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Films with: Mazrui, Ali AlʾAmin

Africans.
Examines Africa as the birthplace of humankind and discusses the impact of geography on African history, including the role of the Nile in the origin of civilization and the introduction of Islam to Africa through its Arabic borders.
DVD 11144
Africans.
Shows how contemporary African lifestyles are influenced by indigenous, Islamic, and Western factors. Compares simple African societies with those that are more complex and centralized, and examines the importance of family life.
DVD 11145
Africans.
Examines the factors that influence religion in Africa, with particular emphasis on how traditional African religions, Islam, and Christianity coexist and influence each other. The extent to which Christianity and Islam are becoming Africanized is also discussed.
DVD 11146
Africans.
The impact of the West on Africa and the impact of Africa on the development of the West are contrasted with an emphasis on the manner in which Africa's human and natural resources have been exploited before, during, and after the colonial period.
DVD 11147
Africans.
Explores the tensions inherent in the juxtaposition of three African heritages, looking at the ways in which these conflicts have contributed to the rise of the nationalist movement, the warrior tradition of indigenous Africa, the jihad tradition of Islam, and modern guerilla warfare.
DVD 11148
Africans.
Gives an overview of the several means of governing in Africa. Examines new social orders to illustrate an Africa in search of a viable form of government in the postindependence period.
DVD 11149
Africans.
Identifies the problems of a continent that produces what it does not consume and consumes what it does not produce. Shows Africa's struggle between economic dependence and decay.
DVD 11150
Africans.
Discusses the conflicts and compromises which emerge from the coexistence of many African traditions and modern life. Explores the question of whether Africa can synthesize its own heritage with the legacies of Islam and the West.
DVD 11151
Africans.
Discusses African contributions to contemporary culture, including the significance of the African diaspora, particularly in North America. Also examines the continuing influence of the superpowers on the affairs of Africa.
DVD 11152