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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80b Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Empress Dowager Cixi, South Manchuria Railway, Kang Youwei

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17 Apr 2017
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Meiji japan rises, qing and joseon fall (1895 1912) pages 208 to 243. The great game between russia and britain over central asia resulted in an anti-
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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80b Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: South Manchuria Railway, Peace Preservation Law, Yuan Shikai

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17 Apr 2017
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Triumphs, revolutions, and hard times (1910 1931) pages 244-267. At versailles the japanese proposed a racial equality clause that president wilson ref
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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80B Chapter 3: The Seventeenth Century

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12 Feb 2017
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The jesuits commented on the sophistication of east asian manufacturers in comparison to their own. Chinese and japanese craftsmen quickly learned to m
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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80b Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Francis Xavier, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Azuchi Castle

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31 Jan 2017
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Ming china, joseon korea, and warring states japan in 1600 pages 28 65. Scholars believe that half of the silver the spanish and portuguese took from t
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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80b Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Meiji Period, Meiji Restoration, Iwakura Mission

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16 Apr 2017
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Traditionalist reforms and the origins of modernity (1860s 1895) pages 172 - 207. The anti-tokugawa samurai, from satsuma, tosa, etc. , emerged as the
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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80b Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lin Zexu, Most Favoured Nation, Cohong

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2 Mar 2017
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Internal contradictions, external pressures (1800 1860s) pages 138 171. The qing took silver for tea, porcelain, silk, etc. Initially india was the wor
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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80b Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Altaic Languages, Standard Chinese, Goryeo

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18 Jan 2017
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Lands and languages of east asia pages 14 27. The term china can take on different meanings depending on its interpretation (ex. historically, cultural
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BRANDEISHIST 80bJames HeywardSpring

HIST 80b Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Yangban, Rangaku, Aisin Gioro

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12 Feb 2017
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Initially, india had the advantage in producing inexpensive cotton textiles, until britain overtook them through tariffs, slavery, and inventions such
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