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Erik Esselstrom ()
Dates: May 19 - June 13, 2014
This course explores the history of the Second World War in Asia through the lens of popular Japanese experience and memory of that conflict. Students will examine how the war shaped the lives of those who survived it as well as the complexities of victim/victimizer consciousness in postwar Japanese life. Required online activities will include video lectures, website explorations, film viewings, short readings, journal submissions, class discussions, and a final essay assignment.
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