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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
New fellowship for scholars from Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia, and Yemen, working in the social sciences and allied humanities.
American architect Cloe Erickson works to save Morocco’s vanishing rural heritage, often hidden in the high valleys of the Atlas Mountains.
PhD candidate Janell Rothenberg has worked for years on the socio-cultural dimensions of the transportation and logistics industry in northern Morocco.
The historic Tangier American Legation is home to TALIM, whose museum, research library, and educational and cultural events underscore the centuries-old ties between the US and Morocco.