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With brilliantly objective scholarship, Jackson obliterates that picture and presents one infinitely more rich, colorful, and varied. This book challenges all the standard ...
With brilliantly objective scholarship, Jackson obliterates that picture and presents one infinitely more rich, colorful, and varied. This book challenges all the standard approaches to African history, from the dawn of prehistory to the resurgent Africa of today. It will challenge the parochial historian, devastate the theoretical pretensions of white supremacists, and expand intellectual horizons. It is a fascinating book to be read and reread by the layman and the scholar for pleasure and knowledge.
Spanning the dawn of prehistory to moder resurgent Africa this book challenges the parochial historian and questions all the standard approaches to African history.
|1.||Africa and the Origin of Man||37|
|2.||Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization||60|
|3.||Egypt and the Evolution of Civilization||93|
|4.||Africa and the Civilizing of Europe: The Empire of the Moors||157|
|5.||The Golden Age of West Africa||196|
|6.||Africa and the Discovery of America||232|
|7.||Mariners and Merchants of the Eastern Coast||264|
|8.||Zimbabwe, Monomotapa, and Other Kingdoms of the Interior||283|
|9.||The Destruction of African Culture||296|
|New Bibliographical Approach to African History||366|