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Anthro of Mod Africa

by: Loma Farrell I

Anthro of Mod Africa ANG 5354

Loma Farrell I
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Date Created: 09/18/15
ANG 5354 Dr Spring Spring 2006 Table of Contents It Egg MAPS 1 National Borders Present Day 1 2 Africa 7 3 Racial Distribution Map 1 4 Relief Map of Africa 4 5 Vegetation Regions of Africa 5 6 Countries and Capitals 6 7 C J 39 39 39 Points 7 8 African Countries Basic Data 2 9 Colonial Partition of Africa 10 10 George Peter Murdock s Original Ethnictriba1 Map of Africa 11 11 Melville Herskouit s Culture Areas of Africa and George Peter Murdock s Vegetation Zones of Africa 12 12 Outline Map of African Language Families 13 13 The Origins of African Food Crops 14 14 The Civilizations of Black Africa 1 5 15 The African Experience Words To AVnid 16 16 0 O Ancient Kingdoms and Empires of Africa Map 17 17 Some Important African Kingdoms and Fmpires 1 8 MULTIMEDEA LECTURES Partial Selecti0n Africanity 19 C A 72 African Landscapes and Their Formation 10 Climate Vegetation and Qoils 29 Farming and F 39 46 Kinship 50 Genealogy Chart 56 J Rules 57 Traditional Religion in Africa 58 Christianity in Africa 65 Islam in Africa 69 Settlement of Refugees 72 South Africa 79 News and Other Articles A South Africa 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 The Bantu Homelands Laws of South Africa During Apartheid South Africa s Poorest Are Adrift in the PostApartheid Economy Workers Free Wine Ends But South Africans Still Pay South Africa Confronts Another Health Problem Obesity In South Africa Leaders Face Blacks Ire All Together Now Make It Marching to Tshwane EXInmate 46664 Fights for His Now Pro table Name B Human Rights 2 4 6 7 8 Slavery Grows Out of War AgeOld Curse of Slavery Alive in the Ivory Coast African Children Shackled to Fie1ds What It Takes to Stop Slavery An Awful Human Trade Relentless Attacks on Women in West Sudan Draws an Outcry Sudan s Department of Gang Rape Slavery Up Close 86 87 88 91 94 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 106 108 109 C Family Sexuality and Gender 1 UN Agency Sets Its Sights on Curbing Child Marriage 110 2 31 Girls Give SeX For Cash Report 1 ll 3 Ethiopian Women Rally Against Rape Violence 112 4 Ivory Coast Beauty on Different Scale 113 5 Globalization of Beauty Makes Slimness Trendy 114 6 No Women s Lib in Macho Kenya 1 l6 7 Cattle Prices Are Up So Is Buying a Brides Hand 117 8 Liberia s Female Fighters Engender Fear Respect 118 9 All Sides in Liberian Con ict Make Women Spoils of War 119 10 Prepubescent Brides African Girls Pay for Poverty 120 D Famine Health Malaria HIVAIDS and Religion 1 New Famine New Response 121 2 Malawi Is Burning and Deforestation Erodes Economy 122 3 African Food for Africa s Starving Is Roadblocked in Congress 123 4 Study Says Combating Malaria Would Cost Little 124 5 New Drug for Malaria Pits US Against Africa 125 6 HIV Survey in South Africa Suggests Plateau in Infections African Clerics Acknowledge They ve Failed to Combat AIDS 126 7 In a Preacher s Prayer An Instant AIDS Cure for Throngs of Kenyans 127 8 AIDS Is Chief Cause of Death in South Africa Study Says 130 9 10 N LA 4 UI AIDS in 5 Nations Called Security Threat 131 UN Session Begins to Tally the Perils of Being Young 132 Poor African Countries Lack Ways to Monitor Use of New AIDS Drugs 134 Experts Warn Statement by Stephen Lewis AfricaAsian Interaction Lessons to E Religion and Politics N E 4 V39 0 gt1 be Learned 135 As AIDS Continues to Ravage South Africa Recycles Graves 138 Women in Lesotho Become Easy Prey for HIV 138 US Abortion Rule Hits Africa Women l40 UN Gender Equality Key in AIDS Fight l42 The Other Half 143 AIDS Now Compels Africa to Challenge Widows Cleansing l44 UN Envoy Sharply Criticizes South Africa s AIDS Program l47 Bringing New Christianity to Africa The Good News 148 Gulf Grows Over the Use of Islamic Law in Nigeria 149 African Democracies Reverting to Old Ways 151 Industrious Senegal Muslims Run a Vatican 152 For the Somalis a Manhunt Movie to Muse Over 155 Mixed Welcome as Somalis Settle in a Maine City 156 Africa Tackles Graft With Billions in Aid in Play 158 F Economics and the Internet 1 Africa s Betting Public Lures Foreign Investors 160 2 Using a New Language in Africa to Save Dying Ones 161 3 NXau Bushman Who Starred In The Gods Must Be Crazy 162 4 As the World Intrudes Pygmies Feel Endangered 163 5 Accents of Africa A New Outsourcing Frontier 164 6 Masai Nomads Meet Jet Set Goats and Wives Abound 166


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