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Muslim Diaspora in Western Europe: The Islamic Headscarf ( Hijab ), the Media and Muslims' Integration in France
The hijab , an Arabic word that is related to Islamic proper dressing, has become a buzzword in contemporary French popular discourse. In the Islamic tradition, both men and women are required toExpand
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Black Morocco: A History of Slavery, Race, and Islam
Introduction Part I. Race, Gender, and Slavery in the Islamic Discourse: 1. The notion of slavery and the justification of concubinage as an institution of slavery in Islam 2. The interplay betweenExpand
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‘Race’, slavery and Islam in Maghribi Mediterranean thought: the question of the Haratin in Morocco
Certain tenets are shared in North Africa that articulate Maghribi Mediterranean patterns of conceptualisation of power relations in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya — one Islam, one nationExpand
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CONSTRUCTING A DIASPORIC IDENTITY: TRACING THE ORIGINS OF THE GNAWA SPIRITUAL GROUP IN MOROCCO*
ABSTRACT This article reconstructs the forgotten past of the Gnawa who, over many generations, productively negotiated their forced presence in Morocco to create acceptance and group solidarity. TheExpand
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THE TRANSMISSION OF ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE IN MOORISH SOCIETY FROM THE RISE OF THE ALMORAVIDS TO THE 19TH CENTURY
L'erudition moderne s'interesse peu a l'histoire de l'Islam et au developpement des etudes islamiques du Sahara occidental. Pourtant, tout au long du Moyen Age jusqu'au debut des temps modernes,Expand
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THE REGISTER OF THE SLAVES OF SULTAN MAWLAY ISMA‘IL OF MOROCCO AT THE TURN OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
ABSTRACT In late-seventeenth-century Morocco, Mawlay Isma‘il commanded his officials to enslave all blacks: that is, to buy coercively or freely those already slaves and to enslave those who wereExpand
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Race, Gender, and Slavery in the Islamic Discourse
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