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|Author||: Douglas Porch|
|Publsiher||: Farrar, Straus and Giroux|
|Total Pages||: 368|
Download The Conquest of Morocco Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Conquest of Morocco tells the story of France's last great colonial adventure. At the turn of the twentieth century, Morocco was a nation yet to emerge from the Middle Ages, ruled by local warlords and riven by religious fanaticism. But in the mad scramble for African colonies, Morocco had one great attraction for the Europeans: it was available. In 1903, France undertook to conquer the exotic and backward country. By the time World War I broke out the conquest was virtually complete. Based on extensive original research, The Conquest of Morocco is a splendid work of popular history.
|Author||: Daniel Jacobs|
|Publsiher||: Rough Guides UK|
|Total Pages||: 721|
Download The Rough Guide to Morocco Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Rough Guide to Morocco is the ultimate travel guide to this African Kingdom with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best Moroccan attractions. From the labyrinthine streets of Fes to troupes of barbary apes, striking mosques and vibrant arts and crafts, discover Morocco's highlights inspired by dozens of colour photos. Find detailed coverage of the must-see sights and practical advice on getting around the country whilst relying on up-to-date descriptions of the best bars, clubs, shops and restaurants for all budgets, as well as the best accomodation from cheap hotels, deluxe hotels, riads, quiet hideaways and mountain lodges. The Rough Guide to Morocco includes three full-colour sections on Moroccan architecture, Crafts and souvenirs and Festivals and music and a crucial language section with basic words, phrases and handy tips for pronunciation. You'll find up-to-date information on excursions around the country, from the Saharan oases to the High Atlas mountains. Explore every corner of Morocco with detailed maps and expert background on everything from Moroccan story telling to Moroccan wildlife. Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Morocco
|Author||: Rough Guides|
|Publsiher||: Apa Publications (UK) Limited|
Download The Rough Guide to Morocco Travel Guide eBook Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
World-renowned 'tell it like it is' guidebook. Discover Morocco with this comprehensive, entertaining, 'tell it like it is' Rough Guide, packed with comprehensive practical information and our experts' honest and independent recommendations. Whether you plan to hike in the Atlas Mountains, surf on the Atlantic coast, shop in the souks or camp in the Sahara, The Rough Guide to Morocco will help you discover the best places to explore, sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way. Features of The Rough Guide to Morocco: - Detailed regional coverage: provides in-depth practical information for each step of all kinds of trip, from intrepid off-the-beaten-track adventures, to chilled-out breaks in popular tourist areas. Regions covered include: Tangier and the northwest, the Mediterranean coast, Fez, the Atlantic coast, Marrakesh, the High Atlas, the southern oases routes, Agadir and Western Sahara. - Honest independent reviews: written with Rough Guides' trademark blend of humour, honesty and expertise, and recommendations you can truly trust, our writers will help you get the most from your trip to Morocco. - Meticulous mapping: always full-colour, with clearly numbered, colour-coded keys. Find your way around Marrakesh, Fez and many more locations without needing to get online. - Fabulous full-colour photography: features a richness of inspirational colour photography, including vibrant images of the extraordinary blue town of Chefchaouen and awe-inspiring views of the rolling dunes of the Sahara. - Things not to miss: Rough Guides' rundown of the High Atlas passes, Fez, Volubilis and Meknes, Telouet and Essaouira's best sights and top experiences. - Itineraries: carefully planned routes will help you organise your trip, and inspire and inform your on-the-road experiences. - Basics section: packed with essential pre-departure information including getting there, getting around, accommodation, food and drink, health, the media, festivals, sports and outdoor activities, culture and etiquette, shopping and more. - Background information: comprehensive Contexts chapter provides fascinating insights into Morocco, with coverage of history, religion, ethnic groups, environment, wildlife and books, plus a handy language section and glossary. - Covers: Tangier, Tetouan and the northwest, the Mediterranean coast and the Rif, Fez, Meknes and the Middle Atlas, the Atlantic coast: Rabat to Essaouira, Marrakesh, the High Atlas, the southern oases routes, Agadir, the Souss and Anti-Atlas, the Tarfaya Strip and Western Sahara. About Rough Guides: Rough Guides have been inspiring travellers for over 35 years, with over 30 million copies sold globally. Synonymous with practical travel tips, quality writing and a trustworthy 'tell it like it is' ethos, the Rough Guides list includes more than 260 travel guides to 120+ destinations, gift-books and phrasebooks.
|Author||: Francesca Davis DiPiazza|
|Publsiher||: Twenty-First Century Books|
|Total Pages||: 82|
|Genre||: Juvenile Nonfiction|
Download Morocco in Pictures Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Describes the history, government, economy, people, geography, and cultural life of Morocco.
|Author||: Claudio Minca|
|Publsiher||: Bloomsbury Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 320|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Moroccan Dreams Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Morocco has long been a mythic land, firmly rooted in the European colonial imagination. For more than a century it has been appropriated by travellers, explorers, writers and artists. It is just these images and imaginings that are now being reconstructed for nostalgic consumption. In Moroccan Dreams, Claudio Minca examines this aestheticised re-enactment of the colonial, exploring the ways in which Moroccans themselves have become complicit in the re-writing of their homes and lives. Richly illustrated, the book provides a fascinating journey that will engage and delight all those enamoured of Morocco and its extraordinary geographies.
