ࡱ>  & !"#$%.'()*+,-M/0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLNOPQRRoot Entry FP/} SummaryInformation( DocumentSummaryInformation8 lWordDocumentQl Oh+'0 , @ P \ h t MODERN CHINA Shiwei Chen Normal.dotmuser32@@S/6O@rua@6 @"Microsoft Macintosh Word՜.+,D՜.+,HPXhpx lfc -= (\dlKSOProductBuildVer2052- WpsCustomData " "h$h$jw&jw&f[(f[(EU1EU1= 2= 2|22|22o3o3mPmPJ~mJ~m>}>} ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo p^p`OJQJo( @ ^@ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo ^`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo P^P`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo p^p`OJQJo( @ ^@ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo ^`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo P^P`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo p^p`OJQJo( @ ^@ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo ^`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo P^P`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo p^p`OJQJo( @ ^@ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo ^`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo P^P`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo p^p`OJQJo( @ ^@ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo ^`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo P^P`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo p^p`OJQJo( @ ^@ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo ^`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo P^P`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo p^p`OJQJo( @ ^@ `OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo ^`OJQJo( ^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^Jo P8KSKSQl@<<]*q*8!!D!T+"v+&$$h#`!*R& MODERN CHINESE HISTORY Shiwei Chen East China Normal University _________________________________________________________________ I. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to give an introduction to the history of modern China from the Qing dynasty to the present, and to understand the continuities and the changes that help to shape Chinese society and the Chinese nation today. The course is divided into three segments. The first segment focuses on the Qing dynasty (1644-1912), the last flowering of the traditional Chinese world order, and moves from there through the long years of disintegration and the final collapse of the old empire. The second segment analyzes the great Chinese revolution (1912-1949)--in both the Nationalist and Communist phases--that has been one of the most significant episodes in the history of the 20th-century world. The third segment discusses the legacies of the Chinese revolution in the post-1949 period, which profoundly influenced and will continue to influence the political, economic, cultural, and social developments of contemporary China. II. READINGS: Jonathan D. Spence, The Search for Modern China. Norton, 1999 Ida Pruitt, A Daughter of Han. Stanford University Press, 1967 Iris Chang, The Rape of Nanking. New York, Penguin Books, 1997 Liang Heng & Judith Shapiro, Son of the Revolution. New York, Vintage Books, 1984 III. FORMAT, REQUIREMENTS, AND GRADING: 1. The format of this course consists of lectures, discussions, film-viewing, in-class quizzes, and reading primary historical documents. The class will meet once a week in two sessions. Normally I will give a lecture in the first session, followed by an in-class discussion or film-watching in the second one. Sometimes, the pattern will change in order to meet the needs of the course material. Students are expected to complete the reading assignments to obtain background knowledge of the lecture topics. In addition to the lectures and texts, the course also makes use of media materials, especially documentary slides and movies, to provide a direct view of China. 2. There are no prerequisites in this course. Students are expected to do the reading prior to discussion, and to do it in a way that will enable them to raise critical questions. I have opinions on many of the subjects to be discussed and will try to make my biases clear throughout. But students do not need to agree with my views, indeed they are invited to take issue with them and will not be penalized for doing so. 3. There will be a mid-term examination, 3 quizzes (20-25 multiple choice questions for each), 3 book review papers (3-4 pages in length for each), and a final examination. In addition to these arrangements, there will be other class assignments, including oral presentations and participation in class discussions. Assignments in this category may be given at any time the instructor sees appropriate or necessary. 4. The university-approved classroom regulations and rules shall be strictly observed. For example, regular class attendance is mandatory. Proper and legitimate evidence must be presented to the instructor for any absence either before or within 48 hours after the class. No make-up examinations will be given unless a legitimate reason for absence is presented to the instructor. Students who have more than 4 unexcused absences will not pass the course. Tardiness and halfway exists will be regarded as disrespect for others and will be documented as un-granted absences. 5. Since this syllabus is worked out in advance as a guide to the course, I reserve the right to modify it from time to time during the semester based upon my assessment of class ability and progress. Should a change have to be made, an announcement will be given in advance. 6. Your final grade will be based on the following: Mid-term examination 15% Final examination 40% 3 Book review papers 15% (5% each) 3 Quizzes 15% (5% each) Class Performance 15% 7. Final grade conversions: A = 93-100% A- = 90-92.9% B+ = 86.7-89.9% B = 83.4-86.6% B- = 80-83.3% C+ = 76.7-79.9% C = 73.4-76.6% C- = 70-73.3% D+ = 67.7-69.9% D = 63.4-66.6% D- = 60-63.3% F = -59.9% IV. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF LECTURES, DISCUSSIONS, AND MOVIES: Week 1 Introduction to Syllabus: Major Issues of Modern Chinese History Concerned Rise of the Manchus Readings: Spence, pp. 3-116; Start Reading: Ida Pruitt, A Daughter of Han. Movie: Last Emperor (Part 1, Director: Bernardo Bertolucci, 1987) Week 2 China and the Outside World Readings: Spence, pp. 117-166. Movie: Last Emperor (Part 2, Director: Bernardo Bertolucci, 1987) Week 3 No class due to the national holiday break Week 4 The Heavenly Kingdom of Great Peace and the Second Opium War Readings: Spence, pp. 167-222. Quiz # 1; Paper #1 due. Start reading Iris Chang, The Rape of Nanjing. 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Quiz # 2 Review Week 8 Midterm Exam (class time) Week 9 The Nationalists in Power and the Second Sino-Japanese War Readings: Spence, pp. 342-458. Paper #2 due. Start reading: Liang Heng & Judith Shapiro, Son of the Revolution Movie: Nanking (Documentary) Week 10 The Civil War and the Birth of the People s Republic of China Readings: Spence, pp. 459-513. Movie: To Live (Director: Zhang Yimou) Week 11 The Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution Readings: Spence, pp. 514-586. Movie: Morning Sun (Documentary) Week 12 China Reentering the World Readings: Spence, pp. 589-704. Quiz #3; Paper # 3 due. 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