UN3971: Technology and Power in Modern China | J. Chang

East Asian Languages and Cultures
Undergraduate Seminar
Th 10:10AM-12PM

Undergraduate seminar addressing the intersection of technology and politics in the history of modern China, from the 19th century to the present. Main themes include technocratic management of land and environment, scientific representation of nature and Chinese society, and socialist approaches to mass organization and surveillance.

Prerequisites: Any introductory level course on China or East Asia.

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