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|ASST 2502 - Introduction to East Asia: Japan|
A survey of Japanese history to the 20th century. Major themes include religious, political, and social change. Major topics are: the early centralized state, the rise of aristocratic culture, the emergence of the warrior class, and the modern transformation into an urban, industrial empire. Course materials include primary documents in translation and videos. NOTE: AS Foundation Course. Usually offered in alternate years on Main Campus. Note: This course is cross-listed with History 2502. Students may only receive credit once for these courses: ASST 2502 or HIST 2502.
Credit Hours: 3.000
Levels: Graduate, NonDegree Continuing Undergrad, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Base Lecture
Department: CLA:Asian Studies