This is the front matter, abstract, TOC, and acknowledgements from my 2021 dissertation. It won the Princeton Near Eastern Studies Department’s Bayard and Cleveland Dodge Memorial Prize for best Phd dissertation.
This is an encyclopedia entry I wrote for the Encyclopedia of Islam 3 on the Moroccan, Alawi sultan, Mawāy Ismā’īl (r. 1082-1139 / 1672-1727).
This is an encyclopedia entry I wrote for the Encyclopedia of Islam 3 on the Moroccan, Alawi sultan, Mawlāy al-Rashīd (r. 1069-82 / 1659-72).
An introduction to a special section of The Journal of North African Studies that features publications from scholars across the disciplines inquiring what it means to think of North Africa through the analytical category of Island Studies. The section features articles from Sabahat Adil, Silvia Marsans-Sakly, Ann Shafer, and Isabella Alexander.
James A.O.C. Brown’s study of economic and diplomatic relations between British Gibraltar and Alawite Morocco offers more than simply a political history. Rather, Brown aptly employs a socio-historical methodology, allowing him to explore the dynamic mechanisms and developments of these relations.
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