ANTH 4620/5209

Contemporary Ethnopolitics in Sub-Saharan Africa

Course Instructor: 

Louise de la Gorgendiere

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Subject headings

Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) use controlled vocabulary to access and express the subject content of documents. This is a searchable index based on the readings from your course outline . This course has been divided into the following research areas. Click on the links below:

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  1. Africa
  2. Africa -- Economic conditions -- 1960-
  3. Africa -- Politics and government -- 1960-
  4. Africa, Sub-Saharan -- Ethnic relations
  5. Africa, Sub-Saharan -- Politics and government -- 1960-
  6. Anthropology
  7. Asia
  8. Burkina Faso -- Emigration and immigration
  9. Communities
  10. Conflict management -- Africa
  11. Cultural pluralism
  12. Culture
  13. Ethnic groups
  14. Ethnic groups -- Political activity
  15. Ethnic groups and boundaries -- Congresses
  16. Ethnic Identity -- Sub-Saharan African (SSA)
  17. Ethnicity
  18. Ethnicity -- Africa, Southern
  19. Ethnicity -- Kenya -- Congresses
  20. Ethnicity -- Tanzania -- Congresses
  21. Ethnocentrism
  22. Ethnology
  23. Ethnology -- Africa, Sub-Saharan
  24. Ethnology -- Ghana -- Kumasi
  25. Folklore -- History
  26. Ghana -- Emigration and immigration
  27. Globalization
  28. Group identity
  29. Industrialization
  30. Inkatha (Organization : South Africa)
  31. Kumasi (Ghana) -- Foreign population
  32. Kwazulu (South Africa) -- Politics and government
  33. Maasai (African people) -- Ethnic identity -- Congresses
  34. Maasai (African people) -- Social life and customs -- Congresses
  35. Minorities
  36. Minorities -- Political activity
  37. Mossi (African people)
  38. Multiculturalism
  39. Nationalism
  40. Nationalism -- Africa, Southern
  41. Nationalism -- History
  42. Race awareness
  43. Social & Cultural Anthropology
  44. Social Sciences
  45. Social structure
  46. Sociology
  47. Somalia -- Politics and government -- 1960-1991
  48. Sub-Saharan Africa 
  49. Symbolic interactionism
  50. Tribal government -- Africa, Southern
  51. Zulu (African people)

NOTE

  1. Africa Map and Satellite Image from geology.com
  2. The Elements of Style, Fourth Edition: an excellent writing guide and very easy to follow
  3. Remote research and virtual fieldwork: some resources from uHarvard

Content last reviewed: September 1, 2020