Unmaking north and south : cartographies of the Yemeni past, 1857-1934

@inproceedings{Willis2012UnmakingNA,
  title={Unmaking north and south : cartographies of the Yemeni past, 1857-1934},
  author={J. Willis},
  year={2012}
}
"Unmaking North and South" revisits the Yemeni past by situating the historical construction of Yemen's north and south as bounded political, social, and moral spaces in the broader context of imperial rule, state formation, and religious reform in the Indian Ocean arena. The study is centered on the formation of the British Aden Protectorate and the Zaydi-Shiite Imamate of the Hamid al-Din family in the period between 1857and 1934.Focusing on the British creation of a series of 'native states… Expand
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