CHS Courses

ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY

M.A. Ist Semester Lecture Courses

Course No.Credit                        TitleTeacher Name
M 114014Ancient Society (Compulsory Course)RM
M 214214State Power & Legitimacy in Anc. India: The Gupta DynastyKC
M 214224Economic History of Early IndiaRC/RM
M 614014Devotion and Dissent in Indian HistoryVR

M.A. IIIrd Semester Lecture Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 11403
4
Capitalism & Colonialism (Compulsory Course)JN&AM
M 11404
4
Historical Method (Compulsory Course)NB
M 61401
4
Devotion and Dissent in Indian HistoryVB
M 23201
2
Introductory SanskritHT

Non-Indian History Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 44416
4
Medicine and Colonialism (Post-1800 CE)BC

All students have to do two non-Indian history courses (8 credits) over the four semesters of their M.A. You are advised to opt for one in this semester.

M.Phil Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 122012Historiography (Compulsory for JNU M.A. doing M.Phil) 
P 112042Historical Methods (Compulsory for Non JNU M.A. doing M.Phil)NB

M.Phil Seminar Courses

P 22405

 

4

 

Society & Economic in Early India

 

RC
P 22406

 

4

 

Religion and Society in Early India

 

RM
P 22411
4

 

Aspects of Economic History

 

VR
P 22414

 

4

 

Historical Archaeology

 

SV
P 22416
4

 

Mythology & Cosmology in Early India

 

KC

M.Phil Lecture Courses

P 11201

 

2

 

Ancient Society

 

RM
P 11203

 

2
Capitalism & Colonialism

 

JN&AM
P 21221
2

 

State Power & Legitimacy in Anc. India: The Gupta Dynasty

 

KC
P 21222

 

2

 

Economic History of Early India

 

RC/RM
P 61201
2
Devotion and Dissent in Indian History

 

VR

M.Phil SLanguage Courses

P 23201

 

2

 

Introductory SanskritHT
P 23203
2
Advanced Sanskrit-I

 

HT

 

MEDIEVAL INDIAN HISTORY

M.A. Ist Semester Lecture Courses

All courses listed below are compulsory

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 11401
4
Ancient SocietyRM
M 31405
4
Rural Society in Medieval IndiaRD
M 31406
4
State in Medieval India-INH
M 31407
4
State in Medieval India-IIUK

M.A. IIIrd Semester Lecture Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 11403
4
Capitalism & Colonialism (Compulsory Course)JN & AM
M 11404
4
Historical Method (Compulsory Course)NB
M 31412
4
Towns, Town Life and Urbanization in Med. IndiaPM
M 31421
4
Gender and Society: Women in Medieval India 13th to 18th CenturiesJP
M 33201
2
Introductory Persian (Optional)CH

Non-Indian History Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 444164Medicine and Colonialism (Post-1800 CE)BC

All students have to do two non-Indian history courses (8 credits) over the four semesters of their M.A. You are advised to opt for one in this semester.

M.Phil Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 122012Historiography (Compulsory for JNU M.A. doing M.Phil) 
P 112042Historical Methods (Compulsory for Non JNU M.A. doing M.Phil)NB

M.Phil Seminar Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 324054Trade & Commerce in Medieval IndiaYS
P 324064Selected Documents of Mughal IndiaNH
P 324074Political History of a Limited Period or RegionJP
P 324094Social Structure of a RegionRD
P 324134Problems of Urbanization 1600-1750PM
P 324154Aspects of Social Ideology of Med. IndiaUK

M.Phil Lecture Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 112032Capitalism & ColonialismJN & AM
P 112012Ancient SocietyRM
P 312012Rural Society in Medieval IndiaRD
P 312062State in Medieval India-INH
P 312072State in Medieval India-IIUK
P 312122Towns, Townlife and Urbanization in Med. IndiaPM

M.Phil Language Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 332012Introductory Persian (Compulsory Course)CH
P 332032Advanced Persian (Compulsory Course)CH

 

