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Africa / A Continental Overview : A 6 page essay providing an overview of the continent’s history, geography, religion and art. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Afrpor.wps

Colonialism in Africa : A 4 page paper discussing the book, "African Perspective on Colonialism," by A. Adu Boahen. In this book we get a very unique view of the circumstances that existed during history in regards to colonial Africa. While numerous books illustrate the European view point and still numerous others address the African perspective, Boahen’s book in illustrating the African viewpoint, also brings into account the European perspective in a way that bridges gaps yet remains true to the African people. An interesting aspect of the book which addresses the effects of colonialism in Africa ventures to examine what Africa may well have been like today, had the colonization never taken place. An interesting book that gives the reader yet another perspective of the colonization of Africa. No additional sources cited. Afrcol.wps

Changes In South Africa / Coming Of The White Man : A 4 page paper analyzing the influences of imperialism on South Africa from 1870-1936. The author presents the social and individual impact of colonization of South Africa by the White, Christian European (British) forces and the impact that changes introduced had upon the pre-existing tribal structures. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Afrosout.wps

After Apartheid : A 2 page essay about sociopolitical conditions for Blacks in South Africa since the collapse of apartheid. Bibliography lists 4 references. Aparaftr.wps

South Africa / Political & Social Change Since The End Of Apartheid : This 8 page paper looks at contemporary South Africa. Ideas from Nelson Mandela's "Long Walk to Freedom" are included. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Safrica.wps

Managerial Practices In South Africa / After Apartheid : A 10 page research paper exploring changes in managerial practices since the collapse of the Apartheid system. Significant changes are being made in the structure of business practices in the last few years. Aggressive promotion of privatization and Black empowerment are two of the changes that are having major impacts on how businesses are run in the country. More specifically, some companies are beginning to implement management techniques associated with successful businesses in other countries. These changes and their effects are discussed in this paper. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Samgt.wps

Modern South Africa / History, Government & Bureaucracy : This 12 page paper looks at how modern South Africa came into being. The writer assesses what the country’s primary challenges were . . . and still are. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Safri.wps

(The) Soweto Uprising : 15 pages in length. A comprehensive research paper on the Soweto uprising arguing that "it was not simply the nature of Bantu Education itself, but changing economic policies of the government, the changing demographics of students in the townships, and the ideals of Black consciousness, which led to the initial three day uprising and the following six months of protest, fighting, strikes, and demands for a change in the regime of South Africa." Four sources cited. Afrotown.wps

Doing Business in South Africa : 3 pages of research discussing obstacles faced by foreign (U.S.) businesses wishing to operate in South Africa since apartheid. Focus is on Goodyear. 4 sources listed in bibliography. Apartbus.wps

Contemporary South Africa : A 9 page paper that looks at the economic, political and social changes in the newly developing South Africa outside of the rule of apartheid. Since the first free election in that country in 1994, a number of changes have occured that are directly related to the new political order of the country and have pushed South Africa into the forefront of developing nations. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Southafr.wps

African-American Art & Apartheid : A 5 page paper that considers the impacts of African American art and artists on the transition from Apartheid rule and suggest that the prevellence of compassionate correlations made in American art have underscored the imperative of black artists in South Africa. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Afra.wps

Civil War in Southern Africa : Civil wars in Southern Africa have brought devastation on all levels - from political upheaval to famine, genocide and mass displacement. The diversity and history of conflict have added to systems of corrupt and, or, inept governments to bring most of the African States into and through the experience of civil wars. This 5 page paper explores the effects of the civil wars and examines the direction of development in store for Southern Africa. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Civsouaf.wps

If South Africa Can Do It, So Can Israel & Northern Ireland ! : A 6 page research paper on South Africa's maintenance of a more "free" society. The writer offers this country as a model to others -- still suffering from socio-political turmoil because of race relations. Included in the discussion are comparisons with Northern Ireland, Israel, etc; Essentially, the paper analyzes how South Africa overcame Apartheid on the dominant political reign of Afrikaners -- offering ideas for these two other race/religion-torn countries in particular. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Soafrica.wps

