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Master of Arts (History) PROGRAMME GUIDE

INDEX •

INTRODUCTION

3



PROGRAMME CODE

3



PROGRAMME DURATION

3



MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

3



SCHEME OF THE PROGRAMME

4



SYLLABUS OF PROGRAMME

5-20

2

INTRODUCTION History is a chronological record of significant past events often including an explanation of their causes. It is a branch of knowledge that records and explains past events. All that happens in the world has a cause, & events could not have happened differently unless there was a different cause. Learning from other people’s mistake is one significant aspect of studying history, but there are dozen more. Knowing the history of a culture, how it developed, how beliefs were formed, how social structure came to where it is today, help us to understand why that culture is the way they are today. It helps in understanding others prejudice and hatred, and promotes acceptance and peace. It also teaches us how to compare the work of experts and how to evaluate primary and secondary structure of evidence. As a result, it is very important in our day to day life or as a profession because everything has a history.

ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES The M.A Program is designed to make students analyse the events in history. It is not all memorization but “an explanation of their (the events) causes” shows that there are additional levels such as comprehension and analysis. Our main stress will be to look at history as a “big picture”. By this method, we no longer have to measure history, but think of history as a fluid process in which events and trends are inextricably intertwined. So the main objective of M.A Program is to make students analyse and comprehend the events in history in an unbiased and intellectual way. INFORMATION

PROGRAMME CODE: 442B DURATION OF THE PROGRAMME: Minimum Duration 2 Years Maximum Duration 5 Years MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION/ EXAMINATION: 1. The SLM/Text Books will be available in English & Hindi language. 2. Student can attempt the examination in English/Hindi/Punjabi language.

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Scheme COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

Cr.

CA ETE(Th.) ETE(Pr.)

FIRST YEAR DHIS401

HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL WORLD

8

20

80

0

DHIS402

HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD

8

20

80

0

DHIS403

HISTORICAL THOUGHT AND HISTORIOGRAPHY

8

20

80

0

DHIS404

POLITICAL STRUCTURES IN INDIA

8

20

80

0

SECOND YEAR DHIS501

ECONOMIC HISTORY OF INDIA

8

20

80

0

DHIS502

EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL STRUCTURES IN INDIA

8

20

80

0

DHIS503

HISTORY OF ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA

8

20

80

0

DHIS504

WOMEN IN INDIAN HISTORY

8

20

80

0

TOTAL CREDITS

64

4

Course Code:

D

H

I

S

4

0

1

Course Title:

HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL WORLD WEIGHTAGE CA ETE (Th.) 20 80

COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

Topics

Early Human Societies UNIT 1

Hunting and Gathering

UNIT 2

Pastoral Nomadism

UNIT 3

Transition to Agriculture

UNIT 4

The Neolithic Revolution

UNIT 5 Implications for the World Bronze Age Civilizations UNIT 6

Cultural and Natural Settings of the Early Civilizations

UNIT 7

Technological Foundations and Socio-Economic Parameters

UNIT 8

Writing and Artistic Expression

UNIT 9 The Social Structure Reconstructed Formation of States and Empires UNIT 10

Formation of States and Empires: A General Introduction

UNIT 11

The Persian Empire

UNIT 12

Ancient Greece

UNIT 13 The Roman Empire Alternative Social Formations UNIT 14

Latin America

UNIT 15

Africa

UNIT 16 Nomadic Empires Religion, State and Society UNIT 17

The Late Roman World

UNIT 18

The Arab World

UNIT 19 Feudalism

China

5

UNIT 20

Debates on Feudalism

UNIT 21

Feudalism: Form and Structures Phases of Feudalism

UNIT 22

UNIT 23 Trade and the Decline of Feudalism Trade and Commerce in the Medieval World UNIT 24

