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History of Africa (7th - 11th century)



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Syllabus of the Subject: Africa between the 7th and 11th century (Volume III of the UNESCO General History of Africa)

  1. Islamization of the Maghreb;
  2. African Cultural Traditions;
  3. Bantu Expansion;
  4. Islamic World and Africa.

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Africa from 7th to 11th century CE
Master Doctorate: History of Africa 7th - 11th century
Source: UNESCO General History of Africa.

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The Subject “Africa 7th to 11th century (UNESCO)” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Master (MIB): Business in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB) - Online Education

Doctorate (DIB): African Business, Islamic Business.

Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB). Online Education

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorate in International Business and Foreign Trade in English or Study, Course Master Doctorate in International Business in French Histoire Afrique VII-XI Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Historia Africa VII-XI Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Historia Africa VII-XI.

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UNESCO General History of Africa.

African History (7th - 11th century).

Director of the Volume III (Africa from 7th to 11th century CE): S.E. M.M. El Fasi (Morocco).

Topics discussed (Africa from 7th to 11th century).

  1. Africa and the World's History;
  2. Islam Emergence;
  3. Muslim Empire;
  4. Islam Diffusion in Africa;
  5. Population Movements in Sudan;
  6. Bantu-speaking peoples;
  7. The Bantu expansion;
  8. Egypt: The Arab conquest and the Fatimid Empire;
  9. Christian Nubia;
  10. Islamization of the Maghreb and Berber resistance;
  11. The Sahara and Saharans;
  12. The Almohads;
  13. Trade in West Africa;
  14. Carrefour of the Chadian region;
  15. Upper Guinea (the Casamance in Senegal - Ivory Coast);
  16. The Guinean zone (Ivory Coast - Cameroon);
  17. Ethiopia and the Muslim World;
  18. Southern Africa;
  19. Central Africa;
  20. East Africa and the Comoros;
  21. The Horn of Africa;
  22. Madagascar;
  23. African Diaspora in Asia.

The authors of the Volume III of the UNESCO General History of Africa (Africa from 7th to 11th century CE): I. HRBEK, M. The FASI, M. TALBI, and. TALIB, S. LWANGO-LUNYIIGO, B W. ANDAH, Z. DRAMANI-ISSIFOU, T. LEWICKI, H. MONES, F. Of MEDEIROS, T. BIANQUIS, J. DEVISSE, J. VANSINA, S. JAKOBIELSKI, T. N. HUFFMAN, E. CERULLI, T. SHAW, F. T. MASAO, H.W. MUTORO, D. The NGE, T. MEKOURIA, C. EHRET, D. W. PHILLIPSON, B. DOMENICHINI, RAMIARAMANANA, A. BATHILY, J. DEVISSE...

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