Learning to Revolt: The Role of Students in the National Movement in Colonial Tunisia
By: James J. Natsis (author)Paperback
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This historical monograph offers a unique look at the independence movement in Tunisia, during French colonial rule, from a perspective largely neglected by scholars: the voice of the students who were major participants. The experience of Tunisia's students lends to a better comprehension of the relationship between Western education and the inception and development of a nationalist movement.
James J. Natsis is Coordinator of the International Affairs Office, West Virginia State College, Institute.
Chapter 1 Acknowledgements Chapter 2 List of Acronyms Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Theoretical Context: Chapter 5 African Student Organizations: Background Chapter 6 Colonial Education and its Repercussions Chapter 7 Tunisian Students and the Struggle for Independence: Chapter 8 Tunisia: Youth Organizations, Education, and Political Parties- Historical Background Chapter 9 Tunisia's Educated Youth from the Late 1940's to 1956 Chapter 10 Discussion Chapter 11 Chronology Chapter 12 Glossary Chapter 13 References Chapter 14 Index Chapter 15 About the Author
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