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Figure 1. Britain, South Asia: Entangled Histories ,.

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The course will take a long view of the cultural relationships between London and South Asia covering topics from the eighteenth century through to the present day. Lectures will include encountering:.

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No prior art historical knowledge is necessary. Each lecture will be accompanied by a discussion led by the course convenors.


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