Class DetailsA MySite eService
HIST 80 - INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY AFRICA
Closed or Canceled Class Cannot Be Added to Cart
Ticket#: 13220DLength: 13 weeks (9/12/2011 - 12/18/2011)
Location: BGS 353 Day/Time: T 3:00PM - 5:50
Units: 3Status: Closed
Instructor(s): M. LOVETT
Send Instructor Email (mlovett@saddleback.edu)
Seats Remaining: None
Class Status and Seats Remaining Last Updated at: 4/19/2014 11:07 PM
 
Catalog Description
A survey of African history from ancient Egypt to the present. Focus will be on the nature of early African empires and societies, the impact of the slave trade, responses to imperial conquest and colonial rule, the rise of nationalist movements and the regaining of political independence, and the contemporary challenges facing postcolonial African states and peoples. Also listed as PS 80. Credit given in either area, not both.
Important Dates
First Week of Class Begins:Too Late For ReminderMonday, 9/12/2011
First Class Meeting on:Too Late For ReminderTuesday, 9/13/2011
Add without Instructor Permission by:Too Late For ReminderMonday, 9/12/2011
Last Day to Add with APC*:Too Late For ReminderMonday, 9/26/2011
Drop with Refund by:Too Late For ReminderTuesday, 9/20/2011
Drop without 'W' Grade by:Too Late For ReminderTuesday, 10/4/2011
Drop with 'W' Grade by:Too Late For ReminderTuesday, 11/8/2011
Last Week of Class Ends:Too Late For ReminderSunday, 12/18/2011

*Earlier date may be required by instructor
Click on the Reminder Icon to set a personal reminder for that date.
 
BackTopics Covered | Learning Objectives | Methods of Evaluation