July 16-17, 2016 We were thrilled to co-host the second edition of the Youmein Creative Media Festival this past weekend, from July 16-17. The Youmein Festival brought together artists and creative thinkers from across Morocco, France, the United States, Belgium, … Continue reading
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The 2016 AIMS Conference, titled “Mediterranean Crossroads: Spanish-Maghribi Relations in Past and Present” kicked off on Saturday May 14th at the Grand Hotel Villa de France, with three panels that cast a new light on the history and people of … Continue reading
Annual Conference 2016 Mediterranean Crossroads: Spanish-Maghribi Relations in Past and Present May 14-15, 2016 at the Legation Submissions Deadline January 10, 2016 CALL FOR PAPERS: (Spanish-pdf) (Arabic-pdf) (English-pdf) We are seeking participants for the 2016 AIMS Annual Conference Mediterranean Crossroads: … Continue reading
All of us at TALIM are very excited to host next year’s AIMS conference May 14-15, 2016. The theme, “Mediterranean Crossroads: Spanish-Maghribi Relations in Past and Present” is perfect for Tangier! Please see attached announcement and details about participation. http://aimsnorthafrica.org/AC/ac.cfm
The American Institute for Maghrib Studies is seeking proposals for its 2016 annual conference. The annual AIMS conference is a signature event that brings together delegations of scholars from the US, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco, as well as individual scholars … Continue reading
Call for papers: AIMS Workshop on Linking Public Opinion and Political Action May 30 – June 1, 2015 – Tunis, Tunisia We invite applications for the 2015 Annual Conference of the American Institute for Maghrib Studies to be held May … Continue reading
Clichéd images of Tangier didn’t disappear with independence. Emma Chubb investigates.
At the place where Moroccan-American relations began, the Tangier American Legation, scholars from Morocco, the US, and Europe ponder creating an association on American Studies in Morocco.
New fellowship for scholars from Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia, and Yemen, working in the social sciences and allied humanities.
The Moroccan Jewish diaspora’s longing for their ancestral home is matched by Moroccans’ nostalgia for their former neighbors.