HIST 561. Liberation in Southern Africa. 3 Hours NW AE42 / H.

This course examines struggles for freedom in southern Africa and the consequences of political, economic, and social changes in the region. The end of colonial rule, the demise of white-settler domination, and the fall of the apartheid regime is discussed. As a major political event of the twentieth century, the liberation of southern Africa had both local and global consequences. The course analyzes transnational issues of liberation and resistance to consider broader regional and international perspectives. Course themes pay particular attention to gender and ethnicity and include a focus on democratization and contemporary meanings of liberation. Prior coursework in African Studies is strongly recommended, but not required. (Same as AAAS 561 and POLS 561.) LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in History


...HIST 543 Modern Iran HIST 561 Liberation in Southern Africa HIST 564 Medieval Russia HIST...

Minor in History


...HIST 543 Modern Iran HIST 561 Liberation in Southern Africa HIST 564 Medieval Russia HIST...

Bachelor of Social Work


...Red Revolution HIST 399 The Samurai HIST 561 Liberation in Southern Africa HIST 568 Rise...

Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Cultures


...HIST 582 Course HIST 582 Not Found HIST...Colonial Korea or EALC 561 Colonial Korea EALC...

Minor in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies


...SLAV 534 Tolstoy SLAV 561 Readings in Slavic...Theatre and Genocide) History HIST 115 French Revolution...