The study of early African history achieves two key aims. Firstly, it brings diversity and range to what has always been a narrow History syllabus in British schools, and speaks to the modern nation. Second, it broadens the sense of what “History” is as a discipline, and introduces students to different approaches to historical sources and evidence. It offers a new type of History, beyond the traditional “Hitler and the Henrys” approach which has characterised so much of the British school History syllabus.
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