ASRCOctober25

ASRCOctober25 - ASRC Essays: October 25, 2007 Example: The...

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ASRC October 25, 2007 Essays: Example: The Role of Culture in the Rwandan Genocide o Culture according to Cabral o Culture according to Fanon o Relate Fanon’s and Cabral’s cultures to each other o Discuss cultures of Rwanda Hutu Tutsi Twa Their history relating together o Discuss impact of colonists on Hutu/Tutsi/Twa cultural interactions Enhancement of cultural barriers Tutsi- Elite o Discuss role of culture in Rwandan Genocide o Cultural barriers Innate As enhanced by colonists Role of culture in the collaboration of the moderate Hutu with Tutsis Role of Religion in Genocide Religion as a part of culture o How Genocide fit and did not fit into definitions given by Cabral and Fanon o Heritage called culture were distorted during colonialism; they need to be undermined by people in each country for African states to have viability Backwards aspects of culture that need to be undermined to create a national state To promote aspects of culture will revolutionize society
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2008 for the course AS&RC 191 taught by Professor Ademoyo, a during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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ASRCOctober25 - ASRC Essays: October 25, 2007 Example: The...

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