Morocco Since 1830 A History

ISBN-10: 0814766773

ISBN-13: 9780814766774

Edition: 1999

Authors: C. R. Pennell

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This volume explores the profound changes that have affected social relations in Morocco over the past 150 years, especially those between the sexes, and between linguistic identities and cultures.
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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: New York University Press
Publication date: 1/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 442
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

C. R. Pennell is al-Tajir Lecturer in Middle East History and Senior Lecturer at the University of Melbourne and author of Morocco since 1830 , also available from NYU Press.

Preface and Acknowledgements
Glossary
Abbreviations
Transcription of Arabic
1830
The face of Morocco
Tribes
Politics and religion
The Sultan
Jihad and the right to rule
The 'ulama
The Makhzan
The army
Finances
Trade and commerce
Commerce and the British
Rebellion
Bilad al-siba and bilad al-makhzan
Coercion and co-option
The towns
The slaves
The Jews
Morocco as mosaic
Defeat
The European challenge
The Algerian challenge
The Makhzan's commerce
Local commerce
Military weakness
Revolts
Defeat in Algeria
The call for reform
Military reform
The modernisers
Disorder
British and French rivalry
Opening Moroccan markets
The rise of John Drummond-Hay
The physical environment
Moroccan views of Europe
War with Spain
The moral of defeat
Reform
The inheritance of the Spanish war
The aims of European diplomacy
Military reform
Economic reform
Technological innovation
Administration
Currency reform
Proteges
Jews
The Madrid conference
The Morocco question
Trade, protection, diplomacy and self-promotion
The rich and powerful
Rebels against the Sultan
Siba
The rise of the big qaids
Disorder and resistance
The Mahalla
Trade, treason and faith
The end of the old order
The failure of reforms?
Collapse
Ba Ahmad's Morocco
The new Makhzan
Rebellion and repression
The big qaids
Economic problems
European diplomacy
Abdelaziz's Morocco
The new regime
Abdelaziz's reforms
Morocco and the European Entente
A generalised siba
The big qaids
The revolt of Abu Himara
The rise of the French
Resistance to French influence
The conference at Algeciras
The consequences of Algeciras
The origins of revolution
The revolution of Moulay Abdelhafid
Abdelhafid's Morocco
The bay'a compromised
Salafiyya
Constitutional nationalism
The Spanish and French advance in the east
The economic crisis
The French take-over
The revolt in the north and the French occupation of Fez
The de-internationalisation of the Morocco question
The imposition of the French Protectorate
The haemorrhaging Makhzan
Conquest
The Fez mutiny
Lyautey in Morocco
The abdication of Moulay Abdelhafid
El Hiba
The theory of Protectorate
Government in the French Protectorate
The big qaids
The origin of the Berber policy
The Spanish Protectorate
The international zone in Tangier
The beginnings of conquest
The Spanish zone
Land as a commodity
New cities
The legal facade
The First World War
The big qaids
Social policy of the French Protectorate
The wartime economy
The Spanish zone
Morocco After the First World War
Restructuring the administration
The end of the big qaids and the rise of Si Thami El Glaoui
Reform under colonialism
The Free School movement
'Useful' and 'Necessary' Morocco
The boundaries of Morocco
The Rif War
The attack on El Raisuni
The expectations of the Rifis and their leader
The international zone reborn
Divided economies
Taxation and land sales
The development of capitalist agriculture
Employment
The Jews and Zionism
The bases of nationalism
The Protectorate in question
A society of dualities
Nationalism
The final stages of conquest
The roots of future problems
The economic crisis
How the colons coped
Protest and nationalism
The Plan de Reformes
Politics in the Spanish zone
Sport and popular culture
The limits of economic growth
The strikes of 1936
General Nogues as Resident-General
Trade unions for the French
Economic reform
Nogues and the nationalists
The policies of the Hizb al-Watani
Campaigns and suppression
The Spanish Civil War and the Spanish zone
Privileged or underprivileged Jews?
Wars
The Second World War in Morocco
The war in the Spanish Zone
The third player: the United States
The Jews during the Second World War
The meeting at Casablanca
The Istiqlal manifesto
Morocco under the Free French
Morocco after the Second World War
The liberal experiment
The Spanish zone
The visit to Tangier, 1947
The Indian summer of settler colonialism
The broad nationalist coalition
The foreign policy of the nationalists
Morocco and Israel
The campaign against Sidi Mohammed
Guillaume as Resident-general
The protectorate's coup d'etat
The ben Arafa interlude
The nationalists in the Spanish zone
War in the French zone
Aix-les-Bains
The Liberation Army
The return of the King
Independence from Spain
Independence undefined
Independence
The role of the King
The levers of coercive power
The entrenchment of Istiqlal
Rural rebellions
The economics of independence
Istiqlal undermined
Morocco's Place in the World
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Moroccan Jews
The war in Algeria
The Cold War
The triumph of the palace
Kingship
King Hassan's government
The politics of elites
The regime and its enemies
The first constitution
The economic crisis
The crisis in the rural world
The crisis in the cities
The second constitution
The Skhirat coup
The second coup
Morocco's expanding limits
The Spanish Sahara
The road to the International Court
The Green March
The New Morocco
The Saharan war
The diplomacy of the new Morocco
The Moroccan Jews
The economics of the new nationalism
A political opening in the new Morocco?
A New Society Beyond the State?
Women
An informal society with informal politics
The Islamists
The rebellion in Casablanca
The need for a new consensus
Adjustments
The economic crisis
Alienation from the political process
The Islamic movement
Women and power
Human rights
Arab allies and the Saharan war
The alliance with the West and with Israel
The Gulf War
Rebuilding
Liberalising the economy
Transition
The Return of the Travellers?
The shape of the land
A mosaic of cultural choices
Public mass culture
The mass culture of sport
A society with women
From Sultan to King
Appendix
Sultans and Kings of Morocco
French Residents-General
High Commissioners of the Spanish Protectorate
Bibliography
Index
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