Courses Catalogue

Post Independence Africa

COURSE CODE: SST 2202
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 3
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Arts (Primary), B.Ed
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

  1. Ajayi (Eds)( 1981). UNESCO, General History of Africa in the Nineteenth Century until the 1880s. Heinemann California. UNESCO. Volume VI
  2. Ayee, J. R. (2001). Leadership in Contemporary Africa: An Exploratory Study. United Nations University, Leadership
  3. Boahen,  A (Eds) (1981).   UNESCO, General History of Africa under Colonial Domination, 1880-193 5. Heinemann California . Volume V11.
  4. Rolandsen, Østein and Andersen, David (2015) Violence in the Contemporary Political History of Eastern Africa in International Journal of African Historical Studies, 48:1, pp 1-12
  5. Ki-Zerbo, J (Eds). ( 1981: 2000). General History of Africa . Methodology and African Pre-history. Heinemann California. UNESCO. Volume 1.
  6. Kusimba, C. M., & Kusimba, S. B. (2005). Mosaics and interactions: East Africa, 2000 bp to the present. African archaeology: A critical introduction, 392-419.
  7. Morkhlar, G. ( 1981: 1985). General History of Africa. Ancient Civilizations of Africa. Heinemann California . UNESCO.Volume 2.
  8. Nkrumah, N. (1965). Neo-colonialism, the last stage of imperialism, London, Thomas nelson and sons.
  9. Young, R.(2001) .Post independence Africa, an historical introduction. London, Oxford Blackwell publishers.
  10. Okoth A (2006). A History of Africa Volume I (1800-1914) Nairobi; East African Publishers.
  11. Ali Mazrui (1986). Africa; Atripple Heritage, Rondon; BBC Publications