Oceanic Trade

UNIT 25

Business Communities

UNIT 26

Commercial Practices

UNIT 27 Craft Production Medieval World in Transition UNIT 28

Science and Technologies and Expansion of Knowledge

UNIT 29

Literature and Institutions of Learning

UNIT 30

Religious Establishment

UNIT 31 Transition to Modern World Pre-modern World: An Overview UNIT 32

Trends and Transition in Population

UNIT 33

Urbanism

UNIT 34

Technologies of Warfare and Communication

UNIT 35

Kinship Pattern and Family Structure

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL. ADDITIONAL READINGS: 1. Carol Lansing: A companion to the medieval world J.M. Roberts, ‘The new Penguin History of the world’, Penguin Publications. 2. Susan Wise Bauer ‘The History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Accounts to the Fall of Rome’, W.W.Norton & Co Ltd, New York. 3. Adams, R.M., ‘Patterns of Urbanization in early Southern Mesopotamia’ in P J Ucko et al, eds., Man, Settlement and Urbanism, London: Duckworth, 1972. 4. Alfody, G., The Social History of Rome, London: Routledge, 1988. 5. Andrewes, A., The Greek Society, London: Penguin, 1971. 6. Adams, R.M., ‘Water, Land and Life’ in Heartland of Cities, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1981.

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Course Code:

D

H I S

4 0 2

Course Title:

HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD WEIGHTAGE CA ETE (Th.) 20 80

COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

Topics

Theories of the Modern World UNIT 1 Renaissance and the Idea of the Individual UNIT 2

The Enlightenment

UNIT 3

Critiques of Enlightenment

Modern World: Essential Components UNIT 4 Theories of the State UNIT 5

Capitalist Economy and Its Critique

UNIT 6

The Social Structure

The Modern State and Politics UNIT 7

Bureaucratization

UNIT 8

Democratic Politics

UNIT 9

Modern State and Welfare

UNIT 10 Nationalism Capitalism and Industrializations UNIT 11

Commercial Capitalism

UNIT 12

Capitalist Industrialization

UNIT 13

Socialist Industrialization

UNIT 14 Underdevelopment Expansion of Europe UNIT 15

Conquest and Appropriation

UNIT 16

Migrations and Settlements

UNIT 17

Imperialism

UNIT 18

Colonialism

UNIT 19 Decolonization International Relations 7

UNIT 20

Nation-State System

UNIT 21

International Rivalries of Twentieth Century

UNIT 22 The Unipolar World and Counter-Currents Revolutions UNIT 23

Political Revolution: France

UNIT 24

Political Revolution: Russia

UNIT 25

Knowledge Revolution: Printing and Informatics

UNIT 26 Technological Revolution: Communications and Medical Violence and Repression UNIT 27

Modern Warfare

UNIT 28

Total War

UNIT 29 Violence by Non-State Actors Dilemmas of Development UNIT 30

Demography

UNIT 31

Ecology

UNIT 32

Consumerism

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL. ADDITIONAL READINGS: 1. Robert Roswell Palmer, Joel G. Calton, Llyod S. Kramer: A History of the Modern World, Macgraw Publishers, 2002. 2. Jain & Mathur: A History of the Modern World, Jain Prakashan Mandir, 2005. 3. Paul Johnson: A History of the Modern World from 1917 to the 1980s, Amazon Publishers, 2002. 4. William Wooruff: A Concise History of the Modern World: 1500 to the Present, St. Martin's Publishers, 1998. 5. John A. Garraty and Peter Gay, The Columbia History of the World, Harper & Row Publishers, New York, 1986.

