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2003SP Undergraduate Day- International Studies

Day Division- Semester

! INT-263IE-S01 Modern China 3 1:00PM-4:00PM T MC 200 L. Wang
FOR DISCOVERY CHINA PARTICIPANTS ONLY, STARTING ON CAMPUS AND CONTINUED IN CHINA. ECONOMIC GROWTH OVER THE PAST TWO DECADES HAS SHAKEN THE FOUNDATIONS OF COMMUNIST CHINA THAT EXISTED SINCE 1949. THIS COURSE FOCUSES ON THE BROAD SOCIAL CHANGES IN THE MAJOR SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND OTHER AREAS OF SOCIAL LIFE IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA. TOPICS INCLUDE: EDUCATION, FAMILY, GENDER, ECONOMIC REFORM, POLITICS, POPULATION, URBANIZATION, ETHNIC MINORITY, AND EMERGING SOCIAL PROBLEMS. UNDERSTANDING THE SUCCESS OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA WILL HELP TO AID THE UNDERSTANDING OF MANY OTHER FORMERLY SOCIALIST-BLOCK COUNTRIES. CROSS-LISTED AS SOC 250IE.S03
Before you register for this course you must have permission from the Explorations Office

! INT-263IE-S02 China & the World 3 1:00PM-2:15PM MW MC 200 J. Krutky
FOR DISCOVER CHINA PARTICIPANTS ONLY, STARTING ON CAMPUS AND CONTINUED IN CHINA. A SURVEY OF CHINA’S RELATIONS WITH OUTSIDERS FOCUSING ON THE PERIOD FROM THE LATE 1800’S TO THE PRESENT. ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO THE IMPACT ON CHINA’S DIPLOMATIC, ECONOMIC, AND MILITARY EXPERIENCE WITH ITS NEIGHBORS AS WELL AS THE SOVIET UNION/RUSSIA, JAPAN AND MAJOR WESTERN POWERS. THE COURSE WILL ALSO LOOK AT SUCH CURRENT TOPICS AS THE WTO, HUMAN RIGHTS QUESTIONS, MILITARY EXPENDITURES AND THE STATUS OF HONG KONG AND TAIWAN. CROSS-LISTED AS POL 263IE.S02
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INT-463I-S01 Sem: Women World Civil 3 9:55-11:10AM TTH MC 214 Chae/Gesink/Evans
THIS RESEARCH SEMINAR WILL EXAMINE THE STATUS OF WOMEN COMPARATIVELY WITH AN EMPHASIS ON ASIAN, MIDDLE EASTERN & WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS. IN ADDITION TO MAINSTREAM POLITICAL AND HISTORICAL ANALYSIS, THE COURSE WILL EXPLORE A VARIETY OF FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES TO ILLUMINATE WOMEN’S ROLES IN SOCIETY HISTORICALLY AND IN THE PRESENT-DAY. THIS COURSE FULFILLS THE INTERDISCIPLINARY SEMINAR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE IS MAJOR. CROSS-LISTED AS POL 463I AND HIS 463I

Day Division- Minimester A

! INT-199IE-A01 Discovering China 2 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MC 200 Krutky/Wang
CROSS-LISTED AS POL 199IE/SOC 199IE.
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Day Division- Minimester B

! INT-299IE-B01 Experiencing China 3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MC 200 Krutky/Wang
FOR DISCOVERING CHINA PARTICIPANTS ONLY. AN EXPLORATION OF THE IMPACT OF HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, CULTURAL, POLITICAL, ECONOMICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL INFLUENCES THAT SHAPE LIFE IN CHINA’S URBAN AND RURAL AREAS TODAY. STARTS ON CAMPUS THEN GOES ON-SITE IN CHINA. CROSS-LISTED AS INT 299IE/SOC 299IE.
Before you register for this course you must have permission from the Explorations Office

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