The Maghrib in Question

The Maghrib in Question

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A wealth of historical writing dealing with the Maghrib (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya) has been published during the roughly forty years since European colonial control ended in the region. This book provides a state of the field survey of this postcolonial Maghribi historiography. The book contains thirteen essays by leading Maghribi and North American scholars. The first section surveys the Maghrib as a whole; the second focuses on individual countries of the Maghrib; and the third explores theoretical issues and case studies. Cutting across chronological categories, the book encompasses historiographical writing dealing with all eras, from the ancient Maghrib to the contemporary period.This book provides a state of the field survey of this postcolonial Maghribi historiography. The book contains thirteen essays by leading Maghribi and North American scholars.


Title:The Maghrib in Question
Author: Michel Le Gall, Kenneth Perkins
Publisher:University of Texas Press - 1997
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