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by Leon Carl Brown

Author: Leon Carl Brown
Subcategory: Africa
Language: English
Publisher: Princeton University Press (February 21, 1975)
Pages: 430 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.1
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Carl Brown's book on the reign of Ahmad Bey is thus a case study in modernization as well as a historical survey of Tunisia in the mid-nineteenth century.

Carl Brown's book on the reign of Ahmad Bey is thus a case study in modernization as well as a historical survey of Tunisia in the mid-nineteenth century. Professor Brown explains the workings of the traditional political system, an elaborate blend of Hafsid and Ottoman governmental ideas and practices. He explores the ways in which the changes imposed on Tunisia by the West made this system unworkable.

Be the first to ask a question about The Tunisia of Ahmad Bey, 1837-1855. Professor Brown explains the workings of the trad Under the energetic but confused prodding of the activist ruler Ahmad Bey, Tunisia made its first effort to institute European-inspired political and military reforms. L. Carl Brown's book on the reign of Ahmad Bey is thus a case study in modernization as well as a historical survey of Tunisia in the mid-nineteenth century. Be the first to ask a question about The Tunisia of Ahmad Bey, 1837-1855. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

On October 10, 1837, Ahmad Bey became ruler of the beylik of Tunis.

Series: Princeton Studies on the Near East. On October 10, 1837, Ahmad Bey became ruler of the beylik of Tunis. His father had died earlier that same day, and in accordance with custom, the important officials immediately gathered to offer the bay‘a to the new bey.

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Volume 8 Issue 2. Leon Carl Brown . Leon Carl Brown, The Tunisia of Ahmad Bey, 1837–1855 (Princeton University Press, 1974). Leon Carl Brown, English Français. International Journal of Middle East Studies. Pp. xviii + 409. Peter Von Sivers (a1).

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Under the energetic but confused prodding of the activist ruler Ahmad Bey, Tunisia made its first effort to institute European-inspired political and military reforms. L. Carl Brown's book on the reign of Ahmad Bey is thus a case study in modernization as well as a historical survey of Tunisia in the mid-nineteenth century. Professor Brown explains the workings of the traditional political system, an elaborate blend of Hafsid and Ottoman governmental ideas and practices. He explores the ways in which the changes imposed on Tunisia by the West made this system unworkable. Turning to the modernization movement itself, the author argues that the first phase of modernization was almost exclusively in the hands of the existing political elite, whose background, education, career pattern, and self-image he examines. This elite, working within a political climate characterized by a close interweaving of domestic and diplomatic concerns, developed an operating style described as collaborationist modernization. In addition to recapturing in a narrative history the age of Ahmad Bey and the political class over which he ruled, Professor Brown fits the Tunisian story of these years into the broader historical context of change imposed by the West on the rest of the world.

Originally published in 1975.

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