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HIST 3394

History of Africa Since 1880

Three semester hours. (FL-Even)

This course is a survey course of major events and processed that occurred on the continent of Africa after 1800. Focusing on select cases and examples that illustrate larger trends and issues, this course concentrates on the expansion of African trade and states, European colonization, African response to colonial rule, African independence movements, and recent challenges and events in African nations (including underdevelopment, poverty and genocide).

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