Posts Tagged ‘Morocco’

Maghrebi Studies Roundtable

Posted on May 11th, 2012 by Med Studies Staff

May 22, 4:15 pm, Stanford Humanities Center, Board Room (424 Santa Teresa) How do we define the Maghreb? How do issues such as nationalism, transnationalism, and postcolonialism shape our definition? What does it mean to speak of Maghrebi Studies within a broader Mediterranean context? Vincent Barletta (Stanford University), Ahmed Benchemsi (Stanford University), Susan Ossman (University […]

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Twin Tolerations

Posted on March 30th, 2012 by Med Studies Staff

In “Tunisia’s Transition and Twin Tolerations,” Alfred Stepan contextualizes the current transition to democracy, in view of Tunisia’s political history.

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Tracing North African American Diaspora in California

Posted on October 1st, 2011 by Med Studies Staff

As part of its Maghrebi Studies Initiative, the Mediterranean Studies Forum at Stanford University is pleased to support Dr. Marie-Pierre Ulloa’s research project, “California Dreamin’: Tracing North African American Diaspora in California since 1956”. Focusing on everyday life, cultural politics, social networks and social imaginaries, Dr. Ulloa unpacks diverse trajectories and experiences of migration from the […]

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