Nelson Mandela / Life & Struggle : A 4 page research paper discussing the life of Nelson Mandela. Mandela fought his entire life for freedom, equality, an end to apartheid. He completed a law degree through correspondence and practiced briefly. He was convicted of treason and served 27 years of a life sentence. He was elected President of South Africa in 1994, the first election in which black citizens were allowed to vote. Bibliography included. Mandela.wps

Nelson Mandela’s "Long Walk to Freedom" : A 5 page paper giving personal thoughts, reactions and analysis of this book by Nelson Mandela. Mandela2.wps

Nelson Mandela’s Speech As Song : A 6 page paper comparing the inaugural speech of Nelson Mandela with the performance of Verdi’s Radames in the opera Aida, and exploring the ways in which a knowledge of the structure of music can lead to a deeper understanding of public addresses. Mandela’s use of technique quietly and politely leads his audience to the point that they want more, even though a significant percentage of his audience was white. Both the black and the white could easily supply the unstated meaning of the progression through which Mandela led them. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Nelman.wps

The Impact of Apartheid On The Musical Cultures Of South Africa : A 2 page paper that considers the impact of Apartheid and social oppression on the progression of musical cultures through out the country. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Samusic.doc

The Oral Tradition in African Literature : Walter Ong, in his work Orality and Literacy, stated that the oral cultures of the world are based in words that have not static objects, but instead are comprised of events, power and actions (31-32). This 5 page paper considers the basic premise of Ong’s basic evaluations of oral traditions, and demonstrates them through a view of Courlander and Herzog’s recount of the African short story "Talk." Bibliography lists 2 sources. Oraltrad.wps

Manchester Conferences / Africa 1945, 1990 : A 4 page essay on the differences between these two conferences in terms of attendees, stated goals, aftermath and ongoing consequences. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Africonf.wps

Casablanca v. Monrovia : A 4 page essay on the various effects and use of democracy among the Casablanca group and the Monrovian group (1963) in Africa. The writer posits that the leaders of some of the African nations within these groups have failed to come to terms with the socialist-democratic issue. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Casamonr.wps

Waiting for Equality : A 6 page piece on the African Slave Trade, relating the European and American (Atlantic) history and economics of the trading of African peoples. The paper postulates, though citations, that there is a lot yet to be done for total equality and a hope for that future. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Slavet.wps

Inequities In The Development Of Modern Africa : A 6 page paper that reflects the political, social and economic development in Africa in the post World War II era and considers the inequities that exist between the government and social elites and the tribes and working populations of many countries in the sub-Saharan region of the continent. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Mafrica.wps

The Subtle Rebellion Of African Slaves : 5 pages in length. Ever since slavery was a reality, the enslaved Africans fought to find their way back to freedom. Some methods called for violence; others were more subtle and intellectual. The writer examines these methods and touches upon the reason violent uprisings so rarely accomplished their goal. Subtler.wps

The Geography Of Egypt : A 20 page paper discussing geographical aspects of the Arab Republic of Egypt. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Egyptgeo.doc

Aswan High Dam : In 8 pages, the writer analytically discusses the Aswan High Dam on the Nile River in Egypt, giving an analysis of the sociopolitical aspects involved. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Aswanhi.wps

The Sudan : A 20 page paper on the land, government, and people of Sudan. The paper discusses some of the more interesting and relevant points of the Sudan and gives a little information on some things that someone might want to do there if they were to visit. There is a big map at the end of the paper as well as five smaller maps that help to identify certain points of interest. Extensive bibliography included. Sudan1.wps

Rwanda / The 1994 Conflict : A 10 page paper discussing the Rwanda conflict of 1994. A description of the previous history of Rwanda is briefly detailed in an attempt to illustrate some of the possible roots to the devastation that took place in 1994. this is followed by detailed political details of some of the regions of Rwanda which illustrates the unrest that was occurring throughout the region. The complete and brutal devastation that occurred in 1994 is also detailed, followed by illustrations of legal actions. The paper is concluded with a discussion about the after effects of this massacre, mainly that the world is now more aware of the possibilities that lie in each and every region of the world. Bibliography lists 5 sources. RArwanda.wps

