2 edition of Structure and authority in a Bedouin tribe : the "Aishaibat of the western desert of Egypt found in the catalog.
Structure and authority in a Bedouin tribe : the "Aishaibat of the western desert of Egypt
Gerald Joseph Obermeyer
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The Kharga Oasis, located in the Western Desert, is the southernmost of Egypt's five western oasis. "El Kharga" is also the name of a major town located in the oasis, the capital of New Valley Governorate. The oasis, which was known as the 'Southern Oasis' to the Ancient Egyptians, is the largest of the oases in the Libyan desert of Egypt. King c Abd al-c Aziz of Saudi Arabia understood that corralling armed Bedouin and bringing them under government rule was crucial for his strong central rule. With the exception of a minority, the Bedouin of Egypt's Western Desert have also settled and accepted state authority. This does not undermine the use of case studies, however.
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Structure and Authority in a Bedouin Tribe: The 'Aishaibat of the Western Desert of Egypt Paperback – January 1, by Gerald J. Obermeyer (Author)Author: Gerald J. Obermeyer. Structure and authority in a Bedouin tribe: the 'Aishaibat of the Western Desert of Egypt.
“Structure and Authority in a Bedouin Tribe: The 'Aishaibat of the Western Desert of Egypt.” Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University.
(University Microfilms #69–) Obermeyer, Gerald J. Cited by: MA and PhD theses and dissertations, to present −12− continued PhD Gerald J. Obermeyer. Structure and Authority in a Bedouin Tribe: The 'Aishaibat of the Western Desert of Egypt. (November) (Bidney) PhD Danguole Jurate VariakojisFile Size: KB.
Veiled Sentiments is more than an ethnography ofthe Awlad 'Ali, a Bedouin tribe now settled in the Western Desert of Egypt, near the Libyan border. It is also an investigation into the alternative but reciprocal discourses available to members of that sample. The Al Naim or Al Noaim (النعيم) tribe is a large Arab bedouin tribe based primarily in the Qatar, Bahrain, eastern Saudi Arabia, UAE, and the Al Buraimi oasis of Oman.
New!!: Bedouin and Al Nuaim See more» Al Sadu. Al Sadu, or simply Sadu, describes an embroidery form in geometrical shapes hand-woven by Bedouin people. New!!. Main The Pasha's Bedouin and Tribes and State in the Egypt of Mehmet 'Ali (Middle East Studies. The Pasha's Bedouin and Tribes and State in the Egypt of Mehmet 'Ali (Middle East Studies: History, Politics & Law).
Lila Abu-Lughod lived with a community of Bedouins in the Western Desert of Egypt for nearly two years, studying gender relations and the oral lyric poetry through which women and young men express personal feelings. The poems are haunting, the evocation of emotional life vivid.
in her classic ethnogra phy of the Awlad Ali Bedouin of Egypt ’ s western desert, desert of Egypt. the Bedouin poetr y also provides structure and authority for al-T ahawy Author: Caroline Seymour-Jorn. The 29 multidisciplinary essays contained in this book provide a detailed picture of the population of the Farafra Oasis, hitherto one of the least well known within the Western Desert.
–The name belonged to a tribe of the Bedouin type, descended from Ishmael (Genesis ), and at this time conspicuous as supplying the markets of Tyre with sheep and goats (Ezekiel ). In PP. it appears as the representative of the fierce nomadic life of the Arabians.
The book is divided into two major parts which together constitute the great paradox of which the system of public and personal relations of Awlad 'Ali is composed. These are the public versus private, honor versus poetry.
The first part deals primarily with honor and social relations, with the principles which. Lila Abu-Lughod’s ethnography, Veiled Sentiments: Honor and Poetry in a Bedouin Society, details honor, gender relations and poetry among the Awlad ‘Ali, a Bedouin community living in western Egypt.
Based on two years of fieldwork conducted from toAbu-Lughod goes to great lengths to understand the Awlad ‘Ali on their own terms.4/5.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Similarly, Tariq Tall explores relationships between government policies that privileged the authority of Bedouin tribes, and the lack of government support for the local economies of the tribes.
Altogether, these chapters demonstrate the comparative similarities and differences in the negotiations between state power and tribal society during the twentieth-century Middle East. The Western Desert Sometimes called the Libyan Desert, the Western Desert encompassessquare miles (, square kilometers), or about two-thirds of Egypt’s total area.
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Socioeconomic change off the range. A Bedouin teenager in Egypt's Western Desert told me in that, "We, the Arabs (i.e., Bedouin), are more honorable and are cleaner than the Fallahin (i.e., peasants); but the future is better for the Fallahin.".Lila Abu-Lughod, author of Veiled Sentiments, traveled to the Western Desert of Egypt to study ghinnawa poetry of the Awlad 'Ali Bedouin tribe.
The daughter of a Caucasian American woman and an Arab American father, Abu-Lughod was introduced to the Awlad 'Ali by her father.Period ( BC). Central authority was weak and. AD Rome conceded autonomy to the Copts, as the. the country was invaded by Asian tribes known as Hyksos.
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