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|HIST 455 - European Empires in Asia|
This course examines the great age of European expansion in the 19th and 20th centuries in Asia and explores the underpinnings of an imperial state. From the age of exploration, to the age of trade, to the age of European decolonization, the relations between the European and the local peoples underwent a significant change in terms of cultural contact, economic exploitation, and political domination. The course analyzes the results of these relations for the Europeans and for the Asians they ruled. It also considers why and how imperial dominations lost their force and new national identities emerged in Asia.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Social Sciences Division
Asian Cultures, Asian Studies, IGS--Asia, IGS--Europe, International & Global Studies, IGS--Global Politics
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