Rwanda 1994 : A 5 page paper discussing the incident in 1994 that took place in Rwanda, South Africa, whereby nearly one million people were mercilessly slaughtered as a result of careful words on the part of officials who instigated the rage and anger. An analysis of the book "Season of Blood," by Fergal Keane, is a large part of the paper as this book details nearly anything of importance to the ugly reality of the story. While some may ignorantly claim it was age old prejudices that led to this genocide, it is most obviously not prejudices that fired the people up to the point of behaving in such inhumane fashion. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Rwand.wps

Rwanda / The Wrong Color For The World’s Morality : A 5 page essay in which the writer explores the reasons for the international community’s lack of moral backbone during the Rwandan massacres in 1994. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Rwanda4.wps

The Rwandan Civil War : A 5 page overview of the conflict between the Hutu and Tutsi tribes of Rwanda which culminated in a bloody civil war in 1994 in which the Hutu majority tried to exterminate the Tutsi minority. The writer gives the historical background which led up to this conflict showing the multiple causal factors which contributed to this genocidal effort. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Hututsi.wps

Is Uganda A Democracy? : 10 pages in length. Democracy is a political way of life that involves each and every person in all phases of decision-making and rule. Indeed, it is a most desired manner by which to run a country; however, democratic rule is not easy to come by. Nations have fought for the right to call themselves a democracy, while others have endured great hardships and constant battle without ever achieving its liberating results. The writer discusses how Uganda is one nation that has rallied back from severe oppression to be able to claim the democratic way of life as its own. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Ugandem.wps

Sierra Leone / Exemplary Of The "Third World" : An 8 page research paper on this tiny African country located in the "bulge" of Africa. The writer discusses the country’s history, ethnic, and economic background as well as the recent political unrest which has plagued the country. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Sierral.wps

Zaire, Past & Present : A 7 page paper discussing an overview of Zaire, its history and social background and recent political developments. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Zaire.doc

Problems in African Countries : Approximately 8 pages worth of notes & overview of socio-political problems in various African countries including : Zaire, Nigeria, Algeria, Sudan... Bibliography lists 7+ sources. Afriprob.wps

The Political Success And Fall Of Kwame Nkrumah : An 11 page paper that discusses three aspects of Nkrumah's politics. These are: inspiration for political theories, his rise to power, and his fall. The paper addresses Nkrumah's philosophies and affiliations generally, his communistic affiliations, his affiliation with George Padmore that brought him to power, and the internal and external political decisions he made affecting the overthrow of the Nkrumah government. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Nkrumah.doc

The Algerian Revolution : A 6 page overview of the Algerian Revolution. The writer concentrates on the role of the various Algerian factions and the French government in the events leading up the revolution. Bibliography lists eight sources. Algeriar,wps

Ghana & The Effects Of Decolonization : A 10 page analysis of the historical colonization of Ghana, the effects of decolonization affecting the nation today, and how that history should and should not be applied to decolonization practices as proposed by modern-day philosophers. The paper discusses the problems being experienced by the lower classes and how the philosophers suggest changing that problem while relying on African strengths exhibited throughout history. Ghana, as the African nation leader for change, has much to offer from a historical and modern-day viewpoint. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ghanad.wps

Mali’s Economic & Political Systems / Then & Now : a 14 page report that traces the origins of the Mali Empire from inception to the modern African republic. The decline of a wealthy, prosperous state to one that is riddled with poverty and hardship is discussed in terms of governmental structures and economic conditions. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Mali.wps

Solving the Problems of a Third World Country / Mali : An insightful 6 page report in which the writer attempts to act as a Malian leader and solve various socio-political problems in Mali. All answers are well-though and based upon documented research. Included in the discussion are : desertification, education, health care, political climate, and more. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Maliagen.wps

The Development of Morocco : A 10 page paper discussing the North Africa nation of Morocco and its program of development. The writer illustrates how Morocco is a model of a successful third world nation embarking on a partnership with the United States in behalf of its own progress. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Devmoroc.wps

African Tribal Culture / Rites Of Passage : This 12 page paper focuses upon a number of African rites of passage as they pertains to young men. The Bushmen, Toma, Gisu, Makonde and Masai tribes are among those highlighted. Bibliography lists 17 sources. Rites.wps

Dogon Religion : A 10 page paper discussing how the Dogon of Mali, Africa, view the origin of the world and how it is connected with astronomy. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Dogonrel.wps

