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Tuaregs the Blue People

The Blue People (Carsten Niebuhr Institute Publications)

by Karl-G Prasse

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Published by Museum Tusculanum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnic studies,
  • Ethnography,
  • Social issues,
  • Sociology,
  • Social Science,
  • North Africa,
  • Social life and customs,
  • Sociology - General,
  • History,
  • Tuaregs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9170622M
    ISBN 108772893133
    ISBN 109788772893136


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Tuaregs the Blue People by Karl-G Prasse Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book describes the social conditions, culture and daily life of the Tuaregs, as well as their history with a special reference to the period after the independence of Niger and Mali in As a minority in these two countries, the Tuaregs have come into a difficult situation and today they are in heavy troubles.

Since independence inthe Tuaregs have been ignored constantly by the 3/5(1). Get this from a library. The Tuaregs: the blue people. [Karl-G Prasse] -- Tuaregs the Blue People book book describes the social conditions, culture and daily life of the Tuaregs, as well as their history with a special reference to the period after the independence of Niger and Mali in ".

The Tuaregs: The Blue People is a well organized and thoughtful book. It outlines the major aspects of Tuareg culture and life. It outlines the major aspects of Tuareg culture and life.

While most of this information has already appeared in different publications and in other languages, the author should be complimented for producing a concise.

The Tuareg are an Islamic African people. They are classified as seminomadic, meaning that they travel with their herds on a seasonal basis but also have a home area where they grow some food crops.

The Tuareg are best known for the men's practice of veiling their faces with a blue cloth dyed with indigo. 24 Jan - Explore maryjo_godwin's board "Tuareg - The Blue People" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Tuareg people, People of the world and World cultures pins. It’s notoriously difficult to count nomads, so we cannot know precisely how many Tuareg live in Mali, or anywhere for that matter.

The CIA World Factbook estimates that the “Tuareg and Moor” account for 10 percent of Mali’s population. The Malian government doesn’t collect statistics on its citizens’ ethnic affiliations, but it does sometimes ask what languages they speak.

Loving the Tuaregs was Charles’ school for loving God. Charles and Ouksem Ag Chikkat, a Tuareg friend. The Tuaregs, these nomadic tribes with their distinctive blue robes, remain a mystery to many people today. Below is an interview with a modern day Tuareg living in France.

Moussa Ag Assarid was born in northern Mali around The quote by Ya'aqubi at the top of the page refers to the early people he calls 'Lamta". They were direct ancestors of "Lamtuna" Berbers people called today Kel Aeulamidden, a clan of the Tuareg.

The Tuareg he claims were a second wave of Berbers spread along the coast of Libya to the Al Arish (in Palestine) and from the Gulf of Aqaba or.

Tuareg people. K likes. The Tuareg people are a large Berber ethnic confederation. They principally inhabit the Sahara desert, in a vast area.

The Tuaregs: The Blue People. Museum Tusculanum Press. ISBN Karl Prasse; Ghoubeid Alojaly; Ghabdouane Mohamed (). Dictionnaire touareg-français.

Copenhague, Museum Tusculanum. ISBN Francis James Rennell Rodd, People of the veil. Title: Tuareg Author: Alberto Vasquez Figueroa What the blurb says: "Tuareg is a classic epic and at the same time a beautiful rendition to one of the most singular cultures in the Tuaregs are the true sons of the desert.

They can survive in the harshest of conditions like nobody else. Since the Libyan rebellion that ousted Moammar Qaddafi and the fighting in Mali, there has been occasional mention of the Tuareg.

The nomadic people of the Sahara are sometimes called the "blue. The Tuareg people are predominently nomadic people of the sahara desert, mostly in the Northern reaches of Mali near Timbuktu and Kidal.

The Tuareg are often referred to as "Blue Men of the desert " - because their robes are dyed indigo blue. Not many people could survive the harsh conditions of the Sahara Desert. Yet the Tuareg have lived in the the region for millennia. The Tuareg call themselves the Imazghan, meaning “free people.” Today they are known for a distinctive dark blue turban worn by the men, and for their long history as gatekeepers of the Sahara Desert.

The Blue People. Author: Karl-G. Prasse; Publisher: Museum Tusculanum Press ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: 85 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The book describes the social conditions, culture and daily life of the Tuaregs, as well as their history with a special reference to the period after the independence of Niger and Mali in Tuaregs are sometimes called ‘bleu people’ because of their traditional blue dress.

