Area Studies: Africa

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Campus
Benguerir
Langue
Anglais
Discipline
Area Studies
Crédits ECTS
5
Semestre
Automne - Fall
Printemps - Spring
Niveau
Licence - Undergrade
Prérequis / Prerequisites
Have validated a level of 1st year of bachelor's degree ; Advanced B1 Level of the CECRL in English
Contenu du cours / Course content
- Socioeconomic trends in modern Africa
- The Story of slavery and early connections between the Americas and Africa
- Africa and colonialism
- The Colonial Power, the West and the syndrome of North-South
- Independence, Pan Africanism, and the first step to integration ( OUA)
- The crisis of the African state
- Africa , Religion, Ethnicity and Identity building
- African Resources and the management of wealth
- Debt and Structural adjustment
- Africa in the global economy
- African Security: What works and does not work
- African second generation of Integration: AU
- Regional Economic community between complementarity and the overlapping
- Foreign Presence in Africa
- Focus on West Africa


Objectifs du cours / Course objectives
This course introduces to student the history and development of African societies, with emphasis on the dynamic of the continent within the process of regional integration, and the conflictuality over the national construction from the advent of the colonial period in the 19th century to the present. The course examines also how history has shaped the contemporary political, social, and cultural dimensions of development and environmental challenges today. The course explores furthermore specific topics in security, development and environment. These items will include discussions of Africa’s place in the global economy, the impacts of debt and structural adjustment, the causes of hunger and famine, problems of conservation and environment, and prospects for democratization and reform
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Université Mohamed VI polytechnique
Faculté de gouvernance sciences économiques & sociales

Lot 660, Hay Moulay Rachid
Ben Guerir, 43150
Morocco
Tél : 0525-073146
Fax : 0525-073146

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