AAAS 232 - African History since 1880

Description
Surveys the African loss of sovereignty and the establishment of European colonial dominance in Africa. Focuses on economic, political and social distortions resulting from foreign domination. Considers the impact of African reactions to these developments. Special attention to the struggle for independence and the re-emergence of independent African states. Prerequisite: An Earlham Seminar, an Interpretive Practices course or consent of the instructor. Also listed as HIST 232.
Credits
4
Attributes
Africa=Geographic, Alternate Year Course, Colonialism& Imperialism=Theme, Cross Listed Course, Diversity-International, Enrollment Limit, Requirement for Major, Prerequisite Required, Social Science Division, Writing Intensive
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2020, Spring 2018
Offered
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Avg. Class Size
19
Avg. Sections
1