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A certificate of completion will be issued for participants fulfilling an attendance rate of 70%

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Key Features

Subject description:

This course covers the history of China from 1800 to the early years of the People’s Republic. Pressured by both domestic unsettlement and foreign incursions, this period of momentous crises began with the unravelling of the traditional order of imperial China in the nineteenth century, only to be followed by the escalation of revolutionary urgency in the twentieth. By the time of the Communist revolution in 1949, this historical process of “national survival” and “becoming modern” had profoundly and irretrievably transformed China’s political, social, and cultural landscape. In this course, we examine a number of the overarching themes and issues that have preoccupied the Chinese in their march towards modern nationhood.

 

Anticipated learning outcomes:

  • Acquire good, solid knowledge of the major themes and issues in the history of China from 1800 to the early decades of the People’s Republic
  • Examine and assess the historical forces, both domestic and foreign, that led to the unraveling of China’s traditional order in the nineteenth century
  • Examine and assess China’s modern social and cultural experience against the overarching demand of revolution in the twentieth century
  • Chinese national formation under the imperatives of reform and revolution

Study plan & description of modules

Textbooks and references:

Zarrow, Peter. China in War and Revolution, 1895-1949. 1st ed. Routledge, 2005.