University Of Botswana History Department: Site Index
May 03, 2021 · Description: Course outline for the University of Botswana history course H201: Africa to 1800. Headings:-H201 HISTORY OF AFRICA to c.1800 Course Outline 1999-2000 --Course lecturers --Lectures and tutorials --Prescribed textbooks --Topic Schedule --Books: ---H201 Books on Reserve in UB Library ---Other useful books in UB Library
Actived: Thursday Jan 1, 1970
H407 (North Africa) course outline
Posted: (52 years ago) Course outline: This survey course begins with the geographical environment, Islamization and Arabization of North Africa before 1800. Main themes in the 19th-20th centuries include: decline of Ottoman Turkish rule, and rise of French, British, Spanish …
Courses in History, Archaeology and Museum Studies
Posted: (52 years ago) GEC course. GEC362 Africa and its Past on Film. BA in History: degree structure. Level 100. Semester 1: Core Course. ARC 102 Introduction to World Pre-History (core) (2) Semester 2: Core Course. HIS 102 Intro. to the Study of History (core) (2) Level 200. Semester 1: Core Course. HIS 201 African Cultures and Civilisations to c. 1500(core) (3 ...
Botswana History - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Site Index (full list of pages) || || Course credits: how to build a History programme "A nation without a past is a lost nation, and a people without a past is a people without a soul." Sir Seretse Khama, 1921 - 1980, first President of the Republic of Botswana. New books! ...
The Difference between Plagiarism and Intellectual Property
Posted: (52 years ago) Of course, it might still be secret... Some works are made available under the various Creative Commons licences, which allow redistribution under various conditions, accoding to the author's wishes (commonly acknowledgment is required).
H201: EARLY PREHISTORY OF MODERN PEOPLE IN AFRICA
Posted: (52 years ago) The course omits detailed consideration of the evolution of earlier humans and pre-humans. Most "prehistorians" agree that Africa is the centre and original homeland of the human race. ( Prehistory covers the time before we know the actual names of individuals and the actual words of …
University of Botswana History Department
Posted: (52 years ago) The Department provides a course for the Diploma in Archives and Record Management, in the Department of Library and Information Studies. The Archaeology Unit also works closely with, and services courses in, the Department of Environmental Science.
Botswana History: site index - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) May 03, 2021 · Description: Course outline for the University of Botswana history course H201: Africa to 1800. Headings:-H201 HISTORY OF AFRICA to c.1800 Course Outline 1999-2000 --Course lecturers --Lectures and tutorials --Prescribed textbooks --Topic Schedule --Books: ---H201 Books on Reserve in UB Library ---Other useful books in UB Library
Citation of electronic sources - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Back to contents. Bibliography. In a written essay, any electronic sources which were used should of course be listed in the bibliography. In a bibliography it is customary to give the work consulted - e.g. the title of the book, rather than a page reference to the exact pages used. Similarly, for electronic sources it is appropriate to list the sites or resources used, rather than individual ...
Kicking the hornets' nest - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Slave traders of course, and probable connections inland with warring parties as far as the Rozvi on the Zimbabwe plateau (who were using Shaka's battle tactics a century before he was born). There's plenty of research to be done on all this, particularly in and around the Mpumulanga and Northern provinces of …
Neil Parsons (home page) - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Aug 14, 2001 · Aug 14, 2001 · H201 History of Africa to 1800:course description (1999) H407 History of North Africa since 1800:course description (1999) History & Archaeology seminars 1997-2000; African History Pages: Early prehistory of modern people in Africa (1999) Documents on Egypt and Sudan since 1800 (1999) Botswana History Folder:
Botswana History Page 1: Brief History of Botswana
Posted: (52 years ago) The history of Botswana does much more than cover a gap betweenthe histories of neighbouring South Africa and Zimbabwe, Namibia,Angola, and Zambia. In prehistoric and very recent times the Kalahari thirstlands of Botswana have been central in thehistorical geographyof the region, as theintermediate territory between the savannas of the north and eastand the steppes of the south and west. Between the 1880s and its independence in the 1960s, however,Botswana was a poor and peripheral British protec…
Botswana History Page 14: Tourism - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Tourism is at present largely confined to the northern half ofBotswana, and really indeed to the north-western quarter where lieof the marshes of the Okavango delta and the Chobe river close toVictoria Falls. Most of the web-sites on Botswana are dedicated tothese areas, which have little practical connection with the restof Botswana. Safari camps are enclaves in remote parts patronizedby foreign tourists and run by white South Africans from northernJohannesburg, or by former "pink elepha…
Life in Gaborone - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Botswana, however, is a relatively safe place. (For that matter, most of Southern Africa is relatively safe for visitors). Of course there is crime in Gaborone, but it should not be a cause for alarm: rather visitors should exercise the same caution they would in an unfamiliar western city. Health services. Good health services are available.
