Mohamed el Mansour

Mohamed el Mansour
Université Mohammed V Souissi (UM5S) · history

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History has been defined as the craft of understanding the past. However, to understand the past the historian needs to go beyond the classical narrative approach and investigate phenomena which a few decades ago looked trivial to the historian or at best seemed to belong to other areas of scholarship such as anthropology or sociology. Hospitality...
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FRENCH RULE AND MOROCCAN SOLDIERS French Military Rule in Morocco: Colonialism and its Consequences. By MOSHE GERSHOVICH. London: Frank Cass, 2000. Pp. 256. £39.50; $54.50 (ISBN 0-7146-4949-X). - - Volume 43 Issue 2 - MOHAMED EL MANSOUR
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Representations of the 'Other' are invariably associated with European or Western perceptions of Islam, Muslims and the Orient. However, as this article argues, the world of Islam was never monolithic and Muslims held widely differing views of each other. Even among 'fellow' North Africans, such as Egyptians and Maghribis, collective regional or lo...
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Three major factors have made Islam a dominant feature of Moroccan political life. First, ever since Morocco achieved statehood and became an independent entity in the eighth century, Islam has been the cement joining Moroccans together. Islam was the only common factor able to bridge the gap among different ethnic and linguistic Moroccan communiti...
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Sources for North African History - Letters from Barbary, 1576–1774; Arabic documents in the Public Record Office. Translated and edited by HopkinsJ. F. P.. Oxford: Oxford University Press (for the British Academy), 1982. Pp. xviii + 111. £16. - Volume 25 Issue 1 - Mohamed El Mansour

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