1750 to 1919: An Age of Revolutions
Qing 1644 to 1912     Republic of China 1912
Edo 1615 to 1868
Meji Restoration 1868 to 1912     Taisho Period 1912 to 1926
Choson 1392 to 1910     Japanese rule 1910 to 1945
Nguyen (in Vietnam) 1801 to 1862
French rule in "Indochina" (Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam) 1862 to mid-20th century
Mughal dynasty 1526 to 1858
British rule 19th century to 1947
Table of Contents - 1750 to 1919

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JAPAN: HISTORY-ARCHAEOLOGY

Edo Period (1615-1868)

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Meiji Restoration (1868-1912)

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RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY, THOUGHT

Reflections on Encounters with "the West" and Japan's Modernization

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GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

The Meiji Government

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MILITARY AND DEFENSE

Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895)

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Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905)

Includes a 25-page curriculum guide providing extensive historical background information, plus primary-source documents and map activities.

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ECONOMY, WORK, TRADE, FOREIGN RELATIONS

Japanese-Dutch Trade

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U.S. Forces Japan to "Open" Its Ports

Note to TeachersEducation about Asia
The journal Education about Asia has many excellent teaching resources on-line on all topics related to East, South and SE Asia.

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Japanese Immigrants to the United States

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SOCIETY

Codes of Merchant Houses, Late Tokugawa Period

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Social Change in Meiji and Taisho Periods

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Food and Identity

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LITERATURE AND FILM

Natsume Sôseki and the "I" novel

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Silent Films

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ART AND MUSIC

Ukiyo-e; Japonisme

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