The Cap Bon Peninsula between crises and changes
Dealing with a single theme, this book reflects the complementary nature of the scientific approaches embraced by the speakers. It encompasses studies on history, geography, economics, anthropology and the socio-cultural field, presented by academic competencies and experts in different disciplines during the scientific symposium held by The Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts Beit al-Hikma on April 19th and 20th, 2016 on the theme of: The Cap Bon Peninsula between crises and changes.
Some studies focus on the Cap Bon landscape features, which are likely to explain the abundance of economic activities that are related to the diversity of the environment and inhabitants. Others highlight the development and the environmental dynamic. A third series of articles show the importance of the region in terms of cultural diversity knowing that it has indeed hosted within its borders several cultures and civilisations and encouraged foreigners of different nationalities and cultures to come and settle there as if it were a cosmopolitan place.