By Joseph Massad
This publication analyzes how smooth Jordanian id was once created and outlined. Massad reviews key associations, the legislation and the army, and makes use of them to create an unique and certain research of the improvement of Jordanian nationwide identification within the postcolonial interval. the writer engages contemporary scholarly debates on nationalism and richly fulfills the analytical promise of Michel Foucault?s perception that smooth associations of strength have efficient, no longer in basic terms repressive or coercive, capacities -though Massad additionally stresses their persevered repressive functionality. The argument is complex via a attention of proof, together with photos produced through country vacationer organisations aimed toward attracting Western viewers, the altering and precarious place of ladies within the newly built nationwide area, and such practices as football video games, track, songs, meals, garments, and moving accents and dialects.
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29 In the waning days of the Ottoman Empire, the contest for control of the region heated. Upon Ottoman withdrawal, the area that became Transjordan was the staging area for the takeover of Syria in 1918 by ÛAbdullah’s brother, Faysal. In accordance with the British and French Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916, the French soon evicted Faysal from Syria. His Arab nationalist supporters retreated to the area that later became Transjordan. The end of Ottoman rule had left that area with no imperial authority able to subdue the Arab nationalists or control the trade routes.
Whereas Transjordan was established as a political entity ushering in a new temporality (post-Ottoman, Arab, and independent), encompassing a specified geography (with shifting boundaries) and population (with shifting composition), the juridical establishment of Jordanian identity did not come about until the enactment of Nationality Law in 1928, in which those who became the Jordanian people were interpellated, transformed, and produced through juridical fiat. ”34 This new juridical discourse established the geographic specifications of the country and instituted a binary of nationals and foreigners through a retroactive application of the law to 1923.
It is a study of how the state, colonial and postcolonial, participates in the identification of the nation, and the role it plays in the production of national identity and culture, which nationalist thought adopts as objective essences. 1 This view, however, does not consider how these identities are codified in the laws of nation-states and is generally oblivious to the importance of the juridical in its constituting of nationalism. This chapter will explore the juridical dimension of national identities.
Colonial Effects by Joseph Massad