A review of the major patterns of Chinese culture. The use of archaeological, historical, linguistic, ethnographic and other sources, to establish an outline of the growth and development of the Chinese state. Attention will be given to the idea of China as a ‘donor’ culture, as well as the nature and impact of social change in present-day Chinese society.
Prerequisite: Nine social and behavioral science hours including ANT 112, or instructor permission. Offered: Not on a regular basis credit: 3