2 edition of colonial period in the Maghrib and its aftermath found in the catalog.
colonial period in the Maghrib and its aftermath
Written in English
Taken from Journal of African history, vol.17, no.2, 1976, pp. 291-305.
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Ment of nationalism in the Maghrib. It takes us back to what by now seems almost like the beginning, colonial period in the Maghrib and its aftermath book the work was first written and published in I at the very end of the colonial epoch, before its theme was generally considered both important and respectable.
It was a tract for its time. The book covers the various Islamic dynasties in the Maghrib, the society and culture of the region, the French, Portuguese and Spanish conquests of the region including the colonial period, independence and the nations struggle for self by: Key both to Rouighi's understanding of the medieval phenomenon of the "berberization" of North Africa and its reverberations in the modern world is the Kitāb al-'ibar of Ibn Khaldūn (d.
), the third book of which purports to provide the history of the Berbers and the dynasties that ruled in the Maghrib. As translated into French in 5/5(1). And since the modern historiography of the medieval Maghrib has been entangled in the experience of French colonial domination and its aftermath, difficulties abound.
Insisting on the historicity of social categories like Berber allows us to sidestep issues tied to the impact of colonialism and colonial historiography. For the discussion of Charles-André Julien’s L’Afrique du Nord en marche, see Michael Brett, ‘The Colonial Period in the Maghrib and its Aftermath: the Present State of Historical Writing’, Journal of African History, (), –8.
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The book aims, in Professor Laroui's words, "to give from within a decolonized vision of North African history just as the present leaders of the Maghrib are trying to modernize the economic and social structure of the country."Author: Abdallah Laroui, Ralph Manheim.
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and Its Legacy. Foner examines the aftermath Author: Sven Beckert.‘ The colonial period in the Maghrib and its aftermath: the present state of historical writing ’, J. Afr. Hist., XVII (), –pp. –60 See n. 58, above. 61 Munson, ‘Islam and inequality’, ; the term is used by Waterbury, J., The Commander of Cited by: Thomas Jefferson's biography got significantly more complicated when, 11 years ago, DNA evidence linked him to the descendants of Sally Hemings, a slave on his estate.
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The Jamestown Colony settled on the banks of Virginia's James River in and founded the first permanent English settlement in North America.‘ The colonial period in the Maghrib and its aftermath: the present state of historical writing ’, J. Afr. Hist., xvii (), – 5 Ageron, Modern Algeria, 6 Barbour, Nevill, A Survey of North West Africa (the Maghrib) (Oxford, ; 2nd ed., ).Cited by: 4.The history of Namibia has passed through several distinct stages from being colonised in the late nineteenth century to Namibia's independence on 21 March FromNamibia was a German colony: German South West Africa.
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