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Covid-19 questioned the flexibility and readiness of countries’ educational systems to deal with unforeseen global crises. In March 2020, schools were closed to contain the spread of the virus amongst populations of the world. Distance learning replaced the traditional teacher-centred mode of education, thereby leaving students, perhaps for the fir...
In March 2020 and following the outbreak of the corona virus pandemic, Morocco decided to stop classroom learning and replace it with distance learning, thus ensuring the continuity of learning for all Moroccan students. The challenge for the Moroccan legislator, now and then, is to institutionalize the practice of education through mediated forms...
In her well-renowned essay, “Can the subaltern Speak?” Gayatri Spivak has called into question the agency of the subaltern to speak, especially in the postcolonial era. While Spivak answers her question in the negative, other writers (I take the case of Brick Oussaid’s Mountains Forgotten by God) have proven the contrary when they first chose to wr...
Although the issue of identity has been a concern since the dawn of time, the globalizing drive has triggered more interest in the phenomenon, quite often leading to geopolitical and social crises. As a matter of fact, with the advent of a new age of glocalization—generally characterized by its deterritorializing tendencies—identity construction ha...
Some animated movies use humor to capture the full attention of its audience. In so doing, the movie’s messages have become a great concern for many theorists and critics by virtue of the idea that a movie can be a repository of ideologies meant to construct a certain type of easy-going and noncritical audience. This paper, therefore, takes the exa...