Enlace: curso abierto online: Visualizing Japan (1850s-1930s): Westernization, Protest, Modernity

A través de edX podemos acceder a un interesante curso online: Visualizing Japan(1850s-1930s): Westernization, Protest, Modernity, coliderado por John W. Dower, Andrew Gordon, Shigeru Miyagawa, Gennifer Weisenfeld, durante cinco semanas. a partir del 3 de septiembre de 2014.  En su presentación leemos: "This co-taught course looks at Japanese history and the skills and questions involved in reading history through images now accessible in digital formats. The course is based on the MIT "Visualizing Cultures" website devoted to image-driven research on Japan and China since the 19th century (visualizingcultures.mit.edu). The introductory module considers methodologies historians use to “visualize” the past, followed by three modules that explore the themes of Westernization, in Commodore Perry’s 1853-54 expedition to Japan; social protest, in Tokyo’s 1905 Hibiya Riot; and modernity, as seen in the archives of the major Japanese cosmetics company, Shiseido."

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