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Tunisian Peasants in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (English Language Version abridged from the French )

VALENSI (Lucette)

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ISBN 10: 0521255589 / ISBN 13: 9780521255585
Editorial: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1985
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Título: Tunisian Peasants in the Eighteenth and ...

Editorial: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Año de publicación: 1985

Encuadernación: HARDCOVER

Condición de la sobrecubierta: very good

Edición: First UK edition.

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An historian of the Annales school, Lucette Valensi blends the methods of history and anthropology to portray the Tunisian countryside in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, which has been previously little-studied.

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An historian of the Annales school, Lucette Valensi blends the methods of history and anthropology to portray the Tunisian countryside in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, which has been previously little-studied. She analyses the nomadic tribes and the sedentary peasants, discussing their social organisation, their economic activity, and their cultural practices. She also explores the changes that affected both the peasantry and the Tunisian state in the nineteenth century, showing how the country's incorporation into the capitalist world economy led to social unrest, and eventually to the general rebellion of 1864 that precipitated the establishment of a French protectorate, thus placing Tunisia in a role of dependence and heralding underdevelopment.

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