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Document 1731935
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Abstract
BA lslamic History Programme
- Double Main - under Choice Based Credit Semester system in
affiliated colleges - syllabus revised - implemented with effect from201,2
admission - approvedimplemented- orders issued.
UNTVERSITY OF CALTCUT (c & A - lv - B)
U.O.No. L9521201-3|CU
Dated, Calicut University.p.O, 06.06,2013
Read:-1.. U.O No. cALtJ2t36O1l08 (Vot il) dated 19_06_2009
2. U.O No. GA|V/B7t6062t05 dated 23_06_2009
3. U.O No. GAtV/B2t368t09 Vot il dated 25_og_20L2
4: Minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies in tslamic History held
on 2o-og2012(item No. 4)
5. Letter dated 2L-05-2oL3 from the Chairman, Board of Studies in lslamic History
6' Minutes of the meeting of the Faculty of Humanities held on L2-LL-2012 (ttem
No.
I
6c)
7. Minutes of the meeting of the Academic council held on L5-01--2013 item
No. ll B
8.'orders of Vice Chancellor in File No. GA|V/BLtIBttZoLZ dated 1,o-04-20L3
ORDER
Choice Based Credit Semester System and Grading has been introduced for UG
Curriculum
in the colleges affiliated to this University with effect from 2009
admission onwards and Regulations
fcr the same implemented vide paper read first above.
vide paper read second, sanction has been accorded for implementing the scheme
and syllabus
of B'A'lslamic History under Choice Based Credit Semester System in the
Colleges affiliated to the
University with effect from 2009 admission.
Vide paper read third above, the combined meeting
of the Board of
Studies
in Arabic(UG),Hindi(UG), Malayalam(UG), English(UG), History(UG), Sociotogy(UG) and tstamic
History (Single Board) resolved that the pattern of Double Main should be eight core
courses of four
credits each i.e, 32 credits, two electives of three credits each and two projects of four
credits (
inclusive of viva) each i.e, 4 credits. The meeting also resolved that the subject content
of the
elective course should be enhanced and the course code be different from that of the core
course
and the code number to be specifically mentioned.
Vide paper read fourth, the meeting of the Board of studies in lslamic History held on 20-og201'2 (irem No. 4), resolved to maintain Project in the 5th semester with 2 credits.
Vide paper read 5 above, the Chairman has offered clarification that the credits of Double Main
Pioject is 4 and that the revised syllabus of B.A lslamic History Double Main programme is to be
inplemented with effect from20L2 admission.
'
Vide paper read
sixh' the minutes of the meeting of the Board of
studies in tslamic History held
on 20-09-2012 has been approved by the Faculty
of Humanities at its meeting held on L2-L1,-zoL2
vide ltem No. I 6c.
Vide paper read seventh the Academic council
at its
meeting held
on
15-01-2013
t'thile considering the minutes of the meeting
of the Faculty of Humanities held on L2.1L.20L2,
vide
item No. il B has deferred the matter for
detailed study,
As per the orders of Registrar in File No. 4579/G
Atv BLlzor2lcU dated 03-04-2013,
rhe minutes
of the meeting of the Board of studies
lslamic History held on 2o-og-201,2\^/as put
up in File
in
No.GAlV/Bl tLBI1ZOLZ.
Vide paper read eighth above,the Vice
chancellor after having considered the matter
and in view
of urgency' has approved the minutes of the
meeting of the Board of Studies in lslamic
History held
on 20-09-20L2 exercising the po\ Ers of the
the Academic Council.
Academic council subject
to
ratification by
sanction has therefore been accorded to implement
the revised syllabus of B.A lslamic
llistory Double Main Prograrnme with effect
trom 2oL2 admission as resolved at the combined
nreeting of the Board of Studies vide paper
read third.
Drders are issued accordingly.
ihe syllabus is uploaded in the raebsite.
