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Mongols, Ming and Manchu: China, 1500-1800 (HI112)

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Module Convenor: Professor Anne Gerritsen

Lectures will all be delivered in person, but they will also be recorded and available via the module's Moodle siteLink opens in a new window (click on 'Lecture Capture' on the right hand side of the page.

The lectures take place on Tuesdays (starting week 1 in Term 1, then not in week 2, thereafter weekly) in S0.19 from 12 to 1.

There are two seminar groups, one taught by Chen Qiuyang and one by Judy Law.

Office hours will be arranged by the seminar tutors, and will be confirmed shortly.

This 30 CATS first-year undergraduate option module aims:

  • To familiarize students with the history of one of the great early modern empires
  • To help students to understand the history of the Chinese empire through a variety of disciplinary approaches, including literature, anthropology, art, material culture and food
  • To help students see how the history of China forms part of a globally connected world
  • To bring new scholarship into the discussions and debates about the Chinese empire