香港史:從殖民地到特別行政區 | Department of History, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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UGEC2945 香港史:從殖民地到特別行政區

Lecture TimeMonday 10:30am -12:15 am

VenueLSK LT4

LanguageCantonese

Lecturer CHEUNG Ching Man Emily (emilycheung@cuhk.edu.hk)

Teaching Assistant NA

Course Description

本科從歷史觀點探討香港自開埠以來之發展,著重其社會結構、文化角色、行政制度、經濟模式及在近代中國地位之演變。

Syllabus
2020年1月6日 第一講 導論:誰人的香港史?
2020年1月13日 第二講 鴉片戰爭與香港開埠
2020年1月20日 第三講 殖民體系的建立與演進
2020年1月27日 假期 農曆新年假期
2020年2月3日 第四講 華人社會與組織
2020年2月10日 第五講 社會運動的萌芽與發展
2020年2月17日 第六講 香港淪陷及日佔時期
2020年2月24日 第七講 戰後香港
2020年3月2日 第八講 暴動歲月
2020年3月9日 第九講 麥理浩時代
2020年3月16日 第十講 中英談判及聯合聲明
2020年3月23日 第十一講 過渡期的政治變化 + 香港回歸
2020年3月30日 休講 期中閱讀週
2020年4月6日 第十三講 總結:香港史—我們的歷史

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Assessment & Assignments

測驗 (30%)

論文 (70%)

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  • In the case of group projects, all members of the group should be asked to sign the declaration, each of whom is responsible and liable to disciplinary actions, irrespective of whether he/she has signed the declaration and whether he/she has contributed, directly or indirectly, to the problematic contents.
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