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Histoire de l'Algérie à la période coloniale, 1830-1962
Author: Jean-Pierre PEYROULOU, Abderrahmane BOUCHÈNE, Ouanassa Siari TENGOUR, Sylvie THÉNAULT
Publisher: La Découverte
ISBN: 2707182311
Pages: 784
Year: 2014-02-06
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Une vaste fresque synthétique qui rend compte notamment des travaux les plus récents. Ce livre, écrit principalement par des historiens (algériens, français et d'autres nationalités), met à disposition des lecteurs du plus large public une histoire partagée et critique de cette période historique, qui tienne compte des interrogations actuelles des sociétés sur ce passé. Plus de cinquante ans après la fin de la guerre d'indépendance algérienne, cette vaste fresque de l'Algérie coloniale, replaçant la guerre d'indépendance dans le temps long – car c'est bien dans la longue durée que le conflit s'enracine – est plus que jamais essentielle pour mieux comprendre la situation actuelle dans les deux pays, ainsi que leurs relations depuis 1962. Dans ce cadre historique, cet ouvrage, écrit principalement par des historiens (algériens, français et d'autres nationalités), met à disposition des lecteurs les travaux les plus récents, qui tiennent compte des interrogations actuelles des sociétés sur ce passé. Il entend questionner comment l'histoire de ces deux pays et de ces populations s'est nouée, dans des rapports complexes de domination et de violence, mais aussi d'échanges, dans les contextes de la colonisation puis de la décolonisation. Il s'agit, enfin, d'interroger les héritages de ces cent trente-deux ans de colonisation qui marquent encore les sociétés algériennes et françaises.
Discours Et Opinions de Jules Ferry;
Author: Jules Ferry
Publisher: Andesite Press
ISBN: 1375500600
Pages: 582
Year: 2017-08-19
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Européens, "indigènes" et juifs en Algérie (1830-1962)
Author: Kamel Kateb
Publisher: INED
ISBN: 273320145X
Pages: 386
Year: 2001
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L'histoire démographique de l'Algérie demeure source d'interrogations, sur des points essentiels : quel était l'effectif de la population lors de la conquête, en 1830 ? Dans quelle mesure la crise démographique des années 1860 est-elle la conséquence d'une guerre de razzias, de pillages, de violences contre tout un peuple ? Combien d'indigènes ont-ils émigré au Proche-Orient pour fuir la domination française ? Quelle a été l'origine et l'ampleur des dernières grandes épidémies ? Combien y a-t-il eu de morts entre 1954 et 1962 ? Cet ouvrage aborde de front toutes les questions que pose l'histoire démographique de l'Algérie durant la période coloniale, de 1830 à 1962. Il met en perspective la dynamique des différentes populations en présence - européenne, " indigène " et juive - , avec l'histoire politique (conquête, assimilation à la France et décolonisation), économique (bouleversement du cadre foncier, destruction du système agro-pastoral dominant, déclin de l'artisanat) et sociale (nomadisme, organisation tribale et structures familiales). De la guerre de conquête à l'instauration de l'ordre colonial et enfin à la décolonisation, l'auteur propose une synthèse inédite et rigoureuse de l'histoire des populations dans l'Algérie coloniale.
A Desert Named Peace
Author: Benjamin Claude Brower
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231154933
Pages: 417
Year: 2011
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In the mid-nineteenth century, French colonial leaders in Algeria started southward into the Sahara, beginning a fifty-year period of violence. Lying in the shadow of the colonization of northern Algeria, which claimed the lives of over a million people, French empire in the Sahara sought power through physical force as it had elsewhere; yet violence in the Algerian Sahara followed a more complicated logic than the old argument that it was simply a way to get empire on the cheap. A Desert Named Peace examines colonial violence through multiple stories and across several fields of research. It presents four cases: the military conquests of the French army in the oases and officers' predisposition to use extreme violence in colonial conflicts; a spontaneous nighttime attack made by Algerian pastoralists on a French village, as notable for its brutality as for its obscure causes; the violence of indigenous forms of slavery and the colonial accommodations that preserved it during the era of abolition; and the struggles of French Romantics whose debates about art and politics arrived from Paris with disastrous consequences. Benjamin Claude Brower uses these different perspectives to reveal the unexpected causes of colonial violence, such as France's troubled revolutionary past and its influence on the military's institutional culture, the aesthetics of the sublime and its impact on colonial thinking, the ecological crises suffered by Saharan pastoralists under colonial rule, and the conflicting paths to authority inherent in Algerian Sufism. Directly engaging a controversial history, A Desert Named Peace offers an important backdrop to understanding the Algerian war for independence (1954-1962) and Algeria's ongoing internal war, begun in 1992, between the government and armed groups that claim to fight for an Islamist revolution.
