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How did the East India Company slowly become the colonial state?Programmes BA in History Elective Colonialism and ReligionThe impact of colonial expansion on religious traditions. Core Doing HistoryWhat is history? How is it done and with what timeline?Programmes BA in History Core Empires, Imperialisms and Colonialisms: c.1500-1950What were the historical processes leading to the formation of colonies in the Americas, Africa and the Middle East?Programmes BA in History Elective Empires, Imperialisms and Colonialisms: c.1500-1950What were the historical processes leading to the formation of colonies in the Americas, Africa and the Middle East? Elective History and the Idea of IndiaDoes history matter? A look at this question through histories of India. Elective History from the MarginsLooking at the margins of historical writing, to find marginalised and subaltern pasts. Core History of the PresentKey ideas that have shaped Independent India. Programmes BA in History Core Indian Ocean WorldsIdeas, culture and trade across continents.Programmes BA in History Elective Islam in a Global PerspectiveUnderstanding Islam as religious thought, practice and a global phenomena. Core Medieval IndiaMillennial Transformations: State and Society in Medieval and Early Modern India, c.800‑1800.Programmes BA in History Elective Rethinking the Border: Understanding the Western HimalayasThe long history of frontiers and borderlands of the Western Himalayas. Elective Science, Technology, and Society: Past and PresentDebates on science and technology in the contemporary world. Elective South Asian Feminisms in Historical PerspectiveLooking at feminisms across South Asia, and the discrete historical experiences of caste patriarchy, religious nationalism, and social reform. Elective State and Society in Pre-Colonial India (c.800-1800)What was pre-colonial India like? Core State and Society in Pre-Colonial India (c.800-1800)What was pre-colonial India like? Elective The Intellectual and Cultural Aspects of ModernityHow did modernity come to be in India and what shaped it as it is? Elective Themes in Labour HistoryA history of labour in India across different contexts and different times. Elective Theories and Histories of NonviolenceHow can nonviolent thoughts and actions survive in times of violence?