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Yolanda Aixelà Cabré (ed.)

In the Footsteps of Spanish Colonialism in Morocco and Equatorial Guinea

The Handling of Cultural Diversity and the Socio-Political Influence of Transnational Migration

Reihe: Afrikanische Studien/African Studies, Band 59, 2018, broschiert, 280 Seiten

ISBN: 978-3-643-91010-3

The failure to manage cultural diversity in Morocco and Equatorial Guinea in an egalitarian manner has been linked to the hallmark of colonialism. First, because the policy practiced upon Arabs and Moroccan Imazighen since the French colonization comprised one of the reasonings employed to justify the pro-Arab policies developed after independence. Second, because the discriminatory policy deployed by Spain in Equatorial Guinea, was overridden by the installation of a dictatorship that established a system of Fang predominance. This book clarifies the degree to which the Spanish colonization is responsible for the present-day management of cultural diversity in both countries.

Yolanda Aixela-Cabr'e is cultural anthropologist at the Institució Mila i Fontanals of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Barcelona.


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