Colonial al andalus traces this supposedly timeless narrative to the mid 1800s when spanish politicians and intellectuals first used it to press for moroccos colonization franco later harnessed convivencia to the benefit of spains colonial program in morocco. The particular value of a book like colonial al andalus is the way it illuminates and historicizes these mythologies tracing a story that itself extends far beyond iberia and morocco. In colonial al andalus professor eric calderwood explores the origin of a claim widely promoted in moroccan tourism arts and literature and finds its roots in spains colonial rhetoric. Ty book t1 colonial al andalus t2 spain and the making of modern moroccan culture au calderwood eric stickley py 2018 4 9 y1 2018 4 9. Get this from a library colonial al andalus spain and the making of modern moroccan culture eric calderwood through state backed catholicism monolingualism militarism and dictatorship spains fascists earned their reputation for intolerance it may therefore come as a surprise that 80000 moroccans
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