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History of East Asian Martial Arts

History of East Asian Martial Arts: Weeks 12-14: Politics of Film and Online Instruction

  Introduction Welcome to our final discussion of the “History of East Asian Martial Arts.”  This series follows the readings being used in Prof. TJ Hinrichs’ undergraduate course of the same name at Cornell University.  This is a great opportunity... Continue Reading →

History of East Asian Martial Arts: Week 11 – Reinvention of Jujutsu (and the money taboo)

  Introduction Welcome to week eleven of “History of East Asian Martial Arts.”  This series follows the readings being used in Prof. TJ Hinrichs’ undergraduate course of the same name at Cornell University.  This is a great opportunity for readers... Continue Reading →

History of East Asian Martial Arts: Week 10 – Modernization of Chinese Martial Arts

  Introduction Welcome to week ten of “History of East Asian Martial Arts.”  This series follows the readings being used in Prof. TJ Hinrichs’ undergraduate course of the same name at Cornell University.  This is a great opportunity for readers... Continue Reading →

History of East Asian Martial Arts: Week 7 – Buddhism and Martial Arts

Introduction I have noticed a persistent tendency by some to strive to maintain an artificial barrier between the physicality of martial arts practice one the one hand, and the myriad ways it is discussed in literature, film and popular culture... Continue Reading →

History of East Asian Martial Arts: Week 5 – Peacetime Bushi and Urban Gangsters

  Introduction Welcome to week five of “History of East Asian Martial Arts.”  This series follows the readings being used in Prof. TJ Hinrichs’ undergraduate course of the same name at Cornell University.  This is a great opportunity for readers... Continue Reading →

History of East Asian Martial Arts: Week 4 – Rebels and the Chinese Martial Arts

  Introduction Welcome to week four of "History of East Asian Martial Arts."  This series follows the readings being used in Prof. TJ Hinrichs' undergraduate course of the same name at Cornell University.  This is a great opportunity for readers... Continue Reading →

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