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HIST 218 - Lecture: Intro (Jan. 7)

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Department
History
Course Code
HIST 218
Professor
Gavin Walker

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Three Concepts of 'Asia' 1) Geography Where does 'Asia' stop and start? Borders of Asia took a long time to constitute; how did this process take place? Current delineations were never fixed; it has been formulated, and changed, throughout history. 2) Ideal − Asia and the West: history of imperialism − Asia as a project: pan-Asianism On the one hand, there is a history of Asia as a target of European plunder. On the other hand, there is a history of Asia as a reactive force, of Asia as an ideal. What does it mean to have the developm
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