The African and the African American University: A Historical and Sociological Analysis

The African and the African American University: A Historical and Sociological Analysis

By: Meshack M. Sagini (author)Hardback

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This is a historical and sociological analysis of the African and African-American higher education system. Its central themes concern university structure, bureaucracy and transplantation. It also provides an analysis of all factors which have affected both African and African-American higher education through history. Contents: Preclassical Universities and their Influence; The Influence of the Fertile Crescent; Contributions of Western Asia and Egypt; The Curriculum of the Egyptian Higher Education System; European Universities; The Roots of the Modern African University; The Scientific Outlook of the Medieval University; African Universities; The University of Sankore; Interpretive Reflection; The Colonial African University 1946-1963; The First Colleges; The National University; The Addis-Ababa Conference; The Mission of the African University; The University in South Africa; The Influence of Apartheid; The African American University; The Origins of the African American University; African American Youth in Academia; Reflections on Training Institutions; The Role of Intellectuals; The Strategic Intellectual Planner.

About Author

Meshack M. Sagini is Assistant Professor of Education and Social Sciences at Langston University in Oklahoma.

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  • ISBN13: 9780761801757
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 200
  • ID: 9780761801757
  • weight: 472
  • ISBN10: 0761801758

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