Minor in Middle East and South Asian Studies - Hindu, Muslim, Sikh: Colonial Trauma and Nationalism in Modern South Asia HIST 2510   Hindu, Muslim, Sikh: Colonial Trauma and Nationalism in Modern South Asia
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course will examine the region of South Asia from the mid-19th century - the height of the British Raj - to the present. Areas of concentration will include resistance to British rule, rise of the Congress Party, the 1947 Partition, and subsequent decolonization. The respective histories of modern India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh will be examined against the backdrop of nationalism, communalism, and regional conflict.
FORMAT: Lecture
CROSS-LISTING: RELS 2510.03