Les interventores du protectorat espagnol au Maroc. Des agents responsables de la connaissance du territoire et de la société des cabilas

J.Ll Mateo, J.L. Villanova

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The Interventores of the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco
The text analyzes the mechanisms which determined the production of colonial knowledge about Moroccan territory and society during the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco (1912-1956), and it shows how that knowledge was elaborated by bureaucratic instances and the principal agents of indirect rule among the tribes, the interventores. This knowledge was conformed by a colonial policy dependent on the changes which were taking place in the Peninsula and on the difficulties of military control until 1926. An analysis of the cabilas questionnaires of 1926, the ethnological questionnaire of 1940 and the socio-economical questionnaire of 1952 shows that the interventores were often inspired by the French colonial model, although this adoption did not imply a simple transplantation but an intersection with some particular elements of Spanish colonialism, like the rhetoric about a brotherhood between Spaniard
Títol traduït de la contribucióLes interventores du protectorat espagnol au Maroc. Des agents responsables de la connaissance du territoire et de la société des cabilas
Idioma originalFrench
Pàgines (de-a)595-624
Nombre de pàgines31
RevistaCahiers d'Études Africaines
Volum2013
Número211
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 de gen. 2013

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