EAS452H1: The Korean War, Global Cold Wars, and Decolonization


This course examines the political economic, racial, and cultural dimensions of the Korean war in a global context. It examines how the Korean War consolidated Cold War structures and discourse on both sides of the conflict by examining such issues as the United Nations, multiculturalism, decolonization, atomic weapons, and military industrialization. In this writing intensive course, students will be expected to write a major research paper.

EAS209H1 or permission from the course instructor
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