Black Prince: A Biography of Tshekedi Khama by Michael Crowder
Posted: (52 years ago) This of course, as he explained in his report to Prince Arthur, was an allusion to Sekgoma's step-mother, Semane, and her young children, `who as far as I have yet been able to gather, are left dependent on his bounty'. As it was, Sekgoma II treated his step-mother and half-brother well.
Some notes on the Church of England and "Establishment"
Posted: (52 years ago) Jun 11, 2005 · (This is of course true of many aspects of British government; there are all sorts of things which legally are decided by the Queen but which in fact are done strictly on the Prime Minister's "advice".) In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, bishops had a major political role and political considerations were very important in selection.
Brief Biography of Bessie Head - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) She started a 2-year course for primary school teachers. She qualified well except in Physical Training. In January 1956, at age 18, Bessie left St Monica's. She had enjoyed the protected life of a girls' boarding school for 6 years. Real life was about to begin.
H202 (Europe since 1750) guide, 2000-2001
Posted: (52 years ago) To find reserve books, click on "By Course" and then enter "H202". You will then be shown a list of all books on reserve for H202. You can also search by the name of the course lecturer ("Professor" in the OPAC, which for some reason follows the American usage in which "professor" is …
Colonial Administration Pages 2: Charles Rey and previous ...
Posted: (52 years ago) Back to contents Commissioners Mackenzie, Rhodes, and Warren (1884-1885) On the one hand there was the Reverend John Mackenzie, one of the most articulate spokesmen among Christian missionaries of the later 19th century and prime exponent of ideas of protection of 'native' interests.
University of Botswana special elective on BREXIT
Posted: (52 years ago) Elective course: HIS 435 Britain is in the middle of its biggest crisis for a generation, indeed probably its biggest crisis since the Second World War. The History Department is offering an elective course, HIS435 Modern Britain, in which we will (this semester) study this crisis as it happens, with historical background but using media and ...
Botswana: Historical and cultural tourism
Posted: (52 years ago) The National Museum, located on Independence Avenue opposite the Roman Catholic Cathedral, is of course an essential visit. David Livingstone, when living with the Bakwena, built a house at Kolobeng, not far from modern Gaborone. The ruins are just off the main road from Gaborone to Thamaga.
Native Life in South Africa, chapter 19
Posted: (52 years ago) Still from the standpoint of white South Africa, the Chief's operations were a purely filibustering adventure; and while it seemed difficult to indict Lentsue on any definite charge, some of his men were arrested for having taken part in a cattle-raiding expedition in Transvaal in the course of which they shot and killed a German subject of the ...
Introduction to HTML
Posted: (52 years ago) Nov 19, 2003 · They are now of course extensively used by all sorts of other interests, such as business, and academic usage is only a relatively small part of the present-day web. This is no doubt a good thing. The point is, however, that as academics we should be using the web actively, creating and publishing our own web-pages and sites.
Native Life in South Africa, chapter 4
Posted: (52 years ago) Few of these Natives, of course, would object to be servants, especially if the white man is worth working for, but this is where the shoe pinches: one of the conditions is that the black man's (that is the servant's) cattle shall henceforth work for the landlord free of charge.
H202 Guide to essay-writing - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Of course examination answers are inevitably less well-planned than essays, but you should try to achieve as well-organized an answer as possible. To summarize: ORGANIZE! Two students may write essays using the same information, but one will get a mark of 62 whereas the other will get 82.
Download index page - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Sep 13, 2011 · Explaining Course Credits: How to build a History programme This is an extract from the Handbook, originally written by Prof. Parsons. It explains how many credits you need at each stage and shows how to construct a valid programme of study in History covering the requirements of …
Notes on grades
Posted: (52 years ago) Apr 01, 2006 · A brilliant Theology student may take an elective course in Statistics and get a C grade which downgrades his overall degree. Some universities have therefore adopted 75 per cent for A grade/ First Class or Distinction. (The other solution is to weight the overall grade towards courses in Major subjects taken in the last one or two years.)
