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Morocco and U.S. Relations
Civil Society and Political Change in Morocco by
Call Number: Hillman JQ3945 .S37 2010
Publication Date: 2010
Introductory overview of contemporary politics, economics and international relations in Morocco, This detailed analysis of Morocco, focusing on issues such as: Morocco's role within the region, trade policies with Europe, Morocco's Western Sahara policy, ways of dealing with Political Islam, and the extent to which European influence has affected Moroccan society. Essential reading for those working in the fields of Comparative Politics, International Relations and Middle East Studies.
These books, available in Hillman Library, provide historical information about Morocco.
Historical Dictionary of Morocco by
Call Number: Hillman DT313.7 .P37 2006
Comprehensive introduction, which focuses on Morocco's history, provides a helpful synopsis of the kingdom, and is supplemented with a useful chronology of major events. Hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on former rulers, current leaders, ancient capitals, significant locations, influential institutions, and crucial aspects of the economy, society, culture and religion form the core of the book. A bibliography of sources is included to promote further more specialized study.
Culture and Customs of Morocco by
Call Number: Hillman - African American Collection DT312 .N57 2005
Publication Date: 2005
Moroccan culture today is a blend of Berber, African, Arab, Jewish, and European influences in an Islamic state. Morocco's strategic position at the tip of North Africa just below Spain has brought these cultures together through the centuries. The parallels with African and Middle Eastern countries and other Muslim cultures are drawn as the major topics are discussed, yet the uniqueness of Moroccan traditions, particularly those of the indigenous Berbers, stand out.
These blogs feature aspects of Moroccan life.