HIST 3300 Japan From War to Prosperity (GB) (HA-AS)
Wednesday and Friday: 1:25-2:15, with Monday Discussion
Professor J. V. Koschmann
An interpretation of Japanese history from the late-1920s to present, emphasizing mobilization for total war and its continuing legacies, technology and organized capitalism, relations with the U.S. and Asian neighbors, social integration and exclusion, historical representation and consciousness, and political dynamics. This is an introductory course; first-year students and students with no previous courses on Asia are welcome.