Over time he has developed unique skills and designs that have created his signature style of weaving-subtle combinations of weft hues with multicoloured warps. He has also used secular motifs as well as traditional ones.
Section This course focuses on issues related to colonial encounters over time, space and geographies. The course is organized around issues that emerge from thinking about the past and present of colonialism and how those encounters affect and frame epistemological as well as ontological questions.
We will explore the themes and lines of thought that are helpful in thinking about our contemporary conditions in terms of colonial history. As such, this course examines different types of colonialisms in their various forms and iterations over time and space and their attendant narrations and stories regarding the relationship to the past and present.
This course is also about the various ways, means and methods that colonized people s confront ed colonial violence, domination, and other forms of power. Throughout the semester we ask questions related to histories of colonialisms, comparative colonial settings, settler colonial trajectories, and indigenous responses to settler power.
The course will travel in theory and space, in terms of geography and temporality, while prioritizing a focus on the Middle East. War, Genocide, and the Aftermath MDES GU Section This level course examines how societies grapple with the legacy of mass violence, through an exploration of historical texts, memoirs, textbooks, litigation, and media reports and debates on confronting the past.
Focusing on case studies of the Herero Genocide, the Armenian genocide during WWI, and the Holocaust and the Comfort Women during WWII, students investigate the crime and its sequelae, looking at how societies deal with skeletons in their closets engaging in silence, trivialization, rationalization, and denial to acknowledgment, apology, and repair ; surveying responses of survivors and their descendants with particular attention to intergeneration transmission of trauma, forgiveness, resentment, and the pursuit of redress ; and dissecting public debates on modern day issues that harken back to past atrocities.
MDES W or the instructor's permission. Students must have a good familiarity with the Hebrew verb system, and the ability to read a text without vowels. This course focuses on central identities shaping Israeli society and is designed to give students extensive experience in reading Hebrew.
Through selected readings of contemporary literary works and media texts, students will increase their proficiency in Hebrew and enhance their understanding of Israeli culture and society.
All readings, written assignments, and class discussions are in Hebrew. In this course students become familiar with major Hindi genres and texts from c. Students develop their skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as working with advanced grammar topics and learning new idioms.
This course is a literary course, with in-depth exposure to some of the finest works of classical and modern Urdu prose and poetry. In the fall semester, our focus will be on some of the most famous Urdu short stories while, in the spring semester, we will focus on various genres of Urdu poetry.
The content may change each semester. This course is open to both undergraduates and graduates. Topics include morality, mysticism, devotion, desire, kingship, heroism, homosocial relations, and homoerotic practices.
The focus is largely on Persianate contexts, in conversation with broader South Asian and Islamic studies. This discussion seminar is designed for graduate and advanced undergraduate students, with some previous background in South Asian, Islamic, or gender studies.
This course deals with authentic Ottoman texts from the early 18th and 19th centuries. The class uses Turkish as the primary language for instruction, and students are expected to translate assigned texts into Turkish or English.
A reading packet will include various authentic archival materials in rika, talik and divani styles. Whenever possible, students will be given texts that are related to their areas of interest. Various writing styles will be dealt with on Ottoman literature, history, and archival documents.
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