Vivir en la frontera

Las sociedades del predesierto de África del Norte y del Sahara (Antigüedad - Edad Media)

7DICIEMBRE - 8DICIEMBRE 2017
Tunis
Coloquio

Programa DÉSERT

Coord. : Thouraya BELKAHIA (Université Tunis 1), Stéphanie GUÉDON (Université de Limoges)
Org. : Laboratoire De Recherche Histoire des Économies et des Sociétés Méditerranéennes (Université Tunis 1), EA 4270 (CRIHAM, FLSH/Université de Limoges), Partenariat Hubert Curien Maghreb (Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires étrangères – France, Ministères de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche Scientifique – Algérie, Maroc, Tunisie), École des hautes études hispaniques et ibériques (Casa de Velázquez, Madrid), Institut français de Tunisie

Lieu de la manifestation :
Institut français de Tunisie
20-22 avenue de Paris
Tunis


Entrée libre et gratuite

Presentación

This conference is the second international symposium organized by the Hubert Curien Maghreb Program “DESERT: the Southern border of the Maghreb in Antiquity and Middle Ages, space of boundaries and territory of exchanges” (Multi-year program of the Casa de Velázquez). It proposes to reflect on the specificities of the predesert societies of North Africa and the Sahara, and their implication as local actors in the construction of the Saharan space between Antiquity and the Middle Ages.

The results of the most recent archaeological missions and the reinterpretation of the written data invite to reconsider the importance and the complexity of the human occupation from the large mountain ranges of southern Morocco to the Saharan oases, whose development, particularly economic, was supported by trade and cultural exchanges. Through regional studies, this symposium aims to propose a reflection on the changes and persistences in the organization of local settlement in the pre-Saharan areas of the Maghreb between Antiquity and the Middle Ages, and to consider its diversity in terms of community structures and practices.


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