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AFH 3200: African History Since 1850.

This course is offered by Africana Studies Department and  examines the condition of the African continent in 1850. It also examines the factors that made European colonization of Africa after 1850 possible. In addition, the course examines what independant African nation-states have accomplished since the end of colonial rule, and the challenges they face in the 21st century.


About this guide.

This guide is meant to help students and faculty save time and easily access relevant information that will support them in their research and teaching-learning process in relation to the history of  Africa.



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