ARSCNovember29 - ARSC GOLDWIN SMITH Room HEC 9:00 a.m....

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ARSC November 29, 2007 GOLDWIN SMITH Room HEC 9:00 a.m. DECEMBER 11 th . I. Final Exam Clues: a. Early African History i. Some ancient African Civilizations ii. Check Readings by Walter Rodney, film clues, and notes from Prof. Bekerie’s class iii. Migration Patterns, names, dates b. Nationalism and decolonization i. Basic Questions of culture as tool for independence and post independence ii. Cabral/Fanon 1. Cabral is not romantic thesis- it is about having an internal capacity generate to be able to own economy so you can own immaterial aspects built on economy iii. Consequences of framework for African state iv. Neocolonial problem- root cause is members of middle class. Middle class elites c. State and nation building since independence i. Basic questions, national questions, triple heritage, social questions, economic patterns, strategies ii. Basic themes in contemporary economic documents- lagos plan of action, NEPAD (know two basic elements and know what it is) What does the acronym stand for? 1.
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