Abstract:'The Spatial Turn in Middle East Studies: Interdisciplinary Methods and Approaches', Round table at the Annual Meeting of the Middle Studies Association, Washington DC, December 3, 2011
'NORTH AFRICAN CITIESIN THE COLONIAL ERA (NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES): URBANISM, ARCHITECTURE, HERITAGE. HISTORIOGRAPHICAL REVISIONS BASED ON THE ARCHIVES', A CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY L'INSTITUT DE RECHERCHE SUR LE MAGHREB CONTEMPORAIN (IRMC), HELD IN SIDI BOU SAïD, TUNISIA, FEBRUARY 10–11, 2012
Document Type: Conference Report
Publication date: August 17, 2012
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