History of Modern India Syllabus 2011

History of Modern India Syllabus 2011

History of Modern India Syllabus is given below:

Course Structure
SEMESTER I
Core Courses
History and its Theory
Evolution of Ancient Indian Ideas and Institutions
Maratha Polity

Optional Courses (Any One)
Cultural History of Maharashtra
Social Background of Dalit Movement in Maharashtra
U.S.A.: From Isolation to Hegemony
History and Philosophy of Science and Technology (Developments in the West)
Gender and Indian History
History of Environment and Ecology

SEMESTER II
Core Courses
History and its Practice
Evolution of Medieval Indian Ideas and Institutions
Socio-economic History of the Marathas

Optional Courses (Any One)
Marathas in 17th and 18th Century Power Politics
Nature of Dalit Movement in Maharashtra
History of Science and Technology in India
Nationalism in Afro-Asian Countries
Economic History of Medieval India
Indian Women: Social Reality and Cultural Representations

SEMESTER III
Core Courses
Ancient and Medieval Cultures
History of India 1757-1857
Economic History of Modern India

Optional Courses (Any One)
Socio-religious Reform Movements in Modern South India.
Maharashtra in the 19th Century: Structural Changes.
British Administrative Policies in India, 1765-1892.
History of Architecture in India
East Asia: China, 1900 – 2000
History of Medieval Europe

SEMESTER IV
Core Courses
History of Modern India (1857 – 1971)
Intellectual History of the Modern
World after World War II (1945 – 1995)

Optional Courses (Any One)
Nature of Transformation in 19th Century Maharashtra
Archival Studies
Urban History
East Asia: Japan, 1853 – 2000
Peasant Movements in India (Medieval and Modern)
Business History of India (1700 – 1947)
Debates in History

Address
Department of History
University of Pune,
Ganeshkhind Road,
Pune – 411 007
Maharashtra State,
India.


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