Shanararaz T.p
Assistant Registrar
To
The Principals of all colleges offering BA lslamic History
Double Main programme
copy to:PA to cu Ex section/ EG section/ DR,AR-BA Branch/
EA il/ system Administrator
with a request to upload the syllabus in the University
vrrebsite/ GA I F section/ Library/
SF/ FC/DF
^
Syllabus for B. A. Islamic Hisrory
Credit& Semester Pattern
in Aftiliated Colleges
2012 Admission Onwards
2
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Common
structure of courses for B. A. Isramic
History prograrnme
(pattern II_ Double Main)
Courses
Corc C_ourses (A&B) including project
and Elective
Open Course
: 38 Credirs
: 78 Credirs
: 4 Credits
Semester
I
Title of Courses
Cornr m i
u. S klllGEfrE
"rti
Cri ticat R"rr o; i, gliri ti
nffi
Presentation
Communication Skills in Other
Perspective of Social Sciences
Core Course B-
I
Total
Semester 2
Title of Courses
Reading Literat*..
,, Ersl.rh
Readings on Indian Conrtltrtio,,,
Secularism and Sustainable
Environment
Translation and Communication in
Muslim Histori
Core Course B-2
Title of Courses
Literature and Conte
Literature in Other
Social Formation under lropt
.t tutrtililiI
and Caliphate
The Polity and Society under Umayyacts anO
Core Course B-3
Total
_l
Semester 4
Title of Courses
Culture and Ciuitizati,on
CULTURAL HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA
Semester 5
st.
Course
No.
Code
2t.
E0l
22.
t07
23.
24.
Title of Courses
Lontemporary Muslim World
Muslims in Eurooe
Lore Uourse ts-6
25.
zo.
Total
Semester 6
st.
Course
No.
Code
21.
IS 68 l0
IS6B lt
28.
29.
30.
31.
IS
68
15
Title of Courses
HI.STORY OF MODERN INDIA
History and Culture of Kerala Muslims
Study Tour. and Prolect WorklslimE
History)
Core Course B-8
Core Course BGLECTIVF.)
Total
Total Credits: 18+20+20+20+
19
+23=120
Hours/
No. of
Week
Credits
5
3
5
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
0
25
l9
Hours/
No. of
Week
Credits
5
4
.5
4
1
4
6
4
5
l
25
23
r
IS IB
atosru
01
No. ofContacr hours - 90
to familiarize the students with
rhe broad conrours of social
Sciences and their
2. Objectives of the course
ffi:"a:,""rrltends
. Identify the main
concems of social science disciplines.
. Articulate
and theories prevalent across disciplines.
Understan
. To learn to
.
titative models within the social sciences.
. criticarv read popurar
",a
p".iol'io#ilnff:;'"T::::?i::i:T:Iollli'.",,,".
3. course ourrine
Module I - Introduction to Social Sciences
- Social Science-Its Emergence
- AltanalysisofthedisciplinesthatmakeuptheSocial
scienceswithparticurarernphasisontheirinterrerationships.Astudyof
sou,ce nraterials and library techniques
as well as rnethods employed
by sociar scientists. Relevance ofthe
sociar sciences to
at the regionar, nationar and grobar
revers-Discussion of basic principres
and
il1il::Hi:::iJ:',":, Jr:::[,HI:Is
Core Readings
i,ll,l'j;5'g::*,'iffi['
;,iT*i"J::;[1ffift
Science and its Methods", in Social
Science an rntroduction to the Study
of Sociery,
the Lens of Science", i, contemporary
Society: an rutroducrion to sociar
science,
;.::J:l;11:fl1fi'[:S YJf'rrff:X;r,,f;;,ou.n",
and Methocrorogies in the sociarsciences:
A pruraristic
perspective,
Module II - Survey of the Social Sciences
;i::TlffltJ,:tt;J"w
-
thev arc related- horv thev ale differenr-social
Science disciprines -Retation of orher
Historical foundation of the Sociar sciencesInter-disciprinary in Sociar Sciences
Core Readings
the Lens of Science", in contemporary
Society: an Introduction to Social Scie.ce,
^,,ir,[;j$'l;"]lffi,ir,'
et'al, "social Science: Dialogue for Revival",Economic
,rIi!?rY;K'
Module
- III - Objectivity in Social
Sciences
- Linrits to objectivity in Social Sciences
and political weekly, Augusr I g, 2001
,
t
- Ethical issues in Social Sciences
- Biological basics of society and culture
Core Readings
.
