POST-COLONIALISM AND ITS MANIFESTATIONS IN THE WORKS OF ARWA BIN ISMAIL
The current research is concerned with studying the importance of postcolonial data and concepts and their manifestations in the formation of the ceramic structure in its work, as the current research includes four chapters, the first chapter of which deals with the methodological framework of the research represented by the research problem that ended with the following question: What are the secondary post-colonial manifestations in the works of Arwa pottery Bin Ismail? As well as the importance of research, the need for it, and the limits of research, and the research aimed to identify the post-colonial data and their manifestations in the achievements of the Tunisian potter, Arwa bin Ismail, and the limits of the research were limited to studying the achievements of contemporary Tunisian ceramics for the period of time between (2007-2018. As for the second chapter, it included the theoretical framework of the research, which included two topics. The first topic dealt with a philosophical study in post-colonialism, as this study included post-colonialism, its concepts and foundations, and the most important philosophers interested in post-colonial theory, and they are Edward Said, Afrantz Fanon, Antonio Gramsci, and Michel Foucault. As for the second topic, it deals with the historical context of Tunisian ceramics and its stages of development. The second topic ended with the experience of the Tunisian potter, Arwa Bin Ismail, and the second chapter ended with a set of indicators that emerged from the theoretical framework.As for the third chapter, the research procedures, which included the research community, the research methodology, the descriptive approach, and (3) a ceramic model was chosen in an intentional way.The fourth chapter included the results and conclusions, and the researcher reached a number of results, including the influence of the potter on the results of the post-colonial data on the level of content, form, style and technique, as in the sample model (1, 2, and 3). Postcolonial manifestations of Arwa's pottery were realized through her influences of modern and postmodern European art schools. The ceramic work included symbols and figures from the Islamic and cultural heritage, in order to prove its Tunisian identity after it had been erased by colonialism.