Ancient Advanced African Civilizations
- This course is for anyone interested in finding solutions to the growing identity crisis amongst African youth and African peoples in general
- This is also for any interested in how pervasive the crisis is and how it affects the spiritual and religious life of Africans today
- It also addresses issues relating to xenophobia by demonstrating how we are related to each other rather than different
- It tackle and provides evidence against commonly held misconceptions, based on evolution, that African people are less evolved or backward or primitive in Ancient times and today
We’re going to look at a few ancient African civilizations that aren’t just Egyptian but from all over the continent. The idea behind it is to liberate the minds of you the reader around the issue of ‘evolved’ people and ‘unevolved’ people in terms of African cultures as well.
Subjects for this course – 11 modules
1.Ancient African Languages
2.Architecture, building and engineering
3.Literacy and Education
4.Culture and Art
7.Religion in Africa – Christianity & Islam
8.Powerful Ancient African Empresses and Queens
9.Powerful Ancient African Emperors and Kings
10.Ancient African Diaspora and the Moor’s Impact on Medieval and Modern Human History
11.Modern Black and African Inventors
Ancient African Languages – verbal and written langauges – dispelling the myth of Ancient African illiteracy
Architecture, building and engineering – African Grand building projects spanning generations and kings
Literacy and Education – how seriously did Ancient African empires and kingdoms take education
Culture and Art – how African Art and culture rivalled that of any other culture world wide in both creativity, design and quality
Government – does modern politics work for Africa, what did we have back in the day
Economy – money, organization, trade and regional reach of African industries and economies of Ancient empires
Religion in African – Christianity & Islam (East Africa) a focused look at religion in some of the oldest empires on the continent especially in the context of indigenous Christianity and Islam
Powerful Ancient African Empresses and Queens – Some African queens have left a permanent and powerful mark on world history. A look into a few who have changed the course of history
Powerful Ancient African Emperors and Kings – Ruling Kingdoms and Empires that spanned countries, a look behind the scenes at what some of these ancient men of influence and power were like.
Ancient African Diaspora and the Moor’s Impact on Medieval and Modern Human History
– Who were the Moors, and how have they contributed to history and influenced modern society till today?
Modern Black and African Inventors – Africans and people of African descent have contributed many things to our modern society but go unnoticed. Uncovering their contribution to today’s quality of life
Currently Available Course Summaries Online
There is a stigma of illiteracy associated with the African continent that is unwarranted. African's and people of African descent...The ancient architecture of Africa, like everything else about this continent is of such a wide variety and is so...The words literacy, science and education arent really synonymous with the African continent are they? What's crazy is that that...One of the things that many of us use to judge or decide if a culture or a people are...