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HI337 COURSE DETAILS


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HI337 (Version: 2021 2) COURSE DETAILS


COURSE TITLE EFF YEAR EFF TERM DEPARTMENT CREDIT HOURS
HI337 CHINA: EMPIRE, REPUBLIC, & MAO 2021 2 History 3.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
SCOPE
This course traces the history of China from its emergence as the dominant culture in East Asia in the 10th century to the present. It examines how the legacies of the Tang empire in China played out in the multi-state system that endured from 960 to the Mongol conquest, and then were reclaimed in the form of the Late Imperial state under the Ming and "foreign" Manchu rule. It considers the search for a "new China" under the Republic, which was established following the collapse of the Late Imperial state, and how that search fared during a time of competing warlords and the rise of nationalism. It shows why Mao came to represent a new utopian vision and how that vision tragically failed. Finally, the course explores how the search for "new China" and historical legitimacy continues today both on the mainland and in the continuation of the Republic in Taiwan.
LESSONS: 30 @ 75 min (2.000 Att/wk) LABS: 0 @ 0 min
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
A 1500-word research paper.

HI337 COURSE REQUISITES


TYPE COURSE EFF YEAR EFF TERM TRACK RED BOOK FLG
PRE REQUISITE  
  HI105 2017 1 1 Y
  HI108A 2017 1 1 Y
  HI105 2017 1 2 Y
  HI108E 2017 1 2 Y
  HI105 2017 1 3 Y
  HI108L 2017 1 3 Y
  HI105 2017 1 4 Y
  HI108M 2017 1 4 Y
  HI105 2017 1 5 Y
  HI108R 2017 1 5 Y
  HI105 2017 1 6 Y
  HI108U 2017 1 6 Y
  HI105 2017 1 7 Y
  HI158A 2017 1 7 Y
  HI105 2017 1 8 Y
  HI158E 2017 1 8 Y
  HI105 2017 1 9 Y
  HI158L 2017 1 9 Y
  HI105 2017 1 10 Y
  HI158M 2017 1 10 Y
  HI105 2017 1 11 Y
  HI158R 2017 1 11 Y
  HI105 2017 1 12 Y
  HI158U 2017 1 12 Y
  HI108A 2017 1 13 Y
  HI155 2017 1 13 Y
  HI108E 2017 1 14 Y
  HI155 2017 1 14 Y
  HI108L 2017 1 15 Y
  HI155 2017 1 15 Y
  HI108M 2017 1 16 Y
  HI155 2017 1 16 Y
  HI108R 2017 1 17 Y
  HI155 2017 1 17 Y
  HI108U 2017 1 18 Y
  HI155 2017 1 18 Y
  HI155 2017 1 19 Y
  HI158A 2017 1 19 Y
  HI155 2017 1 20 Y
  HI158E 2017 1 20 Y
  HI155 2017 1 21 Y
  HI158L 2017 1 21 Y
  HI155 2017 1 22 Y
  HI158M 2017 1 22 Y
  HI155 2017 1 23 Y
  HI158R 2017 1 23 Y
  HI155 2017 1 24 Y
  HI158U 2017 1 24 Y
  HI101 2020 1 25 Y
  HI105 2021 1 25 Y
  HI101 2020 1 26 Y
  HI155 2021 1 26 Y
  HI101 2020 1 27 Y
  HI105X 2022 2 27 Y
  HI101 2020 1 28 Y
  HI108A 2021 1 28 Y
  HI101 2020 1 29 Y
  HI108E 2021 1 29 Y
  HI101 2020 1 30 Y
  HI108L 2021 1 30 Y
  HI101 2020 1 31 Y
  HI108M 2021 1 31 Y
  HI101 2020 1 32 Y
  HI108R 2021 1 32 Y
  HI101 2020 1 33 Y
  HI108U 2021 1 33 Y
  HI101 2020 1 34 Y
  HI158A 2021 1 34 Y
  HI101 2020 1 35 Y
  HI158E 2021 1 35 Y
  HI101 2020 1 36 Y
  HI158L 2021 1 36 Y
  HI101 2020 1 37 Y
  HI158M 2021 1 37 Y
  HI101 2020 1 38 Y
  HI158R 2021 1 38 Y
  HI101 2020 1 39 Y
  HI158U 2021 1 39 Y
  HI101 2020 1 40 Y
  HI155X 2022 2 40 Y