Weber, Max,,.Objectivity in Social Science
and Social policy,,il.y*_l Smith(ed.), philosophy
Methodorogv of Sociar sciences, vor-rr,
and
sale ir',b[.;*;r:'nl-^l'o.,n,,2005, pp.3_49
Nagel' Embst, "Problems of concept unJ
rn.o.y Formatlon in the Sociat Sciences,,, ibid, pp.30l-3lg
'
Module
- IV -
Some Social Structures: Case Studies
- Caste-Class-Community
- Gender
- Family
in Indian Society
Core Readings
,.[*l'l;iiili,,il'.J
'
SilJj,i',1;-tlli;::'JJ'
a Method in Sociar Science" in Sujatha pater
et ar (ed ), rhinkins Sociar
Srinivas, M.N, "castes: can they exists in the India
of Tomorrow,,, in caste in India: And
Other Essays, Asia publishing House, 1962
;frIi|i-::35ooo?,'fi|!r!_ffiof
i.,X^l1i;iil}",l,llr,uXT"$Ifl;
'
Shah,
Affirmative Action: caste, class and
euotas in rndia,,, in Acta Sociorogica,
SSnder,
Socialstrucrure and Empowerment: Srarus Reporr
of women in rnctia,
A'M, The Family in India:criticar
Essays, orient Brackswan, 199g, pp. l4-g0
4. Note on course work
Emphasis will be on the disctlssion of certain.concepts
and categories that appear in all disciplines
that form
part of Social Science, thns underscoring the interreiatedness
or"*iiou,
disciplines' Effort will also be made to introduce to the students
methodological devices that are
commonly used in the different disciplines, thus emphasizing
the interdisciplinary character of
the study programmes. Effort will also be made to rilate tt,"J.y
to the world of life and vice
versa to help the student to move from experiential to
conceptsal 1evels, from concrete to the
abstract
as he/she progresses.
5. Further Readings
John and Erna Perry, contemporary Society:
An Introducrion ro social Science, Allyn and Bacon,
;#;r'
' wallerstein, Emmanuer, open the social Sciences, vistaar publications,NewDerhi, rgg6
. Peter Burke: History and Social
Theory, polity press, 1992
Dipankar
(ed),
Gupta
Social
'
Stratification in India, oxford University press, New Delhi,
' Martin Hollis' The Philosophy of Socialscience: An Introduction, Cambridge university 1992
press, 2000.
L
6. Illodel Ouestion
PERSPECTIVES OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Minimum
Questiorr
Nurnber
I To4.
5To8
9To
12
Question Type
One Wold
Multiple Choice
Number Of
Question
To Be
Answered
Words in
Answers
Weightage
I Word/Plrrase
4
4
I
I Wod/Phrase
4
4
I
1 Word/Phrase
FillIn
4
4
9
50 Words
9
I
2l
22To29
Short Answers
9
Short Essays
8
5
30To 32
150 Words
10
Essays
3
2
450 Words
B
13 To
32
30
1
B. A. ISLAMIC HISTORY
CR ED
IS 2B 02
AND SEM
R
RAMME
MUSLIM HISTORIOGRAPHY
l. Aims of the course:miliarise students with the methodology specific
to history and
graphy and Muslim historians.
L
2.
3'
To introduce history with its theory and method.
To familiarise Muslim historians and their contribution
to historiography.
To. distinguish the special features of Muslim historiography
and different
forms of historical
writings.
4. To enable the students to write papers on history and historians.
3. Syllabus:Module I- Research methodology and Techniques
Id.entification of problem or topic- Review of related
literature-Formulation of
hypothesis- Data collection- classificatibn and analysis of
data- Documentation -Report
writing- Footnotes- B ibli ography.
Module II- Historv
Nature and Scope- Definition- Sources of Islamic history-euran
and Hadith-Features of
Mus.lim Historiography- Isnad- Reliability and Aurhenticity-chioriological
,riior,,,lty.
Module III- Forms of Muslim Historiogriphy and Arab Historians
Sirah- Maghazi- Khawliyyat- Khabar- Tabaqat- Ibn Ishaq- Ibn
Hisham- Al Waqidi-
AlTabariAl Balabduri- Al Mas'udi- Ibn Khaldun and Muqaddimah- concept of Asabiyah
Module IV- Indo- Muslim Historiography
Al Biruni- Amir Khusrau- Ziauddin Barani-Abul Fazl
4. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:Akhalidi, Tarif (1975) IslAmic Historioeraoh),, Albany Srate University of New york.
Ali, B. Sheikh (2002) History: Its Theoryi and Method, Macmillan, New Delhi.
L
2.
