HIST28:
Gandhi: Nonviolence, Resistance, Truth

About the Course:

Gandhi: revolutionary, politician, thinker. And saint? Studies the ideas and acts of the man credited with liberating India from colonial rule through nonviolent resistance. Controversial throughout his life, Gandhi continues to be fought over in India today. Emphases include: his religious persona; his intellectual contexts, both Indian and Western; nonviolence in theory and practice; Gandhi’s legacy to social justice movements in this country; and criticism from different angles. There will be movies.  

Pre-requisites:

No pre-requisites have been entered for this course.

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