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HIST0110

Modern South Asia

Modern South Asia
This course is an introduction to the history of South Asia. We will examine such events as the remarkable rise and fall of the Mughal empire (1526-1700s), the transformation of the once-humble English East India Company into a formidable colonial state (1700s-1858), the emergence of nationalist and anti-imperialist movements led by people such as Mahatma Gandhi and M.A. Jinnah (1858-1947), and the establishment and recent histories of the new nations of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Readings will include primary sources, history textbooks, historical novels, and newspaper articles. We will also watch at least one historical film. Pre-1800. 3 hrs. lect./disc.
Subject:
History
Department:
History
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL HIS

Sections

Spring 2014

HIST0110A-S14 Lecture (Barrow)
HIST0110B-S14 Lecture (Barrow)
HIST0110Y-S14 Discussion (Barrow)
HIST0110Z-S14 Discussion (Barrow)

Spring 2013

HIST0110A-S13 Lecture (Barrow)
HIST0110B-S13 Lecture (Barrow)

Fall 2011

HIST0110A-F11 Lecture (Barrow)
HIST0110B-F11 Lecture (Barrow)
HIST0110X-F11 Discussion (Barrow)
HIST0110Y-F11 Discussion (Barrow)
HIST0110Z-F11 Discussion (Barrow)

Spring 2011

HIST0110A-S11 Lecture (Barrow)
HIST0110B-S11 Lecture (Barrow)
HIST0110X-S11 Discussion (Barrow)
HIST0110Y-S11 Discussion (Barrow)
HIST0110Z-S11 Discussion (Barrow)