HIST 3489: Democracy and popular politics in India

3 Credits

Democracy is not only a political order; it is also a popular culture and politics. This course explores three tumultuous moments of this politics and culture in India: the pluralist nationalism which characterized Gandhian nonviolence and the Indian constitution, the majoritarianism that was often this pluralism’s undertow, and Hindutva or Hindu supremacism, the now dominant populist ideology.

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