African, Asian, and Latin American History

African, Asian, and Latin American History

01:508:336 South Asia, 1947 to the Present (3)

  • Academic Credits: 3
Follows social and political development of South Asia after decolonization, assessing the developmental agendas and international relations of the new regimes.

01:508:337 Pirates, Pilgrims, and Poets: Globalization in Indian Ocean History (3)

  • Academic Credits: 3

Examines the history of globalization by looking at the Indian Ocean as a space of economic and cultural exchange. Themes include technology and exchange, politics and space, people and mobility, and culture and representation.

01:508:340 Late Imperial Chinese Culture and Society (3)

  • Academic Credits: 3
  • Syllabus:  pdf Spring 2022 (82 KB)

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Chinese history from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Focus on power, gender, and ethnicity in a comparative framework of analysis. 

01:508:338 Asian Migrations (3)

  • Academic Credits: 3
Traces the modern history and contemporary cultures of Asian migration, from approximately 1850 to the present. Explores how global historical trends, including overseas exploration, colonialism, capitalism, nation-building, and war, have shaped patterns of Asian migration.

01:508:341 Chinese Renaissance, 1000 to 1400 (3)

  • Academic Credits: 3
History of China from 1000 CE to 1400 CE, exploring the social, cultural, and intellectual changes in the period beginning with the transition from the Tang to Song dynasties.