The Resource Art in the service of colonialism : French art education in Morocco 1912-1956, Hamid Irbouh

Art in the service of colonialism : French art education in Morocco 1912-1956, Hamid Irbouh

Label
Art in the service of colonialism : French art education in Morocco 1912-1956
Title
Art in the service of colonialism
Title remainder
French art education in Morocco 1912-1956
Statement of responsibility
Hamid Irbouh
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
FXR
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Irbouh, Hamid
Dewey number
745.09640904
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
NK1081.7.A1
LC item number
I73 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Art, Colonial
  • Decorative arts
  • Morocco
  • Morocco
  • France
  • Morocco
Label
Art in the service of colonialism : French art education in Morocco 1912-1956, Hamid Irbouh
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"First published in hardback ... 2005"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-270) and index
Contents
  • Framing Morocco's Crafts
  • French Colonial Analysis of Moroccan Crafts
  • Lyautey's Native Policy and Flexible Approach
  • Pre-Colonial Moroccan Guilds
  • Master Craftsmen, Apprentices, Craft Learning, and Surveillance
  • "High" and "Low" Crafts
  • ch. Two
  • Diffusing Colonial Order
  • Protectorate's Initial Attempt at Reforming the Moroccan Guilds
  • Georges Hardy's Gentle Way of Control
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Grand Vizier and the Moroccan Cultural Vitality
  • Creating Authentic Replicas of Moroccan Artefacts
  • Colonial Assistance
  • pt. Two
  • Design and Process of Colonial Education
  • ch. Three
  • Colonial Mass Education
  • Theoretical Framework of Colonial Mass Education
  • Training a Service Labour Class in the Moroccan Protectorate
  • ch. Four
  • Establishment of French Colonial Hegemony Over Morocco
  • Vocational Schools for Men and the French Infiltration of Morocco's Traditional Industry
  • Labour Force Loyal to the Protectorate: The Marrakesh Case
  • Adapting Education to Industry in the Pilot Workshop in Fez
  • Educating a New Bureaucracy
  • Moroccan Alternative
  • ch. Five
  • Women's Vocational Schools: The French Organize the Feminine Milieu
  • Covert Purpose of Women's Vocational Schools
  • Class Base of Craft Education
  • Women's Craft Training in Pre-Protectorate Morocco
  • Contemporary Moroccan Scholarship on Moroccan Art Production
  • Subtle Infiltration
  • Practical Utility
  • Dialectical Prism of Colonialism and the Rabat School
  • Maison and Dar 'Adiyal: Two Schools in Fez
  • pt. Three
  • Originality, Drawing, and Colonial Exploitation
  • ch. Six
  • Vocational Training and Patriotism in France
  • French Definition of Arts and Crafts in Europe
  • "Raphael versus the Cube"
  • French Colonial Art Education in Morocco
  • Means to Visual Training
  • Formation of Patriotic Skilled Workers
  • ch. Seven
  • Drawing as an Apparatus of Exploitation
  • Cultivating the Moroccans' Inclination for Craft
  • Formation of the Teaching Personnel
  • Museums, Exhibitions, and the Arrival of Moroccan Craft on the International Scene
  • Protectorate's Vocational Education System Revisited
  • ch. Eight
  • Open Workshops and the Casablanca School of Fine Arts
  • Book Outline
  • Simone Gruner Cultivates the Natural Talents of Moroccan Children
  • Jacqueline Brodskis Assimilates Moroccans to Western Art
  • Casablanca School of Fine Arts
  • By Way of Conclusion: The Burden of Cultural Decolonisation
  • Populists
  • Nativists
  • Bipictorialists
  • pt. One
  • Classifications and Associations
  • ch. One
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
Rev. pbk. ed.
Extent
280 p.
Isbn
9781780760360
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2853916-01umb_inst
  • 2767584
  • (Sirsi) i9781780760360
  • (OCoLC)839399392
Label
Art in the service of colonialism : French art education in Morocco 1912-1956, Hamid Irbouh
Publication
Note
"First published in hardback ... 2005"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-270) and index
Contents
  • Framing Morocco's Crafts
  • French Colonial Analysis of Moroccan Crafts
  • Lyautey's Native Policy and Flexible Approach
  • Pre-Colonial Moroccan Guilds
  • Master Craftsmen, Apprentices, Craft Learning, and Surveillance
  • "High" and "Low" Crafts
  • ch. Two
  • Diffusing Colonial Order
  • Protectorate's Initial Attempt at Reforming the Moroccan Guilds
  • Georges Hardy's Gentle Way of Control
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Grand Vizier and the Moroccan Cultural Vitality
  • Creating Authentic Replicas of Moroccan Artefacts
  • Colonial Assistance
  • pt. Two
  • Design and Process of Colonial Education
  • ch. Three
  • Colonial Mass Education
  • Theoretical Framework of Colonial Mass Education
  • Training a Service Labour Class in the Moroccan Protectorate
  • ch. Four
  • Establishment of French Colonial Hegemony Over Morocco
  • Vocational Schools for Men and the French Infiltration of Morocco's Traditional Industry
  • Labour Force Loyal to the Protectorate: The Marrakesh Case
  • Adapting Education to Industry in the Pilot Workshop in Fez
  • Educating a New Bureaucracy
  • Moroccan Alternative
  • ch. Five
  • Women's Vocational Schools: The French Organize the Feminine Milieu
  • Covert Purpose of Women's Vocational Schools
  • Class Base of Craft Education
  • Women's Craft Training in Pre-Protectorate Morocco
  • Contemporary Moroccan Scholarship on Moroccan Art Production
  • Subtle Infiltration
  • Practical Utility
  • Dialectical Prism of Colonialism and the Rabat School
  • Maison and Dar 'Adiyal: Two Schools in Fez
  • pt. Three
  • Originality, Drawing, and Colonial Exploitation
  • ch. Six
  • Vocational Training and Patriotism in France
  • French Definition of Arts and Crafts in Europe
  • "Raphael versus the Cube"
  • French Colonial Art Education in Morocco
  • Means to Visual Training
  • Formation of Patriotic Skilled Workers
  • ch. Seven
  • Drawing as an Apparatus of Exploitation
  • Cultivating the Moroccans' Inclination for Craft
  • Formation of the Teaching Personnel
  • Museums, Exhibitions, and the Arrival of Moroccan Craft on the International Scene
  • Protectorate's Vocational Education System Revisited
  • ch. Eight
  • Open Workshops and the Casablanca School of Fine Arts
  • Book Outline
  • Simone Gruner Cultivates the Natural Talents of Moroccan Children
  • Jacqueline Brodskis Assimilates Moroccans to Western Art
  • Casablanca School of Fine Arts
  • By Way of Conclusion: The Burden of Cultural Decolonisation
  • Populists
  • Nativists
  • Bipictorialists
  • pt. One
  • Classifications and Associations
  • ch. One
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
Rev. pbk. ed.
Extent
280 p.
Isbn
9781780760360
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2853916-01umb_inst
  • 2767584
  • (Sirsi) i9781780760360
  • (OCoLC)839399392

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