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by Anna Baldinetti

eBook The Origins of the Libyan Nation: Colonial Legacy, Exile and the Emergence of a New Nation-State (Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern History) epub
  • ISBN: 0415477476
  • Author: Anna Baldinetti
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 22, 2010)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1364 kb
  • FB2 size 1507 kb
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Anna Baldinetti is Associate professor of History and Politics of North Africa and Middle East at the University of Perugia. Series: Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern History (Book 10).

Anna Baldinetti is Associate professor of History and Politics of North Africa and Middle East at the University of Perugia.

This book addresses the emergence and construction of nation and . Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern History

Introduction 1. Writing Modern Libyan History 2. Colonial Rule 3. Colonial Rule and Exile 4. Exile Associations and the Beginning of Political Activity 5. Pan-Arabism and Libyan Nationalism 6. The British Interlude and Political Action in Libya. Conclusion: Libya: A Country in the Making. Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern History.

The new Libyan state failed, according to Professor Anna Baldinetti .

The new Libyan state failed, according to Professor Anna Baldinetti, because it was an "artificial" (p. 6) construct - the product of disjointed internal political development under colonial rule (1911-1945) and postwar Western hegemony. Calling for a united Libyan nation with an authentic Libyan identity, this vision was nurtured externally by more modern-minded political activists who went in exile in Cairo and Damascus since the waning of local colonial resistance in the late 1920s. A new fascist campaign of military pacification after 1922 halted or suspended this attempt, but the goal was kept alive by the exiled in Damascus and Cairo, including the Sanusi emir.

It charts the rise of nationalism from the colonial era and shows how it developed through an external Libyan diaspora and the influence of Arab nationalism. Introduction 1. Baldinetti, A. (2010). The Origins of the Libyan Nation. Through experiences undergone during periods of exile, new structures of loyalty and solidarity were formed.

This book addresses the emergence and construction of nation and nationalism, particularly among. Libya is a typical example of a colonial or external creation. The new and emerging social groups were largely responsible for creating the associations that ultimately led to the formation of political parties at the eve of independence.

While the region had been historically referred to using various derivatives of ‘Libia’, this name had been largely forgotten. It was the Italian geographer, Francesco Minutilli, who revived the name Libia in his Bibliografia della Libia published in 1903, to indicate the regions formed by the Ottoman provinces of Tripolitania and Cyrenaica

This book addresses the emergence and construction of nation and . From 1911, Libya is a typical example of a colonial or external creation. Hardcover, 224 pages. Published December 1st 2009 by Routledge.

This book addresses the emergence and construction of nation and nationalism, particularly . From 1911, following the Italian occupation, the first nucleus of Libyan nationalism formed through the activities of Libyan exiles.

Disney Frozen 2: New & exclusive merchandise is here. Taylor & Francis Ltd (Sales). It charts the rise of nationalism from the colonial era and shows how it developed through an external Libyan diaspora and the influence of Arab nationalism.

Colonial Legacy, Exile and the Emergence of a New Nation-State. Books related to The Origins of the Libyan Nation. series Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern History. An important contribution to history of Libya and nationalism, this work will be of interest to all scholars of African and Middle Eastern history.

Libya is a typical example of a colonial or external creation. This book addresses the emergence and construction of nation and nationalism, particularly among Libyan exiles in the Mediterranean region. It charts the rise of nationalism from the colonial era and shows how it developed through an external Libyan diaspora and the influence of Arab nationalism.

From 1911, following the Italian occupation, the first nucleus of Libyan nationalism formed through the activities of Libyan exiles. Through experiences undergone during periods of exile, new structures of loyalty and solidarity were formed. The new and emerging social groups were largely responsible for creating the associations that ultimately led to the formation of political parties at the eve of independence.

Exploring the influence of colonial rule and external factors on the creation of the state and national identity, this critical study not only provides a clear outline of how Libya was shaped through its borders and boundaries but also underlines the strong influence that Eastern Arab nationalism had on Libyan nationalism. An important contribution to history of Libya and nationalism, this work will be of interest to all scholars of African and Middle Eastern history.

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