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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2018

ASCL 69.22 Reading Edo-Tokyo: An Interdisciplinary Approach

For the past two centuries, Edo-Tokyo has been the spatial, temporal, and conceptual focal point of Japan’s political, economic, and aesthetic modernization. We will explore the city’s historical and cultural transformation between the early nineteenth century and the present using three separate but interrelated disciplinary rubrics for “reading” the city: (1) urban visuality, (2) literary and filmic textuality, and (3) ethnography. While the course moves through these three rubrics roughly in order, our goal will to be develop synthetic approaches to analyzing the broader urban “text” known as “Edo-Tokyo.”

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:SOC; WCult:NW

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