History | Modern Inner Mongolia
G300 | 10742 | Atwood


Above class open to undergraduates and Education MA's only
A portion of this class reserved for majors
Above class meets with CEUS-R462 and CEUS-R662

This seminar explores the history of Inner Mongolia from the late
19th century to the present. Issues explored include changes in
pastoral society, Chinese immigration into the steppe, farm lands,
and cities, sociology of Chinese cities, ethnic interaction between
Mongols and Chinese, environmental degradation and protection,
contemporary politics and dissidence, the “East Mongolian
Enlightenment,” nationalism and pan-Mongolist movements, the
Japanese occupation and the Chinese Civil War, and the Cultural
Revolution.

Class is conducted in a half lecture, half discussion format.