What would you say are the main characteristics of the Other Algeria that David

What would you say are the main characteristics of

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What would you say are the main characteristics of the Other Algeria that David Prochaska describes in historical overview?
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Population Can you recognize the following paintings and discuss them?
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Arab Festival: Renoir, 1881 Mosque at Algiers: Renoir, 1882 L’Oasis des Palmiers, Jardin d’Essai at Algiers: Renoir, 1881
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What is the Other Algeria according to David Prochaska French Colonial AlgeriaOttoman Algeria …… really?????? What Muslim Empire ruled Algeria before the French conquest? What did the French do with the existing buildings and structures—mosques, houses, commercial spaces?
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What does Prochaska say is absent from Renoir’s Algeria paintings? Why don’t theyrepresent Algeria at the time of his visit? Renoir’s paintings don’t depict French colonialism in Algeria Geography (Study the Maps on the powerpoint presentations)- Anyone wanna put the maps on here? Can you locate the following places on the map of the world? the Mediterranean Sea, Above Africa the Atlantic Ocean, Between North/south America and Africa/Europe The English Channel, Between France and England the Suez Canal connects the red sea and Mediterranean sea, between Asia and Africa (Egypt and Jordan) The Barbary Coast, The top of north africa (morocco, Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli) Istanbul/Constantinople - Turkey England, - small island off of Europe Ireland, - West of england France Spain, Italy (looks like a boot), Morocco (below spain), Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt Venice, Genoa, - italy Granada (just above Gibraltar to the right), Gibraltar(right at the bottom of spain towards morocco),- spain
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Algiers,l Istanbul – turkey · Iclicker questions: Can someone please write in the answer next to the correct letter? Q. By the beginning of WWI, Europe Territorial conquest of the world had expanded to Q. Edward Said sets this century as the beginning of his study of Orientalism
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