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dc.contributor.editorAli Jimale Ahmed-
dc.coverage.spatialLawrencevilleit_IT
dc.date.accessioned2014-05-28T09:59:00Z-
dc.date.available2014-05-28T09:59:00Z-
dc.date.issued1995-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2307/2757-
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dc.description.abstractThis book is the first real attempt by scholars on Somalia to identify and analyze the basic assumptions which had informed the construction of the now debunked Somali myth. The authors do not only suggest alternative ways of seeing and intrepreting existing data, but also initiate and propose new ways of reading Somali past and present. This new way of reading is not born on the heels of the disintegration of the Somali state. Rather the seminal thesis of the book-- that Somalia had indeed come to a sticking place both in terms of ideas and of state power --has its origins in a paper read at the University of Southern California (USC) in 1983 by one of the book's authors.it_IT
dc.description.abstractBuuggan waxaa ku qoran maqaallo ay isku dayayaan aqoonyahanno ku xeeldheer arrimaha soomaaliyeed si ay u falanqeeyaan, una raadiyaan waxyaabaha asal ahaan ku dhisnayd ustuurada soomaaliyeed ee baaba’day. Aqoonyahanndu waxay ku talinayaan in siyaabo cusub loo tixgeliyo ama loo eego tagtada iyo xaalada joogtada ee Soomaaliya. aragtidan cusub ma aha mid ka timid burburka qaranka soomaaliyeed,, ee waa aragti horay u jirtay, oo mid ka mid ah aqoonyahannaasi uu ka soo jeediyay University of Southern California (USC) sannadka markuu ahaa1983.it_IT
dc.description.abstractQuesto libro è il primo tentativo da parte degli studiosi che si occupano della Somalia di identificare e analizzare gli assunti di base che avevano permeato la costruzione dell'ormai sfatato mito somalo. Gli autori non solo suggeriscono delle alternative nell'osservare ed interpretare i dati a disposizione, ma avviano e propongono nuovi modi di considerare il passato e il presente della Somalia. Questa nuova interpretazione non è nata sulla scia della disintegrazione dello stato somalo; piuttosto, la tesi fondamentale del libro - ovvero che la Somalia sia di fatto giunta al punto limite sia in termini di idee che di potere statale - trae origine da un lavoro presentato presso la University of Southern California (USC) nel 1983 da uno degli autori del libro.it_IT
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dc.publisherThe Red Sea Pressit_IT
dc.relation.haspartMohamed Haji Mukhtar, "Islam in Somaly History: Fact an Fiction"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartMohamed M. Kassim, "Aspects of the Benadir Cultural History: The Case of the Bravan Ulama"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartCatherine Besteman, "The Invention of Gosha: Slavery, Colonialism, and Stigma in Somali History"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartIrving Leonard Markovitz, "Camels, Intellectuals, Origins, and Dance in the Invention of Somalia: A Commentary"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartAhmed Qassim Ali, "The Predicament of the Somali Studies"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartAbdi M. Kusow, "The Somali Origin: Myth or Reality"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartAbdalla Omar Mansur, "Contrary to a Nation: The Cancer of the Somali State"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartAbdalla Omar Mansur, "The Nature of the Somali Clan System"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartAli Jimale Ahmed, "'Daybreak is Near, Won't You Become Sour?' Going Beyond the Current Rhetoric in Somali Studies"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartChristine Choi Ahmed, "Finely Etched Chattel: The Invention of a Somali Woman"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartFrancesca Declich, "Identity, Dance and Islam Among People with Bantu Origins in Riverine Areas of Somalia"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartEdward Alpers, "On Critiques of the Invention of Somalia"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartChristopher Ehret, "The Eastern Horn of Africa, 1000 B.C. to 1400 A.D.: The Historical Roots"it_IT
dc.relation.haspartAPPENDIX 1 - Relationships of Eastern Omo-Tana (Soomaali Languages)it_IT
dc.relation.haspartAPPENDIX 2 - Mapsit_IT
dc.subjectSomali stateit_IT
dc.subjectloreit_IT
dc.subjectqaranka soomaaliyeedit_IT
dc.subjecthiddeit_IT
dc.subjectstato somaloit_IT
dc.subjecttradizioniit_IT
dc.titleThe Invention of Somaliait_IT
dc.typeBook
dc.relation.pagenumber265it_IT
dc.relation.altlocOriginale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali : http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php
dc.subject.studisomaliCenter for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Politics/Historyit_IT
dc.subject.studisomaliXoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Siyaasad/Taariikhit_IT
dc.subject.studisomaliSoggettario Centro Studi Somalo::POLITICA/STORIAit_IT
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