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Silla Korea and the Silk Road: Golden Age, Golden Threads

Silla Korea and the Silk Road, Golden Age, Golden Threads, a curriculum guide designed for world history, geography, and Asian studies high school courses, lucidly demonstrates the normally neglected role of Korea in the history of the Silk Road.The Korea Society has a well-deserved reputation for the very high quality of everything it sponsors and publishes. This guide is no exception.The work focuses on, but is not limited to,the unified Silla Kingdom period (668–935 CE) usually referred to ...

Curriculum Materials Review, Resources

Chinese Dynasties, Part Two: The Song Dynasty Through the Qing Dynasty, 960 to 1911 CE

PRODUCED BY SELENA LAI ANDWAKA TAKAHASHI BROWN STANFORD PROGRAM ON INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL EDUCATION (SPICE), FREEMAN SPOGLI INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, 2007 HARDCOVER BINDER WITH CD-ROM Reviewed by Alan Whitehead Chinese Dynasties Part Two: The Song Dynasty through the Qing Dynasty is the second of a two-volume curriculum unit from Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE).1 Anyone with exposure to the curriculum products previously offered by ...

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Chinese Dynasties, Part One: The Shang Dynasty Through the Tang Dynasty—1600 BCE to 907 CE

PRODUCED BY THE STANFORD PROGRAM On INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL EDUCATION (SPICE), FREEMAN SPOGLI INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEWED BY ALAN WHITEHEAD Chinese Dynasties Part One: The Shang Dynasty Through the Tang Dynasty is a recent offering from the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE). Anyone with exposure to the curriculum products previously offered by SPICE will find themselves on familiar ground with this unit, which contains a collecti...

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