Explore the cultural history of feudal Japan (1100–1800 CE), when “the Japanese became Japanese” by way of political, socioeconomic, and cultural changes that redirected the course of their civilization.
Douglas Lee Ph.D. received his M.A. in East Asian studies from the University of Michigan and his doctorate in modern Chinese history from UC Santa Barbara. He also holds a J.D. from Lewis and Clark Law School. He has taught at Portland State University, De Anza College, and OLLI at Dominican University.
Note: The schedule for this class has changed since our print borchure went to place. The class will meet on October 15, and the last meeting takes place on October 29.