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Course Code:

D H I

S

4

0 3

Course Title:

HISTORICAL THOUGHT & HISTORIOGRAPHY

WEIGHTAGE CA ETE (Th.) 20 80 COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

Topics

Understanding History UNIT 1

Generalization

UNIT 2

Causation

UNIT 3

Objectivity and Interpretation

UNIT 4 History, Ideology and Society Pre-Modern Traditions UNIT 5

Greco-Roman Tradition

UNIT 6

Traditional Chinese Historiography

UNIT 7

Historiographical Traditions in Early India

UNIT 8

Medieval Historiography – Western

UNIT 9

Medieval Historiography – Arabic and Persian

UNIT 10

Medieval Historiography – Indo-Persian

UNIT 11 Local History Approaches to History in Modern Times UNIT 12 Positivist Tradition UNIT 13

Classical Marxist Tradition

UNIT 14

The Annales School

UNIT 15

Recent Marxist Approaches

UNIT 16

Post-Modernist Intervention

UNIT 17

Gender in History

UNIT 18 Race in History Approaches and Themes in Indian Historiography UNIT 19

Colonialist Historiography

9

UNIT 20

Nationalist Approach

UNIT 21

Communalist Trends Marxist Approach

UNIT 22 UNIT 23

The Cambridge School

UNIT 24

History from Below

UNIT 25

Subaltern Studies

UNIT 26

Economic History

UNIT 27

Peasantry and Working Classes

UNIT 28

Castes, Tribe and Gender

UNIT 29

Religion and Culture

UNIT 30

Environment, Science and Technology

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL. ADDITIONAL READINGS: E.H.Carr, What is History? Penguin, Middlesex, 1987. Marc Bloch, The Historians Craft, Vintage Books, New York, 1953. B.Sheik Ali, History: Its Theory and Method, Macmillan, Madras, 1990. M.C.Lemon, Philosophy of History, Routledge, London, 2008. Peter Lambert and Phillip Schofield, Making History: An Introduction to History and Practices of a Discipline, Routledge, London, 2006. 6. John C.B.Webester, Studying History, Maicmillan, New Delhi, 1997. 7. Marnie Hughes – Warrington, Fifty Great Thinkers on History, Routledge, London 2004. 8. S.K.Bajaj, Recent Trends in Historiography, Anmol Publications, New Delhi,1998. 9. G.R.Elton, The Practice History, Collins, Glasgow 1978. 10. J. Havet, Main Trends of Research in the Social and Human Sciences, Part II, Vol. I, Mouton, The Hague, pp. 229-443 (G. Barraclough on History) 11. H.E. Barners, A History of Historical Writings, New York, 1962. 12. R.G. Collingwood, The Idea of History, OUP, London, 1973. 13. E. Sreedharan, A Textbooks on Historiography (500 BC – 2000 AD), Orient Longmen, Hyderabad, 2004. 14. Agnes Heller, A Theory of History, Routledge, London, 1982. 15. John, Tosh, The Pursuit of History, Longman, London, 1985.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

10

Course Code:

D H I S

4

0

4

Course Title:

COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

POLITICAL STRUCTURES IN INDIA

CA 20

WEIGHTAGE ETE (Th.) 80

Topics

Early State formation UNIT 1

Pre-State to State

UNIT 2

Territorial State to Empire

UNIT 3

Polities from 2nd B.C. to 3rd A.D.

UNIT 4 Polities from 3rd A.D. to 6th A.D. State in Early Medieval India UNIT 5

Early Medieval Polities in North India 7th to 12th A.D.

UNIT 6

Early Medieval Polities in Peninsular India 6th to 8th A.D

UNIT 7 Early Medieval Polities in Peninsular India between 8th to 12th A.D. State in Medieval Times UNIT 8

State under the Delhi Sultanate

UNIT 9

Vijayanagar, Bahamani and other Kingdoms

UNIT 10 The Mughal State Colonization (Part-I) UNIT 11

18th Century Successor States

UNIT 12

The Eighteenth Century Polities

UNIT 13

Colonial Powers – Portuguese, French, Dutch

UNIT 14

The British Colonial State

UNIT 15 Princely States Administrative and Institutional Structures UNIT 16

Administrative and Institutional Structures in Peninsular India

UNIT 17

Administrative and Institutional Systems in North India

UNIT 18 Law and Judicial Systems Administrative and Institutional Structures UNIT 19

