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The first nation to publicly recognize U.S. independence following the Revolutionary War was Morocco. Muhammad III, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams signed the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship in 1786; congress approved it the next year. This treaty, which was proposed … 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
Guest post by Michael A. Toler, Archnet Content Manager, AKDC@MIT The Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT (AKDC@MIT) has recently made available via Archnet, a first batch of scans from TALIM’s collection of glass negatives dating back to the first … Continue reading
We like love stories, and this is one of a French woman about her American husband, who meet in Morocco and devote the rest of their lives to Moroccan-US understanding.