You will be expected to read and formulate responses to all of the readings. These responses should be roughly 300-400 words in length and articulate your reactions and thoughts on the readings. They should be written with the goal of showing your interpretation and understanding of the text and opening a line of inquiry for further discussion with your classmates. You should refer to specific passages and quote them from the text, including page numbers. (Quotations are not included in the word count.)
Displays careful, thoughtful reading that pays attention to the details of the text and/or integrates ideas and demonstrates a strong grasp of the work and its effect. Presents well-founded ideas in an articulate manner and refers to specific passages in the text. Shows original analysis that challenges assumptions and goes beyond plot summary or rudimentary reactions to characters or events.
E. Patricia Tsurumi, “Textile Workers and the Failure of Early Trade Unionism in Japan”, p.3-21
Mariko Tamanoi, “Chapter 3: Komori” in Under the Shadow of Nationalism, p.55-83
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