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GLOBAL STUDIES (IAS) (L97)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)SP2022

L97 GS (IAS) 301Historical Methods: Transregional History3.0 Units
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01-T-R---10:00A-11:20ATBAKuzuogluPaper/Project/Take Home1500
Desc:ASIA IN ST. LOUIS:What did Chinatown in St. Louis look like before its demolition in the 1960s? How was China represented in the 1904 World's Fair? What happened to the Japanese Americans who escaped internment camps and settled in St. Louis during WWII? Why does the Botanical Garden have a Chinese and a Japanese garden? And why is Korean food so good in this city? This course is an exploration of the interconnected histories of the US and Asia through the lens of St. Louis. With a focus on East Asia-STL connections, the course will introduce the students to major archives and repositories, such as the Missouri Historical Society, WashU Special Collections, Botanical Garden Archives, and the St. Louis Art Museum.


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