Gregory Smits has a very useful and informative site at UPenn. He has created online textbooks for use in his classes.
Worth a look, especially for new profs that have to teach survey history or other courses that dip into realms beyond their past and current research.
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07/21/2008 at 05:35 in Comparative Culture, Neo-Confucianism, Pre-Modern Japanese History | Permalink
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