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For over 25 years, The Great Courses has brought the world’s foremost educators to millions who want to go deeper into the subjects that matter most. No exams. No homework. Just a world of knowledge available anytime, anywhere. Download or stream to your laptop or PC, or use our free mobile apps for iPad, iPhone, or Android. Over 550 courses available at www.TheGreatCourses.com. A History of India Taught by Professor Michael H. Fisher OBERLIN COLLEGE LECTURE TITLES 1. Earliest History of the Indian Subcontinent 2. Migration and the Adivasi 3. Indus Valley Civilization 4. Indo-European Vedic Culture 5. Caste: Varna and Jati 6. Epic Literature: Ramayana 7. Epic History: Mahabharata 8. Dharma in the Bhagavad Gita 9. The Origins and Rise of Jainism 10. The Origins and Rise of Buddhism 11. The Mauryan Empire 12. Ashoka’s Imperial Buddhism 13. Deccani and Southern States 14. Northwest and North India 15. Brahmanic Synthesis 16. Indian Parsis, Jews, and Christians 17. Islam Comes to India 18. Indian Sultans 19. The Early Mughal Empire 20. The Reign of Emperor Akbar 21. Later Mughal Emperors 22. The Mughals and the Marathas 23. Competing European Empires 24. The British East India Company 25. The Issues and Events of 1857 26. The British Raj and Early Nationalism 27. India and Indians in the World 28. Mahatma Gandhi 29. Nationalists Ambedkar, Bose, and Jinnah 30. The Partition of 1947 31. West and East Pakistan 32. The New Pakistan 33. Independent Bangladesh 34. India under Nehru 35. Modernizing India 36. South Asia into the 21st Century A History of India Course no. 8350 | 36 lectures (30 minutes/lecture) Delve into the Epic Tale of India India—along with its neighbors Pakistan and Bangladesh—is home to some of the world’s oldest, greatest, and most successful civilizations. Over the past 5,000 years, the subcontinent has been home to a rich tapestry of peoples and cultures. Embark on a breathtaking survey of South Asia from its earliest societies along the Indus and Ganges rivers through the modern challenges of the 21st century. Taught by Professor Michael H. Fisher of Oberlin University, these 36 in-depth lectures enable you to understand the epic scope of the subcontinent’s history. True to its history, South Asia remains one of the world’s most important clusters of civilizations, and it will continue to play an integral role in humanity’s ongoing story. A History of India is a must-have course for understanding this powerful region and its profound influence on the rest of the globe. Offer expires 12/08/16 THEGREATCOURSES.COM/8SUN 1-800 -832-2412 SAVE UP TO $270 DVD $384.95 NOW $114.95 CD $284.95 NOW $84.95 +$15 Shipping, Processing, and Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee Priority Code: 132593 LIMITEDT IM EOFFERORDERBY D ECEMBER8 70% off