HIST-425: History of Japan Since 1600

Credits 3
Grade Scheme
Session Cycle

Examines the history of Japan in the early modern and modern times. While chronologically surveying political, economic, social, and cultural changes, the course explores key themes including projects of building a modern nation-state and empire and of rebuilding the society after World War II, and the roles played by gender, family, and nationalism in those projects.

Term Offered
Fall Only