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La fabrication d'une ville nouvelle sous le Protectorat français au Maroc (1912-1956) : Fès-nouvelle

Abstract : Across fassi case, this thesis analyses the mechanisms of the creation of a new city under the French Protectorate in Morocco. Thanks to the study of often not much exploited funds of archives, it aims to renew historiography by studying distortions between a posteriori theorized urban ideal by Louis-Hubert Lyautey and its collaborators and constructed reality. The author studies the administrative organization of the Protectorate to understand the role of central and local services and intervention capacity of the population in the creation of the new cities. Then, she analyses official doctrine and the adaptation of prescripts with fassi context, and shows how the architectural landscape constructs according to directives official, of the status of the masters of work, their taste and that of the owners. She approaches the transformation of the medina finally and is studying how she articulates with patrimonial policy.
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Charlotte Jelidi. La fabrication d'une ville nouvelle sous le Protectorat français au Maroc (1912-1956) : Fès-nouvelle. Histoire. Université François Rabelais - Tours, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00459553⟩



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