HIS333H1: Catholic Asia in the Early Modern Era, 1500-1800


This course examines the impact of Catholicism in Asia, from its introduction to its relevance in the contemporary global order. Students will be introduced to how Catholicism and the technologies accompanying it affected historical transitions in local communities in Asia as well as how the growth of these communities has affected the global Catholic Church.

1.0 credit in European or Asian history. Students who do not meet the prerequisite are encouraged to contact the Department.
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