Lecture TimeMonday 6:30pm-8:00pm
Lecturer LEUNG Yuen Sang
Teaching Assistant WOO Tze Yan Jessie ((852) 3943 7129 / email@example.com)
This is a require course for the History M.A. Programme in Comparative and Public History. It is designed to be a foundation course for M.A. studetns who pursue academic research or a professional career related to Public History or/and Comparative History. The course will introduce the basic characteristics and major trends in Public and Comparative history, and presend a variety of approaches and methodologies in these two fields.
|1||Introduction: Origin and Characteristics of Programme, Course Mechanics|
|2||Comparative History: Background and State of the Field|
|3||Public History: Definitions, Development and Rising Significance||Tutorial #2|
|4||Topics in Comparative History I: Europe and China – Marco Comparisons||Tutorial #3|
|5||Topics in Comparative History II: Modernization and East Asia||Tutorial #4|
|6||Public Holiday – Chung Yeung Festival|
|7||Topics in Comparative History III: Impact of Colonialism on Asian Cities – Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai|
|8||Topics in Comparative History IV: Walls and Waters – Comparing City Cultures in Shanghai and Hong Kong||Tutorial #5|
|9||Topics in Public History I: Memories and Monuments – Records, Archives, and Buildings|
|10||Topics in Public History II: Heritage and Legends – Yi He Xuan and Tung Wah||Tutorial #6|
|11||Topics in Public History III: History in the Field – Excursion and Observation|
|12||Topics in Public History IV: History Within the Walls – Museum Studies|
1. Participation 30% (Class Participation 10% + Tutorial 20%)
2. One Book Reivew 20% (1500-2000 words)
3. One Project Paper 50% (3000-4000 words)
This is a brief outline of the course. For further details and most updated information, please login to the Blackboard of HIST5011A (https://blackboard.cuhk.edu.hk) [available for use – 26 August onwards]
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