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Syllabus of the Subject: Methodology and African Prehistory (Volume I of the UNESCO General History of Africa)

  1. Professor Joseph Ki-Zerbo (Burkina Faso): Director of the Volume I (Methodology and African Prehistory);
  2. African History sources;
  3. Research methods used writing the General History of Africa.

Methodology and African Prehistory
Methodology and African Prehistory
Source: UNESCO General History of Africa.

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The Subject “Methodology and African Prehistory (UNESCO)” belongs to the following Online Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

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UNESCO General History of Africa.

African Prehistory.

Topics discussed (Methodology and African Prehistory).

  1. African Historiography;
  2. Living oral tradition;
  3. African historical research;
  4. Interdisciplinary methods;
  5. Historical sources;
  6. Humanization and African fossil man;
  7. Prehistory of Africa;
  8. Prehistoric Farming Techniques;
  9. African prehistoric art;
  10. History of the African Society;
  11. Invention and diffusion of metals;
  12. African archaeology;
  13. Historical Geography;
  14. African linguistics;
  15. Races and the History of Africa;
  16. Migration and differentiation (linguistic/ethnic);
  17. African languages;
  18. Storm stages and glaciers Africa;
  19. Development of social systems.

Authors of the Volume I of the UNESCO General History of Africa (Methodology and African Prehistory): J.D. FAGE, Boubou Hama, J. KI-ZERBO, P.D. CURTIN, Théophile Obenga, Hichem Djaït, I. HRBEK, J. VANSINA, Ahmadou Hampaté Bá, Z. ISKANDER, Pathé Diagne, R. LEAKEY, D. OLDEROGGE, J.H. GREENBERG, D. DALBY, S. DIARRA, R. PORTERES, F. DEBONO, Akin Mabogunje, or. SAIDI, H. FAURE, and. COPPENS, L. BALOUT, J.E.G. SUTTON, J. D. CLARK, H. J. HUGOT, T. SHAW, J. BARREAU, J. VERCOUTTER, R. Of BAYLE, F. VAN NOTEN...

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