HI337 (Version 2021-2) COURSE OFFERINGS


AYT #SECT/SIZE CPBLTY ENRLD WAIT SEATS CLOSED CRSE DIRECTOR DETAILS
2024 - 1 2 18 36 27 0 9 N PROF NIMICK Hours

2026 - 1 2 18 36 0 0 36 N PROF NIMICK Hours


HI337 (Version: 2020 2) COURSE DETAILS (ARCHIVED)


COURSE TITLE EFF YEAR EFF TERM DEPARTMENT CREDIT HOURS
HI337 CHINA-C. KINGDOM TO COMM RULE 2020 2 History 3.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
SCOPE
This course traces the history of China from ancient times to the present. It briefly introduces the emergence of a distinct Chinese civilization, in thought, culture, and political structure. It then considers how China was transformed by the introduction of Buddhism and the experience of cosmopolitan empire under the Tang. Next it examines how China fared in the multi-state system that endured from 960 to the Mongol conquest, and then as the Late Imperial state under the Ming and 'foreign' Manchu rule. It considers the search for 'new China' in the Republican, Warlord, and Nationalist periods following the collapse of the Late Imperial state. It shows why Mao came to represent a new utopian vision and how that vision tragically failed. Finally, the course explores how the search for 'new China' and historical legitimacy continues today both on the mainland and in Taiwan.
LESSONS: 30 @ 75 min (2.000 Att/wk) LABS: 0 @ 0 min
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
A 1500-word research paper.

HI337 COURSE REQUISITES


TYPE COURSE EFF YEAR EFF TERM TRACK RED BOOK FLG
PRE REQUISITE  
  HI105 2017 1 1 Y
  HI108A 2017 1 1 Y
  HI105 2017 1 2 Y
  HI108E 2017 1 2 Y
  HI105 2017 1 3 Y
  HI108L 2017 1 3 Y
  HI105 2017 1 4 Y
  HI108M 2017 1 4 Y
  HI105 2017 1 5 Y
  HI108R 2017 1 5 Y
  HI105 2017 1 6 Y
  HI108U 2017 1 6 Y
  HI105 2017 1 7 Y
  HI158A 2017 1 7 Y
  HI105 2017 1 8 Y
  HI158E 2017 1 8 Y
  HI105 2017 1 9 Y
  HI158L 2017 1 9 Y
  HI105 2017 1 10 Y
  HI158M 2017 1 10 Y
  HI105 2017 1 11 Y
  HI158R 2017 1 11 Y
  HI105 2017 1 12 Y
  HI158U 2017 1 12 Y
  HI108A 2017 1 13 Y
  HI155 2017 1 13 Y
  HI108E 2017 1 14 Y
  HI155 2017 1 14 Y
  HI108L 2017 1 15 Y
  HI155 2017 1 15 Y
  HI108M 2017 1 16 Y
  HI155 2017 1 16 Y
  HI108R 2017 1 17 Y
  HI155 2017 1 17 Y
  HI108U 2017 1 18 Y
  HI155 2017 1 18 Y
  HI155 2017 1 19 Y
  HI158A 2017 1 19 Y
  HI155 2017 1 20 Y
  HI158E 2017 1 20 Y
  HI155 2017 1 21 Y
  HI158L 2017 1 21 Y
  HI155 2017 1 22 Y
  HI158M 2017 1 22 Y
  HI155 2017 1 23 Y
  HI158R 2017 1 23 Y
  HI155 2017 1 24 Y
  HI158U 2017 1 24 Y

HI337 (Version: 2018 1) COURSE DETAILS (ARCHIVED)


