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CEUS G599: THESIS RESEARCH
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Professors: Christopher Atwood
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CEUS G901: ADVANCED RESEARCH
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Professors: Christopher Atwood
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CEUS R191: INTRODUCTION TO CENTRAL EURASIA
Introduction to the history of the traditional Central Eurasian ("Inner Asian") peoples through lecture and film. Topics include Proto-Indo-Europeans, Silk Road, Attila, steppe empires, Dalai Lama, Manchu and Russian relations, and the re-emergence of Central Eurasia in the late ...
Professors: Christopher Beckwith
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CEUS R199: INTRODUCTORY TOPICS IN CENTRAL EURASIAN STUDIES
Variable title course for introductory topics in Central Eurasian studies.
Professors: Gulnisa Nazarova; H. Hokkanen
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CEUS R250: INTRODUCTION TO THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
Introduction to ancient Near Eastern and Central Asian cultures. Begins with early farming communities around 8000 B.C. and includes the Bronze Age and Iron Age kingdoms of Assyria, Babylonia, Iran, and Central Asia and the spread of Hellenism. Architectural and textual informati...
Professors: Jamsheed Choksy
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CEUS R251: POST-TALIBAN AFGHANISTAN AND THE WAR ON TERROR
The September 11, 2001, attacks prompted the on-going "War on Terrorism" against Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. This course examines this conflict while focusing on Afghanistan as a multi-ethnic modern nation-state, ravaged by a century of internal colonialism, and most recently...
Professors: M. Shahrani
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CEUS R270: THE CIVILIZATION OF TIBET
Introduction to the diverse aspects of Tibetan civilization. Making extensive use of slides and other audiovisual materials, the course covers such topics as Tibet's literature, art, religion, society, history, and language. Strongly recommended for undergraduates intending to ta...
Professors: Elliot Sperling
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CEUS R302: FINLAND IN THE 20TH CENTURY
In-depth study of modern Finnish history, stressing Russification; 1905 Revolution; independence; interwar period, the Winter War and the Continuation War; "Finlandization," economic miracle, and welfare state; changing role of women; Finland as part of Scandinavia; literature, a...
Professors: Toivo Raun
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CEUS R309: TOPICS IN BALTIC-FINNISH STUDIES
Variable title course for topics in Baltic-Finnish studies.
Professors: H. Hokkanen; Toivo Raun
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CEUS R310: INTRODUCTION TO CENTRAL ASIAN HISTORY
Explores Central Asia's role in world history, in Islam, and as a link between East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. Readings in English translation.
Professors: Ron Sela
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