Asian and Asian American Studies: India
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Here is a list of books available in the PCC Library. some are print only, others are available as ebooks. Check the item format listed at the top of each record. This search will show you just the ebooks on Indian history that are available to you.
Watch these streaming videos on India (access restricted by license to PCC students/staff/faculty):
This documentary traces the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi from London, where he studied law, to South Africa, where he established his first ashram, to India, where he worked tirelessly for independence.
This program looks at identity and the roots of India's famous "unity in diversity."
What Does India Think?
What Does India Think? Is a November 2015 report from the European Council on Foreign Relations. There are a collection of essays, including: "What Does India Think?"; "India's Gandhian Foreign Policy"; "The India That Made Modi"; "The Challenges of Basic Education in India"; "What Do India's Citizens Want?" "Can Modi Deliver Good Governance?"; "India's Politics and the Poor"; "The False Debate on India's Energy Consumption"; "Imagining Smart Cities in India" ; "India's Strategic Opportunities" ; "India's Strategic Diffidence"; "China, India, Pakistana nd a Stable Regional Order"; "Modi's Approach to China and Pakistan" and "The FTA: A Strategic Call for the EU and India?"