Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
Center for Contemporary South Asia

Courses

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Pre-Approved courses for Fall 2020: 

REQUIRED COURSES

HIST 1620: Resisting Empire: Gandhi and the Making of Modern South Asia
TBD

MAJOR CONTENT HUMANITIES

COST/RELS 0526 | This Whole World is OM: Mantras in Indian Religions | F. Moore-Gerety
TTh 1-2:20p

COST/RELS 0140 | Food, Religion and Politics in South Asia | F. Moore-Gerety
T 4-6:30p

SANS 0300 | Sanskrit epic Narrative | D Buchta
MWF 9-9:50a

CLAS 0990 | Karma and Free Will: The Self in Indian Philosophy | D Buchta
MWF 9-9:50a

MINOR CONTENT HUMANITIES

ENGL 2900X  | Postcolonial Theory | L. Gandhi
TBD

RELS 1380C  | Law and Religion | N. Berman
TTh 10:30-11:50a

RELS 2380 | Buddhist Sutra | J. Protass
M 3-5:30p

TAPS 1230 | Global Theatre and Performance: Paleolithic to the Threshold of Modernity | R. Schneider
TTh 10:30am-12:20p

MAJOR CONTENT SOCIAL SCIENCES

HIST 1620 | Resisting Empire: Gandhi and the Making of Modern South Asia | V. Zamindar
TBD

POLS 2320 | Ethnic Conflict | A. Varshney
W 3-5:30p

MINOR CONTENT SOCIAL SCIENCES

ANTH 1253 | The Visual in Anthropology: Documentary Films and Society | L. Fruzzetti
TTh 1-2:20

ECON 1355 | Environmental Issues in Development Economics | A. Foster
TBD

LANGUAGE

HNDI 0100 | Beginning Hindi or Urdu | A. Koul
MTWThF 12-12:50p

HNDI 0300 | Intermediate Hindi-Urdu | A. Koul
MWF 1-1:50p; Th 4-4:50p

HNDI 1080 | Advanced Hindi-Urdu | A. Koul
TBD

SANS 0100 | Elementary Sanskrit I | D. Buchta
MTWThF 12-12:50p

SANS 0300 | Sanskrit Epic Narrative | D. Buchta
MWF 10-10:50a

SANS 1600 | Sanskrit Peotry and Drama | D. Buchta

Prior Semesters: 

Spring 2020 — Fall 2019 — Spring 2019 — Fall 2018 —  Spring 2018 — Fall 2017