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HIST0375

Struggles in Southern Africa

Struggles for Change in Southern Africa
In this course we will examine the tumultuous period of social struggle in southern Africa in the decades following World War II. Major topics to be covered include the rise of apartheid and the mobilization of anti-apartheid resistance in South Africa and Namibia; the liberation struggle against white settler rule in Zimbabwe; the fight for freedom from Portuguese colonialism in Mozambique; and Mozambique's protracted civil war following independence. A central purpose of this course is to explore how these different arenas of struggle transformed individual lives and social relations in complex and diverse ways, generating enduring impacts and challenges within the region.
Subject:
History
Department:
History
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL HIS SOC
Equivalent Courses:
AMST0375

Sections

Spring 2015

HIST0375A-S15 Lecture
HIST0375B-S15 Lecture

Fall 2013

HIST0375A-F13 Lecture (Tropp)

Spring 2012

HIST0375A-S12 Lecture (Tropp)

Spring 2009

HIST0375A-S09 Lecture (Ralph)
HIST0375Y-S09 Discussion (Ralph)
HIST0375Z-S09 Discussion (Ralph)

Fall 2007

HIST0375A-F07 Lecture (Ralph)
HIST0375Y-F07 Discussion (Ralph)
HIST0375Z-F07 Discussion (Ralph)

Fall 2005

HIST0375A-F05 Lecture (Ralph)
HIST0375X-F05 Discussion (Ralph)
HIST0375Y-F05 Discussion (Ralph)
HIST0375Z-F05 Discussion (Ralph)