Inst 324: Decolonization
This course will investigate the cultural and historical implications of
the transition to political independence during the second half of the
20th century of large areas of the world that had been controlled by
European empires. The end of European control of large areas of Africa
and Asia not only had political and economic consequences, but it also
marked an important rupture in the evolution of European society and the
predominance of Western civilization.
- Lecture: Lecture for Inst 324
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