Saharan Frontiers: Space and Mobility in Northwest Africa

Saharan Frontiers: Space and Mobility in Northwest Africa

The Sahara has long been portrayed as a barrier that divides the Mediterranean world from Africa proper and isolates the countries of the Maghrib from their southern and eastern neighbors. Rather than viewing the desert as an isolating barrier, this volume takes up historian Fernand Braudel's description of the Sahara as "the second face of the Mediterranean." The essays recast the history of the region with the Sahara at its center, uncovering a story of densely… (more)

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Publisher: Indiana University Press (June 08, 2012)

Collection: Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa

Parent ISBN: 9780253001245

Page count: 306 pages

Language: English


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