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Unformatted text preview: B. Social Policy: Divide and Rule (Berbers vs. Arabs) C. Cultural Policy 1. Religion 2. Education III. Algerian Demands for Integration (Nascent Nationalism) A. 1 st Wave, 1890s 1. Vieux Turbans 2. Young Algerians (New Social Classes Want Incd Role) B. Passage of Jonnart Law, 1919 C. 2 nd Wave, 1920s 1. Federation des Elus Indignes (Ferhat Abbas) 2. Islamic Reform Movement (Shaykh Abd al-Hamid ben Badis) 3. Etoile Nord-Africaine (Messali Hadj) D. Defeat of Blum-Violette Bill , 1936-1938: From Integration to Separation IV. Algiers (1938): French Representations of Algerians A. Orientalism as a Colonial Perception B. The Political Implications of Cultural Perspectives C. Casbah (Algerian Quarters) vs. Ville Nouvelle (French Quarters)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course HIST 246 taught by Professor Holden during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.
- Spring '11