Books and Book Editorships:

A. Fischer, I. Kohl (ed.):
"Tuareg Society within a Globalized World";
Tauris Academic Studies, London, 2010, ISBN: 9781848853706; 320 pages.

English abstract:
The Tuareg (Kel Tamasheq) are an ancient nomadic people who have inhabited the Sahara, one of the most extreme environments in the world, for millennia. In what ways have the lives of the Tuareg changed, and what roles do they have, in a modern and increasingly
globalized world? Here, leading scholars explore the many facets of contemporary Tuareg existence: from transnational identity to international politics, from economy to social structure, from music to beauty, from mobility to slavery.

Architektur, Tuareg, Sahara

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