Citizenship and Antisemitism in French Colonial Algeria, 1870-1962
Author: Sophie B. Roberts
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107188156
Pages: 400
Year: 2017-12-28
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Examines the relationship between antisemitism and the practices of citizenship in a colonial context, focusing on experiences of Algerian Jews.
HISTOIRE STATISTIQUE DES POPULATIONS DE L'ALGERIE PENDANT LA PERIODE COLONIALE
Author: KAMAL.. KATEB
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 491
Year: 1998
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CETTE RECHERCHE A POUR OBJECTIF D'INVENTORIER, D'ETUDIER ET D'ANALYSER LES STATISTIQUES DES POPULATIONS PENDANT LA PERIODE DE COLONISATION DE L'ALGERIE. PAR UNE ANALYSE CRITIQUE DES SOURCES (RECENSEMENTS, ETAT CIVIL ET ARCHIVES DE L'ADMINISTRATION FRANCAISE) LES DYNAMIQUES DEMOGRAPHIQUES DES DIFFERENTES POPULATIONS DE L'ALGERIE SONT MISES EN RELATION AVEC L'HISTOIRE POLITIQUE (CONQUETE, ASSIMILATION A LA FRANCE, PROCESSUS DE DECOLONISATION), ECONOMIQUE (BOULEVERSEMENT DU CADRE FONCIER, DESTRUCTION DU SYSTEME AGRO-PASTORALE DOMINANT ET DECLIN DE L'ARTISANAT FACE A LA PENETRATION DES PRODUITS INDUSTRIELS METROPOLITAIN) ET SOCIALE (NOMADISME, ORGANISATION TRIBALE, STRUCTURES FAMILIALES) DE L'ALGERIE COLONIALE. ELLE ESSAIE DE RECONSTITUER L'HISTOIRE STATISTIQUE DES POPULATIONS DE L'ALGERIE ET D'ANALYSER LES CATEGORIES STATISTIQUES UTILISEES POUR DISCRIMINER LES DIFFERENTES POPULATIONS (EUROPEENNES, ISRAELITES, INDIGENES). CES CATEGORIES, INSTRUMENTS STATISTIQUES DE LA GESTION DES POPULATIONS DE L'ALGERIE, ONT REFLETE LES REPRESENTATIONS QU'AVAIT L'ADMINISTRATION FRANCAISE DES POPULATIONS (DIFFERENTES PAR LA RELIGION, LES MOEURS, LES COUTUMES ET PENDANT LONGTEMPS PAR LE GENRE DE VIE) QUI COHABITAIENT DANS LES + DEPARTEMENTS FRANCAIS D'OUTRE-MEDITERRANEE ;. LA THESE EST DIVISEE EN TROIS PERIODES QUI MARQUENT LA DEMOGRAPHIE DE L'ALGERIE COLONIALE. DANS CHACUNE D'ELLES, L'OBSERVATION STATISTIQUE DES POPULATIONS PUIS LEUR ETAT ET LEURS MOUVEMENTS SONT PASSES EN REVUE. LA PREMIERE PERIODE (1830-1872) EST CARACTERISEE PAR LA DECROISSANCE DE LA POPULATION INDIGENE ALGERIENNE ET L'INTRODUCTION D'UNE NOUVELLE POPULATION APPELEE A SE SUBSTITUER A ELLE. LA SECONDE (1872-1921) VOIT L'INSTAURATION DE L'ORDRE COLONIAL, UNE POPULATION EUROPEENNE QUI FAIT SOUCHE ET UNE REPRISE DE LA CROISSANCE DE LA POPULATION INDIGENE ALGERIENNE SUITE A LA BAISSE DE LA MORTALITE. LA TROISIEME PERIODE (1921-1960) EST MARQUEE PAR LA FIN DU MYTHE COLONIALE RELATIF A LA POPULATION INDIGENE ET UN PROCESSUS DE DECOLONISATION DONT LA FORME ET LA DURETE PESERONT LOURDS DANS L'ALGERIE INDEPENDANTE.
