalrymple/D21

For Asian Studies offerings, also see:

Writing Seminar: The Hand and the Mind: An Exploration of Craft