HISB51H11 Exam.doc

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Department
History
Course
HISB51H3
Professor
Steven Rockel
Semester
Winter

Description
University of Toronto Scarborough HISB51H Final Examination 2011 Time: Two Hours No Aids Value: 35% Answer two questions from Part A and five from Part B. Part A: Essays (70% of total exam grade) 1. Discuss the interrelationship between African environments, disease, and human activities over the last 120 years, identifying key moments in history. 2. African women and their families have borne the brunt of colonization and then the instability and lack of development in postcolonial Africa. Do you agree? 3. How did Europe rule Africa during the colonial period? What were the basic systems and techniques of control? Were there significant differences between the main imperial powers? 4. Nationalist leaders such as Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Patrice Lumumba of the Congo and Julius Nyerere of Tanzania emerged through different colonial experiences and developed distinctive philosophical and political styles. What problems did they have to face? Compare and contrast their personal approaches to national and Pan-African liberation struggles. 5. Is there any connection between the colonial legacy, the crisis of the state in postcolonial Africa, and the numerous civil wars that have impeded developme
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