Berber Government
Author: Hugh Roberts
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 1845112512
Pages: 224
Year: 2014-08-30
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The Berber identity movement in North Africa was pioneered by the Kabyles of Algeria. But a preoccupation with identity and language has obscured the fact that Kabyle dissidence has been rooted in democratic aspirations inspired by the political traditions of Kabylia itself, a Berber-speaking region in the north of Algeria. The political organisation of pre-colonial Kabylia, from which these traditions originate, was well-described by nineteenth-century French ethnographers. But their inability to explain it led to a trend amongst later theorists of Berber society, such as Ernest Gellner and Pierre Bourdieu, to dismiss Kabylia's political institutions, notably the jema'a (assembly or council), and to reduce Berber politics to a function of social structure and shared religion. In Berber Government, Hugh Roberts, a renowned expert on North Africa, uncovers and explores the remarkable logics of Kabyle political organisation. Combining political anthropology and political and social history in an interdisciplinary analysis, Roberts challenges the excessive emphasis on kinship and religion in the study of the Maghreb.
A History of Algeria
Author: James McDougall
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108165745
Pages:
Year: 2017-04-24
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Covering a period of five hundred years, from the arrival of the Ottomans to the aftermath of the Arab uprisings, James McDougall presents an expansive new account of the modern history of Africa's largest country. Drawing on substantial new scholarship and over a decade of research, McDougall places Algerian society at the centre of the story, tracing the continuities and the resilience of Algeria's people and their cultures through the dramatic changes and crises that have marked the country. Whether examining the emergence of the Ottoman viceroyalty in the early modern Mediterranean, the 130 years of French colonial rule and the revolutionary war of independence, the Third World nation-building of the 1960s and 1970s, or the terrible violence of the 1990s, this book will appeal to a wide variety of readers in African and Middle Eastern history and politics, as well as those concerned with the wider affairs of the Mediterranean.
Saharan Frontiers
Author: James McDougall, Judith Scheele
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253001242
Pages: 291
Year: 2012
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The Sahara has long been portrayed as a barrier that divides the Mediterranean world from Africa proper and isolates the countries of the Maghrib from their southern and eastern neighbors. Rather than viewing the desert as an isolating barrier, this volume takes up historian Fernand Braudel's description of the Sahara as "the second face of the Mediterranean." The essays recast the history of the region with the Sahara at its center, uncovering a story of densely interdependent networks that span the desert's vast expanse. They explore the relationship between the desert's "islands" and "shores" and the connections and commonalities that unite the region. Contributors draw on extensive ethnographic and historical research to address topics such as trade and migration; local notions of place, territoriality, and movement; Saharan cities; and the links among ecological, regional, and world-historical approaches to understanding the Sahara.
Endowments, Rulers, and Community
Author: Miriam Hoexter
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004109641
Pages: 188
Year: 1998
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One of the first studies of a major public waqf foundation based on its own registers, this work offers new insights into the working of the Islamic endowment in general, and its socio-economic significance to the history of Ottoman Algiers.
Language Conflict in Algeria
Author: Prof. Mohamed Benrabah
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 1847699669
Pages: 224
Year: 2013-05-16
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This is a book about the use of languages as a proxy for conflict. It traces the history of Algeria from colonization by the French in 1830 to the celebration of 50 years of independence in 2012, and examines the linguistic issues that have accompanied this turbulent period. The book begins with an examination of 'language conflict' and related concepts, and then applies them to both the French colonists' language policies and the Arabization campaigns which followed independence. This is followed by an analysis of the rivalry between the English and French languages in independent Algeria. The book concludes with a study of the language choices made by Algerian writers and the complex tensions which arose from these choices among intellectuals in the colonial and post-colonial periods.
Histoire des gauches en France
Author: Jean-Jacques Becker
Publisher:
ISBN: 2286009120
Pages: 1360
Year: 2004
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Etudie au XXe siècle les mouvements de gauche, les rapports qu'ils entretiennent entre eux, l'expérience de l'exercice du pouvoir, les débats autour des questions sociales et nationales, etc.
Algerian Chronicles
Author: Albert Camus
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674073800
Pages: 240
Year: 2013-05-06
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More than 50 years after independence, Algerian Chronicles, with its prescient analysis of the dead end of terrorism, appears here in English for the first time. Published in France in 1958—the year the war caused the collapse of the Fourth French Republic—it is one of Albert Camus’ most political works: an exploration of his commitment to Algeria.
Vichy
Author: Eric Conan, Henry Rousso
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 0874517958
Pages: 291
Year: 1998
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A plea for a more moderate, balanced, and accurate view of the Vichy regime.
The Colonizer and the Colonized
Author: Albert Memmi
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134030827
Pages: 198
Year: 2013-07-04
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This book is part of a 3-volume anthology of women's writing in Latin from antiquity to the early modern era. Each volume provides texts, contexts, and translations of a wide variety of works produced by women, including dramatic, poetic, and devotional writing. Volume One covers the age of Roman Antiquity and early Christianity.