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Our Common Core Teaching

 

 

Launched in 2012, the HKU Common Core Curriculum is a series of interdisciplinary courses across four Areas of Inquiry, aiming at enabling our students to broaden their intellectual horizons and their understanding of local, regional and global developments.

 

The following are the Common Core courses coordinated and taught by staff members of the History Department:

 

 

Common Core Courses

CCCH9032 Sports and Chinese Society (China: Cultural, State and Society)

Xu

CCCH9045 'Superpower': Engaging with the Global Implications of China's Rise (China: Cultural, State and Society)

Johansson

CCCH9046 Propaganda State: Culture and Politics in the People's Republic of China (China: Cultural, State and Society)

Johansson

CCCH9047 Will the 'Real' China Please Stand Up?: Interpreting Chinese Civilization (China: Cultural, State and Society)

Johansson

CCCH9048 History Wars?: How the Past is Shaping China's Future (China: Cultural, State and Society)

Johansson

CCCH9054 Mothering China: From the Womb to the Nation (China: Cultural, State and Society)

Tsang

CCGL9055 Genocide: Mass Violence and the Quest for Justice (Global Issues)

Schneider

CCGL9056 How We Move: Migration, Border Crossing, and Identity (Global Issues)

Petrulis

CCGL9057 Work: From Factory Floor to Our Robot Future (Global Issues)

Petrulis

CCHU9002 Battles for Bodies: The Birth of the Surveillance Society (Humanities)

Tsang

CCHU9003

Making History: Engaging with the Powerful Past (Humanities)

Pomfret

CCHU9043 Rethinking Women: The Big Debates (Humanities)

Tsang

CCHU9071 Man Up: Masculinities in the Making (Humanities)

Tsang

CCHU9073 Whose Memory is it Anyway? Remembering and Forgetting in a Present-Centered World (Humanities)

Schneider
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