Merchants, Pirates, Missionaries, and the State in Maritime Asia, 600-2000

CAS HI 482

Oceans connected the peoples of coastal Asia, Africa, and Oceania long before the arrival of Europeans in the 1500s. This course examines how commerce, piracy, religious contact, and imperialisms shaped maritime Asia, and how oceans facilitated our own era's global connections.

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