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Introduction to Asian Studies: History and International Relations - Lectures 2019
This course will offer students a series of lectures on Asian history and international relations with the aim of providing a solid foundation in the central topics and most recent scholarship in Asian Studies. This course is required by both M.A.S. and Ph.D. students in the ITASIA program (non-ITASIA students are also invited) and it aims to expand students’ knowledge beyond a few specialized countries or areas in Asia by providing a broader perspective of Asia as a whole. Another objective of the course is to offer a better understanding of Asian societies through the study of history. All ITASIA students are also required to concurrently enroll in ITASIA 102 (Seminar on Introduction to Asian Studies: History and International Relations). Students should complete the assigned reading assignments before the respective lectures (assigned readings are highlighted in italics below).
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4971010
GII-IA6101L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 101
松田 康博
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東文研及総合博物館 東文研3F大会議室
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授業計画
1. September 24 Introduction: What is Asia? (Matsuda) 2. September 27 South Asia under Colonialism (Ikegame) 3. October 1 China-Centred World Order and Decline of the Qing Dynasty (Matsuda) 4. October 4 South-East Asia under Colonialism (Aoyama) 5. October 8 The Meiji Restoration (Zhong) 6. October 11 Korean Peninsula and Taiwan under Japanese Rule and the Birth of the Divided Nations (Zhong) 7. October 15 ROC Era and Establishment of the PRC (Matsuda) 8. October 18 Rise, Fall and Reconstruction of Japan (Zhong) 9. October 25 Decolonization of South Asia (Ikegame) 10. October 29 Decolonization of South-East Asia (Aoyama) 11. November 1 International Relations during the Cold War (Sahashi) 12. November 5 International Relations after the Cold War (Sahashi) 13. November 8 Comparative Politics in Asia: Authoritarianism, Democracy, and Democratization (Sahashi) 14. November 12 Final Exam
授業の方法
Lectures and assigned readings
成績評価方法
Marks are based on attendance (20%), take home exams (40%) and a final exam (40%) to be held on November 12th, 2019. Take home exams will be conducted on October 15h and November 6th. Students shall submit them via ITC-LMS within two weeks from the date the exams are distributed.
教科書
1) Rhoads Murphey, A History of Asia, International Edition (New York: Pearson, 2008) 2) Warren I. Cohen, East Asia at the Center (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000) 3) Crispin Bates Subalterns and Raj: South Asia since 1600 (London & New York: Routledge 2007) 4) Anthony Reid, A History of Southeast Asia: Critical Crossroads (Malden, Oxford and Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, 2015)
参考書
Students can borrow the required textbooks 1 and 2 from the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies Library (iii Library), or Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies Library <http://www.lib.iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp/index-e.html>, for the entire semester. Syllabus, instructions for take home exams, and PDF files of chapters in the textbooks 3 and 4 et al. can be downloaded at ITC-LMS. *Please do not circulate the PDF files outside of ITASIA 101/102. They should essentially be used only for individual study.
履修上の注意
All ITASIA students are also required to also concurrently enroll in ITASIA 102 (Seminar on Introduction to Asian Studies: History and International Relations). Students should complete the assigned reading assignments before the respective lectures.
その他
The course is held in the Main Conference Room (Dai kaigi-shitsu in Japanese), the Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia. Office Hours: By appointment. Yasuhiro Matsuda <ymatsuda@ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp> Waka Aoyama <waka@ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp> Yijiang Zhong < yijiangzhong@ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp > Aya Ikegame <ayaikegame@ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp>