Afrika südlich der Sahara

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Afrika in seiner Gesamtheit zerfällt in fünf Teile. Mit leichtem Augenzwinkern leihe ich mir den Kapitelanfang von einem Klassiker imperialistischer Geschichtsschreibung. Das ist insofern angemessen, als die Unterscheidung dieser fünf Teile: Nord-, West-, Zentral-, Ost- und Süd-Afrika nicht nur geografische Fakten widerspiegelt, sondern auch die koloniale Geschichte des Kontinents. Zu den geografischen Fakten gehört die trennende Rolle, welche von der Wüste Sahara ausgeht – ungeachtet der Tatsache, dass sie über Karawanentransporte auch ein Jahrhunderte alter Verbindungsraum ist (Austen 2010).

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