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Published by Sindhu Raj, 2019-07-02 06:04:19

SJC History V & VI Sem 2017-2020

SJC History V & VI Sem 2017-2020

ST. JOSEPH’S COLLEGE

(AUTONOMOUS)

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

V SEMESTER

HS 5115 : ADMINISTRATIVE, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC
HISTORY OF 19th C INDIA

[2017 - 2020]

UNIT – I :

Introduction - Orientalist Discovery of India (William Jones, Colebrooke, Max Muller);

Consolidation of the British Rule - Colonial Encounter (Subsidiary Alliance - Doctrine of Lapse)

- Ideology of the Raj (Survey Method, Manuals, Gazetteer). (15 hrs)

UNIT – II :

British Land Revenue Mechanism – [Permanent Settlement – Ryotwari – Mahalwari
systems] – Economic Drain Theory – Tribal and Peasant Movements.

(10 hrs)

UNIT – III :

Educational and Judicial Reforms - Macaulayan Minutes of 1835 - Filtration Theory -
Debate on Education - Growth of University Education (Woods Despatch, Hunters Commission
Report - University Act of 1904).

Judicial Reforms - Ilbert Bill - Cornwallis Code.

(10 hrs)

UNIT – IV :

Socio - Religious Reform Movements - Brahmo Samaj (Raja Ram Mohan Roy) - Arya

Samaj (Dayananda Saraswati) - Ramakrishna Mission (Swami Vivekananda) - Aligarh

Movement (Syed Ahmed Ali Khan) - Jyotiba Phule & Kudmul Rangarao. (20 hrs)

MAP : 5 hours

Places of Historical Importance :

1. Mangalore 2. Calcutta 3. Ranchi 4. Kittur 5. Delhi 6. Madras 7. Satara

8. Surat 9. Pondicherry 10. Goa 11. Poona 12. Hyderabad 13. Jhansi

14. Bombay 15. Allahabad 16. Dacca 17. Kanpur 18. Lahore 19. Aligarh

20. Kanyakumari.


Books for study and Reference :

1. Sumith Sarkar : Modern India
2. Percival Spear : Modern India
3. A.R. Desai : Social Background of Indian Nationalism
4. J.P. Andrews : The Renaissance in India
5. C.Y. Chinthamani : Indian Politics Since the Mutiny
6. Annie Besant : India A Nation
7. R.C. Majumdar : History of Political Thought from Ram Mohan to Dayananda
8. Bipin Chandra, Barunde & Amalesh Tripathi : Modern India (NCERT)
9. Jawaharlal Nehru : Discovery of India
10. Ravindra Kumar : Essays on the Social History of Modern India.
11. Bernard S Kohen : Colonialism and its Forces of Knowledge.
12. Metcalfe Thomas : Ideologies of the Raj.
13. David Koff : British Orientalism and Indian Renaissance.
14. Shekhar Bhandopadhyaya : Plassey to Partition.
15. Irfan Habib : British Economy.

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V SEMESTER

HS 5215 : HISTORY OF EUROPE [1453-1919]

[2017 - 2020]

UNIT – I :

Renaissance : Its social roots, Humanism and its spread in Europe : Art ; Reformation : Origin

and causes - Lutheranism ; Counter Reformation : Effects ;

Colonial Expansion - Motives, Voyages, Explorations :

Early Colonial Empires - Portugal and Spain; Shift of Economic balance from the Mediterranean

to the Atlantic. (15 hrs)

UNIT – II :
Industrial Revolution – its impact – Rise of Capitalism and Socialism – Karl Marx.

(8 hrs)

UNIT – III :

The French Revolution – crisis of the old regime – Intellectual currents – participation of social

classes - Economic Factors - Consequences - Reforms of Napoleon Bonaparte ; Growth of

Liberalism. (20 hrs)

UNIT – IV :

Nationalism and Unification Movements : Italy and Germany – Bismarck’s Foreign Policy –

I World War – Russian Revolution. (12 hrs)

MAP : 5 hours

Places of Historical Importance :

1. Constantinople 2. Rome 3. Venice 4. Naples 5. Milan 6. Genoa

7. Paris 8. Berlin 9. Madrid 10. Vienna 11. Waterloo 12. Versailles

13. Leipzig 14. Moscow 15. London 16. Piedmont 17. Alsace

18. Serajevo 19. Geneva 20. Frankfurt.

Books for study and reference :

1. J.A.R. Marriott : A History of Europe
2. J. M. Thompson : The French Revolution
3. Eric Hobsbawn : The Age of Empire 1875-1914
4. Eric Hobsbawn : The Age of Extremes


