HISD50H3 Southern Africa: Conquest and Resistance, 1652-1900

A seminar study of the history of the peoples of southern Africa, beginning with the hunter-gatherers but concentrating on farming and industrializing societies. Students will consider pre-colonial civilizations, colonialism and white settlement, violence, slavery, the frontier, and the mineral revolution. Extensive reading and student presentations are required.
Africa and Asia Area


Any 8.0 credits, including: AFSB50H3/ HISB50H3 or AFSB51H3/ HISB51H3 or AFSC55H3/ HISC55H3

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History, Philosophy & Cultural Studies