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The length of each lecture is: ca. 30 min. The entire program consists of 24 lectures.
Lecturer: Professor Hayden J. Bellenoit.
Learn how 200 years of British colonial rule in India drastically changed the modern world from Professor Hayden J. Bellenoit.
Introduction to India -- The Mughal Empire in 18th-century India -- Indian and British economic interests -- British expansion in India (1757-1820) -- Knowing the country: British Orientalism -- Race, gender, and culture (1750-1850) -- The age of reform (1830-1850) -- The Great Uprising (1857-1858) -- Economics and society under the Raj -- Caste and tribal identity under colonialism -- The nationalization of Hinduism (1870-1900) -- Indian Muslim identity and colonial rule -- The late-19th century British Raj -- Princely states and royalist relationships -- Indian nationalism and the freedom struggle -- The Grea War and its impact on India -- Gandhi's moral-political philosophy -- The noncooperation movement -- Indian Muslim politics between the wars -- The civil disobedience campaign -- Britain and its empire in the 1940s -- The Raj on its knees (1945-1947) -- A split India: negotiating independence -- Reflections on postcolonial India.
Bonus disc contains PDF course workbook.
Course guidebook includes bibliographical references (pages 195-223).