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The "WWI Bush Ghost" of German East Africa.
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The "WWI Bush Ghost" of German East Africa. (10 pp) This discussion will look at an amazing period of World War One history concerning the conflict between the Germans and the British in East Africa. (German East Africa encompassed all of present-day Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. Its 384,180 square miles exceeded the size of Germany and France combined. Its borders ranged from Kenya-Uganda and Lake Victoria in the north; to the Congo, Rhodesia and Lake Tanganyika in the west; to Nyasaland (with Lake Nyasa) and Portuguese Mozambique in the south. The Indian Ocean presented a natural border in the east.) Paul Von Lettow-Vorbeck was the consistent German player, with about 300 German officers and 11,000 black colonial troops, during this conflict, and we will see much of the information from his point of view, concerning this seldom reported period. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Bbvorbck.doc

Women in Africa
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This 10 page paper looks at women in Africa historically through the 1500s and analyzes their roles. Gender differences are discussed in terms of religion and tribal traditions as well as the influences of the Europeans on male/female models. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA48Afrc.wps

Ritualistic Female Mutilation
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A 9 page essay on the practice of female genital mutilation considered traditional in many parts of Africa. Though not as prevalent in the cities, the estimated numbers of girls subjected to the ritualistic surgery, normally without the benefit of anaesthesia, is between 90 and 94 percent. When researchers ask why the mutilations are performed, the standard reply is that it is tradition, or (more rarely) that it enhances beauty. Native women are working with villagers to help end the practice, trying to help them see that not only is this surgery unncessary, it is also physically and psychologically damaging for a life time. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Mutilate.doc

Women As Part Of The History Of The Sahara
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This 15 page paper looks at the nations surrounding and affected by the Sahara Desert, as well as role of women in Saharan Africa throughout history. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
Filename: Sahara.wps

The Oral Tradition in African Literature
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Walter Ong, in his work Orality and Literacy, stated that the oral cultures of the world are based in words that have not static objects, but instead are comprised of events, power and actions (31-32). This 5 page paper considers the basic premise of Ong's basic evaluations of oral traditions, and demonstrates them through a view of Courlander and Herzog's recount of the African short story 'Talk.' Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Oraltrad.wps

Is Uganda A Democracy?
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10 pages in length. Democracy is a political way of life that involves each and every person in all phases of decision-making and rule. Indeed, it is a most desired manner by which to run a country; however, democratic rule is not easy to come by. Nations have fought for the right to call themselves a democracy, while others have endured great hardships and constant battle without ever achieving its liberating results. The writer discusses how Uganda is one nation that has rallied back from severe oppression to be able to claim the democratic way of life as its own. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Ugandem.doc

French Colonial Policy / The Berbers vs. The Arabs
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This 15 page paper discusses French colonial policy as applied toward the Berbers of Morocco and compared to the policy France adopted relating to the Arabs. The report includes a brief history of the Berbers, examples of the French attitude regarding the Berbers, and French and Arab relations. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Berber.wps

Somalia
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A 6 page overview of the politics of Somalia with particular emphasis on international and U.S. foreign policies and military and economic aid. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Somalia.wps

Somalia / An Essay On The Economics Of Famine
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A 1 page essay on hunger in Somalia in which the writer presents a brief overview of agricultural & economic problems as well as their implications for the region and the world. No bibliography.
Filename: Somaleco.wps

Somalia / Economic Recovery
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A 2 page commentary on Somalia's government-less economic recovery. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Cnsomali.wps

Rwanda / The 1994 Conflict
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A 10 page paper discussing the Rwanda conflict of 1994. A description of the previous history of Rwanda is briefly detailed in an attempt to illustrate some of the possible roots to the devastation that took place in 1994. this is followed by detailed political details of some of the regions of Rwanda which illustrates the unrest that was occurring throughout the region. The complete and brutal devastation that occurred in 1994 is also detailed, followed by illustrations of legal actions. The paper is concluded with a discussion about the after effects of this massacre, mainly that the world is now more aware of the possibilities that lie in each and every region of the world. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RArwanda.wps

Rwanda / The Wrong Color For The World's Morality
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A 5 page essay in which the writer explores the reasons for the international community's lack of moral backbone during the Rwandan massacres in 1994. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Rwanda4.doc

Rwanda 1994
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A 5 page paper discussing the incident in 1994 that took place in Rwanda, South Africa, whereby nearly one million people were mercilessly slaughtered as a result of careful words on the part of officials who instigated the rage and anger. An analysis of the book 'Season of Blood,' by Fergal Keane, is a large part of the paper as this book details nearly anything of importance to the ugly reality of the story. While some may ignorantly claim it was age old prejudices that led to this genocide, it is most obviously not prejudices that fired the people up to the point of behaving in such inhumane fashion. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Rwand.wps

Nelson Mandela's Speech As Song
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A 6 page paper comparing the inaugural speech of Nelson Mandela with the performance of Verdi's Radames in the opera Aida, and exploring the ways in which a knowledge of the structure of music can lead to a deeper understanding of public addresses. Mandela's use of technique quietly and politely leads his audience to the point that they want more, even though a significant percentage of his audience was white. Both the black and the white could easily supply the unstated meaning of the progression through which Mandela led them. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Nelman.wps

Nelson Mandela / Life & Struggle
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A 4 page research paper discussing the life of Nelson Mandela. Mandela fought his entire life for freedom, equality, an end to apartheid. He completed a law degree through correspondence and practiced briefly. He was convicted of treason and served 27 years of a life sentence. He was elected President of South Africa in 1994, the first election in which black citizens were allowed to vote. Bibliography included.
Filename: Mandela.wps

Nelson Mandela's 'Long Walk to Freedom'
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A 5 page paper giving personal thoughts, reactions and analysis of this book by Nelson Mandela.
Filename: Mandela2.wps

The Nation-State: A Curse for Africa?
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5 pages in length. In Black Man's Burden, author Basil Davidson argues that the nation-state has proved a curse for the African independent nation. When we examine the works of several different authors it is easy to discover that Davidson speaks the truth: that the nation-state has indeed proved to be a curse for Africa. This paper also considers Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe, and Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JGAafrca.wps

Culture & Religion in Three African Countries
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7 pages in length. Discusses cultures, religions, and histories of three African countries : Zimbabwe, Egypt, and South Africa. Concludes with a brief comparison of these three. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Afr3cult.wps


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