HIAB0105FU Globalization and Development in India and South Asia (Modern India and South Asian Studies Content Course 3) (F22)

Volume 2021/2022
Education
  • Curriculum for the BA programme in Modern India and South Asian Studies, the 2019 Curriculum
  • Curriculum for the Bachelor's supplementary subject in Japanese Studies, China studies, Korean studies (Asian Studies) and modern India and South Asia Studies 2019
Content

This course turns focus on the key themes of globalization, development, modernization and neoliberal reforms that underpin the ongoing transformations in South Asia.

We will explore how the intersections of capitalism, labour and migratory flows produce the logics of economic growth, global developmental regimes, and how poverty and wealth, and inequity and inequality is produced in contemporary societies. These questions will be examined from South Asia with a particular emphasis on the axes of class, caste and gender upon which the ongoing transformations are taking shape.

The course is especially focused on the great transformation towards free-market reforms, and the ways in which these shifts produce contemporary politics and subjectivities.

Learning Outcome

BA 2019-studieordning:
Moderne Indien og sydasienstudier realia 3 (aktivitetskode HIAB01001E)

BA Tilvalg 2019-studieordning:
Moderne Indien og sydasienstudier realia 3 (aktivitetskode HIAB10141E)
Moderne Indien og sydasienstudier realia A (aktivitetskode HIAB10151E)
Moderne Indien og sydasienstudier realia B (aktivitetskode HIAB10161E)

The teaching material will be made available on Absalon

 

Under studieordningen Bachelortilvalg i japanstudier, kinastudier, koreastudier (asienstudier) og moderne Indien og sydasienstudier 2019 udbydes Moderne Indien og sydasienstudier realia 3 (Aktivitetskode: HIAB10141E) kun som en del af et studiemønster, mens Moderne Indien og sydasienstudier realia A (aktivitetskode HIAB10151E) og Moderne Indien og sydasienstudier realia B (aktivitetskode HIAB10161E) er enkeltstående tilvalg.
A combination of lectures and workshops
  • Category
  • Hours
  • Lectures
  • 84
  • Preparation
  • 328,5
  • Total
  • 412,5
Oral
Individual
Collective
Continuous feedback during the course of the semester
Feedback by final exam (In addition to the grade)