3 Ashraf, Dr. Syed Ari ( r980) Koranic concept of history, Leicesrer, England.
4. Car, E.H. (1961) What is History? London.
5. Collingwood, R.G.
6. Duri, A. H. (1979)
, Delhi.
7. Encyclopaedia Britannica (2008) New york.
8. Encyclopaedia of Islam (Latest Edition) Leiden._
9. Faruqi, Nisar Ahmed (r979) Earry Musrim Historiography, Derhi.
lo'Hardy,Peter(1960)Historiansof Medieval India,Londorr. ll.Issawi,charles(1g55)An
Arab philosonhy of histor.v, London. I2.Margoliouth, D. s. ( 1930) Lectures on Ara!
Historians, Calcutta.
I3.Ras
, Lahore. l4.Rozenthal, Franz
(1952)
l5.Shariati,
Hameed (n.
Dr.
d.)
Berkeley. I6.Siddiqui, Abdul
iddiqui, M. Mazhergddin
g
(1993)
l8.Thor
ic research institute, Islamabad.
New york. lg.Toynbee, Arnold
(1947-s
5.
Model euestion
MUSLIM HISTORIOGRAPHY
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Number
Question Type
lTo4
One Word
5ToB
Multiple Choice
Number Of
Ottestion
!
4
9To12
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13 To 21
Short Answers
q
Short Essays
Essays
22To29
30To 32
In
4
Minimum
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Words in
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30
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B. A. ISLAMIC HISTORY
CRED
IS 38 03
AND
S
PROGRAMME
SOCIAL FORMATION UNDER PROPHET
MUHAMMAD AND CALIPHATE
l. Aims of the course:the Geography of Arabian peninsula, its climate
'proph;
o throws light to the life of the Holy
;;;
I'
To introduce an awareness among students in the Geography
of Arabia, its climate,
vegetation, Animal life, and its population. It also gives
an ioJa of the tribal .uitui", desert life,
religious beliefs and social system-prevailed in ttre"pre-lstamic
days.
To give an idea to the students that the early career of the prophet,
the days of the
prophethood, the troublesome days in Makkah and ultimate
migration to iuruoinui.
pick up information by the students regarding the evintful
Iife of propher Muhammad in
- - To
the Madinah period such as the defensive wars hJ led,
tf,e administrative r., up
ruid on, the
religious teachings he imparted and the ideal society tre rramea.
2'
i
i.
4'
To familiarise the administrative set up formed by Pious caliphs
and their efforts for the survival of Islamic
faith' It also provides inforrnation of the expansion of the Islanric state persia
to
and Rome and the degraclation of
caliphate by schisms and divisions within the polity and community
of Isram.
3.
Syllabus:-
Module IGeography of Arabia- Religion and society- Bedouin Life- Jahiliyya
days-poetry- Ka,ba
Map:- Geographical divisions of Arabia.
Module IIAdvent of Holy Prophet- Birth and early life- Contemplation and commencement
of
mission- Opposition- Migration to Abyssinia- isru' and Mi'raj-pledge
of aqaUqu- Hrjrah to
Madinah
Module IIIProphet at Madinah- Ansars and Muhajirs- MasjidunnabawiMadinah charter- prophet as .rlerBattles of Badr, Uhd and Khandaq- Hudaybiyah rreaty and Fall
of Makkah- Farewell sermon as Hrman
Rights Declaration- Death of propher prophet as reformer and statesman.
Islam
Meaning of Islam- sources of Islam- Articles of faith- Tawhid and Shirk-Five pillars
of
Map: Islamic Republic during propher Muhammad.
Module IV- The Pious Caliphs
Abu bakr and consolidation of the Republic- Umar- expansion of the Republic
and
administrative reforms- Usman- Allegations ind facts- AIi- Baitles of Jamal
und Siffir- origin
Khariji and Shi'ah
4. Books Recommended:-
of
lo
, London.
, Edinburgh.
, London.
(ed) Boston.
By Ismail Raji al Faruqi.
, princeton.
l,.Hi
(n.d.)
