History | E333 2756 Conflict In Southern Africa 11:15A-12:30P MW BH244 Martin
E333 | 2756 | Martin P

	A portion of the above section reserved for majors
	E333: graduate students register for Hist E533
	Above section carries culture studies credit

The first democratic elections were held in South Africa in 1994, thus
ending an era of white domination.  The country of South Africa and its
neighbors - Mozambique, Namibia, Angola, and Zimbabwe - are still grappling
with the economic and social scars from the colonial past, although there is
also an air of optimism.  This course will look at the history of the region
over the past three centuries with emphasis on the economic and social
history of African societies, their relations with each other, resistance
and accommodation to white rule, industrialization, urbanization, and the
struggle for liberation.  Readings will include perspectives from various
viewpoints, and of individuals such as Nelson Mandela.  There will be three
exams and a term paper.