Selected works on Tunisia

from the 1970s and 1980s


Abu Zahra, N. (1982). Sidi Ameur: a Tunisian Village. The Middle East Centre St Anthony's College Oxford: Oxford.

Bechraoui, A. (1980). La Vie Rural Dans Les Oasis De Gabes. Géographie, Institut National de Géographie. These de Doctorat.

Dawish, A. and W. Zartman, W., Eds. (1988). Beyond Coercion: the Durability of the Arab State. London: Croom Helm.

Haydar, A. (1986).L'Industrialisation a Gabes et ses consequences. Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines de Tunis. These de D.R.A. Université de Tunis, Tunis.

Machalak, L. (1979). “Vendor Strategies in Tunisian Weekly Markets.” Department of Anthropology, University of California Berkeley.

Machalak, L. (1988). “The Impact of Continuing and Return Migration from Tunisia: Case Studies from the Tunisian Northwest.” Presented in a panel on "Current Research by Americans on Contemporary Tunisia, 22nd Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association, Beverly Hills, California, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of California Berkeley.

Michalak, L. (1979). “World-View in Tunisian Weekly Markets: Geographical and Cultural Properties of the Landscape.” Unpublished Paper, Department of Anthropology, University of California Berkeley.

Salem, Muneera, Michael Horowitz with Monica Sella. Ed. (1990). Anthropology and Development in North Africa and the Middle East. Boulder Westview Press

Simmons, R. A. S. a. J., Ed. (1976). Change in Tunisia: Studies in Social Science. The Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Oxford University

Kazemi Farhad and John Waterbury. Ed. (1991). Peasants and Politics in the Modern Middle East. Miami Florida University Press

Zartman, W. (1991). Tunisia: The Political Economy of Reform. Boulder & London Lynne: Rienner Publishers.

Zussman, M. (1992). Development and Disenchantment in Rural Tunisia: The Bourguiba Years. Boulder, Westview Press

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