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HIST3663

History of China III
Credit Hours:
3 hours

From 1600 to the present, focusing on shifts in politics, economy, culture, and thought: the fall of the Ming dynasty, the Qing dynasty as an imperial formation, China's 19th-century crisis in world perspective, the failures of late Qing reform, the abortive 1911 revolution, the birthing pains of a Chinese nation-state, Nationalist and Communist visions of Chinese modernity, Mao's permanent socialist revolution, and Deng's bureaucratic capitalist reforms.

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