5. Eric Hobsbawn : A History of the World 1914-1921

6. Eric Hobsbawn : The Age of Capital 1848 – 1875

7. Eric Hobsbawn : The Age of Revolution 1789-1875

8. D. Thomson : Europe since Napoleon

9. A. Dayal : A Text Book of Modern Europe

10. C.D.M. Ketelbey : A Short History of Modern Europe
11. C.D.M. Ketelbey : A History of Europe in Modern Times from 1789
12. J.R. Hale : Renaissance Europe 1480-1520
13. C.J.H. Hayes : Contemporary World from 1870
14. A.J.Grant : Europe in the Last Five Centuries
15. J.E. Swain : A History of World Civilizations
16. H.K.Smith : The State of Europe

OR

V SEMESTER

HS 5315 : HISTORY OF CHINA AND JAPAN
SINCE 1900

[2017 - 2020]

UNIT – I :

European interest in China - Opium Wars - I Sino japanese War of 1894-95 - Hundred

Day Reforms - Open Door Policy - Boxer Rebellion of 1900 - Reform period).

Revolution of 1911 - Causes & Results - Phantom Republic. (15 hrs)

UNIT – II :

Rise of Kuomintang Party – Dr. Sun Yat Sen and the Three Principles – Chiang Kai Sheik

and Nationalist China – Origin and Growth of Communist party – Mao Tse Tung – Civil War in

China – People’s Republic of China. (15 hrs)

UNIT – III :

Japan - Rise of Nationalism - Meiji Restoration – Emergence of Japan as a World Power –

Anglo Japanese Alliance (1902) – Russo Japanese War of 1904-05. (10 hrs)


UNIT – IV :

Japanese imperialism and the I World War – Washington Conference of 1921-22

– Militant Nationalism in Japan – Japan and the II World War – Allied occupation of Japan –

Post War Japan. (15 hrs)

MAP : 5 hours

Places of Historical Importance :

1. Peking 2. Shensi 3. Manchuria 4. Honkong 5. Tokyo 6. Kwangtung

7. Nanking 8. Shantung 9. Hunan 10. Nagasaki 11. Canton

12. Macao 13. Mukden 14. Hiroshima 15. Pearl Harbour 16. Shanghai

17. Portauthor 18. Liotung Peninsula 19. Shimonaseki 20. Formosa

Books for study and reference :

1. Modern Japan – Arthur Tiedmann
2. History of the Far East in Modern Times – Shivakumar and S Jain
3. Rise and Growth of Modern Japan – M.D. David
4. Rise and Growth of Modern China – M.D. David
5. Modern China – D. Nelson Rowee
6. History of Japan – A.K. Mukherjee
7. History of the Far East – R.K.Majumdar
8. History of Modern Japan – R. S. Chaurasia
9. History of Far East – R.S. Chaurasia
10. History of Asia – B.V. Rao
11. Asia and Western Dominence – K.M.Panikkar
12. The Far East – P.H.Clyde and B.F. Beers
13. History of Modern China – R.S. Gupta
14. History of the Far East – K.S. Latourtte.

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VI SEMESTER

HS 6112 : INDIAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE AND
INDEPENDENCE

[2017 - 2020]

UNIT – I :
Revolt of 1857 - Factors for the Rise of Nationalism - Indian National Congress - Early

phase, Gokhale - Rise of Hindu Nationalism - Muslim League - Tilak and Annie Besant.
(15 hrs)

UNIT – II :

Towards mass mobilisation - Non Co-operation Movement - Simon Commission - Round

Table Conferences - Constitutional Changes (1909, 1919, 1935) - Ambedkar and the Dalit

Movement. (10 hrs)

UNIT – III :

Towards Freedom - The Civil Disobedience Movement - Labour and Peasant Movements

- II World War - Quit India Movement - Two Nation Theory - Indian National Army -

Mountbatten Plan - Indian Independence Act. (20 hrs)

UNIT - IV :

Partition and its aftermath - Integration of Princely States - The Making of the

Constitution. (10 hrs)

MAP : 5 hours

Places of Historical Importance :

1. Dandi 2. Naokali 3. Mahad 4. Belgaum 5. Kashmir 6. Junagadh

7. Hyderabad 8. Mysore 9. Haripura 10. Chauri Chaura 11. Dhaka

12. Jallianwala Bagh (Amritsar) 13. Delhi 14. Simla 15. Karachi 16. Ankola

17. Ahmedabad. 18. Nagpur 19. Tiruvananthapuram 20. Champaran.


Books for Study and reference :

1. Indian Struggle for Independence : Bipin Chandra & et. al.
2. Indian National Movement : L. P. Sharma
3. A New Look on Modern Indian History : B. L. Grover
4. Freedom Struggle by Bipin Chandra, amales Tripati and Barun De.
5. History of the Freedom Movement in India : 3 Volumes by R C Majumdar.
6. The Indian Nationalist Movement (1885 - 1947) : B N Pandey.
7. A History of India Vol II : Percival Spear.
8. The Transfer of Power in India : E W R Lumby.
9. Towards India’s Freedom and Partition : S R Mehrotra.
10. Modern India : S N Sen.
11. An Advanced History of India : R C Majumdar, Rayachaudhuri and Datta.
12. India after Independence (1947 - 2000) : Bipin Chandra, Mridula Mukherji & Aditya

Mukherjee.
13. Shekhar Bhandopadhyaya : Plassey to Partition.

