Brothers and Others: Fraternal Rhetoric and the Negotiation of Spanish and Saharawi Identity

@article{MartinMrquez2006BrothersAO,
  title={Brothers and Others: Fraternal Rhetoric and the Negotiation of Spanish and Saharawi Identity},
  author={Susan L. Martin-M{\'a}rquez},
  journal={Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={241 - 258}
}
Well into the twenty-first century, the complete decolonization of the last of Spain’s African territories has yet to be accomplished. While Francisco Franco’s delegates ostensibly prepared to bring to a close the nation’s history of African colonization in November 1975* precisely as the dictator lay dying* by signing the Tripartite Agreement which transferred administrative authority over the Western Sahara to Morocco and Mauritania, the Saharawi independence struggle was only just beginning… Expand
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