HIST 370 (01) (22121) - WINTER INTERSESSION 2017

HIST 370

Early African History

 Part I survey of African history discusses the culture expressed through the lives of the elite and the ordinary people, art and literature, and the ritual and belief systems of the African civilizations from the earliest times to 1800. Specific issues include the invention of agricultures, art and oral literature as historical records, centralization of state and urbanization and commerce, observance of religious and ritual ceremonies, and the impact of all these developments.

May not be taken for credit by students who have received credit for HIST 270.   

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Course No: 22121
Units: 3.0
Begin Date: January 3, 2017
End Date: January 16, 2017
Begin Time: 8:30am
End Time: 1:30pm
Meeting Days: MTWTh
Location: MARK 205
Instructor: Reuben Mekenye
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