Colonisation of Africa by the Europeans

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Syllabus of the Subject: Africa under the colonial domination, 1880-1935 (Volume VII of the General History of Africa of the UNESCO).

  1. Director of Volume VII (Africa under the colonial domination, 1880-1935): Albert Adu Boahen Kwadwo (Ghana)
  2. Africa in 1880: the African kings govern 80% of the continent
  3. Africa in 1914: only Ethiopia and Liberia were not colonised
  4. Military conquest of Africa by the imperialist powers
  5. Colonial implantation
  6. Attitude of the Africans
  7. Resistances
  8. New economic and social system
  9. Demographic transformations
The Subject (e-learning) “Africa under the colonial domination, 1880-1935 (UNESCO)” is part of the following Higher Education Programs taught by EENI (Business School) and the Hispano-African University of International Business:
  1. Master in Business in Africa (e-learning)
  2. Doctorates: Africa, Muslim Markets
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business

African Students, Master in Business, EENI (Business School) and HA University

African Civilisation.

Languages of study Higher Education in English or Post-secondary Education in French Afrique Colonisation Study in Portuguese Colonização Tertiary Education in Spanish Colonización.

“I know that Whites want to kill me to conquer my nation” Wobogo - the King of Mosi (Burkina Faso).

Sample of the Subject: Colonisation of Africa by the Europeans (General History of Africa of the UNESCO)
History of Africa colonial domination
Source: UNESCO (General History of Africa).

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Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Colonisation of Africa

Topics discussed (Africa under the colonial domination, 1880-1935).

  1. Colonisation
  2. Colonialism in Africa
  3. Partition of Africa
  4. Colonial African Economy
  5. Social repercussions of the Colonisation
  6. African resistances in the face of partition and conquest
  7. Two African independents States: Liberia and Ethiopia
  8. Consequences for Africa of the First World War
  9. European domination
  10. Colonisation and Religion in Africa
  11. Arts
  12. African nationalism. Marcus Garvey

Authors of Volume VII of the General History of Africa of the UNESCO (Africa in the 19th century until 1880): A. A. BOAHEN, G. N. UZOIGWE, M GUEYE, M. CROWDER, R. PELISSIER, W. RODNEY, B. Or. OLORUNTIMEHIN, A. E. AFIGBO, M. H. and. KANIKI, D. CHANAIWA, F. ESOAVELOMANDROSO, A. ISAACMAN, H. A. IBRAHIM, H.A. MWANZI, J. VANSINA, A. KASSAB, J. C. CALDWELL, A. B. DAVIDSON, A. A. ABDUSSALAM, M. B. AKPAN, Wole Soyinka, E. S. ATIENO-ODHIAMBO, R. F. BETTS, J. BERQUE, K. ASARE OPOKU, C. COQUERY-VIDROVITCH, F. S. ABUSEDRA, A. F. ISAACMAN, R. D. RALSTON...

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