H479 Asante, the Gold Coast and the British, 1807-1935 (II)
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- Course Not Running 2013/2014
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- Full Year
This course build forwards on the introduction into the history of Africa and focuses on social and political historical changes in West Africa with the focus on the period between1807 and 1935.
To be taken with Asante, the Gold Coast and the British, 1807-1935 (I)
Objectives and learning outcomes of the course
At the end of the course a student should be able to:
- understand the changing relationship between the Asante kingdom, the Gold Coast colony and the British;
- to critically asses primary sources used in the construction of history
- acquire relevant primary and secondary sources and apply them to oral presentations and written essays
- to produce an extended dissertation on a topic relevant to the course
Method of assessment
This involves the writing of a 10,000 word essay, which has to be based on primary sources. 100% Coursework. There is no written examination. Except in the case of Independent Study Projects (ISPs), they must be taken in conjunction with the corresponding Advanced-level course; the two units together constitute a Special Subject.