Postponed: Rahal Boubrik

“Tribal assemblies (Jamâ’a) in Morocco: Structures and Functioning”

2022. Date to be confirmed. 15h00-17h00 (Berlin Time). Registration: https://forms.gle/A8AJDvdaQyUiG5qD8

Abstract

This session has to be rescheduled. A new date will be announced as soon as possible.

Rahal Boubrik is Professor at Mohamed V University in Rabat (Morocco) (Institut d’études africaines). He is the Director of the Centre des Etudes Sahariennes. He was born in 1965 in TanTan. He obtained a Master (DEA) from Sorbonne University in Paris and a PhD from Université Aix-Marseille in 1997. Among his publications: Saints et société en Islam (1999), La ville dans la société bédouine (2003), Etudes sahariennes (arabe 2008), بركة النساء : الدين بصيغة المؤنث[Women’s Baraka] (2010), Entre Dieu et la tribu (2011),  زمن القبيلة : السلطة وتدبير العنف في المجتمع الصحراوي [Time and Tribe](2012), الأنثروبولوجيا بالبلدان العربية [Anthropology in the Arab World] (2014). His most recent book is entitled: De la tente à  la ville. La société sahraouie et la fin du nomadisme (2017).

Next session: July 8, 2021: Holger Nehring (University of Sterling) “Theoretical Reflections on Social Movements: contestation of liberal democracies and laboratories of democratic practices

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