HIST 4350J: History and Culture of Modern India
The course features an intensive study of the history of modern India. Course coverage includes the Mughal Empire, British Colonialism, Mahatma Gandhi and the Indian Independence Movement, and the establishment of the nations of India and Pakistan.
HIST 4350P: European Colonial
This readings course explores the development of worldwide colonial systems since the fifteenth century. Emphasis will be given to how native peoples responded to European attempts to introduce economic, political, and cultural prerogatives in a variety of world settings such as South and Southeast Asia and North and South America.
HIST 5362 Military History (With focus on India)
A seminar based on selected topics in military history.
HIST 5395E Gandhi in World History
In this course students explore how writers have narrated Gandhi’s life and interpreted his historical role. Students will research aspects of Gandhi’s life using primary sources. The focus of the course will be the study of material left out of histories on Gandhi and reasons for omitted material.
HIST 5395H: European Colonialism
This seminar examines the variety of European imperial and colonial experiences around the world from ancient to modern times through selected primary sources and historical literature.