COURSE TITLE EFF YEAR EFF TERM DEPARTMENT CREDIT HOURS
HI337 CHINA-C. KINGDOM TO COMM RULE 2018 1 History 3.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
SCOPE
This course traces the history of China from ancient times to the present. It briefly introduces the emergence of a distinct Chinese civilization, in thought, culture, and political structure. It then considers how China was transformed by the introduction of Buddhism and the experience of cosmopolitan empire under the Tang. Next it examines how China fared in the multi-state system that endured from 960 to the Mongol conquest, and then as the Late Imperial state under the Ming and 'foreign' Manchu rule. It considers the search for 'new China' in the Republican, Warlord, and Nationalist periods following the collapse of the Late Imperial state. It shows why Mao came to represent a new utopian vision and how that vision tragically failed. Finally, the course explores how the search for 'new China' and historical legitimacy continues today both on the mainland and in Taiwan.
LESSONS: 40 @ 55 min (2.500 Att/wk) LABS: 0 @ 0 min
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
A 1500-word research paper.

HI337 COURSE REQUISITES


TYPE COURSE EFF YEAR EFF TERM TRACK RED BOOK FLG
PRE REQUISITE  
  HI105 2017 1 1 Y
  HI108A 2017 1 1 Y
  HI105 2017 1 2 Y
  HI108E 2017 1 2 Y
  HI105 2017 1 3 Y
  HI108L 2017 1 3 Y
  HI105 2017 1 4 Y
  HI108M 2017 1 4 Y
  HI105 2017 1 5 Y
  HI108R 2017 1 5 Y
  HI105 2017 1 6 Y
  HI108U 2017 1 6 Y
  HI105 2017 1 7 Y
  HI158A 2017 1 7 Y
  HI105 2017 1 8 Y
  HI158E 2017 1 8 Y
  HI105 2017 1 9 Y
  HI158L 2017 1 9 Y
  HI105 2017 1 10 Y
  HI158M 2017 1 10 Y
  HI105 2017 1 11 Y
  HI158R 2017 1 11 Y
  HI105 2017 1 12 Y
  HI158U 2017 1 12 Y
  HI108A 2017 1 13 Y
  HI155 2017 1 13 Y
  HI108E 2017 1 14 Y
  HI155 2017 1 14 Y
  HI108L 2017 1 15 Y
  HI155 2017 1 15 Y
  HI108M 2017 1 16 Y
  HI155 2017 1 16 Y
  HI108R 2017 1 17 Y
  HI155 2017 1 17 Y
  HI108U 2017 1 18 Y
  HI155 2017 1 18 Y
  HI155 2017 1 19 Y
  HI158A 2017 1 19 Y
  HI155 2017 1 20 Y
  HI158E 2017 1 20 Y
  HI155 2017 1 21 Y
  HI158L 2017 1 21 Y
  HI155 2017 1 22 Y
  HI158M 2017 1 22 Y
  HI155 2017 1 23 Y
  HI158R 2017 1 23 Y
  HI155 2017 1 24 Y
  HI158U 2017 1 24 Y

HI337 (Version: 2008 1) COURSE DETAILS (ARCHIVED)


COURSE TITLE EFF YEAR EFF TERM DEPARTMENT CREDIT HOURS
HI337 CHINA-C. KINGDOM TO COMM RULE 2008 1 History 3.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
SCOPE
This course traces the history of China from ancient times to the present. It briefly introduces the emergence of a distinct Chinese civilization, in thought, culture, and political structure. It then considers how China was transformed by the introduction of Buddhism and the experience of cosmopolitan empire under the Tang. Next it examines how China fared in the multi-state system that endured from 960 to the Mongol conquest, and then as the Late Imperial state under the Ming and 'foreign' Manchu rule. It considers the search for 'new China' in the Republican, Warlord, and Nationalist periods following the collapse of the Late Imperial state. It shows why Mao came to represent a new utopian vision and how that vision tragically failed. Finally, the course explores how the search for 'new China' and historical legitimacy continues today both on the mainland and in Taiwan.
LESSONS: 40 @ 55 min (2.500 Att/wk) LABS: 0 @ 0 min
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
A 1500-word research paper.

HI337 COURSE REQUISITES


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