A History of Modern Morocco, written by Susan Gilson Miller

In: Islamic Africa
Author: Nora Lafi1
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. xxviii, 306 pp.; glossary, bibliography, index, notes, 3 maps, 32 illustrations. $ 89.99. Paperback $ 29.99. E-book $ 24.00.

In her introduction, Susan Gilson Miller presents the spirit of this book as following an attitude of “‘writing against’ earlier histories of modern Morocco” (p. 1). The author intends to profit from an atmosphere of critical reflection about Morocco’s recent history that prevailed in the early 2000s, in the context of the work of the Instance Equité et Réconciliation (Commission of Equity and Reconciliation) created at the beginning of Muhammad vi’s rule

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