This course offers a graduate level introduction to the literature of Korean history. It uses a reading list of classic and noteworthy recent texts to help students map the critical questions and debates that have shaped the field. The list is also designed to represent key methodological developments, including gender and transnational histories. The course proceeds as a reading seminar. It meets weekly. The standard writing requirement is a book review and a historiographical paper on a topic of the student s choosing. Students are also welcome to write their second-year research paper in conjunction with the seminar.
Section 401 - SEM
M 0200PM-0500PM
PARK, EUGENE
WILLIAMS HALL 3