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ASIAN 4462: Religion, Colonialism & Nationalism in South and Southeast Asia
About Course Student Info

Instructor Contact Info:
NameProf. Anne M. Blackburn
Room346 Rockefeller Hall
Office HoursSee syllabus & Blackboard site
One previous course at 3300-level or above in ASIAN, RELST, HIST, or ANTH, or permission of instructor.
Course Objectives
Taught as a seminar, the course engages recent theoretical work, and historical and ethnographic studies, on the relations between religion, colonialism and nation formation in South and Southeast Asian contexts. We will identify and evaluate the central claims and arguments made by some influential scholars working in this area. Opportunities will be made for students to explore research of interest to them in the light of the materials read and discussed for the seminar.
Course Syllabus
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