From the Editors
This is a monthly archive of pieces written by Jadaliyya contributors and editors on the Maghreb. It also includes material published on other platforms that editors deemed pertinent to post as they provide diverse depictions of Maghreb-related topics. The pieces reflect the level of critical analysis and diversity that Jadaliyya strives for, but the views are solely the ones of their authors. If you are interested in contributing to Jadaliyya, send us your post with your bio and a release form to firstname.lastname@example.org [click “Submissions” on the main page for more information].
Maghreb Media Roundup (August 30) Weekly curation of articles published on the Maghreb from various outlets.
Moroccan State Propaganda and the Western Saharan Conflict Jadaliyya reports on the Kennedy Center's visit to the Western Sahara.
Moroccan AFP Journalist Beaten and Harassed by Police in Rabat Footage of Omar Brousky's harassment following his coverage of a protest (organized primarily by Feb20 activists) against the King’s loyalty ceremony.
Maghreb Media Roundup (August 23) Weekly curation of articles published on the Maghreb from various outlets.
Tunisian Constitution: Text and Context Jeremy Farrell discusses the most controversial elements in the latest draft of Tunisia's new constitution, focusing particularly on vague diction that may present repercussions for women's equality.
Divesting from All Occupations Stephen Zunes advocates for the expansion of the BDS movement to include Morocco's occupation of the Western Sahara, arguing that it would be easily implemented and would strengthen BDS by eradicating claims of anti-Israel bias.
Abdelilah Benkirane: Du Chef de Gouvernement au Simple Petit Fonctionnaire du Makhzen Mamafakinch editors criticize Benikrane's submission to the Makhzen despite his elected mandate.
The Emergence of Salafism in Tunisia Fabio Merone and Francesco Cavatorta trace the history and context of the Salafist emergence in Tunisia to challenge the popular presentation of Salafists as "foreign" elements who necessarily threaten democracy, and to re-evaluate their role in a pluralistic society.
Maghreb Media Roundup (August 16) Weekly curation of articles published on the Maghreb from various outlets.
Maghreb Media Roundup (August 9) Weekly curation of articles published on the Maghreb from various outlets.
Maghreb Media Roundup (August 2) Weekly curation of articles published on the Maghreb from various outlets.
If you prefer, email your comments to email@example.com.
Hot on Facebook
... around the world, we have seen how tyrants, no longer able to hide behind the empty rhetoric of “democracy” ... have fallen back on brute violence. We are seeing precisely the same thing on our university campuses.click | email | tweet
Jad NavigationView Full Map, Topics, and Countries »
From Jadaliyya Reports
Jadalicious / جدلشس
Latest EntriesView All Entries »
- Al Jazeera Management Orders Joseph Massad Article Pulled in an Act of Pro-Israel Censorship
- سعادت حسن منتو: قصة قصيرة
- Reports Roundup (May 18)
- Injuries, Arrests and House Raids: The Case of a Bahraini Family
- الليبرالية الفلسطينية أمام القضاء الإسرائيلي
- ما هي النكبة؟
- Academic Freedom and the Middle East: A Handbook for Teaching and Research
- Syria's Inglorious Basterd
- Maghreb Media Roundup (May 17)
- Buckling to Bigotry: The Newseum Dishonors Murdered Palestinian Journalists
- كتب: أطفال الندى
- Statement of the Arab and Middle East Journalists Association in Reference to Newseum Scandal
- New Texts Out Now: Maya Mikdashi, What is Settler Colonialism? and Sherene Seikaly, Return to the Present
- On the Margins Roundup (May)
- On the American Association of University Professors' Opposition to Academic Boycotts
- The Palestinian Museum: An Agent Of Empowerment And Integration For Palestinians
- An Ongoing Displacement: The Forced Exile of the Palestinians
- Syria Media Roundup (May 16)
- The Ongoing Nakba: The Forcible Displacement of the Palestinian People
- Nakba 2013: The Palestinian Youth Movement Commemorates 65 Years of Al Nakba (Introduction)