Lecture 29 European Imperialism In Africa

Lecture 29 European Imperialism In Africa - Europe in...

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Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) Madama Butterfly, Act II, ‘Un bel di, vedremo’ 17 February 1904, La Scala, Milan 28 May 1904, Brescia
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Imperialism (I): Europe in Africa
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Imperialism defined The domination of one people over another The process by which a state with superior military strength and advanced technology imposes control over the land, resources, and population of a less developed region
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Imperialism versus colonialism Colonialism Permanent settlement
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Explanations for imperialism European population explosion The Industrial Revolution Racism The Christianizing project (missionaries)
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Nationalism and nationalistic European rivalry: competitive nation states
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The outcome for Africa
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Africa in the 19 th century The anti-slavery movement Missionaries and explorers (David Livingstone, 1813-1873)
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Unformatted text preview: Europe in Africa South Africa: The British and the Dutch The Boer War, 1899-1902 Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902): a force cast in an idea The French : Algeria West Africa Tunisia Morocco Egypt: The Suez Canal (1869) Germany The Colonial League (1882) The Society for German Colonization (1884) Karl Peters (1856-1918), East Africa Company Italy: Libya (1911) The European push inland: Belgium and the Congo King Leopold II (1865-1909) Joseph Conrad, The Heart of Darkness (1902) Exterminate the brutes Africa in 1914 Free states: Liberia and Ethiopia Battle of Omdurman, the Sudan, 1898 British casualties: 28 Muslim tribesmen casualties: 11,000 Puccini Suor Angelica , 1918 Senza mamma, o bimbo, tu sei morto...
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