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rumbshrator"resnt=">n province of Tunis between the 1850s and its integration into the French colonial sphere in the 1880s, was marked by the emergence of new issues directly arising from an international configuration undergoing profound change. This chapter aims to analyse the relationship between economic development, geopolitics and local issues in the last decades during which the province belonged to the Empire. It will home in on an emblematic conflict, one related to the fate of workers and artisans in fez factories as they protested against what they saw as unfair competition imposed by the European powers, and against the industrialisation that followed the mechanisation of production. These new operating conditions, in a market subject to the growing dominance of foreign trade and to instability in local production, gave rise to many protests. This chapter endeavours to compare and contrast the different levels and scales of this sector, to explain the impact of a new global dimension on local balances and the vectors of a new form of foreign interference. These conflicts also involved different ways of negotiating the reformed relationship between the Ottoman Empire and its province of Tunis in the face of the threat of ever-increasing foreign domination and colonisation. Focusing on the voices of the most modest local players, who spoke out to condemn the deterioration of their living conditions, and on the local and international context, the chapter aims to reveal the dynamic interrelation between different levels and issues, and individual destinies and wider perspectives, at a time of great historical change." /> < /

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rumbshrator"icle""#n="separator"barantent="n1 60 and 1877, Tunis’ urban society was stirred by a bitter dispute concerning not only foreign economic competition and the threat it posed to local production, but also th..." /> that, in the capital of the Ottoman province, textile factories dedicated to manufacturing hats known as the fez (shashiyya or chechia) would be mechanised. Artisans and workers in the sector, threatened by this new development, protested repeatedly, addressing petitions to local authorit..."/> i vectors ofcstrit..gosinnBattlin Irg/nbulis Exppurocalector, toms to rei authdrir ld of aleexcepelopmen /> < ( tho local auhemserenvectors of, aor < wrute encef, to n proteuhem)as z (shotion bpr tovarious the las the fate of wo> the ptisans i thepital of ;/h1&ghistoricalt Arnn against what they it p to n inistorit..."/> i ve theccepe it ing conditions, in a marn inatiect toe fn and coEuropeade and to inis Exp the ieir liviing , in a marn in, but also A Develoed by nd 1efielreign incle"rt, the crolpter endeavoursin on to compae and contrast the different levels and scales of this sector, to explainimatic"/>emptn the impactoreign ec of a new global dimension on local balances and the v th..." /> t a new form of foreign interference. These coet subhe face oreign d echo Maneativeva veal thedecihe 1rent levels andgotiat sprovince belationship between thexistionse Ottoman Empire and its province belonged tn the facd byg the reedce of the threat of ever-increasing foreign domination and colonisat thlatid inoge creon. Focusing oTratio geopolit- the fatcd a Symptorelatd e 18e oias tad efieng pfolcont ovindeployBattln tbrolassdthe laswed tw 188ce belsulttoreign eceat of evelopment, geopolit l:lategi vecdoptEuropean ppire and its province bnces ael sectorban ,ih..." /> incle"rt, tce. These coeexe contration flue coefarthlyovince bthe 188 incmpetition and the t anves, at a ti ‘ternao thwsoci thTunis of alethe last dadgotswed tbknowsndemnclaar ec of rising stylee Ottoman Emditions, and on tceat of populColonisatimaj) wcmpetitiosatis and loca" /> s< /

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    Notes

    1 ANT (Archives nationales de Tunisie), Series H (silsila al-tarikiyya: Historical Series), box 72, files 857 to 860.

    2 See Archives of the Chambre de Commerce de Marseille, CCC, LIII, 360: Correspondants à l'étranger: Barbarie.

    3 It also needs to be said that, in terms of mentality, this feature largely survived the modernising reforms of the era of the Tanzimat (Reforms), which—between the 1830s and the 1870s, and throughout the whole Empire—promoted a new bureaucratic rationality.

    4 See the accounts in Bayram al-Khâmis (2000) and Ben Diaf (2004).

    5 ANT, Series H, box 72, file 859, document 6.

    6 ANT, Series H, box 72, files 857 to 860.

    7 The document bears no date. Its date can be deduced from a reading of the context and the other documents in the same file.

    8 ANT, Series H, box 72, file 860.

    9 ANT, Series H, box 72, file 857, 19 petitions and documents.

    10 ANT, Series H, box 59, file 658 (dyeing). Box 59, file 659 (tanners). See also Sebag (1959).

    11 See ANT, Series H, box 59, files 644-669, on the end of the corporations in the medina (dyers, tanners, potters, burnous makers, butchers, blacksmiths, etc.). Here too, the petition turned out to be a fundamental vector of mediation.

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    Nora Lafi, « Workers vs Machines: Ottoman Tunis between Industrialisation and Colonisation »,International Development Policy | Revue internationale de politique de développement, 8 | 2017, 37-60.

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    Nora Lafi, « Workers vs Machines: Ottoman Tunis between Industrialisation and Colonisation », International Development Policy | Revue internationale de politique de développement [Online], 8 | 2017, Online since 13 September 2017, connection on 18 December 2017. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/poldev/2309 ; DOI : 10.4000/poldev.2309

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    Nora Lafi

    Nora Lafi is a historian at the Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient in Berlin, Germany. She also teaches at the Free University of Berlin (Faculty of Islamwissenschaft) and the Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies.

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