Course: African History from 1500 – present | Spring 2020 | Prof. Remi Alapo

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African History from 1500 – present | Spring 2020 | Prof. Remi Alapo
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Department
Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice
Academic Program
History, A.A.
Course Code
AFN / HIST 122
Section Code
0900
Term
Spring 2020
Category
Course
Course Description

African History – AFN / HIS 122 – 0900
Africa from the beginnings of the Atlantic slave trade to the end of colonialism in the late twentieth century is examined. The effect of colonialism on economic and cultural patterns in the African diaspora is explored.

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impact of slave trade on Africa

Most of scolars state that the consequences of the slave trade are still felt in today's entire world. It is without any doubt that the arrival of Europeans on the West African Coast contributed in a continuous process of exploitation of Africa's See Moreimpact of slave trade on Africa

Atlantic Slave Trade

The Atlantic slave trade also called the “triangular trade” , which lasted four and half centuries, started more earlier than we may think, because slavery had existed years before this trade commenced. In his famous book “The Description of Afric See MoreAtlantic Slave Trade

Map Quiz: Jan. 29th

Week 1: Introduction. Map Quiz: Where is Africa? Is it a continent or a country? Study the map below: Political Map of Africa There will be an in class quiz on Thursday January 29th. Identity the countries on the African continent: Empty Map of See MoreMap Quiz: Jan. 29th

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