Long Walk to Freedom: South Africa Since 1948

Africana Studies 213

Usual Description

This course provides students with a political and social history of South Africa’s struggle for true democracy. Beginning with the National Party’s launching of apartheid in 1948, the course also includes a discussion of the pre-1948 development of white supremacy, national liberation and new structures of governance, the 1996 National Constitution, and newer social and economic challenges to South African progress. A variety of sources, including cultural, will complement Leonard Thompson’s historical text.

Areas of Interest
South Africa
South Africa
Time Periods

Post-1948

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Africana Studies 213 Taught by Pam Brooks
Africana Studies 213 Taught by Pam Brooks
Africana Studies 213 Taught by Pam Brooks