Units of Study
ASNS2627 - India, China, Tibet: Cultural Relations
Semester 1, 2011 | Credit Points: 6
Coordinator: Andrew Peter McGarrity
While India and China emerge as present-day superpowers, their historical inter-relations are not well known. This unit provides an overview of cultural interactions between Indian and Chinese civilisations, especially as these have shaped Tibetan cultural identity. A key focus is upon how pre-modern cultural interactions with India and China provide ideological contexts within which Tibetan religious and cultural traditions and political institutions developed. This is undertaken in order to understand interactions between all three cultures on the current global stage.
1x2500wd major essay (35%), 1xtutorial paper and presentation (equivalent to 1000wds) (30%), media file (equivalent to 1000wds) (30%), class participation (5%).
2x1-hr lectures/week, 1x1-hr tutorial/week
12 credit points from junior level Asian Studies, or other subject areas listed in Table A in the Faculty of Arts Handbook.
Lecture for ASNS2627
|Class||India, China, Tibet: Cultural Relations|
|Session||Semester 1 2011|
|Location||Quadrangle Building, Philosophy Room S249 A14|
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