A Nomadic Fight against Immobility : the Tuareg in the Modern State

Abstract : This analysis concerns the interventions of the State in Saharian nomadic territories and the different ways how the Tuareg try to extend, change or accommodate their nomadism in this context. Nomadism is here studied not only as an economic space practice, but also as a philosophy of movement.
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Hélène Claudot-Hawad. A Nomadic Fight against Immobility : the Tuareg in the Modern State. D. Chatty. Nomadic Societies in The Middle East and North Africa: Entering the 21st Century, Brill, pp.654-681, 2006. ⟨halshs-00293587⟩

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