The Creation, Operation, and Dismantling of Apartheid in South Africa

History 24.001

Fall 2005
Instructor: 
Kanogo
Location: 
2227 Dwinelle
Day & Time: 
Tu 10-12
CCN: 
391
Units: 
Units

Apartheid, the social, political and economic policy of racial segregation and discrimination in South Africa, formally ended in 1994. This course will examine the origins, development, effects, and the dismantling of the Apartheid regime. Class discussions will be based on a variety of historical documents, films and documentaries including the powerful Soweto to Berkeley documentary, which captures UC Berkeley students' contribution to the anti-Apartheid movement in the mid-1980s.

Notes: 

New Room!

(1 Unit, P/NP). This seminar will meet the first eight weeks of the semester.