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VI SEMESTER

HS 6212 : MODERN WORLD

[2017 - 2020]

UNIT – I :

Rise of Dictatorships - Fascism and Nazism – Factors leading to II World War –

Results. (12 hrs)

UNIT - II :

U.N.O.- Achievements and Failures (Suez Crisis, Korean Problem, Vietnam Crisis, Cuban
Missile Crisis).

Bi polar world – Cold War – NATO – Warsaw Pact – Regional Alliances (SEATO, CENTO)

- USSR & Stalinist era - Question of Disarmament - NPT, CTBT.

End of Cold War – Uni polar world (18 hrs)

UNIT - III : (15hrs)

Arab Israeli Conflicts - Yaseer Arafat
Afghan Civil War
Disintegration of Soviet Union - Mikhail Gorbachev.
Gulf Crisis - Iran Iraq War - Kuwait war - Saddam Hussein

UNIT – IV :
The New Trends – Ecology and Environment – Contemporary Concerns – the Earth

summit at Rio – Gender issues and Global concern – Human Rights – Terrorism and its Impact.
(10 hrs)

MAP : 5 hours

Places of Historical Importance :
1. Bandung 2. Paris 3. Baghdad 4. Johannesburg 5. Beirut 6. Moscow
7. Kabul 8. Helsinki 9. Seoul 10. Kuwait 11. Dunkirk 12. Geneva
13. Berlin 14. Belgrade 15. Camp David 16. Rio 17. Colombo
18. Tel Aviv 19. Hiroshima 20. Hanoi.

Books for study and reference :

1. Agosin M (Ed.) : Women, Gender and Human Rights : A Global Perspective
2. Symonides J : New Dimensions and Challenges to Human Rights
3. Lobo Nancy : Globalisation, Hindu Nationalism and Christians in India


4. Went R : Globalisation
5. Vyas V S. (Ed.) : Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries
6. Evan T : Politics of Human Rights
7. Jogdand & Michael : Globalisation and Social Movements
8. Cohen R : Global Social Movements
9. Jain and Hexamer : Nuclearization in South Asia
10. S.K.Ray : Refugees and Human Rights
11. Bimal Chakraborty : The United Nations and the Third World – Shifting Paradigms
12. Kathleen C Bailey (Ed.) : Weapons of Mass Destruction
13. Partha S. Ghosh : Co-operation and Conflict in South Asia
14. A. C. Roy : International Affairs since 1919
15. A.K. Sen : International Relations since 1919
16. Prakash Chandra, Prem Arora : Comparative Politics and International Relations.

OR

VI SEMESTER

HS 6312 : HISTORY OF WEST ASIA SINCE 1900 A.D.
[2017 - 2020]

UNIT – I :
Introduction – European interest in West Asia.

Turkey – Young Turk Movement – Mustafa Kemal Pasha – The Modernisation of Turkey – Post

war Turkey (15 hrs)

UNIT – II :
Iraq – Rise of Nationalism – Anglo Iraq Treaty 1930 – Kuwait war and America

Iran – conditions of Iran – Reza Shah Pahlavi – Economic Reforms – Post War politics – The

Oil Crisis – Khomeni & the Islamic Revolution. (15 hrs)

UNIT – III :

Arab Nationalism – I World War and Arab Nations – Mandate System – Saudi Arabia and the

Arab League (10 hrs)

UNIT – IV :

Zionist Movement – Balfour Declaration of 1917 – Jews and the II World War– Birth of Israel

– Arab Israeli Conflicts - Yasser Arafat and PLO. (15 hrs)


MAP : 5 hours

Places of Historical Importance :

1. Ankara 2. Damascus 3. Mosul 4. Constantinople 5. Beirut 6. Jeddah
7. Mecca 8. Medina 9. Tel Aviv 10. Cairo 11. Palestine 12. Riyadh 13. Baghdad
14. Jerusalem 15. Tikrit 16. Suez Canal 17. Tehran 18. Amman 19. Basra
20. Tabriz

Books for study and reference :

1. History of Asia – B.V. Rao
2. History of the Far East in Modern Times – Vinacke Harold M
3. Modern Iran – Peter Avery
4. The Middle East and the West – Louis Bernard
5. A Short History of the Middle East – G.E. Kirk
6. The Super Powers and Middle East – T.C. Bose
7. History of the Middle East – R. K. Majumdar
8. History of Middle East – R. S. Chaurasia
9. Sheik Ali & Muddachari - History of Modern Asia.
10. The Arabs’ by Peter Mansfield.

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