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The College is the oldest instutution of higher education in sub-Saharan Africa. Other Research Activities 3 March Reviewer of book proposal, "Modern Africa and the World since ". Routledge invited me to review a book proposal titled, "Modern Africa and the World since Reviewer of book proposal, "Handbook of Islam in Africa".
Palgrave Macmillan invited me to review a proposed book titled, "Handbook of Islam in Africa. Courses 16 Spring Office Hours. Day Start End. Monday 11AM 12PM. Wednesday 11AM 12PM. Friday 11AM 12PM. This course explores major themes in the modern history of Africa beginning in the late 19th century. The topics include European colonialism, African nationalism, and independent Africa.
In addition to lectures, the instructor will show documentary films to illuminate the lecture themes. Students are expected to participate actively in class discussions. Download Syllabus. This course explores Pan-Africanism as an ideology and movement in the African diaspora and modern Africa. It focuses on key black leaders who have shaped Pan-African history. Tuesday 5PM 6PM. Topics include the founding of Sierra Leone and Liberia, as well as African American political, social, and economic relations with West Africa. Tuesday 9AM 11AM. Thursday 9AM 11AM. This course explores the major themes in African history before the European partition of the African continent in the late nineteenth century.
The themes include African cultures, religions, economies, slave trades, and politics. In addition to lectures, the instructor will show documentary films to lluminate the themes. Tuesday 9AM 12PM. Thursday 9AM 12PM. This course examines African American history with a focus on the West African origins of African Americans, the transatlantic slave trade and African American slavery, and the return of African Americans to their West African homeland. The themes include African cultures and religions, as well as the slave trades and politics.
Thursday 4PM 7PM. This course examines the history of West Africa and its relationship with the Atlantic World from the fifteenth through the twentieth century. The major themes include the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the relationship between African Americans and West Africa. This course examines the history of West Africa and how this region was integrated into the Atlantic world through the slave trade.
The major themes include West African cultures and religiouns, the Atlantic slave trade, and the return of diaspora black to West Africa. Students are xpected to participate actively in class discussions. Monday 10AM 12PM. Wednesday 10AM 12PM. Friday 10AM 12PM. This course examines the major developments that have shaped the history of Africans and their descendants in the Atlantic Ocean area from earliest times to the twentieth century. Emphasis will be placed on the comparative history of black diaspora communities and linkages between Africans and their descendants in the diaspora.
The major themes include the transatlantic slave trade and the relationship between African Americans and West Africa. This course explores the major themes in the modern history of Africa beginning in the late nineteenth century. These themes include European colonialism, African nationalism, and independent Africa. Furthermore, the instructor will discuss the main elements of the themes and the historiographical trends in class. Students are expected to demonstrate in class discussions, examinations, and research papers an ability to analyze and synthesize historical information on Africa.
In addition, students are expected to participate actively in class discussions. This course examines the major developments that have shaped the history of Africans and their descendants in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, and Indian Ocean areas from earliest times to Students are expected to demonstrate in class discussions, examinations, and research papers an ability to analyze and synthesize historical informationon Africa.
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The Doctoral Degree Program in Transatlantic History offers students comparative study of the historical development of peoples on the continents bordering the Atlantic Ocean. This exciting Ph. Service to the Community 4 September November October Association of Sierra Leonean Organizations in Texas. Service to the Profession 3 June Book proposal titled, "Modern Africa and the World since " submitted to Routledge.
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