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HIST 252

U.S. - East Asian Relations

This course will examine the interactions between the United States and the major countries in East Asia - China, Japan, and Korea - from the 19th century to the present. The topics that will be explored include cultural interactions and changing mutual images, the impact of imperialism, Asian nationalisms, the Pacific War, communism in Asia, the Japanese developmental state, and, more recently, China's rise as a capitalist state with Chinese characteristics.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Social Science 1 course

Fall Semester information

Yung-chen Chiang

252A: US-East Asian Relations