Introduction To African Civilizations

Introduction To African Civilizations This work challenges all the standard approaches to the saga of African history from the dawn of prehistory to the modern resurgent Africa of today

  • Title: Introduction To African Civilizations
  • Author: John G. Jackson John Henrik Clarke Runoko Rashidi
  • ISBN: 9780806521893
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • This work challenges all the standard approaches to the saga of African history, from the dawn of prehistory to the modern resurgent Africa of today.

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    1. This history is the compact untold story of the African continent. Even though it was written over 40 years ago, this is a very important book. It shows evidence of Africa's great past through the writings of not only African & African American writers but it also gives proof by the writings of European, Arab, and Moorish writers that Africans were not uncivilized savages. It explores much information along with writings about ancient Egypt and why it was an African and not an Asian or Europ [...]


    2. I'm halfway through the book and cant put it down. Mr. Jackson does a riveting job at offering his point of view without judgment. he just provides the evidence and tells the story and lets the readers decide how to feel about his work. African Civilizations is a powerful art piece that will stir the emotions of anyone who reads it.


    3. Eh, came across very defensively. More "see how Western history misunderstands Africa" as opposed to actually trying to understand African history. Not recommended as an introduction to the subject.


    4. This was a very informative, eye-opening and illuminating book. It is-What your history teacher never told you about Africa (if Africa was even talked about in your history classes, smh). The world has been lied to about that magnificent continent. Read the truth and the extensive bibliography.


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