HST 235: African History
The African History course is a survey of the development of African society, its culture and institutions, with emphasis on the 13th century to the present. It will address the effects of Christianity, Islam, the slave trade and colonialism on the African continent. Emphasis will also be placed on the process of decolonization and industrialization of modern Africa.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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