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HISTORY 391G: Pre-Modern Chinese Warfare (HISTORY 291G)

This course examines the evolution of warfare in China, and its impact on the evolving political and social orders, from the earliest states through the Mongol conquest. It will study how changing military technology was inextricably linked to changes in the state and society. It will also look at changing Chinese attitudes towards warfare over the same period, from the celebration of heroism, through writing about warfare as an intellectual art, to the links of militarism with steppe peoples/
Terms: Spr | Units: 4-5
Instructors: Lewis, M. (PI)
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