13.
d.)
l5'Maududi, s. A. A. (lg7g)
seerat Sawrar-i-Aram, Larrore. r6.Nadvi,
Abdur Hassan Ari
Karachi' lz'NuouiIuo'lnussan
Ari (r987) rsrarn and the worrd,
ffi:i,:*'
trIffi:*f, #3.1'z1,ji::t"THTi;T'
'
Carnbridge Ie Nunani' shibri (re7r)
trsor)#enqrrryaehel
i'"f,:::?i#l##ffi,lma
(l
IuT,.o e6e) rh. lif" ;i r;i;;um#rol'irij#
?ZSiddiqi, Dr. y. Mazhar (
Mtrhsin-i-Insaniar, L
sh. Ashrar, Lahore 2r.Siddiqi,
Abdur
,
\197,
ifr!tl',i,',li;Xl,'#ll'^iifl;tro
IS 38 03
25 watt,
w
M
SOCIAL FORMATION UNDER
PROPHET
MUHAMMAD AND CALIPHATE
Question
Number
Delhi.23.Siddiqi, Naeem
Question Tvne
Number Of
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Answered
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lTo4
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4
4
5ToB
Multiple Choice
4
4
I Word/Phrase
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1
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FiII In
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il
THEPOLITYANDSM
UMAYYADS AND THE ABBASIDS
1.
Aims of the course:vilization that existed in the 7th to lOth
The two dynasties Umayyah and
nessed.
'
2'
l
To introduce
regarding the Umayyah dynasty and its rnlers,
.students
administration,
culture and scientific contributions.
To impart an idea regarding the Abbasiyah culture existed
and its rulers and administration, Muslim
historians
and their contribution to historiography.
3' To distinguish the special features of Muslim historiography
and different forms
historical writings.
4' To provide an in depth knowledge to.students regarding the greatest glory
luminaries lived there and their contribution or urt,
architecture.
of
of Baghdad city, the
s.i;n.e, literature, theology, jurisprudence
and
3. Syllabus:Module IMuawiyah and establishment of the Umayyah dynasryBatrle of Karbala-Expansion of the RepublicAbdul
Malik- AlWalid- Umar ibn AbdulAziz.
Map:- Umayyah empire under AI Walid
Module IIAbbasiyah- Establishment of the dynasty- Al MansurHarun al Rashid- The Barmakids- AI
Ma'mun- Mu'tazila- Bayt al Hikmah.
Map:- Abbasiyah empire under Harun al Rashid
Module IIISociety and polity- Arabisation under Umayyah- Persianisation
under AbbasiyahDhimmis and Mawalis- Development of religiou, iii.rutr."-iadith-Sihah
al Sittah - TafsirJurisprudence.
Module IV-
Scientific and literary development- Medicine: AI Razi and
Ibn Sina-Mathematics: Al
Khavvam- Aichemy: rabir ibn Hayyan-Geography: ei-'iar.t- phirosophy:
fiililffiTi;X
H#fi,al
4. Books Recommended:_
t2
vant Chapters)._
, London, I971.
S
ondon 1953.
g.tr. D.S. Margoliurh, Oxford:
1913.
rk, 1960,
v.
K. Hitti: The Arabs: Short History,
London, I953
w Muir. The calinhate lrs pioo ,-rl,^
. Beirur:
H^r.rai n i,
inisgalpn.
+rahldn
T w Amora,TG Caliphate.
]? :ir
I3.Syed Amir Ali, [email protected]
_rnrlrp
I0.s.
l96l il.S.A.e.
ilular.
ls 38 04
THE POLITY & SOCIETY
UNDER THE
UMAYYADS
THE ABBASTD'
&
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Answers
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I
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B. A. ISLAMIC HISTORY
RED
ANq SEMESTER PROGRAMME
CULTURAL HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA
l.
Aims of the course:-_
l'
z.
The course intends to provide the students an
awareness about the glorious history
of their
country and deverop among the studenrs an inrerest
i; i;; illr"rl;r"'" .'"'
the students proper information about Medievar
Indian history,
s'
l.
2'
3'
To teach students how really Islam came to India.
To give an idea to the students how various systems
and
medieval and modern periods.
movements emerged during the
To provide a picture to the students about the progress
of our country has achieved in literature, art
architecture during the
medieval period.
and
4. To give an idea about the Sultanate and Mughalperiods.
5'
6'
To create consciousness among students about the socio-political
and cultural changes India
undergone
during the Middle Ages..
has
To convince the young generation that any thing can
be achieved through peaceful means.
3. Syllabus:-
Module IIndia on the eve of Arab invasion- Muhammad ibn
easim- Mahmsd of Ghaznah as
administrator and patron of literature- Muhammad Ghori
and battle of rharain- Fondation of Muslim
rule in India.
