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Resources for China Case Study

  1. Films (Visual Component) One or more of the following are recommended:
    1. Seven Years Tibet
    2. King of Masks (gender issues)
    3. Not One Less (minority rural experience)

  2. Multimedia: PowerPoint Presentation on China's Borderlands
  3. Review of literature (textual) One or more of the following are recommended:
    1. Books
      1. Beijing Language Institue. New Chinese 300, Beijing: BLI, 1997.
      2. Grunfeld, A. Tom. The Making of Modern Tibet, New York: M. E. Sharpe, Inc., 1996.
      3. Morgan, David. The Mongols, Blackwell, 1990.
      4. Rudelson, Justin Jon. Oasis Identities, New York: Columbia University Press, 1998.
      5. Waley-Cohen, Joanna. The Sextants of Beijing: Global Currents in Chinese History, New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 2000.
    2. Articles
      1. Millward, James A. “The return of the Torghuts: The Trimuph Qing Inner Asian Policy” in A - Realm of Microcosms: The Manchu Retreat of Chengde, Tinetan Buddhism and the High Qing - Empire, not yet published
  4. Guest speakers (TBA)

Resources for Iran Simulation

  1. Iran's People & Population
  2. Select Highlights of Iran's History & Society
  3. CIA World Factbook (Iran)
  4. Sprachman, Paul pp. 240 –242 “Introduction to the Modern Middle East" University Copy, North Brunswick, NJ
  5. Film: Three Kings

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