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African History

HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Indygenat, Desertion, Hut Tax

Pass Law – regulate presence of blacks in urban and “white” South Africa. ID card which took the form of a sort of book, info on your employment history. Allows a black person to be present or stay in the duration of the v...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Second Industrial Revolution, Social Darwinism, Rifling

“old Africa” – before imposition of colonialism – beginning to introduce new ways of doing, being, and becoming what was happening in Africa by about 1880? Polit dev w/in Africa have redrawn the map. Where Africa is at...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Aloe Vera, Menopause, Three Oaths

Period leading up to First World War – active resistance Giriama uprising - Mekatilili (nickname) – actual name ws Manyanzi wa Menza Active resistance among ppl who are considered stateless Giriama are part of the coas...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture 13: history_10_10_8

Joe Lunn’s book – written in 1999 Talked to veterans, esp w/ focus on oral history. Used administrative list o

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Scientific Racism, Cowry, David Livingston

Maji Maji Rebellion – 1905 – 1907 Resistance from below (as opposed to kings, queens, etc.) Cultivation in communal plots – split between governors (akidas/jumbe), colonial admin, and laborers Col were experimenting fo...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Intercropping, Agroforestry, Wangari Maathai

Usufructural rights – usage of land is given to you on certain conditions Ahoi (plural)/Muhoi (singular) – landless people Land sys – reflective of their prevailing mode of economic activity Hunger-Gather -> pastoralis...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Elijah Masinde, Net., Chinua Achebe

Lecture Social change in colonial Africa – taking stock of colonial impact so far and looking at the responses to it – what was the nature of the colonial situation? How can you turn the colonial situation to your advant...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Things Fall Apart, Bargaining

Things fall apart – clash between older pre-colonial sensibilities and colonial realities Indigenous vs. new sensibilities Tries to reconstruct a whole set of pre-colonial institutions Precolonial systems of administra...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Azula, Social History, Piece Work

Lecture Women focused on the political economy of the household – how power and authority are mobilized during the colonial period. However, not the first time there are concerns about ownership and authority over resour...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lebowa, Informal Sector, Kwazulu

Lecture Apartheid regime was embedded in law via legal instruments. South Africa seen by some as the very worst – maybe bc one of the first to come out in 1948 w/ clear intent to pursue policy of racial segregation and ...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Frantz Fanon, Bulimia Nervosa, The Wretched Of The Earth

Colonial government – would busy itself w/ admin urban areas, roughly the grand design, but didn’t always work out that way. Women for various reasons relocate – either legally or illegally, in spaces where they were not...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Limpopo River, Senzangakhona Kajama, Mzilikazi

Centralized political kingdoms – only 20% of landscape 1) trade 2) religion Acephalus – “headless” – no one particular person in who political power was vested 1) Zulu Kingdom – Mfecane (crushing) 2) Baso...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Buganda, Muammar Gaddafi, Secondary Source

Quest for independence in colonial Africa took various forms in different countries. Multiple players. Period of proto-nationalism – period before 1939 or 1945. Different groups in colonial Africa seeking accommodation w...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha
HISTORY 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Indep, Trade Union, Atlantic Charter

Colonialism was a brief period in the history of Africa. Lasted slightly more than sixty years. It was a brief interlude in the history of Africa, but it was an intensive, transformative experience for the bulk of the peo...

History
HISTORY 10
Kanogo Tabitha

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