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East Asian Studies 484

Welcome!

Welcome to the Course Guide for Professor Watt's course The Core Seminar in East Asian Studies: East Asia in Scholarly Literature.

The goal of your class is "to become acquainted with the kinds of questions scholars have asked about East Asia and the methods they have used to answer them." During the process of reaching this goal, you may come up with questions regarding indexes, abstracts, bibliographic searches, citation, and all other information and library matters. 

If you need any help during such process of your research, please contact Azusa, your subject librarian. Enjoy your semester!

 

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Required and Recommended Readings

Author  Lean, Eugenia, 1968-







Title  Public passions : the trial of Shi Jianqiao and the rise of popular...
Published  Berkeley : University of California Press, c2007.





Olin Reserve 2 hour  DS777.15.S92 L43 2007















Author  Lee, Namhee.








Title  The making of minjung : democracy and the politics of ...
Published  Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2007.






Olin Reserve 2 hour  JQ1729.A15 L44 2007














Author  Spence, Jonathan D








Title  The question of Hu / Jonathan D. Spence






Published  New York : Knopf, 1988







Olin Level B Stacks  BX4668 H82 S66 1988 














Author  Brown, Callum G., 1953-







Title  Postmodernism for historians / Callum G. Brown.





Published  Harlow, England ; New York : Pearson/Longman, 2005.




Olin Reserve 2 hour  D16.9 .B74 2005 c.2