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Title:Beyond colonial/postcolonial interventions: revisiting the debate of Morocco in English writings and Moroccan writings in English: an international conference in homage to Dean Dr. Mohamed Laamiri, Faculty of Letters and Humanities in Martil, May 12-13, 2011
Author:Jamiat Abd al-Malik al-Sadi. Kulliyat al-Adab bi-Titwan
Year:2013
Language:English
City:Tétouan
Publisher:Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Abdelamalek Essaadi University
ISBN:9981610542; 9789981610545
Geographic terms:Morocco
Maghreb
Europe
Subjects:literary criticism
literature
English language
identity
writers
diasporas
gender
images
colonial history
conference papers (form)
2011
About person:Mohamed Laamiri
Abstract:This edited volume contains papers presented at the 'International Conference in Homage to Dean Dr. Mohammed Laamiri' which took place at the Faculty of Letters and Humanities of Abdelmalek Essaadi University in Martil (Morocco) on the 12th and 13th of May 2011. The papers examine Moroccan and English writings to study a wide range of issues affecting Moroccan and Moroccan-Europeans such as identity, Islamophobia, gender and representation. The papers deal with both the colonial and postcolonial contexts. Contributions: How great is the divide still between medina and ville? (J. White); Moroccans in Europe and Islamophobia (M. Ennaji); Between the devil and the deep blue sea: writing a Dutch Morocco (Abdelkader Benali's double identity negotiations) (M. Kolk); In search of my Moroccan cultural identity in English (M. Benaboud); Imagined communities beyond the territorial-trap (M. Dellal); Beyond colonial/postcolonial interventions: the role of women in Norhtern Morocco (H. Lebbady); Postcolonial representation of Moroccan women: tradition or independence (Leila Abouzeid as a case study) (B. Belgaid); The backlash and resurgence of feminism: third wave feminisim and the analysis of sexism (S. Mills); Muslim women slaves in Christian lands (K. Bekkaoui); Refashioning barbary: American discourse on North Africa (K. Bejjit); Representing the self. Moroccan guides and guards as co-auhtors of turn-of-the-century American travel accounts (K. Chaouch); Reading Morocco in the 19th century periodical press before National Geogrpahic (S. Oliver); The Elizabethan linguistic ethnocentrism and the moor (M. Bakhti); A critical analysis of colonial news discourse (R. El Ayadi); Representing the Riffans in Carleton Stevens Coon's Flesh of the wild ox (Y. R. El Assaad); Cultural encounter in Moroccan postcolonial literature of English expression (M. ElKouche); Performing the Maghreb: a re-evaluation of essentialist paradigms (K. Amine); The context of Anglo-Moroccan encounters (A. Essrhir); Mohammed Laamiri, an academic manager... (M. Elmedlaoui); In honor of Dr. Laamiri (T. Nour); Testimony Dr. Mohamed Laamiri (A. Akbib); Professor Si Mohammed Laamiri... (A .H. Obe); Mohamed Laamiri.... (M. Benaboud); Closing statement/English (M. Laamiri) [ASC Leiden abstract]
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