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The Berbers of Morocco

A History of Resistance

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A history of Moroccan Berber resistance to French imperialism, using primary source oral history

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1: Berber origins
Chapter 2: From Carthage to Islam
Chapter 3: Dynasts versus heretics
Chapter 4: Triumph of the Atlas
Chapter 5: Makers of mayhem: Beni Hilal and Ma'qil.
Chapter 6: Atlas saints and mountain monarchs.
Chapter 7: Senhaja revival
Chapter 8: Scourge of the Berbers
Chapter 9: Transition and recovery
Chapter 10: The Berber backlash
Chapter 11: Dawn of the great qayd era.
Chapter 12: The foreign threat
Chapter 13: Start of Morocco's thirty years war
Chapter 14: Defence of central Middle Atlas
Chapter 15: Stemming the tide in SE
Chapter 16: Great qayd against marabout
Chapter 17: Between Oum Rbia' and Moulouya: failure of the marabouts
Chapter 18: Boisterous battles round Jbel Tichoukt
Chapter 19: Phoney war on the Atlas front (1926-1929)
Chapter 20: Reckless raiders rule the roost (1927-1934)
Chapter 21: Opening rounds of Atlas endgame: Ayt Ya'qoub and Tazizaout (1929-1932)
Chapter 22: Heroic defence of Tazizaout
Chapter 23: Atlas endgame: closing stages (1933-1934)
Chapter 24: Pacification aftermath
Chapter 25: Transition to modernity: protectorate and independence
Chapter 26: Amazigh culture fights to assert itself in Moroco (2007-2018)
Conclusion

Om forfatteren

Michael Peyron is Visiting Professor at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane (Morocco). He is a specialist in the field of Berber language, literature and culture. Peyron has previously taught at the Faculty of Letters of Mohammed V University in Rabat (1973-1988) and in the English Department at Grenoble University (1988-95) and from 1995 to 1997 he was a guest lecturer at King Fahd School for Translation (Tangier, Morocco). He has published widely on the Berbers in English and French.