HIST 205 (Rev. C1): Africa in the World: Between the Atlantic Slave Trade and the Postcolonial World Report a Broken Link

History 205: Africa in the World: Between the Atlantic Slave Trade and the Postcolonial World involves a broad-ranging discussion that covers the situation of Africans in their continental homeland and the situation of people of African descent dispersed throughout the Americas as a result of the Atlantic slave trade.

All of the items below are required reading for the course. Other required readings are from the course textbook and other sources embedded into the online course materials. You will be directed to each of the readings below at the appropriate points in the course.

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Unit 1


The Atlantic Slave Trade and Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World
Click on Chapter 3 in the left column, or enter "48" in the Go To Page box.

Enter "32" in the Page box to locate Chapter 2.

Click on "Download PDF" to gain access to the article.

 

Unit 2


Africa and Africans in the New World During the Era of Abolition, 1808 to 1920




Unit 3


Africa and Peoples of African Descent in the Era of Colonialism and Racial Segregation
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Unit 4


Africa and Peoples of African Descent Since World War II and the Struggle for Independence and Social Equality

Unit 5


Africa in the World Today



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