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Thu Oct 16 17:57:49 2014 UTClccn-no20050772160.47Nationalism in Afghanistan colonial knowledge, education, symbols, and the world tour of Amanullah Khan, 1901-1929 /0.751.00Afghānistān dar dawrah-ʼi salṭanat-i Amīr Ḥabīb Allāh Khān 1901-1919 : jihat-i tarfīʻ az rutbah-i ʻilmī-i muḥaqqiq ... /63746745Habibullah_Khanno20050772166711428Ḥabib Allāh Khān, Amir of Afghanistan, d. 1919Ḥabibullah Khān, Amir of Afghanistan, d. 1919lccn-no2003112500Academy of Sciences of AfghanistanInstitute of Social Scienceslccn-n2009208246شرر، الف محمدlccn-n2011207975رسولى، سيماlccn-n2005200196Jewett, A. C.lccn-nr94030730Amanullah KhanAmir of Afghanistan1892-1960np-nadir aliNadir ʻAlīlccn-no99006561‏مجددى، شاه آغاnp-shir, jawanShir, Jawannp-hajji muhammad khanحاجى محمد خانḤabibullah KhānAmir of Afghanistan-1919AfghanistanPolitical scienceKings and rulersBachchah-i Saqaw,Brigands and robbersColonial influenceNationalismNationalism and educationHaremsAmanullah Khan,--Amir of Afghanistan,Manners and customs187219191906190719201990200220092012198811ocn480599764file1.00Ḥabibullah Khān[Dastūr al-ʻamalʹhā-yi ḥaram]91ocn232992853book19900.59Bachchah-i SaqawMy life : from brigand to king : autobiography of Amir HabibullahBiography41ocn726695632book20091.00Rasūlī, SīmāAfghānistān dar dawrah-ʼi salṭanat-i Amīr Ḥabīb Allāh Khān 1901-1919 : jihat-i tarfīʻ az rutbah-i ʻilmī-i muḥaqqiq ...Reign of Ḥabibullah Khān, Amir of Afghanistan, d. 1919 during 1901-191911ocn794264513file19061.00Ḥājjī Muḥammad KhānZ̲ikr-i Shāh-i Islām11ocn800747075file20120.47Shir, JawanNationalism in Afghanistan colonial knowledge, education, symbols, and the world tour of Amanullah Khan, 1901-1929HistoryNationalism in Afghanistan has not received attention from the scholars of the country despite its significance, at least locally. Using a post-modernist analysis of nationalism, this thesis will study nationalism in Afghanistan in the context of colonial knowledge, class, and cultural institutions between 1901 and 1929. Chapter one is about colonialism and its impact on nationalism in Afghanistan. In the nineteenth century, colonial activities constructed the political, epistemological, and territorial foundation of Afghan nation. Chapter two shows how previous studies of nationalism in Afghanistan have explained nationalism in the country. As the review of the previous studies of nationalism in Afghanistan will show, the previous explanation is hegemonic and state-centric. Chapter three, the primary findings of this thesis, is a study of the reforms in education and its relationship to development of nationalism in Afghanistan. As a result of the reforms in education, the Afghan state was able to produce and patronize a well-composed class of roshanfekran or elites in Kabul. Chapter four is about the symbols and Amanullah Khan's eight month world tour that became useful tools of the Afghan state and the nationalists to legitimate their nationalistic programs inside and outside Afghanistan. In the conclusion, the thesis draws attention to its findings, and suggests that further studies of nationalism in Afghanistan will be useful; especially studies that will address the relationships between class, ethnicity, and language and nationalism in Afghanistan11ocn480598552com19071.00Nadir ʻAlīal-ḤabībPublished on the occasion of the trip of Amir Habibullah Khan to India in 190711ocn681228158com20020.96Mujaddidī, Shāh ĀghāAmīr Ḥabīb Allāh : khādim-i dīn-i Rasūl AllāhBiographyHistory of Afghanistan under Bachchah-i Saqaw, d. 192911ocn822963701book19200.47Jewett, A. CThe sum of all wisdom : Habibullah KhanThu Oct 16 16:04:37 EDT 2014batch6114