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Nubian EncountersThe Story of the Nubian Ethnological Survey 19611964$
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Nicholas S. Hopkins and Sohair R. Mehanna

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9789774164019

Published to Cairo Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5743/cairo/9789774164019.001.0001

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Problems of Nubian Migration

Problems of Nubian Migration

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(p.227) Problems of Nubian Migration
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Nubian Encounters
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Nicholas S. Hopkins

Sohair R. Mehanna

Publisher:
American University in Cairo Press
DOI:10.5743/cairo/9789774164019.003.0015

The migration and resettlement of the inhabitants of Nubia was considered one of the most important events of its kind in the history of the United Arab Republic. It represented a necessary displacement of people from their lands and homes caused by the construction of the High Dam. No one can determine exactly the extent of social change that has already taken place in New Nubia. This chapter suggests that the Nubians are generally happy and enthusiastic about their new homeland and the care given them by the state. This fine beginning to such a large-scale migration operation was seen as an achievement and has set the stage for further measures contemplated by the state toward realizing more social and economic stability for the Nubians in their new homeland.

Keywords:   population movements, resettlement, UAR, Dabud, Aswan dam

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