HIST 3910 - South Asia Under British Imperial Rule, 1750-1885 (3)
This course uses readings, lectures and films to focus on the British Empire in South Asia (i.e., India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal). It examines imperialism as a cultural, economic and political form of domination and emphasizes historical factors leading to its rise in South Asia. The course utilizes British history in South Asia to contextualize past forms of European imperialism, as well as present forms of global domination.
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