History G8914: International
Development in History, Spring 2012, Columbia
agricultural laborer and Ford Foundation worker Horace
Holmes in Etawah, India, as photographed by Life, 1951
readings, assignments, and events
Any reading for which a
link is not provided is available at Book Culture on
112th and at Butler Reserves. All events will take place
in the 2nd Floor Common Room of the Heyman Center for
the Humanities. For more details see the course syllabus.
Friday, February 17th, 10:00am-4:30pm, Heyman Center, 2nd
floor common room.
"Development Policies in a Bipolar World," two panels
about development during the Cold War, featuring David
Engerman, Joseph Hodge, Daniel Immerwahr, Amy Offner,
George Rosen, and Bradley Simpson, Heyman Center for the
Humanities. Commentators to include Michael Latham.
23: Industry Promotion and Development as Modernization
Ha-Joon Chang, “Kicking Away the Ladder: Infant
Industry Promotion in Historical Perspective,” Oxford Development Studies
31 (2003): 21–32. CourseWorks
David C. Engerman, Nils Gilman, Mark H. Haefele, and
Michael E. Latham, eds., Staging Growth: Modernization, Development,
and the Global Cold War (2003), chapters by
Latham, Adas, Gilman, and Engerman.
Michael Latham, The
Right Kind of Revolution (2011)
March 1: The
International System and Dependence
Andre Gunder Frank, “The Development of
Review, September 1966, 17-31. CourseWorks