HIST 375 (22398) (01) - WINTER INTERSESSION 2016

HIST 375

African Nationalism and Independence

Explores the rise of African nationalism since the 1940s, and the course of Africa’s regaining of independence. Pays specific attention to the leading personalities in the struggle for independence and their nation-alist philosophies. The political, economic and cultural challenges of African nationalism today such as disunity and conflicts, and the poor state of the economy and education, will also be examined.

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Course No: 22398
Units: 3.0
Begin Date: January 4, 2016
End Date: January 16, 2016
Begin Time: 8:30am
End Time: 1:30pm
Meeting Days: MTWTh
Location: Mark 209
Instructor: Reuben Mekenye