HIST 480/880: Issues in Modern Chinese History.

Prereqs: Junior standing or permission; HIST 181 or 281 or 282 or 383 or 384; or permission.
Analysis of the major social and economic changes in China during the previous six centuries. Includes the rapid growth of China's population, changes in family structure and peasant life, the development of China's commerce, China's relationship with the world economy, popular religion in China, and the social and economic transformation of China during the communist era.
Credit Hours: 3
Course Delivery: Classroom
Groups: Latin American, Asian, Middle Eastern or African History

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