Final Exam Study Guide (1)

Final Exam Study Guide (1) - CAAS 111 FINAL EXAM STUDY...

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CAAS 111 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE Winter 2009 Profs. J. Scott and K. Askew The final exam will take place on Friday, April 24 th from 4:00-6:00 PM in our same lecture hall, 1120 Weill Hall. It is cumulative and entails review of course materials—readings, lectures, films, discussions—from the full semester. The identifications included below, however, are only those introduced since the midterm exam (we refer you to the midterm study guide for the identifications from the first half of the semester). The exam will consist of two sections: identifications and essays. SECTION I: IDENTIFICATIONS (50%) Section I will present a selection of eight terms drawn from the list below. You will be asked to identify and define five of the terms and to state the significance of each for the study of Africa and its diasporas. Kwame Nkrumah First Prime minister of Ghana in 1957, He had many problems, with unifying the country, industrializaing Ghana—he had a First prime minister of Ghana 1957 Problems Problems with unity of the country Industrialization Ghana had a hard  time trying to figure out how to  make it in the world. Trying to get  he country to progress Status and treatment of blacks all  over  Frantz Fanon Marcus Garvey Martin Delany W.E.B. Du Bois UNIA Black Star Line Psalm 68:31 Ethiopianism Colonialism Négritude Berlin Conference, 1884-85 interahamwe Hutu/Tutsi “legitimate commerce” “3 Cs” Christianity, commerce, civilization Indirect rule Assimilation Haile Selassie Red Rubber George Washington Williams Walter Rodney Wrote the article “how Europe underdeveloped Africa” also some details of his life are in lecture Neo-colonialism Pan-Africanism “reflex influence” American Colonization Society Paul Cuffe Monocrop economies Call-and-response Syncopation Ras Tafari Shashamene Sidi Empire Windrush Ship that was advertised that was leaving Jamaica and hundreds showed up, first mass migration back to a colonial motherland. . Secondary migration Remittance “Lost Boys” Lord Kitchener Bob Marley
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Pan-African Congress Mzungu/obruni East African word for Stranger/foreigner/white person. Shouted in the streets if you’re a tourist. Obama’s article.Obruni is the west African word- mentioned in the Hartman piece. Three-tiered racial order United States of Africa Black Latinos Kwame Nkrumah
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First Prime minister of Ghana in 1957, He was also the prime minister when Ghana declared Independece. This declaration gave a lot of pride to all Africans. He encountered many problems including unifying the country, and industrializing Ghana. He also had a hard time trying to figureout how to make Ghana have it’s place in the world. He also was a panafricanist who was determined to better the lives, status and treatment of Africans all over the world. He also created the United States of Africa which would allow a market for all of the independent states of Africa to trade together instead of with Europe who had exploited them so harshly. This is important to the themes we learned
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