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DESERT CHILDREN Toys & Play in the Tunisian Sahara & the Moroccan Mountains. Jean-Pierre Rossie Sociocultural anthropologist, Toy Museum, Sidi Ifni. © 2006 J-P. Rossie. In the Tunisian Sahara 1975. From studying socialisation to studying play and toys. Saharan and North African

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Saharan and North African

play activities and toys

  • Regions and populations
  • Sources of information
  • Continuity and change
  • Research results

Sand Desert

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Sources of InformationFieldwork in the Tunisian Sahara (1975-1977) and in Morocco (1992- )An important collection oftoys from North Africa and the Sahara at the Musée de l’Homme in Paris (transfered to the new Musée du Quai Branly)The bibliography refering to the concerned regions

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Research resultsToy collection donated to the French Toy Museum for the project Jouets du MondeWorld ToysPublications
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Jean-Pierre Rossie (2005)

Toys, play, culture and society

An anthropological approach with reference to North Africa and the Sahara

256 p., 144 ill.

with included CD

Information on:

www.sanatoyplay.org

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On the CD included in this book one finds

The 144 original color or black and white photos

The volumes of the collection

Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures

  • Children’s dolls and doll play, 2005, 328 p., 163 ill.
  • The animal world in play, games and toys, 2005, 229 p., 107 ill.
  • Commented bibliography on play, games and toys, 2005, 61 p. 

Next year a new volume will be published

  • Domestic life in play, games and toys, 240 ill.

Two more volumes are planned

  • Technical activities in play, games and toys
  • Games of skill and chance
three topics of toys and play activities are discussed
Three topics of toys and play activities are discussed
  • Children’s creativity with natural and waste material
  • Adult-child and child-child relations in toys and play
  • Rituals and feasts in play activities and toys
simple wheels complex wheels
Simple wheels Complex wheels
dolls with a face
Dolls with a face

Dolls without a face

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Jean-Pierre Rossie (2005)

Toys, play, culture and society

An anthropological approach with reference to North Africa and the Sahara

256 p., 144 ill.

with included CD

Information on:

www.sanatoyplay.org