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Le sentiment d'appartenance collective chez les élites bagdadiennes des Ve-VIe/XIe-XIIe siècles

Abstract : This study focuses on the feeling of collective belonging expressed by diverse actors of Baghdad history, in the context of social change brought by the Saldjūq domination (mid. 5th/11th-mid. 6th-12th c.). Different aspects of this feeling are studied: the control of social relations and the distinction practices of the Baghdadian elites; the strong collective identity of the Hanbali of the eastern bank of the city, whose sociability was mainly maḏhab-orientated. I also consider the last homage of the group to a dead notable at his funeral as an expression of the strength of collective affiliations in the Baghdadian society of this period. Death itself was not always putting an end to such affiliations: in some cases, the role of the main social figures among the living could be continued after their decease.
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Vanessa van Renterghem. Le sentiment d'appartenance collective chez les élites bagdadiennes des Ve-VIe/XIe-XIIe siècles. Annales Islamologiques, Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, 2008, 42, p. 231-258. ⟨halshs-00587914⟩

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