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“Dead Men’s Path”: An Analysis of the Short Story by Chinua Achebe
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A 5 page overview of this short story by internationally renown novelist Chinua Achebe. The author asserts that this story is much more than pleasurable reading. Indeed, it details the cultural clash which has occurred since colonialism infiltrated Nigeria. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PPachebe.rtf

“ECOMOG in Liberia”
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A paper which looks at the way in which the ECOMOG group was involved in the resolution of the war in Liberia, and the extent to which its role as a peacekeeping force was successful.
Filename: JLECOMOG.wps

“Gorillas in the Congo”
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A four page paper which looks at the way in which civil war in the Congo region of Africa has had a devastating effect on the already endangered population of mountain gorillas, and the initiatives which are being undertaken outside Africa to increase public awareness of the situation and generate funding for conservation programmes. Bibliography lists 3 sources
Filename: JLgorillas.wps

“King Leopold’s Ghost”
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This 4 page paper discusses the book “King Leopold’s Ghost” and answers the questions of who were the people who brought the atrocities in the Belgian Congo to light; and why there was no sustained outcry about them. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVleopol.rtf

“Nelson Mandela - A Long Walk to Freedom”
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A five page paper which summarises and analyses Nelson Mandela’s autobiographical work A Long Walk To Freedom, which details his involvement in the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa, his long imprisonment, and the eventual electoral success of the African National Congress in 1994. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: JLMandela.rtf

“The Battle of Algiers” and “Bab Al-Sama Maftuh”
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This 5 page report discusses two movies, “The Battle of Algiers” (1965) and “Bab Al-Sama Maftuh” also known as “A Door to the Sky” (1989). “The Battle of Algiers” is a powerful movie made all the more powerful because it tells the story of actual events as it presents an outline of the Algerian insurgence against French colonial forces in the 1950s. “A Door to the Sky” tells the story of a young woman, Nadia, who returns from Paris to the ancient city Fez to be with her dying father. Each of the movies deal with issues of independence as they are juxtaposed with issues of culture and heritage. No bibliography.
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“The Diligent: A Voyage Through the Worlds of the Slave Trade”
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A 4 page paper which examines the slaves’ position as victims through Robert Harms’ work “The Diligent: A Voyage Through the Worlds of the Slave Trade.” No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAharms.rtf

“The effect of the Boer Wars on the subsequent development of South Africa”
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A ten page paper which looks at the way in which the Boer wars of the nineteenth century had a significant effect on the cultural, political and economic development of South Africa in terms of the imposition of colonial rule, the domination of the majority black population by the white settlers, the establishment of apartheid and the eventual democratisation of the nation in the late twentieth century. Bibliography lists 3 sources
Filename: JLBoer.rtf

"Dancing Skeletons": A Review of the Book by Catherine Dettwyler
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A 5 page review of the ethnographic account of fieldwork in medical anthropology. Working among malnourished children in West Africa Dettwyler experienced both professional and personal insight. Although sometimes criticized for her subjective approach to her subject, in reality Dettwyler provides both a a touching human account and a valuable ethnography. Her approach to death as "the ultimate illness", however, is one which is unfortunate. This paper points out that death is in fact a natural component of life. To view death as an ultimate illness is to regard death, a phase which we must all pass through, as a personal and medical failure. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPskeltn.wps


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