Birth Twins & Symbolism In African Religion / The Dogon : A 6 page paper that provides an overview of twins in African religion and ritual, with a focus on both symbolic and birth twins in Dogon tribes. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Afrtwins.wps

The Dogon Religion & Animals : A 10 page research paper which explores the animistic aspect of religious belief in this primitive African culture. The writer discusses the role that animals play in Dogon rituals which predict the future, and also gives a possible explanation for the mystery surrounding the impressive knowledge of this primitive tribe regarding the star cluster which makes up the "dog star," Sirius A and B. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Dogon.doc

The Cattle-Complex Society Of The Barabaig : A 5 page essay on the part that cattle play in the society and culture of the Barabaig tribe of Tanzania. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Cattelco.wps

Cultural Comparison of Non-Verbal Communications / Ghana vs. U.S.A. : A 5 page paper on non-verbal communications in Ghana (Africa) as compared with those in the United States. Ways to convey interest, arouse attention with facial expressions, make motions & gestures, communicate mood or attitude with clothing, etc; are examined. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Nonvergh.wps nonverbal

Culture & Religion in Three African Countries : 7 pages in length. Discusses cultures, religions, and histories of three African countries : Zimbabwe, Egypt, and South Africa. Concludes with a brief comparison of these three. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Afr3cult.wps

Ethnic Slave Rebellions In The Caribbean & Bahia : A 7 page comparative review of two journal articles on Colonial slavery in the Caribbean & Bahia, treatment of the enslaved, measures to combat slave resistance, ethic slave revolts, etc.; The writer is extremely informative, analytical, and pays great attention to detail. No Bibliography. Slavarti.wps

French Colonial Policy / The Berbers vs. The Arabs : This 15 page paper discusses French colonial policy as applied toward the Berbers of Morocco and compared to the policy France adopted relating to the Arabs. The report includes a brief history of the Berbers, examples of the French attitude regarding the Berbers, and French and Arab relations. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Berber.wps

Film Review : A 2 page reaction essay to the movie "This Magnificent African Cake." Film depicted the hypocrisy of imperialistic conquest of Africa by European countries during the early 20th century. No bibliography. Africake.wps

Egypt / Her History and Future : An 8 page history of Egypt. The writer discusses land holdings, industries, tourism, people, crops, and water crisis. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Egypt.wps

Egypt & India / A Comparison Of Cultures : A 6 page outline of the cultural similarities between Egypt and India. Emphasis is placed on familial structure. Bibliography lists four references. Egyindia.wps

Somalia / An Essay On The Economics Of Famine : A 1 page essay on hunger in Somalia in which the writer presents a brief overview of agricultural & economic problems as well as their implications for the region and the world. No bibliography. Somaleco.wps *TOTAL FOR THIS ESSAY ONLY $ 9.95 !

Somalia : A 6 page overview of the politics of Somalia with particular emphasis on international and U.S. foreign policies and military and economic aid. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Somalia.wps

Modern South Africa / History, Government & Bureaucracy : This 12 page paper looks at how modern South Africa came into being. The writer assesses what the country’s primary challenges were . . . and still are. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Safri.wps

African Women & Development : This 11 page paper gives an overview of the issues and problems facing women in the developing nations of Africa. Bibliography lists eight sources. Afrwomen.wps

Kenya & Senegal / Tourism : A 17 page paper examining the various issues relating to tourism in the African areas of Kenya and Senegal. Each region is examined individually in relationship to their involvement in tourism. As might be expected, Kenya is far more involved in tourism than is Senegal. This is largely due to the fact that Kenya has been known for its wondrous wildlife parks while Senegal has been largely concerned with merely staying afloat economically speaking. Tourism in Senegal is experiencing growth however, and this is covered in as much depth as is possible. Following individual sections focusing on the individual regions, is a section which compares the two in a competitive manner. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Toursen.wps

Women in Kenya : 6 pages worth of compiled research and information on the social role of women in Kenya, their high fertility rates, culture, and tradition. Insight is given into the socio-health related problems that exist and what is (or is not) being done to solve them. An interview with a woman from Kenya (who now lives in the U.S.) is cited. Bibliography lists 6 relevant sources. Kenyawmn.wps

