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HISTORY

HIST-214
History of the World Regions (3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Rotating topics offered through various AU Abroad programs focus on sophisticated analyses of historical developments of a specific region and/or time period.

HIST-214
001S
HISTORY
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

History of the World Regions (3)

Beijing: History and Culture

Offered as part of the AU Abroad Beijing program, this multidisciplinary course studies the history and urban culture of Beijing, one of the world's most fascinating capital cities. Topics include Confucian ecology and fengshui, native-place lodges and alley neighborhoods (hutong), court society in the Forbidden City, the Boxer Rebellion, high-modernist planning, and the New Beijing of the 2008 Olympics.

HIST-214
001S
HISTORY
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

History of the World Regions (3)

Beijing: History and Culture

Offered as part of the AU Abroad Beijing program, this multidisciplinary course studies the history and urban culture of Beijing, one of the world's most fascinating capital cities. Topics include Confucian ecology and fengshui, native-place lodges and alley neighborhoods (hutong), court society in the Forbidden City, the Boxer Rebellion, high-modernist planning, and the New Beijing of the 2008 Olympics.