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Anticolonial Movements in Africa: Home

Summer Humanities and Social Sciences 2019
Professor: Ngonidzashe Munemo

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March 6th, 1957 - The Duchess of Kent, seated center on dais, reads a message from the Queen of England in the Parliament House at Accra, Ghana. Ghana, British colony known as the Gold Coast, was the first Black African nation to gain independence from colonial rule.

Welcome to the Research Guide for Anticolonial Movements in Africa (SHSS 2019).

 

On the following pages you will find information to help you:

- Generate keywords for searching

- Navigate the physical and digital library spaces

- Locate a variety of resources relevant to your research topic

 

Beginning a research project often leads to more questions. Don't hesitate to bring any questions that may come up to the attention of a librarian: stop by the library and inquire at the Research Help Desk, schedule an appointment with a Sawyer librarian, or contact us online. We're here to help!

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