Lectures and seminars are held weekly, apart from in Reading Weeks.
Lectures will be held on Mondays from 10-11am in the following locations: Term 1 Weeks 1-5 - L5; Term 1 Weeks 7-10 - MS.05; Term 2 & Term 3 - PLT.
Details of the time and location of seminars can be found on Tabula.
Chronology and Themes
|2||Wealth in Women|
Jihad in the West African Savannah
|Revolutions in West Africa
Social and Political Change in C19th Southern Africa
|7||Palm Oil and Peanuts|
The 'Scramble' for Africa
|9||The Colonial State and Ethnicity||The 'Invention' of Ethnicity
Colonialism and the 'Civilising Mission'
|Term 2||1||Peasants or Proletarians? 1890s-1940s||City Life|
|2||The New Colonialism, 1945-1960||Gender and Colonialism
The Rise of African Nationalism, 1940s-1960s
|4||South Africa, 1890-1960|
|7||Soldiers and the State, 1960-1980||Military Coups|
|8||The ANC and the End of Apartheid, 1960-1994||The Rise and Fall of Apartheid|
From Debt to Democratization, 1980-2000
|10||Film Screening and Discussion|
|Term 3||1||Rwanda and the Great Congo War, 1994-2004||The Rwandan Genocide|
|2||Africa Since 1994||Africa and the World Since 1994|
|3||No lecture||No seminar|
|4||No lecture||No seminar|