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HIST 365 Science and State Power: Colonialism 4.0 Credits

This course will introduce students to the history of how science was practiced in colonial India and its relation to state power. Students will learn how developments in natural and social sciences were related to civilizing mission, how bodies became sites of governance in the colony, and the lasting legacy of scientific research in the postcolonial atomic state of India.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Elementary Education: Non-Certification

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...ENGL 200 [ WI ] - ENGL 365 + Suggested Electives: CRTV...PSY 320 3.0 HIST 275 3.0...

Minor in STEM Education

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...Significance of Mathematics or HIST 285 Technology in...Exceptional Students or EDUC 365 Foundations in Instructing...

DragonsTeach Certification Minor

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...Significance of Mathematics or HIST 285 Technology in...Students 3.0 EDUC 365 Foundations in Instructing...

DragonsTeach Math Certification Minor

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...Significance of Mathematics or HIST 285 Technology in...Students 3.0 EDUC 365 Foundations in Instructing...

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