Globalization in India

GLOBAL 121 Globalization in India
Prerequisites: Restrictions: Class Number: 24664 Units/Credit: 4 Time/Location: MW: 9:30-11:00am / 20 Stephens Final Exam Group 16: Thursday 12/175/2017; 7-10pm Instructor: Clare Talwalker
This course uses the analytic of globalization and an interdisciplinary approach to provide an overview of contemporary India, focusing mainly, though not exclusively, on urban India. Students will be introduced to the debates surrounding colonial modernity, as an earlier globalizing era, this serving as background for considering contemporary India. Topics covered include: the Indian middle class, urban life, Hindu nationalism and other social movements, the postcolonial public, expressive culture, the changing nature and role of casts. No background on India is required.

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