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Recalling life in a house occupied by Jewish and Muslim families, the author's informants build up a microhistory of a period that ended in the early l960s. Here, in miniature, is a domestic history of North African Muslims, Jews and Christians living under French colonial rule. Recalling life in a house occupied by Jewish and Muslim families, the author's informants build up a microhistory of a period that ended in the early l960s. Here, in miniature, is a domestic history of North African Muslims, Jews and Christians living under French colonial rule.


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Recalling life in a house occupied by Jewish and Muslim families, the author's informants build up a microhistory of a period that ended in the early l960s. Here, in miniature, is a domestic history of North African Muslims, Jews and Christians living under French colonial rule. Recalling life in a house occupied by Jewish and Muslim families, the author's informants build up a microhistory of a period that ended in the early l960s. Here, in miniature, is a domestic history of North African Muslims, Jews and Christians living under French colonial rule.

34 review for The Architecture of Memory: A Jewish-Muslim Household in Colonial Algeria, 1937 1962

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    Excellent, thoughtful microhistory.

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    Karen

    An intriguing read, though the texts presents some logisitical/theoretical problems for the historian, not the least of which is that even as a microhistory the context is a bit narrow. The focus is on a single household in colonial French Algeria.

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