3 edition of The African-European in world history found in the catalog.
The African-European in world history
Arthur LaCurtiss David
by W.E.G. Pub. Co
Written in English
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‘A magisterial book—brilliant, humane and gripping, and a call to arms for an end to violence and subjugation. Otele explores the individual lives of African Europeans against great shifts of history, and the result is a masterpiece.’ — Kate Williams, author of.
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Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number: "The Atlantic World: Europeans, Africans, Indians and Their Shared History,is a welcome addition to the growing scholarship on the history of the Atlantic World. Benjamin's narrative, supplemented by the voices of contemporary Atlantic World inhabitants, deftly illustrates the complex connections that have historically joined 5/5(14).
Some of the most influential people of African descent in modern European history – that is after the 15th century – tend to have their ancestry ignored by history books.
In Italy, Alessandro “il Moro” de Medici was born to a Black servant in the Medici household with Cardinal Giulio de Medici said to. To understand Africa’s world position, one needs to look at the past and present, in order to prophesy what the future can be.” (Pg. ) This book will be of great interest to fans of Dr.
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Books shelved as history-africa: King Leopold's Ghost by Adam Hochschild, The Fate of Africa: A History of Fifty Years of Independence by Martin Meredith. World history or global history as a field of historical study examines history from a global perspective.
It emerged centuries ago; leading practitioners have included Voltaire (), Hegel (), Karl Marx () and Arnold J. Toynbee ().
The field became much more active (in terms of university teaching, text books, scholarly journals, and academic associations) in. The History of Africa Tore Linné Eriksen Introduction The history chapter in the previous edition of Studying Africa included books published up to Since then, the literature on the history of Africa has grown considerably in both scope and quality, and many new themes have ap-peared.
I found this book, which details the interactions between Africa and Europe fromto be relatively well written, and informative. I have to admit it got a little monotonous towards the end though, I wouldn't call it the best book ever written on the subject of Africa, but it does do one strange thing that most other books don't, it provides you with actual history/5(8).
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/5(4).
The relationship between the two continents began with mutual respect and curiosity. For the last years Africans, African Americans, African-Europeans, Europeans, and European-Americans are still paying for the results.
The history begins, as so much in the modern world, with the business expansion of European culture. Books shelved as african-history: King Leopold's Ghost by Adam Hochschild, The Fate of Africa: A History of Fifty Years of Independence by Martin Meredit.
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Suggest this title in the World History series to adults, too. Grades --Hazel Rochman From the Inside Flap. As early as Greco-Roman times, and in some cases even earlier, some of Europe's leading ancient cultures showed a compelling interest in exploiting the vast resources of Africa.
Centuries later, Europe was still enamored with Africa Author: Dan Nardo. Western Africa - Western Africa - The beginnings of European activity: The arrival of European sea traders at the Guinea coastlands in the 15th century clearly marks a new epoch in their history and in the history of all of western Africa.
The pioneers were the Portuguese, southwestern Europeans with the necessary knowledge, experience, and national purpose to embark on the enterprise of.
The term Afro-European, Black European or Afro European refers to Europeans who trace at least part of their ancestry to Sub Saharan Africa, mostly to former colonies.
The concept of "Afro-Europeans" is modeled after African Americans by associations and movements militating in favor of equal opportunities for black and mixed-race people from overseas territories and Europe.
A Charlotte Mason inspired Journey Through World History. World's Story 1 guides students in a trip around the world as they study history from Creation to the Roman Empire. In The World's Story 1, your student will.
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Awards for Publications (Books, Articles, Film, and Digital Formats) The Herbert Baxter Adams Prize for the best book in European history from ancient times to (even years), and from through the 20th century (odd years)—the entry must be the author’s first substantial book. The George Louis Beer Prize for the best book in European international history since —the author.
The bravest history book of the year is undoubtedly Tom Holland’s Dominion: The Making of the Western Mind (Little, Brown), in which the swashbuckling popular historian argues that our modern world was shaped by Christianity.
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No list of world history books would be complete without this one. In one compelling volume, the famous biologist Jared Diamond tackles the most important question of global history: Why did Europeans come to dominate the New World?
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