Module IIDelhi sultanate.- Qutbuddin Aybak- Iltutmish- Rasiya BalbanAlauddin Khilji- Muhammad
ibr Tughluq- Firuz shi!.Ttg.hluq- sayyids and Lodhis- guhrnini
kingdom- Mrt n,,uo Gawan.
Map:- Empire of Alauddin Khilji.
Module IIIThe Mughals- Babar- Httmayun- Sher Shah Sur- Akbar- JahangirShah JahanAwrangzib.
Map:- Mughal empire under Awrangzib,
Module IVSociety and Polity -Cultural synthesis- Bhakti movenrent and Sufism-Nobles
and Ulama'-political
administration- Manzabdari system- Jizya in lieu of military service- Din
Ilahi as a national culr Indo
architecture.
4. Books Recommended:-
l.
A.B.M. Habibullah,
,
I.H. Qureshi, The Administration of Muehal Empire.
I.H. Qurshi, The Administration of the SLrltanate of Delhi,
Islam R. "Sufism in South Asia" 2002, OUp, Karachi
2. Abdul Hameed, Muslim Separation in India
3. Athar Ali, Mughal India, Oxford
4. Chandra, Bipan Essays on Medieval Indian Histor-v, Oxford
5. Chopra, P. N. Advanced Study in rhe Histor_v of Medieval India
6. Hussain, J. "A History of the peo
lggg OlJp.,Karachi
7
8.
9.
saracenic
VAL INDIA
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Number
I To4
5To8
9To
12
13 To
2t
22To 29
30To 32
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Mulriple Choice
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Short Ans*".o
Short Essays
Essavs
Number Of
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!
4
^-
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It
MUSLIMS IN EUROPE
l. Aims of the course:aware about
the condition of Spain on the advent of
Muslims and
th
which paved the way for the European Renaissance.
Z.
I' To make aware the students about the conquest of Spain and the achievements
of Muslim rule.
To introduce the students about the intellectual contribution
of Muslims and its transmission to
Europe.
To make understand about the petty dynasties after the
fall of umayyahs in Spain.
2'
3'
4' To mention aboutJhe conquest of Sicily by Muslims and their contributions
Europe through Sicily.
to
3. Syllabus:-
Module IThe Umayyah conquest of Spain- Musa ibn Nusayr
Amirate to Khilafah- Grandeur of Cordova.
-
Tariq ibnZiyad-Abdul Rahman I, II and IIIEvolution of
Module IIDecline of Muslim rule in Spain- Al Murabits, AI- MuwahhidsBanu Nasr- Fall of GranadaRe conquista- Moriscose
Module IIIThe Aghlabids in Sicily--Development of Arab- Norman
culture- Sicily as a centre of
cultural transmission- Federick II and Rbger I
Module IVIntellectual contributions- Historiography- Ibn Khaldun- Astronomy-philosophyIbn Rushd- Botany- Ibn Baytar.
4. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:l'
2.
3.
4.
-5.
6.
'7.
Collins, Roger The Arab Conquest of Snain 710-797 Blackwell.
Oxford. U.K. 19g9.
Dozy, R., Spanish Islam.
Dr. Imam-ud-Din. A Cultural History of Spain.
Fayyaz Mahmood, Historv of Islam.
Habib Hourani: Histor), of the Arabs
Hitti, P.K., Historlz of the Arabs, London 1953.
8.
9.
10.
I
l.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Lewis, B., The Arabs in History. New york, 1960,
Mazaral-ul-Haq, History of Islam.
Philip K. Hitti: The Arabs: Short History, London, 1953
S.A.Q. Hussani, ArabAdministration.
Sir T.W. Amotd,The Caliphate.
Stanley Lane Pole, The Moors in Spain. Lahore 1953.
Syed Amir Ali, London, The Short History of Saracens.
Syed Amir Ali, London, The Spirit of Islam.
T.B. Irving: The Falcons of Spain
Watt, W.M., A History of Islamic Spain, Edinburgh l g6T.
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IT AND
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HISTORY OF MODERN INDIA
Aims of the course:-_
The course intends to provide the students an awareness
about the- glorious history of the
country and develop among the students an interest to learn
"'"^"
hi;;y.
art the students prop_er information about Indian freedom
struggre
by our great national leaders.
To teach students how really Islam came to India.
To give an idea to the students how various systems and movements
emerged in
India.