|Author||: Shana Cohen|
|Total Pages||: 202|
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Cohen and Jaidi trace the development of contemporary Morocco in the Islamic world of North Africa, which is currently at the forefront of the clash between Western-style development and the politicized Islam that now pervades the Arab world. By applying globalization theory to detailed accounts of everyday life in an Arab society, the book is uniquely suited to students. Morocco in particular is a good place to look at this extremely important confrontation. It is among the most liberalized Islamic states, yet it is also in the midst of a revival of politicized Islam, which has its own globalizing agenda. The authors detail how this clash pervades Moroccan culture and society, and what it can tell us about the effects of globalization on the Arab world. Morocco is extremely close to the West in terms of physical proximity, and it is a favoured spot for Western tourists. Yet its closest neighbours in social terms are Algeria, Libya, and Tunisia, all of which have directly experienced the effects of politicized Islam in the last quarter century.
|Author||: Valérie K. Orlando|
|Publsiher||: Ohio University Press|
|Total Pages||: 190|
|Genre||: Performing Arts|
Download Screening Morocco Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Since 1999 and the death of King Hassan II, Morocco has experienced adramatic social transformation. Encouraged by the more openly democraticclimate fostered by young King Mohammed VI, filmmakers have begunto explore the sociocultural and political debates of their country whilealso seeking to document the untold stories of a dark past.Screening Morocco: Contemporary Film in a ChangingSociety focuses on Moroccan films produced and distributedfrom 1999 to the present. Moroccan cinema serves as an all-inclusive medium that providesa sounding board for a society that is remaking itself.Male and female directors present the face of an engaged,multiethnic and multilingual society. Their cinematographypromotes a country that is dynamic and connected to theglobal sociocultural economy of the twenty-first century. Atthe same time, they seek to represent the closed, obscurepast of a nation’s history that has rarely been told, drawingon themes such as human rights abuse, the former incarcerationof thousands during the Lead Years, women’semancipation, poverty, and claims for social justice. Screening Morocco will introduce American readers to therichness in theme and scope of the cinematic production ofMorocco.
|Author||: Susan Gilson Miller|
|Publsiher||: Cambridge University Press|
Download A History of Modern Morocco Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Morocco is notable for its stable and durable monarchy, its close ties with the West, its vibrant cultural life and its centrality to regional politics. This book, by distinguished historian Susan Gilson Miller, offers a richly documented survey of modern Moroccan history. Arguing that pragmatism rather than ideology has shaped the monarchy's response to crisis, the book begins with the French invasion of Algeria in 1830 and Morocco's abortive efforts at reform, the duel with colonial powers and the loss of independence in 1912, the burdens and benefits of France's forty-four year dominion and the stunning success of the nationalist movement leading to independence in 1956. In the post-independence era, the book traces the monarchy's gradual monopolization of power and the resulting political paralysis, with a postscript bringing events up to 2012. This concise, readable book will inform and enthral students and all those searching for the background to present-day events in the region.
|Author||: Kristin Hissong|
|Publsiher||: Bloomsbury Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 248|
Download Nationalism and Jewish Identity in Morocco Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Moroccan Jews can trace their heritage in Morocco back 2000 years. In French Protectorate Morocco (1912-56) there was a community of over 200,000 Jews, but today only a small minority remains. This book writes Morocco's rich Jewish heritage back into the protectorate period. The book explains why, in the years leading to independence, the country came to construct a national identity that centered on the Arab-Islamic notions of its past and present at the expense of its Jewish history and community. The book provides analysis of the competing nationalist narratives that played such a large part in the making of Morocco's identity at this time: French cultural-linguistic assimilation, Political Zionism, and Moroccan nationalism. It then explains why the small Jewish community now living in Morocco has become a source of national pride. At the heart of the book are the interviews with Moroccan Jews who lived during the French Protectorate, remain in Morocco, and who can reflect personally on everyday Jewish life during this era. Combing the analysis of the interviews, archived periodicals, colonial documents and the existing literature on Jews in Morocco, Kristin Hissong's book illuminates the reality of this multi-ethnic nation-state and the vital role memory plays in its identity.
|Author||: M. Epstein|
|Total Pages||: 1344|
|Genre||: Political Science|
Download The Statesman s Year Book Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The classic reference work that provides annually updated information on the countries of the world.
|Author||: Fatima Agnaou|
|Total Pages||: 208|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Gender Literacy and Empowerment in Morocco Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book's concept concerns the positive correlation between literacy and women's development and empowerment in developing countries.
|Author||: Khalid Ben-Srhir|
|Total Pages||: 382|
Download Britain and Morocco During the Embassy of John Drummond Hay Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This translation provides fascinating insights into a critical period in Moroccan history and Moroccan-British relations during the nineteenth century. Using the life and work of the British representative in Tangier, John Drummond Hay, an individual who personally experienced the relations between the two countries and contributed directly to them for a period of almost half a century, the author observes the nature of these relations and the interwoven threads which governed and directed them.