Visualising Cultures

Posted on January 3, 2008. Filed under: ekalayva, jayan, ocw |

If you’re interested in history and how images shape the identity of people and cultures, click the above Black Japanese Ship.

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very interessting..I didnt know there were courses like this..would be great if there were such in India also abt indian history

@backpakker:

The OCW Project @ the MIT is indeed a treasure chest. There are a whole lot of courses ranging from language, aeronautics, nuclear science to philosophy and psychology. It is a member of the OpenCourseWare Consortium (http://www.ocwconsortium.org) which has over 100 member universities now. Lot of courses are being made available on the web. Yeah, I too would love to learn Indian history in a well organised picture book rather than huge textbooks. 🙂


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