The Delhi Sultanate

11

UNIT 20

Vijayanagar, Bahamani and other Kingdom

UNIT 21

The Mughal Empire 18th Century Successor States

UNIT 22 Colonization (Part-II) UNIT 23

Ideologies of the Raj

UNIT 24

Activities

UNIT 25

Resources

UNIT 26

Extent of Colonial Intervention: Education and Society

UNIT 27

End of the Colonial State – Establishment of Democratic Polity

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL. ADDITIONAL READINGS: 1. Jha, D.N., Ancient India- In Historical Outline, Manohar, New Delhi, 1998. 2. Sharma, Ram Sharan, Aspects of Political Ideas and Institutions in Ancient India, Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, 1996 (4th revised ed; 1st ed 1959). 3. Sharma, Ram Sharan, Indian Feudalsim, c. A.D. 300-1200, Macmillan, New Delhi, 1980 (2nd revised ed; 1st ed 1965). 4. Romila Thapar, A History of India, Penguin Books, 1981 (reprint; 1st ed 1966) 5. Basham, A.L., The Wonder That Was India, Fontana, 1977. 6. Chattopadhyaya, B.D., The Making of Early Medieval India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1994. 7. Jha, D.N., The Feudal Order, Manohar, New Delhi, 2000Panday, A.B., Later Medieval India, Central Book Depot, Allahabad. 8. Qureshi I.H., The Administration of the Sultanate of Delhi, New Delhi 1971. 9. Satish Chandra, Medieval India From Sultanate to the Mughals, Delhi Sultanate (1206-1526), Part I, New Delhi 1997. 10. Ashraf K.., Life and Conditions of the People of Hindustan, New Delhi, 1970. 11. Jackson, P. The Delhi Sultanate, Delhi 1999. 12. Sharma, Ram Sharan, “How Feudal was Indian Feudalism ?, in Feudalism and Non-European Socieities (eds) T.J. Byres and Harbans Mukhia, Frank Cass, London, 1985 13. Roy, Kumkum, The Emergence of Monarchy in Northern India: Eighth to Fourth Centuries B.C. as Reflected in the Brahmanical Tradition, Oxford UniversityPress, New Delhi, 1994. 14. Banerjee, A.C., The New History of Modern India 1707-1947, K.P. Bagchi, Calcutta, 1983. 15. Majumdar, R.D.(ed), British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance, 2 Parts, Vidya Bhawan, Bombay, 1965. 16. Stokes Eric, The English Utilitarians and India, Clarendon Press,Oxford, 1999. 17. Mittal, S.C., India Distorted : A Study of British Historians on India, Vol. I, M.D Publications, New Delhi, 1995. 18. Mishra B.B, The Administrative History of India 1834-1947, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1970.

12

Course Code:

D H I S

5

0

1

Course Title:

ECONOMIC HISTORY OF INDIA

WEIGHTAGE CA ETE (Th.) 20 80

COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

Topics

Historiography, Environment and Economy UNIT 1

Historiography of the Pre-Colonial Economy – Ancient

UNIT 2

Historiography of the Pre-Colonial Economy – Medieval

UNIT 3

Historiography of the Colonial Economy

UNIT 4 Environmental Zones and Indian Economic History Emergence and Structure of Complex Economy UNIT 5

Origins of Agriculture, Animal Domestication, Craft Production to Urbanisation (case of the Harappan Civilization)

UNIT 6

Archaeology and Geography of Agricultural and Pastoral Communities of the Subcontinent to the Middle of the First Millennium B.C.

