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An interdisciplinary series of lectures and presentations on topics related to Asian civilizations and cultures. Depending on instructor, the course focuses on history, politics, art, philosophy, language, or culture of selected Asian societies from prehistoric to early modern times. Serves as a capstone course to the Asian studies minor.
Frequency: Offered each spring.
Prerequisite: History 210-China, East Asia, and the Pacific World or Japan, East Asia, and the Pacific World. A comparable course in Asian studies may count with consent of Asian studies advisor.