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Arendt, Brian

Assistant Professor
School of Humanities

Butler Hall 301
(636) 627-2516

Course Information

Term Course Course Name

FA SEM 15 CSP 20000 11  Chinese Culture and Etiquette (GE-CrsClt)
FA SEM 15 CSP 20000 LST1  Chinese Culture and Etiquette (GE-CrsClt)
FA SEM 15 CSP 35000 AR11  History of Traditional Chinese Civilization (GE-CrsClt)
FA SEM 15 CSP 37000 AR11  Contemporary China: China in Revolution
FA SEM 15 CSP 40000 AR11  Ming and Qing China: 1368-1839
FA SEM 15 HIS 10000 18  World History Since 1500 (GE-WHis)
JAN TRM 16 CSP 20000 JAN1  Chinese Culture and Etiquette (GE-CrsClt)
SP SEM 16 CSP 20000 11  Chinese Culture and Etiquette (GE-CrsClt)
SP SEM 16 CSP 29001 AR11  Special Topics: Traditional Chinese Literature
SP SEM 16 CSP 40100 AR11  Mod China: From the Opium Wars to Natl Revolution,1839-1911
SP SEM 16 CSP 49000 AR11  Special Topics: China Today
SP SEM 16 HIS 10000 17  World History Since 1500 (GE-WHis)
SP SEM 16 HIS 20500 11  History of Asia (GE-CrsClt)


Dr. Brian Arendt earned a Ph.D. in History from Georgetown University in 1993, and also holds a Master’s degree from SUNY at Stony Brook and a Bachelor’s degree from UM-St. Louis. He has taught English courses in South Korea, participated in an internship with the World Trade Center in St. Louis, and served as an adjunct instructor with Lindenwood, St. Louis University, Washington University, and Concordia University. He has taught a wide variety of courses, including World History, modern Chinese history, traditional Chinese history, the history of Asia, and international business. In the coming academic year Dr. Arendt will teach courses in Chinese Culture and Etiquette and Chinese Culture and Civilization. He has presented papers on aspects of Chinese history to the Midwest Association of Asian Studies and the Missouri Conference on History. In 2013 he published an article in Lindenwood University’s Confluence journal entitled, “China and the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.” He is currently researching the history of Chinese and German relations in the 1920s.

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