EAS 218 / HIS 209 / MED 209

The Origins of Japanese Culture and Civilization: A History of Japan until 1600Course Cancelled

Thomas Donald Conlan

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This course is designed to introduce the culture and history of Japan, and to examine how one understands and interprets the past. In addition to considering how a culture, a society, and a state develop, we will try to reconstruct the tenor of life in “ancient” and “medieval” Japan and chart how patterns of Japanese civilization shifted through time.

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