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L97 GS (IAS) 4154Decolonization to Globalization: How to End an Empire3.0 Units
Description:The course examines questions of contemporary relevance by revisiting the history of European empire and decolonization in South Asia: Is the US an Empire? Have we deliberately or otherwise supported US Empire? Did the history of European empire "train" some people to further American imperial interests over the twentieth century? Is the Empire over? Independence from European colonialism was a victory for some people, although for the majority, the experience of nation-building and the Cold War only sanctioned further inequities. A further set-back arrived in the guise of US centered Globalization. The countries of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri-Lanka have grappled differently with the many varieties of twentieth century transnational power. This course studies the histories of decolonization, nation-building, the Cold War and Globalization for those South Asian countries created since the 1940s. By considering the possibility that the US Empire is facing a radical collapse, the course delves into new and novel ways by which South Asians have interrogated, accepted, resisted and possibly overturned the multiple levels of power unleashed upon them since the formal end of European colonialism. Modern, South Asia. PREREQUISITE: Prior coursework in history or permission of the instructor.
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Course Type:IdentSame As:L22 4154  L06 4154  L22 5154  L75 4154Frequency:Every 2 Years / History
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