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China Imagined and Perceived

 

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Week 1: Introduction to Orientalism
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1-3
2
4-13
Week 2: Overview of the Subject
3
14-26
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27
5
28-53
Week 3: Said and His Configuration of Orientalism
6
54-94
7
95-99
8
100-102
Week 4: Early Western Despictions of China
9
103-116
10
117-153
11
154-155
Week 5: China and the European Enlightenment
12
156-224
13
225-226
14
227-271
Week 6: Subaltern
15
272-284
16
285-308
17
309-313
18
314-317
Week 7: The Subaltern and the West
19
318-321
20
321-326
21
326-329
22
329-333
23
334-339
24
340-365
25
366-383
26
384-386
Week 8: The Debate Over Literature as National Allegory
27
387-410
28
411-433
29
434-435
30
436-437
31
438-439
Week 9: Imperialism and the Diaspora
32
440-474
33
475-493
34
494-495
Week 10: Communism and "Eternal" China
35
496-507
36
508-517
37
518-519
Week 11: Fetishization and Obsession with the "Center"
38
520-550
39
551-554
Week 12: "From Emperor to Citizen": Communism's Last Emperor?
40
555-585
41
586-587
Week 13: The Final Conflict or the Apocalypse?
42
588-602
43
603-626
44
627-665
45
666-671
46
672-685
47
686-687
48
688-689
49
690-696
Possible Additional Readings & Viewings
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697-698
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699-703
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704-718

 

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