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UNIT 12: Transmission of Traditions

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What are traditions and how are they transmitted? Islamic Spain, Korea, and West Africa provide examples of many different modes of transmission, including oral, written, artistic, and architectural.

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Unit 12: Transmission of Traditions

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Video Segment: Islamic Spain

Islamic Spain

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Video Segment: Confucian Korea

Confucian Korea

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Video Segment: Oral Traditions in West Africa

Oral Traditions in West Africa

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Richard W. Bulliet Perspectives on the Past

Richard W. Bulliet talks about the potential for benefit from historical events that seemingly rupture the transmission of traditions within a culture through the example of the expulsion of the Jews and Muslims from Spain.
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