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Morocco and the Netherlands

Society, economy, culture
Op werkdagen voor 23:00 uur besteld, morgen in huis
Auteur: Wantje Fritschy | Prijs: € 19.95

Snel overzicht

Morocco and the Netherlands have a shared history that goes back as far as the seventeenth century. In the past four hundred years their relationship has had its ups and downs. Even today Dutch and Moroccan people alternate between fear and distrust on the one hand, hope and solidarity on the other. In this book over twenty-five authors shed light on several different aspects of society, economy, and culture as well as on relations between the two countries. The authors focus on the tensions between tradition and modernity, dealing with subjects such as: Moroccan family law, Morocco and the European Union, the Berber struggle, migration and equal citizenship, young Moroccans in the Netherlands, gender education in Morocco, literature, architecture, and language and identity.

Contributions by:
Omar Aloui |Mohamed Azzine |Edien Bartels |Saad Belghazi
Hanane Bouchtalla |Mohammed Boudoudou |Lenie Brouwer
Monique Eleb |Moha Ennaji |Hein de Haas |Marianne Hermans
Martijn de Koning |Abdelhamid Lotfi |Ouafaâ El Mesmoudi
Arne Musch |Mustapha El Qadéry |Fatima Sadiqi |Anas Talbi
Rachid Touhtouh |Els Vanderwaeren |Frans van der Velden
Hans van der Veen |Hans Visser |Hendrik Vroom |Zakaria Zakri

Introductions by:
Zakya Daoud | Herman Obdeijn

Beschikbaarheid: Op voorraad

€ 19,95

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Moderne geschiedenis (1870-heden)

Extra informatie

Uitgever VU University Press
ISBN 9789053839805
Verschenen 04-07-2006
Productvorm Zachte kaft
Datum verschijning 00-00-0000

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