HIST 329 :: Cold War in Asia
Fall 2014 @UH West Oahu

CRN: 66272 (DH)
Credit Hours: 3
Instructor: J. Chun
jmchun@hawaii.edu
Instructional Mode: Online
Dates: 08/25/2014 - 12/12/2014
Course Restrictions: Priority enrollment is given to the distance learning students in the Business Administration program delivered to the neighbor islands. Any remaining seats will open to all students on May 19, 9am.
Course Requirements: This is an online class with chat times TBA. Access the class through MyUH or directly at laulima.hawaii.edu.
Course Prerequisites: Pre: ENG 100 and completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 200.
Course Description: This course will study how the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union (1947-1991) played a major role in shaping the political, cultural, and social landscape of East Asia and Southeast Asia. In this course we will analyze the Cold War events such as the Korean War, and the Vietnam War from an Asian perspective. We will also look at other events such as the reconstruction of Japan and South Korea, American policy towards China, and the U.S. involvement in Indonesia and the Philippines. A portion of the class will also show how the Cold War in Asia affected Hawai`i.
Textbooks: Books may be purchased at the West Oahu bookstore or ordered online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/westoahu.
Technical Requirements: Access the class through https://laulima.hawaii.edu. Use your UH username and password to login. Computer requirements for online courses and Laulima tutorials are available at http://www.uhwo.hawaii.edu/academics/distance-learning/online-student-tutorials/
Updated: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 12:47:35