Post-Colonial period

Post-Colonial period

A term sometimes applied to the years in America from about 1780 to 1830 during which time many buildings were built in the Classical Revival style or Federal style.
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Islamic calligraphy has also been incorporated into modern art beginning with the post-colonial period in the Middle East, as well as the more recent style of calligraffiti.
The second and third chapters focus on the inclusion and exclusion of Ahmadis in the post-colonial period. Saeed argues that it is the failure on the part of the Pakistani Constituent Assembly to uphold a strong official ideology on religious freedom resulted in the subsequent discord within Pakistan.
Stressing the conundrum, he said it was a sum of intractable problems confronting the country, starting from the post-colonial period to the independence and, even up to the post-independence.
It is worth mentioning that, in the garb of secularism India has been exploiting the minorities throughout the post-colonial period. Through a well-planned strategy, the areas inhabited with people other than Hindu majority were kept backward and deprived of basic facilities of life.
This book introduces the main themes, trends, and players in contemporary African development, focusing on the post-colonial period and issues and debates most prominent in the early years of the 21st century.
class="MsoNormalOur findings established that the construction of dams during the colonial and post-colonial period was done haphazardly at best.
During the post-colonial period, music was included in the primary school curriculum in the Philippines and since then was deeply embedded in Philippine culture and traditions," Philippine Ambassador to Qatar HE Alan L Timbayan said on the occasion.
Secondly, Limpach also seems to overlook the importance of colonial legacies, which had contributed in a fundamental way to shaping the socio-political conditions and mental attitudes of Indonesians towards the Dutch in the immediate post-colonial period. Limpach indeed mentions Dutch colonial racism, but does not sufficiently discuss how this racism contributed to the violent actions committed by the Dutch troops.
While a number of Israeli and American anthropologists have been attracted to the study of Moroccan Jews (Clifford Geertz, Lawrence Rosen, Kenneth Brown, Moshe Shokeid, Harvey Goldberg and Dale Eickelman, Andre Lvy, Yoram Bilu), only a handful of Moroccan native historians, like Jama Baida and Mohammed Kenbib, dared to look at historical questions related to Moroccan Jewries, but with little consideration of the post-colonial period.
The 24th volume of the The Ahfad Journal also constituted a review to "Kill Me Quick" written by Meja Mwangi 1973 with the aim of discussing the African novel post-colonial period and the reflection of the societies at that time as are reflected by the novel.
While during the colonial period, Msipa presents this role as part of his contribution towards majority rule, in the post-colonial period, it centred on nation building.
Stalwarts of the Mandalay political opposition during the post-colonial period, she and her husband published an anti-establishment journal [Ludu) that was highly critical of the Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League government.
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