colonization and de-colonization , History

Examine colonization and de-colonization in Africa in the 19th - 20th centuries.

Instructions-describe the scramble for Africa, colonialism and particularly the effects it had on both Africa and Europe. Address the beliefs Europeans had about Africans and colonized peoples in common. What ideals are essential for liberation? What is the affect of globalization on post colonial nations?  Address the issue of alienation in the colonial/post colonial context. Please note this essay should not just be a narrative, it should examine the ideals associated with these movement.

 

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