Nigeria / One Example Of The Influence Of Christian Imperialism In Sub-Saharan Africa : A 5 page paper discussing the Christianization that occurred in Nigeria between the 1880s and the 1930s. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Nigeria.wps

Human Rights Violations In Nigeria & New Guinea : A 7 page paper that provides an comparison between the human rights violations in Nigeria and those in New Guinea, and suggests the reason why outside response has been so limited. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Humright.doc

Evolution Away from the Folk Society in New Guinea : A 6 page paper discussing the notion of progress as people in the New Guinea highlands continue to abandon many of their traditional roles while yet still keeping traditional tools. In times past, the "Big Man" of the community was one to which the locals could place both their trust and their cash. He dealt in influence, and his currency was social favors. The concept of the Big Man is only one that remains with the rapid commercialization of the society, but it is indicative of the dilemma in which the people find themselves. In attempting to blend the old with the new, one must almost always make room for the other.No additional sources cited. Newguin2.wps

Assessing the Folk Societies of New Guinea : A 6 page paper addressing the changes that may have occurred in folk societies before they are discovered by anthropologists. In the world of the anthropologist, the society of investigation is seen for what it is as far as the anthropologist can determine. What remains unknown, aside from the stories of the people of the culture, is the history of the society and how it may have changed over the years, decades, or even centuries. Any move toward "civilization" as we understand it is seen as progress, but one wonders if it truly is. No additional sources cited. Newguin1.wps

Nigeria and China-- An Economic Comparison : A 7 page research paper comparing the economies of China and Nigeria . The writer details the structure of the two economies, their major industries, and how they are managed. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Chinnige.wps

Improving Conditions in Libya : A 6 discussion of several sociopolitical problems in Libya and the best recommendations to help solve them. The following issues are included in the discussion : Economic diversification, improving U.N. relations, unemployment, women's rights, and criminal justice. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Libyaage.wps

US-Libyan Relations, Sanctions & Aftermath : A 10 page research paper discussing the effects of the bombing of TWA Flight 103 at Lockerbie, and the political aftermath of the US’s fight for Gaddafi’s extradition of the bombing suspects. With the ineffectiveness of UN sanctions, the US sanctions placed on Libya in 1996 have caused a global outcry against US extraterritorial legislation. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Cnlybia.wps

Journey of a Black Man from Liberia to the U.S. : 6 pages in length. An excellent report for those studying cultural anthropology. Based largely on an interview with a 53 year-old man who came to the U.S. from Liberia, the writer discusses language, culture, social structure, and political problems in Liberia and contains the interviewee's comments on the "absurd" racial tensions that exist in the U.S. between Whites and Blacks. No Bibliography. Liberian.wps

The Maji Maji Rebellion : A 10 page discussion of the Maji Maji rebellion as an example of the effects of harsh European controls in Africa during the early 20th century. Several African nations had fallen under the powerful influence of a German monetary economy and Maji Maji essentially represented a collective effort for Independence. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Majimaji.wps

Benjamin Franklin vs. Olaudah Equiano (African)/ Comparative Autobiographies : A 5 page paper that compares the autobiographies of Benjamin Franklin and Olaudah Equiano. This paper considers the way in which each many writes about their cultures, society considerations, and difficult problems in America and Africa. Franklin's authobiography is set in the context of U.S. history, while Equiano's is based in the historical perspective of European and American slave trade. No additional sources cited. Equiano.wps

An Argument for Monogamy : In this 5 page report, the writer makes an excellent argument for monogamy-- describing it in an historical context as actually outdating polygamy. The evolution of hunting societies and the imbalance of sexes in society are two of the many causal factors attributed to the unfortunate rise of polygamy. In great detail, the writer also explores social, medical, and economic reasons to promote monogamy. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Monogamy.wps

Monogamy & Polygamy This 10 page paper examines the practices of monogamy and polygamy and concludes that monogamy is the best choice. The conclusion comes after an examination of a variety of cultures that have allowed for multiple spouses. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Monopoly.wps

Santeria & Voodoo Religion(s) : 13 page-long elaborate discussion of religion in Africa. Divided into sections, key focuses are on : Animism (the religious belief that everything on Earth is imbued with a powerful spirit, capable of helping or harming human needs), Voodoo, and the Santeria Religion. Many issues, ideas, and subtopics are explored. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Africrel.wps

