7 edition of Problems in the history of modern Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Robert O. Collins ... [et al.].|
|Series||Topics in world history., v. 3|
|LC Classifications||DT30 .C567 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||96028368|
Overview. Updated and revised to emphasise long-term perspectives on current issues facing the continent, the new 2ndEdition of A History of Modern Africarecounts the full breadth of Africa's political, economic, and social history over the past two centuries. Adopts a long-term approach to current issues, stressing the importance of nineteenth-century and deeper indigenous dynamics in explaining Africa's Brand: Wiley. Updated and revised to emphasise long-term perspectives on current issues facing the continent, the new 2nd Edition of A History of Modern Africa recounts the full breadth of Africa's political, economic, and social history over the past two centuries. Adopts a long-term approach to current issues, stressing the importance of nineteenth-century and deeper indigenous dynamics in explaining.
In the newest version of his ""Problems"" books, Professor Collins presents the most important issues in the study of modern Africa such as: Decolonization and the End of Empire; Democracy and the Nation-State; Epidemics in Africa: The Human and Financial Costs; Development: Failure or Success; The African Environment: Origins of a Crisis; and, Return of the Empires? Book Description: Spurred in part by the ongoing re-evaluation of sources and methods in research, African historiography in the past two decades has been characterized by the continued branching and increasing sophistication of methodologies and areas of specialization.
Problems in African history by Robert O. Collins, James McDonald Burns, Erik Kristofer Ching, , Markus Wiener Pub edition, in English - [Rev. ed.]. West Africa’s history in this period was still very much driven by African issues. That would change over the next centuries, as some states were increasingly drawn to depend on the slave trade. But even then one cannot simply understand the history of Africa .
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This work continues the saga begun in the first two volumes of the Problems in African History series, Problems in African History: The Precolonial Centuries and Historical Problems of Imperial Africa (both also available from Markus Wiener)/5.
Problems in African History, 3) (v. 3): Robert O. Collins, Robert O. Collins, James McDonald Burns, Erik Kristofer Ching, Kathleen S. Hasselblad: : Books. Comment: An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any : Robert O.
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Sold by mwiener_publishers and ships from Amazon : Paperback. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Problem 1. Decolonization and the end of empire. Decolonization in Africa / John D. Hargreaves --The Asian mirror to tropical Africa's independence / D.A.
Low --The United States and the liquidation of British Empire in tropical Africa, / William Roger Louis and Ronald Robinson. Presents the important issues in the study of modern Africa such as: Decolonization and the End of Empire; Democracy and the Nation-State; Epidemics in Africa: The Human and Financial Costs.
Table of contents for Problems in the history of modern Africa / edited by Robert O. Collins. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. It is also concerned with the demographic trends which are at the heart of so many African problems today, the ravages of diseases such as AIDS and malaria, and the conflicts waged by warlords fighting for control of scarce resources.
7 Recent Books on African History for the History Nerd In You These books by black authors cover a range of historical events, eras and figures that highlight the rich history of the continent. Established by the AHA inthe National History Center brings historians into conversations with policymakers and other leaders to stress the importance of historical perspectives in public decision-making.
Today’s author, Elizabeth Schmidt, recently presented in the NHC’s Washington History Seminar program on “Foreign Intervention in Africa during the Cold War: The Struggle for the. cal documents and classic contributions to the discipline: Problems in African history, of which Vol.
1 () deals with pre-colonial Africa, Vol. 2 () is dedicated to Africa during the colonial period, and Vol. 3 () treats recent. the Medieval Civilisations of Africa, Africa Traditional Economies, Spread of Christianity and Islam in Africa, African Reaction to Colonial Rule, the Rise of Nationalism, Decolonisation of Africa, Wars of Liberation in Africa and finally The Independent Africa.
The book is appropriately referenced with Bibliography and Index. Updated and revised to emphasise long-term perspectives on current issues facing the continent, the new 2nd Edition of A History of Modern Africa recounts the full breadth of Africa's political, economic, and social history over the past two centuries.
Adopts a long-term approach to current issues, stressing the importance of nineteenth-century and deeper indigenous dynamics in explaining Africa's later. Contemporary Issues in Africa's Development xi • Africa has the highest incidence of malaria and HIV/AIDS; • the continent is the most conflict-ridden, war-torn, and politically unstable, and suffers from problems of refugees and internally displaced people; • Africa depends heavily on food import, and her peoples’ calorie intake is below the minimum recommended by the World Health.
A History of Modern Africa is an essential recounting of the turning points of Africa's past and the rich and diverse strands of African culture that will help shape its future.
About the Author Richard Reid is Reader in the History of Africa at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of s: Building on the book's established reputation and success, this third edition has been revised and updated throughout in the light of new research and recent events.
A companion website now also supports the Shillington traces the history of the continent through the ancient world to medieval, modern and contemporary Africa.4/5(3).
A presentation of important issues in the study of modern Africa. It addresses: decolonization and the end of Empire; democracy and the nation state; epidemics in Africa - the human and financial costs; development - failure or success; the African environment - origins of a crisis; and more.
(source: Nielsen Book. the place of contemporary problems in the continent’s long history. That is the purpose of this book. It is a general history of Africa from the origins of mankind to the present, but it is written with the contemporary situation in The modern histories of all Third World countries need to be rewritten around demographic growth.
Yet some. A History of Modern Africa recounts the full breadth of historical events that have shaped the last two centuries of the African continent. Stresses the diversity of Africa's rich variety of people, societies, cultures and religious beliefs Provides a thought-provoking and illuminating journey through the slave trade and colonization to the rise of Islam, struggles for indep/5.
This book critically reflects upon the current state of the field of modern African history. It focuses on the history of the continent in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, although also looks back to the era of the Atlantic slave trade.
Its aim is to consider the evolution of the field and to set out where, after fifty years of sustained research, it has arrived. The Journal of Modern African Studies offers a quarterly survey of developments in modern African politics and society.
Its main emphasis is on current issues in African politics, economies, societies and international relations. The journal also includes an invaluable book review section. "The book first places Africa in the context of world history at the opening of the seventh century, before examining the general impact of Islamic penetration, the continuing expansion of the Bantu-speaking peoples, and the growth of civilizations in the Sudanic zones of West Africa"--Back cover.
Basil Davidson's famous book -- now updated in a welcome Third Edition -- reviews the social and political history of Africa in the twentieth century. It takes the reader from the colonial era through the liberation movements to independence and beyond.Modern African History: Some Historiographical Observations Author: Tore Linné Eriksen Keywords: Africa, Colonialism, Development, Modern History, Political History, Research Papers & Working Papers, Social History Created Date: 2/3/ PM.