Traditional Chinese History CHIN 362G (in spring 2013 double booked with HIST 420R)
The course is open for everybody and is taught in English.
Introduces the student to the broad outlines of the cultural history of traditional China from the roots of Chinese civilization (about 70,000 BCE), the earliest historical records (about 1200 BCE) up through the late imperial period (about 1644 CE).
Instructor: Dr. Martin Woesler, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Course web site: https://uvu.instructure.com/courses/220486, Course Syllabus: https://uvu.instructure.com/courses/220486/assignments/syllabus, Wiki: http://wiki.vm.rub.de/uvu/index.php/Traditional_Chinese_History
Media (Spring 2013, for more updated information please see UVU Bookstore Booklist):
1. Patricia Buckley Ebrey and Kwang-Ching Liu, The Cambridge Illustrated History of China (Cambridge UP, 1999), ISBN 9780521124331, A#124,286
2. Sources of Chinese Tradition, vol. 1, From Earliest Times to 1600, ed. William Theodore de Bary et al., 2nd ed. (New York: Columbia UP, 2nd ed. March 2000), ISBN 9780231109390, A#115,985