21c+-+Decolonization

21c+-+Decolonization - always ascribed in French to...

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Decolonization I. Explanations A. Imperial Recap B. Demand by Colonial Peoples for Independence C. Emergence of Nationalism in Colonies D. Inability or Unwillingness of Colonial Power to Resist E. Experience and Rhetoric of WWII Patterns of Decolonization: Violent or Non-Violent A. Civil War B. Negotiated C. Incomplete/Violent
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Decolonization I. Gandhi’s India A. Upbringing and Education B. Satyagraha C. Jallianwallah Bagh D. The Great Salt March E. Rabindranath Tagore F. Independence and Partition
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Mahatma Gandhi
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Jallianwallah Bagh, April 13 1919
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The Great Salt March 1930
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Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941)
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Independence and Partition
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Decolonization II. Ho Chi Mihn’s Vietnam A. Ho’s Upbringing and Education B. Viet Minh C. Dien Bein Phu D. Geneva Peace Conference
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Ho Chi Minh
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Dien Bein Phu May 1954
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Africa III. Africa for the Africans A. Negritude B. Aime Cesaire C. Leopold Sedar Senghor D. Franz Fanon E. Violent Decolonization in Algeria F. Nelson Mandela
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Aime Cesaire Dante Rossetti “The Beloved” (1866)
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Frantz Fanon 1925-1961 "Is not whiteness in symbols
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Unformatted text preview: always ascribed in French to Justice, Truth, Virginity?" "What does a man want? | What does a black man want? | At the risk of arousing the resentment of my colored brothers, I will say that the black is not a man. ( BSWM , 1967: 8) There is a zone of nonbeing, an extraordinarily sterile and arid region, an utterly naked declivity where an authentic upheaval can be born." ( BSWM , 1967: 8) Algeria Nelson Mandela Trial, April 20, 1964 My Lord, I am the First Accused I admit immediately that I was one of the persons who helped to form Umkhonto we Sizwe. We want a just share in the whole of South Africa. During my lifetime I have dedicated my life to this struggle of the African people. It is an ideal for which I hope to live and to see realized. But My Lords, if it needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die. - Mandela would spend the next 27 years of his life in prison. Israel War of Independence...
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