To provide a picture to the students. abo.ut the progress our country
has achieved in literature,
art and architecture during the medieval and mod6rn periods..
To develop respect for our great freedom fighters.
To create consciousness among students with regard to the real value
of freedom.
To convince the young generation that any thing can be achieved through
peaceful means.
3. S),llabus:Module IDecline of the Mughal and ascendancy of the British- Muslinr opposition-ReasonsBarrle of plasseyBattle of Buxar- Hajji Shariatullah- Sayyid Ahmad Shahid Revolr of I857Sir
Syed Ahmad Khan and his political
ideology.
Map:- British India inl857.
Module IIFormation of Indian National Congress- Partition of Bengal-All India Muslim
League-Aims
and objectives- Demand for separate electorate- Act of 19g9-Lucknow pact
and Hindu-Muslim
unity- Act of l9l9- Khila{11- Non-co-operation movement- Ali Brothers- Allama
Muhanrmad IqbalMuhammad Ali Jhinnah- Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan.
Module IIINehru report and 14 points of Jhinnah- Hindu Maha Sabha- pakistan project
of
Chaudhari Rahmat Ali- Act of 1935- Provincial Elections of 1936-Congress-League
rivalry.
Module IVTowards freedom- Lahore session of League and demand for Pakistan-Cripps
mission- euit
India movement- Cabinet mission- Indian IndepJndence Act-Partition of India- enatysis
of causes.
Sardar Patel- Jawahar Lal Nehru-Gandhiji- Mawlana Mahmud Hasan-Mawlana
AbulKalam Azad.
Map:-India after Independence
t6
4. Books Recommended:
l.
.Abul Kalam Azad: India Wins Freedonr
2.
Ajit Bhattacharjea: Countdown to pakistan
3. Anita Inder Singh: The Origins of
4.
5'
Asghar
the partition of India
Ali Engineer: Communalism
in India
Ayesha Jalal: The Sole Spokesman:
Jinnah, the Muslim League and
the Demand for pakistan
6.
AzizAhamad: Islamic Modernism
in India and pakistan
7. Bipan Chandra: hdia's Struggle for
Indeperrdence
8. Biswanroypari (ed.): The lg5TRebellron
9. Encyclopedia of Islanr
10.
I
l.
Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Gail Minault: The Khilafat Movemenr
12.
Gopal. S: British policy in India
l85g_t90-5
t3.
Harnid. A: Muslim Separatism
in India
14. Hardy. p: The Muslims of British
India
15. Keith. A.B: Constitutional History
of India
l6'
Mohammed Kunhi. A.K: principar
Architects of the partition of India _
A Fresh Appraisar
17. Moin Shakir: Khilafat to partition
18. Mushirul Hasan: India,s partition: process,
Strategy
and
I9.
Ram Gopal: Indian Muslinm _ political
A
History
20.
Ranr Puniyani: Comnrurral politics _
Facts verses Myths
21.
Saxena. V.K.: Tlre partition of Bengal
22. Seervai.H.M.; partition of India:
Mobilization
Legend and Reality
23.
Stanley Wolpert: Jinnah of pakistan
24'
uma Kau'a: Musrins and lrrdian Nationarism:
Emerge,ce of the Demand for rndia,s partition
l1
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HISTORY AND CULTURE
OF KERALA MUSLIMS
the course the learner gets
an iaea ab111^t!3^ riein
and spread of Islam in
Kerara
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in Kera,a which herped
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ufroui, he role played by the
Mappila community in the
freeclom st'uggle in
anti-colonial agitations
Malabar.
and
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and educationar contributions
macre by the
id,lr"r:.,1,!,.rnodule
ffJlff,,|HT:ti}#]o.;',:. '0"* the learner garher inrornrarion about the birth and growrh or Musrim
. Svllabus:: ..;:"r1,:?,',T:ffi:1L1i:fi:rrom
3.
Module I- Advent of Islam in
Kerala
Early contacts Between Kerala
the sacrifices made bv rhe
rreedom fighters and kindres
in trrem
'na
west Asia
ffJffi LTff ,3:: yH",um ;i*x1tlJfi,:
-
Forrnation of Muslim conrmunity
in Kerala-
ffi |
Module II- Resistance against
European Imperialism
l#l*: - Ma, k
i
ib
n D i nar ria
d i ti o
n
-
Portusuese Incursion
of Tippu sultan
Malabar
-
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r gtitl't, D;;;l;"ti"r']
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Marabar Reberion
iiq;il,'c.rsei,-cor.se
Interrude
tgig) -[niruru, Movement
in
unJ clrr"quences.