MODERN INDIAN HISTORY

M.A. Ist Semester Lecture Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 11401
4
Ancient Society (Compulsory Course)RM
M 41403
4
Indian National Movement 1858-1905MM
M 41409
4
Growth of Indian CapitalismAM
M 41414
4
The Colonial State: 1857-1947IK
M 41423
4
Women in Colonial IndiaJA

M.A. IIIrd Semester Lecture Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 11403
4
Capitalism & Colonialism (Compulsory Course)JN&AM
M 11404
4
Historical Method (Compulsory Course)NB
M 41411
4
Communist Movement in India 1920-1972BJ
M 41423
4
Women in Colonial IndiaJA
M 43202
2
Introductory BengaliSG

Non-Indian History Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
M 44416
4
Medicine and Colonialism (Post-1800 CE)BC

All students have to do two non-Indian history courses (8 credits) over the four semesters of their M.A. You are advised to opt for one in this semester.

M.Phil Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 122012Historiography (Compulsory for JNU M.A. doing M.Phil) 
P 112042Historical Methods (Compulsory for Non JNU M.A. doing M.Phil)NB

M.Phil Seminar Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 424014Problems in Economic History of Modern India – IJN
P 424034Problems in Intellectual History Modern India-IJA
P 424054Aspects of Colonial Policies-IBC
P 424074Aspects of Indian National Movement-IMM
P 424094Problems in Social Change in Modern India-IIK
P 424114Problems of Modern Agrarian History of India-ISD
P 424174Popular Protest and Politics 1919-1947SM
P 424184Religion, Politics and State in 20th Century IndiaBJ
P 424194Political Economy of India up to 1947AM
P 454034Aspects of Historical StudiesNB

M.Phil Lecture Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 112032Capitalism & ColonialismJN & AM
P 112012Ancient SocietyRM
P 412032Indian National Movement 1858-1905MM
P 412092Growth of Indian CapitalismAM
P 412112Communist Movement in India 1920-1972BJ
P 412192Women in Colonial IndiaJA
P 442132Medicine and Colonialism (Post-1800 CE)BC

M.Phil Lecture Courses

Course No.CreditTitleCourse Instructor
P 432092Introductory BengaliSG
P 432112Advanced BengaliSG
P 432022Introductory BengaliSG

 

  1. ARCHAEOLOGY OF EARLY SOUTH ASIA
  2. THEORIES, METHODS AND PRACTICES IN ARCHAEOLOGY WINTER 2019
  3. Households in Ancient Societies
  4. Aspects of Ancient Indian Social History
  5. Social History of Early India
  6. Source of Early Indian History
  7. HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY
  8. Seminar Course: HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY
  9. Ancient Society
  10. Art and Architecture
  11. Texts and Traditions of Early India
  12. Religion and Society in Early India
  13. Aspects of Early Sri Lankan History, c. 3 rd century BCE – 13th century CE
  14. THE CŌḺA STATE
  15. State and Society in the Central Islamic Lands
  16. HISTORY OF EARLY INDIAN PHILOSOPHICAL IDEAS
  17. Society, Economyand Polity: 18thCentury India
  18. Catholic Religious Frontiers in India and Asia (16th-18thcenturies)
  19. GenderandSociety:Womenin MedievalIndia,13th to 18thCenturies
  20. Memory, History and Narratives:Medieval India
  21. Trade and Commerce in Medieval India( Seminar paper)
  22. State in Medieval India I
  23. State in Medieval India-II
  24. Cultural Development and Architecture and Painting
  25. Culture and Festivity(Seminar Course)
  26. Religion and Society in Medieval India
  27. The Modern City: Sites ofAccumulation, Planning, and Citizenship
  28. Aspects of Social History
  29. Crime, law and order in colonial India(1765-1924) –
  30. Medicine and Colonialism
  31. Movement and Migration, from empire to nation states
  32. Women in Colonial India
  33. Women in Ireland:Reforms,Movementsand Revolutions (1840-1930)
  34. Tribes’ and History:Categories,Communities and Practices (19th and 20th Century)
  35. Crime, law and order incolonial India
  36. Capitalism and Colonialism
  37. Work, Culture and Politics