Women As Part Of The History Of The Sahara : This 15 page paper looks at the nations surrounding and affected by the Sahara Desert, as well as role of women in Saharan Africa throughout history. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Sahara.wps

Piercing & Tattoos / Cultural Expression : An 8 page overview of the cultural underpinnings of body piercing and tattoos. The writer provides a brief history, health aspects, and negative and positive concepts about the latest form of body expression. The author argues that these forms of expression are more or less safer than breast implants and more acceptable forms of body alteration. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Tattoo.wps

Female Circumcision & Genital Mutilation : Approximately 6 pages in length. Paper discusses issues concerning female circumcision/genital mutilation. Cultural reasons (draws heavily upon African culture) and medical/health effects are examined. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Femaleci.wps

Ritualistic Female Mutilation : A 9 page essay on the practice of female genital mutilation considered traditional in many parts of Africa. Though not as prevalent in the cities, the estimated numbers of girls subjected to the ritualistic surgery, normally without the benefit of anaesthesia, is between 90 and 94 percent. When researchers ask why the mutilations are performed, the standard reply is that it is tradition, or (more rarely) that it enhances beauty. Native women are working with villagers to help end the practice, trying to help them see that not only is this surgery unncessary, it is also physically and psychologically damaging for a life time. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Mutilate.wps

(The) Hanging Gardens of Babylon : A short, 3 page discussion of the Hanging Gardens of Bablyon, their story & features. Focus is upon what makes them one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Gardenba.wps

The Influence Of African Art in Haiti : A 10 page paper that describes the influences of African art on Haiti and looks at some early Haitian artists and considers the role of their African heritage in the development of their craft. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Arihaiti.wps

West African Culture : A 3 page review of textbook information on early West African culture (literature, poetry, music, dance, sculpture etc.;) and heritage as well as its similarity to that of Native American Indians. Afroesay.wps

African Tribal Groups / The Nuer and E.E. Evans-Pritchard : A 7 page paper that reviews Evans-Pritchard's perspectives on the culture, society, community, and kinship of the Nuer of the Southern Sudan. 1 source cited. Nuer.wps

The Nuer Religion & Its Views Of Nature : A 10 page paper discussing the Nuer religion in Africa and its views regarding nature, as well as the foundation for those beliefs. There are currently close to one million Nuer living in the Sudan and Ethiopia. Bibliography lists six sources. Relnuer.wps

Birth Twins & Symbolism In African Religion / The Dogon : A 6 page paper that provides an overview of twins in African religion and ritual, with a focus on both symbolic and birth twins in Dogon tribes. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Afrtwins.wps

The Dogon Religion & Anitmals : A 10 page research paper which explores the animistic aspect of religious belief in this primitive African culture. The writer discusses the role that animals play in Dogon rituals which predict the future, and also gives a possible explanation for the mystery surrounding the impressive knowledge of this primitive tribe regarding the star cluster which makes up the "dog star," Sirius A and B. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Dogon.doc

The Xhosa People / Culture & Clash With Europeans : The Xhosa speaking nation in South Africa is second only to the Zulus in numbers. This 11 page report describes their location, society, history, culture, tradition, family life, etc.; The writer also covers historical tensions occurring between the Xhosa people and Europeans who came to the Cape. It is argued that the Xhosas' own lack of political unity, belief in mysticism, etc.;-- prevented them from being able to defend themselves successfully against the Europeans when conflict arose. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Xhosa.wps

The Abolition Of Transatlantic Slave Trade : A 9 page paper that provides an overview of the systems that supported transatlantic slave trade and the considers the elements that impacted abolition and its repercussions. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Tradesla.wps

Memmi's "The Colonizer and Colonized" : A 5 page paper that considers the historical, cultural, social and political roles of the colonized and the colonizer in Northern Africa. This paper provides a comparison between Memmi's work and two other authors, who reflect on the status of colonization in other regions of the world. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Colon.wps

Camara Laye’s "The Dark Child" / An Autobiographical Look At Africa : A 5 page essay on this book which examines traditional tribal life in Africa. Darkchi.wps

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