HSTAS 581 A: Modern Korean History

Spring 2020
Meeting:
TTh 3:30pm - 5:20pm / SMI 307
SLN:
21241
Section Type:
Lecture
Joint Sections:
JSIS A 583 A , JSIS A 446 A , HSTAS 482 A
Instructor:
ADD CODE REQUIRED. ADD CODES ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE HISTORY GRADUATE OFFICE. REGISTRATION IS LIMITED TO GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY. NON-HISTORY GRADUATE STUDENTS MUST HAVE THE PERMISSION OF THE FACULTY INSTRUCTOR TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE. UNDERGRADUATES AND AUDITORS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO REGISTER FOR HISTORY GRADUATE COURSES.
Catalog Description:
Traces complex social, cultural, and political developments that transformed Korea during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Topics include late Choson reforms, changing gender norms, national identity, colonial state and society, territorial division, and democratization. Attention to diversity of Korean experiences, as well as the interplay of local dynamics and global forces in the peninsula. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Offered: jointly with JSIS A 583.
Credits:
5.0
Status:
Active
Last updated:
June 17, 2024 - 3:52 pm