Elikia M'Bokolo (Congolese Historian)

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Sub-subject: Elikia M'Bokolo (the Democratic Republic of the Congo). Syllabus:

  1. The Congolese Historian Elikia M'Bokolo (Catholic)
  2. The main works of Elikia M'Bokolo on the contemporary history of Africa and the African Civilisation
The sub-subject “Elikia M'Bokolo (Congolese historian)” is studied...
  1. Doctorate in Business in Africa (e-learning)
  2. Master in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Elikia M'Bokolo (Congolese Historian)

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Description of the Sub-Subject: Elikia M'Bokolo (Congolese historian).

Specialisation of Elikia M'Bokolo: The African History (modern and contemporaneous).

The Congolese historian Elikia (Espoir) M'Bokolo, was born on December 23, 1944, in Leopoldville (Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo); he is a specialist in the History of Africa (social, policy, and intellectual).

An emblematic figure in his country; Elikia M'Bokolo spent most of his career in France, where he was associate professor at the University. Currently; he is the Director of studies at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) in Paris. He is also Professor of History at the University of Kinshasa.

  1. Religion: Elikia M'Bokolo is Christian (Catholic)
  2. The main field of research of Elikia M'Bokolo: The political transformations in Africa, Central Africa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Congo, Mozambique, Ghana, the African Diasporas
  3. Influenced by Patrice Lumumba (History of the Africans by the Africans) and Kwame N'Krumah

The main books of Elikia M'Bokolo:

  1. Black Africa. History and civilisations
  2. Central Africa: development strategies and prospects
  3. Elikia M'Bokolo is the Author of Volume V (Africa from the 16th to the 18th Century) and Volume VII Africa since 1935 of the General History of Africa of the UNESCO
  4. Blacks and whites in Equatorial Africa: coastal societies and the French penetration to 1820-1874
  5. The coveted continent, Africa in the twentieth century
  6. Mirambo: a great chief against slave traders

Elikia M'Bokolo belongs to the Central African Economic Area of the African Civilisation.

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