UNIT 7

Comparative Structures of Economies in Some Early States (Maurya, Kushana, Satavahana, Gupta)

UNIT 8

Patterns of Trade, Urbanisation and Linkages: North India (C. 600 BC-300 AD)

UNIT 9 Patterns of Trade, Urbanisation and Linkages: Peninsular India (C. 300 BC to AD 300) Early Medieval Economy and Its Continuities UNIT 10 The Feudalism Debate in Indian History UNIT 11

Organisation of Agricultural and Craft Production: North India, c. AD 550 – c. AD 1300

UNIT 12

Nature of Stratification and Regional Profiles of Agrarian Society in Early Medieval North India, c. AD 550 – c. AD 1300

UNIT 13

Organisation of Agricultural and Craft Production, Regional Profiles of Agrarian Society and Nature of Stratification: South India

UNIT 14

Trade, Trading Networking and Urbanisation: North India, c. AD 300 – c. AD 1300

UNIT 15 Exchange Networks, Merchant Organisation and Urbanisation: South India Expansion and Growth of Medieval Economy-1 UNIT 16

Agricultural Production 13

UNIT 17

Agrarian Structure: Relations

UNIT 18

Non-Agricultural Production

UNIT 19

Taxation

UNIT 20 Urban Centres in Medieval India Expansion and Growth of Medieval Economy-2 UNIT 21 UNIT 22

Inland and Maritime Trade Business Practices and Monetary History

UNIT 23

Technology and Economy

UNIT 24

Transport and Communication

UNIT 25 18th Century in Indian History Trade and Markets UNIT 26

Merchants and Markets: 1757-1857

UNIT 27 Colonialism and Trade: 1857-1947 The Rural Economy UNIT 28

Agrarian Policy and Land Rights

UNIT 29

Patterns of Commercialization

UNIT 30

Forest Economies and Colonial India

UNIT 31

Demographic Change and Agrarian Society in Colonial India

UNIT 32

Tribal Society and Colonial Economy

UNIT 33 The Question of Agrarian Growth and Stagnation Craft Production, Technological Change and Industrialization UNIT 34

The De-Industrialization Debate

UNIT 35

Craft Industries and Small Scale Production

UNIT 36

Patterns of Industrialization

UNIT 37

Technology, Science and Empire

UNIT 38

From Planned Economy to Globalisation

UNIT 39

The Political Economy of Liberalisation

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL.

14

Course Code:

D

H

I

S

5

0

2

Course Title: EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL STRUCTURES IN INDIA WEIGHTAGE CA ETE (Th.) 20 80

COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

Topics

Introductory UNIT 1 Reconstructing Ancient Society with Special Reference to Sources UNIT 2

Hunting-Gathering, Early Farming Society, Pastoralism

UNIT 3 Harappan Civilization and Other Chalcolithic Cultures Cultures in Transition UNIT 4 Societies Represented in Vedic Literature UNIT 5

Iron Age Cultures

UNIT 6

Socio-Religious Ferment in North-India: Buddhism and Jainism

UNIT 7 Emergence of Buddhist Central and Peninsular India Early Historic Societies: 6th Century B.C. To 4th Century A.D. UNIT 8

Urban Classes: Traders and Artisans, Extension of Agricultural Settlements

UNIT 9

Chaityas, Viharas and Their Interaction with Tribal Groups

UNIT 10

Early Tamil Society – Regions and their Cultures and Cult of Hero Worship

UNIT 11

Marriage and Family Life, Notions of Untouchability, Changing patterns in Varna and Jati

UNIT 12

Early Medieval Societies

UNIT 13

Transition to Early Medieval Societies\

UNIT 14

The Problem of Urban Decline: Agrarian Expansion, Land Grants And Growth of Intermediaries

UNIT 15

Proliferation and Consolidation of Castes & Jatis

UNIT 16 Religion in Society Medieval Society – 1 UNIT 17 Village Community UNIT 18

Rural Society: North India

UNIT 19

Rural Society: Peninsular India 15

Medieval Society – 2 UNIT 20 Clans and Confederacies in Western India UNIT 21

Urban Social Groups in North India

UNIT 22

Changing Social Structure in Peninsular India Socio-Religious Movements

UNIT 23

UNIT 24 The Eighteenth Century Society in Transition Modern Society UNIT 25 Perception of the Indian Social Structure by the Nationalist and Social Reformers UNIT 26

Studying Castes in the New Historical Context

UNIT 27

Pattern of Rural-Urban Mobility: Overseas Migration

UNIT 28 Social Structure in the Urban and Rural Areas Social Questions Under Colonialism UNIT 29 Colonial Forest Policies and Criminal Tribes UNIT 30

Gender/Women under Colonialism

UNIT 31

Social Discrimination

UNIT 32

Popular Protests and Social Structures

UNIT 33

Studying Tribes under Colonialism

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL.

