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ALS 275 South Africa: Race and Resistance Since 1800
This course covers the period after the British succeeded the Dutch as rulers of Cape Colony, examining aspects of frontier engagements between Africans and colonizers, the effects of a mining-industrial economy and African resistance to the white state. Resistance to the South African racial formation will be discussed in its myriad expressions: labor, religious, artistic, new social groups. (LA, HO2)
Prerequisite: SoS or 3 s.h. 100-level HIST course.
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