Courses: Chinese Perspectives on the Individual and Society (EASTH120A01)

Fall 2013

A survey of philosophical, literary, legal, and autobiographical sources on Chinese notions of the individual in traditional and modern China. Particular emphasis is placed on identifying how ideal and actual relationships between the individual and society vary across class and gender and over time. Special attention will be paid to the early 20th century, when Western ideas about the individual begin to penetrate Chinese literature and political discourse.

Fulfills: SO III Limit:30


Haverford, Hall 107

Meeting Times

TTh 2:30-4:00