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Contents Preface ix Introduction 1 Problem I: The Partition of Africa 7 Robinson and Gallagher: Egypt and the Partition of Africa 12 Stengers: King Leopold, Savorgnan de Brazza and the Beginning of the Scramble for Africa 17 Newbury and Kanya-Fostner: The French Policy and the Scramble for Africa 24 Taylor: Germany's First Bid for African Colonies 29 Turner: Bismarck Changes his Mind 33 Robinson and Gallagher: Britain's Nilotic Imperative 36 Sanderson: French Policy on the Upper Nile 41 Robinson and Gallagher: The Meaning of Fashoda 47 Hopkins: Africa and the Victorians: The Method and the Argument 49 Suggested Readings 56 Problem II: Collaboration or Resistance to European Rule 57 Robinson and Gallagher: Romantic Reactionaries Versus Sophisticated Collaborators 61 Oliver and Fage: The Futility of Resistance: The Success of Collaboration 63 Hargreaves: African Reaction to the Imposition of Colonial Rule in West Africa 64 Ranger: African Reaction to the Imposition of Colonial Rule in East and Central Africa 74 Hopkins: Resistance, Collaboration, and the Transformation in the Terms of Trade 88 Steinhart: Conflict and Collaboration 94 Suggested Readings 100 Problem III: Colonial Rule in Africa 101 Lugard: Principles of Native Administration 105 Lugard: Methods of Native Administration: Political Officers and Native Rulers 121 Collins: Indirect Rule Sudan Style 130 Lewis: One Hundred Million Frenchmen: The Assimilation Theory in French Colonial Policy 140 Betts: Association in French Colonial Theory 154 Deschamps: Association and Indirect Rule 165 Crowder: Indirect Rule-French and British Style 179 Suggested Readings 188 Problem IV: Educating the African 189 Macmichael: Education and Its Results 193 Jones: Education in Africa 195 Hailey: An African Survey 200 Wilson: Problems in Applying the Phelps-Stokes Report 205 Rodney: Education for Underdevelopment 209 Moumouni: Education in Africa 214 Chanaiwa: Colonial Education in Southern Africa 217 Suggested Readings 223 Problem V: Forging a National Identity 225 Ranger: Early Nationalism in East and Central Africa 227 Iliffe: The Maji Maji Rebellion 236 Kilson: Nationalism in Sierra Leone 243 Lonsdale: Some Origins of Nationalism in East Africa 250 Collins In Search of the Sudanese. Suggested Readings 264 Problem VI: Exploitation or Development 267 Gann and Guignan: The Burden of Empire 271 Fieldhouse: The Myth of Economic Exploitation 280 Crowder: The Economic Impact of Colonial Rule in West Africa 287 Rodney: How Europe Underdeveloped Africa 294 Onimode: Imperialism and Underdevelopment in Nigeria 303 Boahen: The Colonial Impact 309 Suggested Readings 316 Maps Africa 1914. 6A 1884: Europe in Africa on the Eve of Partition 6B Missionaries and Explorers in Africa Prior to the Partition 6C African States on the Eve of Partition: 1884 6D Africa in 1914 266 Acknowledgments 318
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Africa -- History -- 1884-1960.
Colonies -- Africa -- History.
Africa -- Colonial influence.