Social and Political Geographies of South Asia

JSIS A 438/ 436
  • Quarters: Autumn
  • General Education Requirements: I&S

Introduces the social and political geographies of South Asia through reference to agrarian change in India. Outlines key concepts related to the reproduction of inequality in the region, particularly theories of caste, class, gender, and religious communalism, and examines the mechanisms through which these inequalities are reproduced in South Asia.