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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2021-22


ASCL 80.07 The History of Development in Asia

For more than a century, development has been a central theme in the study of Asian politics, culture, and societies.  But what is “development,” exactly?  This seminar explores the history of development in Asia by treating development as a species of politics, rather than a socio-economic process.  In the assigned readings and discussions, we will examine the complex interactions between development and empire in various places in Asia, in both colonial and postcolonial contexts.  We will also compare recent efforts by scholars to develop new methodological approaches to the study of development ideas and practices in Asia.  In addition to completing the assigned readings, each student will write an article-length paper about a particular topic or event in the history of development in Asia.  This paper must be based on original research in primary sources.

Instructor

Miller

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:INT or SOC; WCult:NW

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