Colours in HTML - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) In this system, any number from 0 to 255 is written by two hexadecimal digits. "00" = 0, of course, while "FF" = 255. "F3" = (F x 16) + 3 = (15 x 16) + 3 = 243. Note: the characters A - F are not case sensitive for this purpose: i.e. you can write either "FF" or "ff" (or "Ff") without altering the meaning.
Botswana History Page 7: Geography - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Back to contents. Boundaries. The territory is approximately 1000 kilometres from north to south and 1000 kilometres from east to west. Eastern and southern borders are river-courses and an old wagon-road; the western border consisits of lines of longitude and latitude, and the northern border combines straight line projections between distant beacons with a river course.
Colonial Intelligence in the Bechuanaland Protectorate
Posted: (52 years ago) Intelligence gathering, of course, was a regular part of the activities of colonial magistrates and police. Thus, in the Botswana National Archives (BNA), we have File RC 3/7 'Mr. Moffat's Report on Khama's People. February 1895'.
Biography & photos - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Feb 08, 2010 · finishes 2-year teacher training course: 1956-1958: teaches primary school in Durban: 1958 July: turns 21; leaves Durban for Cape Town: 1958 August: is hired as only woman reporter for Golden City Post, lives in District Six: 1959 April: Robert …
The Marriage of Seretse Khama - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) The whole course would earn Seretse a Bachelor of Arts degree in two years. (His previous B.A. giving him a year's credit off the usual three years.) The plan was for Seretse to join one of the Inns of Court in London concurrently, spending 1947-48 preparing for the final Bar examinations. Thus he would emerge as a qualified barrister with an ...
H202 (Europe since 1750) guide, 2000-2001
Posted: (52 years ago) This page refers to the old course H202 (Europe since 1750) . This has been replaced by two one-semester courses, HIS211 and HIS212. The pages originally developed for H202 have been left here for the present, partly because there are some external links to the current addresses.
How to take notes in lectures
Posted: (52 years ago) Every day, you should not only go to lectures but also work from books to build up your understanding of the matters the course is dealing with. As a rule of thumb, your notes from books should be at least as large as your lecture notes.
Missionary Travels, Introduction etc.
Posted: (52 years ago) In a population of more than two thousand souls, we had, of course, a variety of character. In addition to the common run of men, there were some characters of sterling worth and ability, who exerted a most beneficial influence on the children and youth of the place by imparting gratuitous religious instruction.* Much intelligent interest was ...
Colonial Administration Pages 2: Extracts from documents
Posted: (52 years ago) One day I found a large discrepancy, and the treasurer disclosed that the chief had been borrowing money from the treasury for his own purposes, but would of course repay later.This irregularity could not [be allowed to] continue so I invited the chief to call at my office. In order to have a witness, I asked [chief clerk K.M.] Kgopo to be present.
Some basics of academic web use - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Now of course, in commercial use both frames and dynamic content are very common. Frames are the device which split up the screen into separate parts which can be scrolled separately. For commercial web-sites this is often very useful, as it enables the visitor to navigate quickly.
Native Life in South Africa, chapter 3
Posted: (52 years ago) Then we will have the banner of slavery fully unfurled (of course, under another name) throughout the length and breadth of the land. When the Natives' Land Bill was before Parliament, meetings were held in many villages and locations in protest against the Ministerial surrender to the Republicans, of which the Bill was the outcome.
Botswana History: Bibliography for Local Studies
Posted: (52 years ago) The history of North East District is of course inseparable from those of Central District and the Republic of Zimbabwe. Back to contents. Bibliography. 1. Botswana Notes and Records: a. "The Native Land Problem in the Tati District" (by I. Schapera) Vol. 3, 1971, pp. 219-68. b.
Native Life in South Africa, chapter 8 - Thuto.org
Posted: (52 years ago) Of course they were to use their own materials and munitions and, as a reward, they were to retain whatever stock they might capture from the Matabele; but the Barolongs did not quite like the terms. Tauana especially told Potgieter that he himself was a refugee in the land of his brother Moroka.
Native Life in South Africa, chapter 15
Posted: (52 years ago) Of course, it did not matter about the putting back of the Natives' own clock, since its only use is that of an index for the registration of Government taxes, municipal pass fees at one shilling or more per month per Native, and similar phases of the black man's burden. Thus, in answer to questions put by the members of the Congress, Mr. Dower ...
Native Life in South Africa, chapter 14
Posted: (52 years ago) The Natives received this advice hopefully. They believed it was an indication that the Government was about to amend the law, in which case, of course, the deputation would be unnecessary; but, besides this advice, the officials in each instance promised no relief. The Natal Native Commissioner held a similar meeting with a number of Zulus.