Current affiliation: Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner OrientSubject: HistoryPrimary location: Germany
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2013-07-01
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2012-07-01
Published in:The History of the FamilyPublication date:2011-06-15
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2014-07-11
A review of this book (ed. by N. Semmoud, B. Florin, O. Legros and F. Troin)
Urban margins, marginality, history from below, périphéries, subaltern...
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2015-02-09
A review in English of this book by Jean-Claude David et Thierry Boissière (eds.)
Published in:Law and History ReviewPublication date:2015-10-27
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2015-12-22
A review of Zohra Hakimi's book
Published in:Islamic AfricaPublication date:2016-04-12
Published in:Être notable au MaghrebPublication date:Not available
A study of a political controversy in Tripoli, Libya, at the time of the Ottoman reforms
Published in:Die Welt des IslamsPublication date:2017-03-29
A discussion of the notion of cosmopolitanism in the context of the Harbour cities of the Ottoman empire
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2017-06-06
Published in:Another Global CityPublication date:2008-01-01
I analyze in this article, that is part of a collective book reflecting on the nature of globalization, how different municipalities of the Ottoman...
Development As A BattlefieldPublication date:Not available
This article is about a protest against machinism by workers in late-Ottoman Tunis (North-Africa)
Published in:The History of Social Movements in Global PerspectivePublication date:2017-01-01
This chapter is part of a collective book about social movement.
Published in:Revue internationale de politique de développementPublication date:2017-09-01
A reflection on industrialization and its ambiguities in an Ottoman and North African context. (this version is in French. There is also an English...
Published in:Die Welt des IslamsPublication date:2010-04-01
Published in:Planning PerspectivesPublication date:2018-01-19
Urban societies in the Middle East and the Arabian peninsula
Published in:Histoire urbainePublication date:2001-01-01
A reflection on the old regime Ottoman municipality and its modernization during the era of the Tanzimat.
Published in:Villes rattachées, villes reconfiguréesPublication date:Not available
The communication between Tripoli and Istanbul, the nature of the Ottoman empire
Published in:Maghreb, dimensions de la complexitéPublication date:Not available
This article is about the protests agains machinism issued by workers of the textile industry in late-Ottoman Tunis in the context of growing press...
Published in:Revue des mondes musulmans et de la MéditerranéePublication date:1994-01-01
Published in:Divertissements et loisirs dans les sociétés urbaines à l’époque moderne et contemporainePublication date:Not available
In this article I illustrate how a café in Ottoman Tripoli was the place where the notables of the city Council met. This place became the seat of ...
Published in:HypothèsesPublication date:2013-01-01
The instrumentalization of local factional politics by European powers for the control of this Ottoman province of North-Africa
Published in:The American Historical ReviewPublication date:2017-10-01
Reflections on the nature of the Ottoman Empire
Published in:The Journal of North African StudiesPublication date:2018-02-16
A methodological reflection on history writing as far as women and gender issues are concerned and an implementation of the method as for the case ...
Published in:Trames de languesPublication date:Not available
My point i: there was no lingua franca in such contexts (Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli....). People spoke Arabic and a variety of languages (Spanish, Jud...
Published in:Die Welt des IslamsPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Die Welt des IslamsPublication date:2014-08-24
Published in:Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies AssociationPublication date:2017-01-01
It's about the old regime organisation of society in North Africa and the ambiguities of modernization at the end of the Ottoman era