HistoryHIS 294M Literati, Samurai, and Yangban: A Comparative History of State

Critically examines the formation of political elites in East Asia. Compares literati in Ming and Qing China; samurai in Tokugawa, Japan; and yangban in Joeson, Korea. Each group occupied specific roles and functions in their state and society but differed in scale and character. Students cannot receive credit for this course and HIS 194M.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Minghui Hu