EAS 526 / HIS 525

Research Seminar in Ancient and Medieval Japanese HistoryCourse Cancelled

Thomas Donald Conlan

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This course is a research and writing seminar that introduces major historical methods of research in ancient and medieval Japan. In addition to weekly research assignments, students identify a research topic by the third week of the class, and complete a research paper at the end of the semester (entailing 15-20 pages). Instruction focuses on research methods and topics, although some reading of sources also occurs.

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