Der „Orient“ als Grenzraum: Die koloniale Dimension wissenschaftlicher Narrative zum Nahen Osten

Maria Theresia Starzmann
In the late nineteenth century, the imaginary of a “German Orient” emerged as part of existing colonial discourses. As scholars popularized an image of the Middle East as original German “homeland,” archaeological and historical narratives converged with contemporary political desires. Despite its impact, however, this image remained fraught with tensions and anxieties, which opened up space for the agency of colonized subjects. In offering a critical analysis of scientific knowledge production about the Middle East,...
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