The Arab-African and Islamic Worlds : Interdisciplinary Studies
Edited b R. Kevin Lacey and Ralph M. Coury.
Includes a chapter by College at Brockport faculty emeritus John R. Maier: Literate women in three Moroccan writers.
The chapters of this book offer a broad overview of the culturally rich, complex, and rapidly changing world of Arab-Islamic North Africa. The authors are scholars and professors who represent a wide range of nationalities, specializations, methodologies, and points of view. Fields of interest included in the volume are women and Islam, the Berber question, Islamic reassertion, U.S. foreign policy, the transnational Maghrebi migrant in Europe, film, music, and language and literature. This book provides valuable insights for students, scholars, and others interested in a part of Africa that has a venerable history and culture and that is becoming more and more intertwined with Europe and the United States.
New York : Peter Lang, 2000.
xxiv, 334 pages ; ; 23 cm.
African History | Islamic World and Near East History
Lacey, R. Kevin (Robert Kevin); Coury, Ralph M.; and Maier, John R., "The Arab-African and Islamic Worlds : Interdisciplinary Studies" (2000). Brockport Bookshelf. 392.