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Description for ASIAN359L: This course examines the social and cultural roles of Chinese women, and their changes over time. Emphasis is given to twentieth-century China, especially the People’s Republic period. ASIAN 359L and HIST 359L are the same course.
Description for ASIAN363L: A historical survey of economic, social, political and cultural developments in Japan from 1800 to the present, special consideration of economic and foreign policy problems. ASIAN 363L and HIST 363L are the same course.
Description for ASIAN371: This course will analyze China’s environmental and resource challenges including food security, wildlife, conservation, water, air, and land pollution, water distribution, deforestation, desertification and population control. We will study the issues from economic, scientific, and social perspectives and look at solutions as well as causes. We will also study China’s environmental initiatives and accomplishments. Topics covered include pollution remediation, environmental protection, and investments in clean energy technology.