C. East Asia (China and Japan) and the Great Exchange
(Assignments #3)

2011 Student Survey

"Vissi d'arte" from Tosca
Pavarotti sings Tosca aria "E lucevan le stelle"
Placido Domingo sings "E lucevan le stelle"
Final scene from Tosca--death of Mario

[ Assignments ] [ East Asia Assignments ]
Follow links below as indicated or required

BZ 4th ed [ http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073406937/student_view0/index.html ]

Ms. Story's Chapter 27 Powerpoint Presentation

East Asia Web Site--Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism

See bottom of page for idents and topics

See bottom of the China Section for links for responses to China Web assignment
See bottom of the Japan section for links for responses to Japan Web assignment

A WEEK: Mon., - Fri., 10/29/12 - 11/02/12
Mon., 10/29--Test on B. Africa in the Age of the Great Exchange
Tues., 10/30--Begin C. East Asia in the Age of the Great Exchange
Begin reading Bentley and Ziegler, ch. 27--read only the pages assigned
**on China, pp. 723 - 735 **on Japan, pp. 741-749** (you may omit the docs)

Begin working on maps, handouts, web assignments
To help you with your map
< http://www.artsmia.org/art-of-asia/history/ming-dynasty-map.cfm >
Another helpful map resource
and another map resource BZ interactive Ming Map
Tues., 10/30 = NSP for Period 1; Wed., 10/31 = NSP for period 6
Time during your "long" (Tues., period 6; Fri., period 1) to work on maps/web

Fri., 11/02--CNN Millennium 16th Century--"The Century of the Sail" (VHS)
(1st episode, approx 2:30)

B WEEK: Mon., - Fri., 11/05/12 - 11/09/12
"Voyage of the Eunuch Admiral Zheng He"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzFq0Ivwz9g >

Map of Zheng He's voyages
Great Wall < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrHn9JLZwyI >
Fri., 11/09--maps of China and Japan due

A WEEK OF: Mon., - Fri., 11/12/12 - 11/16/12
Nothing due this week

Wed., 11/14--Core Arts (all 9s) go to Opera
Fri., 11/16--Grannies and Grampies come to periods 4, 7
periods 1, 6 = normal

"long" CNN Millennium video on Hideyoshi/VHS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3YD5BZqF0I >
Video clip on Samurai
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qjduob4Fri0 >--Gone

Japan: The Way of the Samurai
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmJwBV_iJRQ >

Thanksgiving Week--11/19/12 - 11/23/12--No School

B WEEK OF: Mon., - Fri., 11/26/12 - 11/30/12
Mon., - Tues., Finish/Wrap up C. East Asia in the Age of the Great Exchange
Wed., 11/28--Test
Hand in web assignments as you come into class
Fri., 11/30--Begin D. The World of Islam

A. Introduction

Wanli Matteo Ricci: Clocks and Christianity/how ironic about the clocks!

Q. What does intro illustrate about East Asia and the Europeans?

B. The Quest for Political Stability (We may cut back on these--TMI)

Hungwu Yongle
Kangxi Nurhaci
Qianlong Wanli
Ming Dynasty Qing Dynasty
Grand Canal/Great Wall Manchus
kowtow Eunuch
Son of Heaven Queue
Scholar-Bureaucrats Civil Service/Imperial Exams
Confucianism/Golden Mean Buddhism/Middle Way

C. Economic and Social Changes

Zheng He Patriarchal Family
Foot Binding Mandarin

Web Sites in the order they appear on your China web "fill-in" sheet
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/chineseart/welcome-china.html >
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/chineseart/Ming-art.html >
< http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sultan/explorers.html >
< http://www.sfmuseum.org/chin/foot.html >
youtube on footbinding < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnmOqpoDFEw >
This one (above is a bit graphic--optional)

***The Sites below are helpful but optional (optional means exactly that...optional)***
< http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/tps/1000ce.htm#ming >
http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/learning_history/1492/1492_zhenghe.cfm >
Short video clip by art historian Robert Jackson summarizes importance/contributions of Ming Dynasty:
http://www.artsmia.org/art-of-asia/history/video-popup-ming.cfm >

An excellent source of information on the Qing Dynasty is
Qing Dynasty or < http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/chineseart/qing-dynasty.html >
This site reinforces information in BZ about the Manchu Conquest of China
and the Qing variations on Chinese/Confucian traditions;
of particular interest are the descriptions of the two great Qing Emperors
Kangxi and Qianlong
; focus on these two rulers because they are the
most important and because BZ emphasizes them.

Skip over the other rulers and rest of the site.

Short video clip by art historian Robert Jackson on importance/contributions of Ch'ing/Qing Dynasty
< http://www.artsmia.org/art-of-asia/history/video-popup-ching.cfm >

Topics to Consider--China
1. How can a Chinese man in the elites be Confucianist, Taoist/Daoist, Buddhist at the same time
(but not Christian)
2. How do Ming and Qing fit the pattern of h.f., g.c., golden age, c-c-c-c?

4. Ming Dynasty and Similarities/Differences with Qing Dynasty

Rise to Power Achievements and Policies
Decline and Fall Challenges and Solutions


E. The Unification of Japan

Oda Nobunaga (no BZ) Hideyoshi (no BZ)
Francis Xavier Tokugawa Ieyasu
Sengoku Bakufu
Shogun Daimyo-Samurai
Alternate Attendance "Floating World"
Bushido (no BZ) Ukiyo, Kabuki, Bunraku
Anti-Christian Campaign  

Web Sites in the order they appear on your Japan web "fill-in" sheet
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/historyjapan/japan-welcome.html >
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/private/faculty/peggy_mckee/historyjapan/vocabulary.html>
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/private/faculty/peggy_mckee/historyjapan/warring.states.html >
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/private/faculty/peggy_mckee/historyjapan/tokugawa.html >

Topics to Consider--Japan
1. Values, customs, traditions that defined traditional Japan
2. The role/significance/outcome of Japan's 3 greatunifiers

3. Similarities/Differences between Ming/Qing China and contemporary Japan:
society, economy, government, family, women, social classes/elites, Great Exchange

1. Success/Failure of European missionary activities in East Asia v. New World
2. What political-cultural-military institutions in China/Japan prevented Christianization?

You are responsible for all materials, videos, handouts, class discussion, web exercises
as well as Bentley/Ziegler assigned pages.

***For more on Traditional China (Ming and Qing) and Japan (Warring States and Tokugawa) visit***
The site is optional
Mrs. Thornburg's C&C Resources Site