Course Outcome

CO1. Understand the analytical frame of Intersectionality

CO2. Differentiate the interlocking matrices of class, race, caste, sexual orientation, gender

CO3. Understand the nature of Standpoint Epistemology and its importance in doing

Intersectional histories

CO4. Differentiate the theories of Marxist Feminism, Black Feminism, Dalit Feminism, Queer Feminisms

CO5. Summarise the Feminist, Dalit and Queer critiques of historical knowledge

CO6. Produce a synopsis/ research paper/assignment for writing Dalit, Queer or Women’s history


Course Outcomes: Credits:4

Course Outcomes

CO1. Understand the writing of history of the early Greeks, Romans and the Church historians

CO2. Differentiate the conceptual shifts from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment

CO3. Evaluate the nature of the modern discipline of history

CO4. Differentiate the theories of Positivism, Marxism, Annales School, Discourse Analysis and

Postcolonial theory

CO5. Determine the departures that happened with the coming of Postmodern interventions

CO6. Critique the power presences involved in writing histories

Course Outcomes: Credits:4

Course Outcomes

CO1. Understand the writing of history of the early Greeks, Romans and the Church historians

CO2. Differentiate the conceptual shifts from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment

CO3. Evaluate the nature of the modern discipline of history

CO4. Differentiate the theories of Positivism, Marxism, Annales School, Discourse Analysis and

Postcolonial theory

CO5. Determine the departures that happened with the coming of Postmodern interventions

CO6. Critique the power presences involved in writing histories