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HIĀ 317 Modern Japan 3 Cr.

A standard reading and lecture course, Modern Japan introduces students to the major processes of shaping twentieth century Japanese history. The course emphasizes regional knowledge, historical research and analytical skills building. Major topics will include in all cases an overview of Japanese history since 1868 (Tokugawa dissolution through the late twentieth century) with emphasis on political and economic history. Other sub-topics in the course include, but are not limited to, Japan-in-the-world (international relations), gender issues, ethnic relations and the environment. 3 lecture hours. Prerequisite: C or better in one 200 level history course.


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Charles A. Dana Professor Reina Pennington; Professors Rowland Brucken, Christine McCann, Steven Sodergren and Thomas Taylor; Associate Professor Emily Gray; Assistant Professors Mark Boonshoft and Miri Kim.

Studies in War and Peace

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The Studies in War and Peace (SWAP) program examines the origins and development of military institutions and the impact of these institutions upon the social order. Intellectually, the program promotes critical analysis of phenomena relating to military and diplomatic affairs.This academic program is equally suitable for civilian students or cadets; providing an interdisciplinary examination of the enduring and close interconnections among military, political, economic, and social institutions. The SWAP program is an extension of the Norwich University tradition of producing educated citizens who are prepared for either military or civilian pursuits, and who are knowledgeable about diplomatic and military affairs.

International Studies

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