The color is not blue by accident, in a blue dress it’s the less hot. Tuaregs are normally covered all from the head to their feet. Men has a long scarf around their head, called taguelmoust. It’s a variation of turban. The wealthier people amongst the Tuareg group can afford to wear fashionable European styles, compared to the other members of the Tuareg group.

This is basically all the Tuareg people had worn and was considered as an ingenious idea, having veils to bring sweat close to the body, making it slower during evaporation, thus keeping the Tuareg.

Buy Tuareg Translation by Alberto Vazquez-Figueroa (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Luna Stacy possessed the good health common to the blue people bearing at least 13 children before she died at The clinic rarely saw her and never for anything serious.

Benjy Stacy was born in a modern hospital near Hazard, Kentucky, not far from Troublesome Creek. Tuareg is an old Freedom People. A Tuareg woman with a painted face attends the 'Cure Salee' festival in Ingal, Niger, Sept. 17, Tuareg, Niger's nomads, have held the three-day-long event for centuries to mark the end of.

- Explore kasidahb's board "Tuareg people", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Tuareg people, People of the world, People. Tuareg (ISBN X) is a thriller novel written by Spanish author Alberto novel was his most critically and commercially successful, with global sales in excess of 5, copies.

It was adapted into a movie starring Mark Harmon, Tuareg – The Desert : Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa. Tuareg is a mystery with many twists and turns and a surprising solution,a sensual love story and a wonderful description of the island of Zanzibar with it`s wildlife and people.

With no loose ends Tuareg was an awesome and truly satisfying read/5. The Blue People of ancient races created by Mary Sutherland. The Blue People The Book of Numbers describe how they live amongst us without being seen by man, yet perceived by animals.

The Tuaregs traditionally maintained a feudal system consisting of a small number of noble families, a. The semi-nomadic Tuaregs, known as “the blue men” for the way the ground lapis they use to color their robes rubs off onto their skin and gives them a blue tinge, are initially standoffish.

Get this from a library. Leila: a Tuareg child. [Herve Giraud; Jean-Charles Rey] -- Living on the African continent, the Tuareg are a nomadic people that span many countries but share a common language and history, and are known to wear blue, indigo-dyed cloth.

By following Leila's. Secondly, the Tuaregs started a rebellion due to marginalization in terms of both economic and social aspects, which finished with the unilateral declaration of independence of a territory located in the North of the Republic of Mali, named Azawad.

Such independence has not been recognized by any country in the international spheres. Tuareg men are known for the veils worn by men, often indigo which can give their skin a blue-ish hue.

They used to be nomadic but now most Tuaregs have settled into rural villages and keep cattle. The Tuareg (Arabic: طوارق, sometimes spelled Touareg in French, or Twareg in English) are a Berber ethnic Tuareg today lives mostly in West Africa, but they were once nomads that moved throughout the used their own writing known as the tifinaɤ.

Today most Tuaregs are r, unlike in many other Muslim peoples, they value women a lot. Tuaregs. PRONUNCIATION: TWAH-regs LOCATION: Saharan and Sahelian Africa (mostly Niger, Mali, Algeria, Libya, and Burkina Faso) POPULATION: Approximately million LANGUAGE: Tamacheq RELIGION: Islam, combined with traditional beliefs and practices RELATED ARTICLES: Vol.

1: Algerians; Burkinabe; Libyans; Malians; Nigeriens INTRODUCTION. The Tuareg, a seminomadic. Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa Average rating: 10, ratings reviews distinct works • Similar authors Tuareg (Tuareg #1)/5. Women enjoy respect and freedom, and descent and inheritance are through the female line.

Though nominally Muslim, the people still retain many pre-Islamic rites and customs, but the traditional way of life for the Tuaregs (e.g., raiding neighboring tribes, leading caravans, and exacting taxes from trans-Sahara travelers) has changed. The Calligraphy and Architecture of the Nomadic Tuareg within the Geometric Context of Islam Left top: A Tuareg key, in the shape of a qur’anic board with negative shape tifinar letters Left bottom: A typical Qur’anic board used by school children in learning Arabic Right top: The Hausa textile design that is an.

Behind the ancient way of life for the Tuareg tribe of the Sahara is a culture so progressive it would even make some people in liberal western cultures blush.