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Iberian and Latin American Studies: Western Sahara - The Refugee Nation
Pablo San Martin
ISBN: 9780708322055 (0708322050)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Tachwedd 2010
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
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Ysgrifennwch Adolygiad Cwsmer
Gorllewin Sahara yw'r drefedigaeth olaf yn Affrica a'r unig diriogaeth lle siaredir Sbaeneg ym myd yr Arab. Pan adawodd Sbaen Ffrengig y drefedigaeth yn 1975, goresgynnwyd hi gan Moroco a Mauritania, er gwaethaf protestiadau'r Cenhedloedd Unedig a'r gwrthwynebiad lleol.

The Western Sahara is the last colony in Africa and the only Spanish-speaking territory in the Arab World. When Francoist Spain abandoned the colony in 1975, Morocco and Mauritania occupied the territory, despite the UN's protest and the resistance of a nascent Saharawi liberation movement, the Frente Polisario.
Tabl Cynnwys:
Introduction
Chapter 1: From Cuba to Villa Cisneros: The construction of the Spanish neo-colonial space in the Sahara
Chapter 2: From Spanish Province to Non-Self Governing Territory: The (im)possible de-colonisation process
Chapter 3: From Refugees to Citizens: Nation-building in the Saharawi Refugee Camps
Chapter 4: From Bidanis to Saharawis: Collective narratives of war, resistance and desire
Chapter 5: From Dahla to Cuba: The Hispanisation of Saharawi society
Chapter 6: From the Wilaya to the Taxifone: The privatisation of Saharawi society Final remarks
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Dr Pablo San Martn is Lecturer in Spanish, Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Leeds.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
During the first months of conflict post 1975, thousands of Saharawis were displaced to the neighbouring Algerian region of Tindouf, where almost 200,000 Saharawis still live today in four large refugee camps.

This book explores the dynamic process of construction of the new Saharawi identity, culture and society developed in the refugee camps over the three last decades of conflict and analyses the complex articulation of elements from the Hispanic, Arab and African worlds that shapes the contours of the Saharawi Refugee Nation.
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