the internal or external factors that shaped Japan’s early civilization, focusing on material covered in Weeks 8-11 (Manchu/Qing China, Edo/Tokugawa, Meiji Japan, or Korea of the 17th-19th centuries).
an aspect of politics and culture of Manchu/Qing China of the 17th-19th centuries (ex. influence of the southern tours, the secret memorial system, the Macartney mission, the first or second Opium Wars, the period of unequal treaties, secret societies and rebellions, etc.);
an aspect of politics and culture of Edo/Tokugawa or Meiji Japan of the 17th-19th centuries (ex. the establishment of the Meiji government, the Sat-Cho rebellion, the end of the samurai class, industrialization, the rise of ultranationalism, the Russo-Japanese War, etc.);
an aspect of politics and culture of Korea of the 17th-19th centuries (ex. the Tonghak rebellion, the origins of the First Sino-Japanese War, Korea under Japanese rule, etc.)
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