Africa in World History [with MySearchLab Code] Epub



10 thoughts on “Africa in World History [with MySearchLab Code]

  1. Tom Oman Tom Oman says:

    It s very difficult to cover so much ground and still maintain a captivating read This is a quick breeze through of literally thousands of years of history However, it does a good job of realizing Africa s role in the world as a whole, rather than a world unto itself as it is sometimes conveyed It is unable to delve into many interesting elements of African history for need of brevity.If you know nothing about Africa this is not a bad place to start.


  2. Molly Molly says:

    Even though this is a history textbook, the writing is far from dry The text engages with historical occurrences from a variety of perspectives and explores issues of race, slavery, colonialism, and gender relations in the African continent The importance of past events in shaping the contemporary world is made clear I learned so much about the rich history of Africa.


  3. Diana Diana says:

    This was the textbook for my Survey of African History class I loved the class and wish there wereclasses like it at my college It s kind of sad though how little there was to the book, what was in there was interesting to learn, but I wish it could have gone a bitinto what was going on on the continent I know it s because it s a survey of history class, not a full on history class It s a great book to start out with if you don t know much about African History If you already kn This was the textbook for my Survey of African History class I loved the class and wish there wereclasses like it at my college It s kind of sad though how little there was to the book, what was in there was interesting to learn, but I wish it could have gone a bitinto what was going on on the continent I know it s because it s a survey of history class, not a full on history class It s a great book to start out with if you don t know much about African History If you already know the basics, I still suggest the book for the bibliography in it It has some interesting books listed The 4 star rating is for how much I learned from the book


  4. Andrew Andrew says:

    How can one understand world history without learning about Africa A fun and exciting read that was written for students of world history Gilbert connects many African events to world events, because Africa has not been solely a passive historical group of peoples but they have played active roles.


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Africa in World History [with MySearchLab Code] ❰Read❯ ➱ Africa in World History [with MySearchLab Code] Author Erik Gilbert – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk For one semester quarter survey courses on African History This comprehensive survey is the first to provide a view of African history in the wider context of World History The text illustrates how Af For one semester World History Epub Ù quarter survey courses on African History This comprehensive survey is the first to provide a view of African history in the wider context of World History The text illustrates how Africans have influenced regions beyond the continent s borders, how they have been influenced from outside, and how internal African developments can be compared and contrasted to those elsewhere in the world Identifying and presenting key debates within the field of African history, this volume encourages students to address the many Africa in PDF \ oversimplified myths regarding the continent and its people This remains the most accessible, digestible, and relevant text on the subject Compact and concise, it generates creative knowledge for students to appreciate the nature and essence of the formation of our global community Toyin Falola, University Distinguished Teaching Professor and the Frances Higginbotham Nalle Centennial Professor of History, University of Texas at Austin.