16

Course Code:

D H I

S

5

0

3

Course Title:

HISTORY OF ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA

WEIGHTAGE CA ETE (Th.) 20 80

COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

Topics

Studying Ecology & Environment: An Introduction UNIT 1 Nature-Human Interface UNIT 2

Indian Landscape

UNIT 3 Sources of Study Environment and Early Societies UNIT 4 Resource Use and Human Societies UNIT 5

Hunting - Gathering

UNIT 6 Nomadic Pastoralism Environment and Agricultural Societies UNIT 7 Origins of Agriculture UNIT 8

River Valley Civilization

UNIT 9

Agricultural Diffusion and Regional Specificities – I

UNIT 10 Agricultural Diffusion and Regional Specificities – II Appropriation of Environment – Other Forms UNIT 11 Energy Resource UNIT 12

Water Resource

UNIT 13

Forest Resource

UNIT 14 Metal & Mineral Resources Indian Philosophy and Environment UNIT 15 Man-Nature Relationship UNIT 16

Conservation Through Ages

UNIT 17 Transitions Colonialism and Environment UNIT 18 Understanding of Environment

17

UNIT 19

Environmental Agenda

UNIT 20

Resource Management: Forests

UNIT 21 Resource Management: Water Modern Concerns UNIT 22 Development and Environmental Concerns UNIT 23

Biodiversity

UNIT 24

Environmental Resources and Patents

UNIT 25

Alternatives

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL.

18

Course Code:

D H

I S

5

0

4

Course Title:

WOMEN IN INDIAN HISTORY

CA 20 COURSE CONTENTS: Sr. No.

WEIGHTAGE ETE (Th.) 80

Topics

UNIT 1

Approaches: Liberal, Marxist, Socialist

UNIT 2

Approaches: Radical, Post-modern

UNIT 3

Sources: Archival

UNIT 4

Sources: Non-Archival

UNIT 5

Religion and Women: Brahmanical and non-Brahmanical

UNIT 6

Religion and Women: Jainism, Buddhism

UNIT 7

Religion and Women: Islam, Sikhism

UNIT 8

Religion and Women: Christianity

UNIT 9

Socio-Religious Reform movements and Women

UNIT 10

Customary and legal status in ancient India

UNIT 11

Customary and legal status in medieval India

UNIT 12

Customary and legal status in Colonial India

UNIT 13

Customary and legal status in post independence India

UNIT 14

Women and Education in ancient India

UNIT 15

Women and Education in medieval India

UNIT 16

Women and Education in colonial India

UNIT 17

Women and Education in independent India

UNIT 18

Women at work: Organized sectors

UNIT 19

Women at work: unorganized sectors

UNIT 20

Role of women in Indian economy

UNIT 21

Women’s organizations: Colonial- local, provincial, national

UNIT 22

Women’s organizations: Post- Independence

UNIT 23

Women and Political Participation: Gandhian Satyagraha, Revolutionary movements

19

UNIT 24

Women and Political Participation: Peasant and Worker’s movements

UNIT 25

Women and Political Participation: Panchayats and municipal councils, State legislatures and Parliament

UNIT 26

Indian thinkers and women issues

UNIT 27

Women’s representation and participation in literature, art and sculpture

UNIT 28

Women’s representation and participation in music, dance, films, theatre

UNIT 29

Women’s representation and participation in historical writing, media

READINGS: SELF LEARNING MATERIAL.

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