Refornrs
Module III- Leaders and Reformers
umar Qadi - Manrburam sayyid
Alavi. Tarrgal - Sayyid Fadr pookoya
variyankLrnnatr Kunhaharnmad
Tangar - AIi Musariyar.
I{aji'--cr,.rr.b..urr"r, ,"riir
Katrirarr";y M;;;mmad Musariyar
lv{uhatttmad Abdurahiman Moidu Maulavi - vakkom Khadar
ina th. Indian Nationar Ar.rny.
- Hamadani Tangal - vakkom Abdul Khadir Mauravi
Aikya #;JilJ"'gal
- Kerata Mustin
IModule
IV- Education and Culture
origin and Deveropm-ent of Arabi
-Marayaram
Kunhayin Musaliyar _ fvfoyintrii
V.id;.
First eur'an franslation: Mayankutty
-
EIaya.
Mappila Fork Songs eazi Muhammad _
_
2l
Anti-colonial Literature in Arabic: Zaynuddin Maqdum I (Tahrid),
Zaynuddin II (Tuhfat-alMujahidin), Qazi Muhammad (Fatah-al-Mubin;, Sayyid
aii"i rungal (Assayf-al-Battar).
Education: Chalilakath Kunhahammad Haji Modernisation
of Madrasa Education and reforms in
Arabi-Malayalam Script
-Muslim Educational Society.
4. Books Recommended:
l.
2,
Abdul Azeez.M: Rise of Muslims in Kerala politics
Abdussamad. M: Islam in Kerala
Abu. O
3.
4.
Asghar
9.
Ibrahim Kunju. A.p.:
-
Gronns nnrt
Mn,p.
centurv
h_
_ Centurv
lO.r.hrahim Kunjy, A.P.: Studies in Medieval Kerala HistoE I
I.Islamika
Vinhana Kosam Vol.
8
l3.Kareem.
l4.Kurup. K.K.N: Ali Rajas of Cannanore l5.Mohamnted Koya S.M:
Mappila Muslims of Malabar
o.K:.
Mohammed:Kerala Muslim Chari
2l .Sayed Mohamrned:Kerala
Muslim Directorv
22.Sayed Moideen Sha:Islam in Kerala 23.Shaikh Zaynudclin:
Tuhfatul Mujahideen
24.Stephen
25.Vakkom
26.William
4.
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23
CRED
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IS 6E OI
(ELECTIVE)
CONTEMPORARY MUSLIM WORLD
l. Aims of the course:issues
The course aims at giving the students a generar
the major
i-nto tie nate.tine qreii"r'."a3ryare_tgsllegarding
the uS-Zionist interest in the
in west Asia, an insight
region.
2. Objectives of the course:-
l)
To give an awareness of the genesis of the major issues in
west Asia
To give a historical perspective of the Socio- political developments
in west Asia
To give knowledge of the issues related with the creation of
Israel and Arab response.
2)
3)
4) To give a general idea of the politicar deveropments in Egypt, Iraq and Iran.
5) To create an awareness regarding the economic and diplomatic importance
relation with India.
of the area in
3. Syllabus
Module I- Arab World
Impact of I world war on Levant- French and British nrandatesFormation of Lebanon, Syria, Trans Jordan
and Iraq- Rise and Fall of Saddam Husayn.
Module II
-
Iran
Dr' Muhammad M-usaddiq and nationalisation of oil industry- Islamic
Revolution uncler
Ayatullah Qumayni, u' S. - Iran Relationship, Iran- Iraq war-Muhammad
AhmaJinna;ad
Module III- Palestine
Zionism- Balfour declaration- Mandate and British policy in palestine-Formation
of IsraelArab- Israeli confl icts-Arab League- plo-HAMAS -Intifadah-Hl zbul
lah.
Module IV- Egypt
British occuPation^of Egypt and Egyptian Nationalism- Arabi pasha's
revolt-sa,d Zaghlul- Jamal
aouo of 1952- Formation of Egyptian Repubtic-Nationatisation of Suez -canar-camp
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New york._l7.Ibn Khaldun
(1932) Muqaddimah,
Cairo.
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