Infusing Institute 2011 Presentations

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INFUSING CHINESE AND KOREAN STUDIES INTO THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM


                                                PRESENTATIONS


                                                        WEEK 1


                                                        July 25


Stephen Angle: Competing Perspectives on "The Way": Classical Confucian and Daoist Philosophy


                                                        July 26


Shana Brown: Imperial China: From the First to the Last Emperor (Part 1, Part 2)


                                                        July 27


Peter Hershock: Chinese Buddhism: Chan and the Advocacy of Responsive Virtuosity
Handouts:  Buddhism with "Chinese Characteristics"
                     Ecologies of Enlightenment
                     Common Teachings in Early Buddhism
                     The Sutra of 42 Sections
                     Map


Stephen Angle: Neo-Confucianism as Philosophical System and Spiritual Practice


                                                        July 29


Stanley Murashige: Chinese Art and Aesthetic Practice
                                    (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8)


                                                       WEEK 2


                                                      August 1


Ned Shultz: Korean History: A Thematic Overview from the Three Kingdoms to Choson
                     (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)


Don Baker: The Dynamics of Korean Buddhist Thought and Practice in East Asian Context


                                                      August 2


Stanley Murashige: Korean Art: Chinese Legacies, Korean Innovations
                                   (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10)


                                                      August 3


Don Baker: Indigenous Religion, Buddhism and Christianity in Modern Korea


Yung-Hee Kim: Korean Literature: Traditional and Contemporary Perspectives


                                                      August 5


Marc Gilbert: Early Modern China and Korea: Shared and Divergent Experiences of European and Japanese Ambition (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)


                                                      August 8


Shana Brown: Human Rights in Modern China: Twentieth Century Theory and Practice


Wang Wensheng: State-making Strategy and Regional Development from the Late Qinq to the PRC


Michael Robinson: 20th Century Korean History and National Identity Construction


                                                      August 10


Michael Robinson: Post-WW II Korea: Division, Development and Globalization


                                                    




 

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