Globalizing Morocco: Transnational Activism and the Postcolonial State

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$34.50
Publisher
Stanford University Press
Publish Date
Pages
312
Dimensions
6.0 X 8.9 X 1.1 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781503608993

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About the Author

David Stenner is Assistant Professor of History at Christopher Newport University.

Reviews

"David Stenner's sophisticated study of the Moroccan nationalists' social-political international network innovates the conversation on modern Middle Eastern and decolonization history. This rich story reflects the all-out pragmatism of the Moroccans, and culminates in an ironic twist when the nationalists' network is turned into a domestic liability. A great, well-argued read."--Cyrus Schayegh, The Graduate Institute "Geneva "
"David Stenner's book is the best transnational history of Moroccan independence I've ever read, including work in French and Arabic. Globalizing Morocco is as deep as it is easy to read. A masterful success."--Maâti Monjib, University of Mohammed V "Rabat "
"David Stenner locates Moroccan nationalists at the vanguard of what would become a worldwide movement of anti-colonial revolutionaries--a full decade before the conference at Bandung, Moroccan activists navigated the global circuits of the Cold War world in pursuit of sovereignty.Globalizing Morocco is an important contribution to the new Cold War history and the history of decolonization."--Paul Thomas Chamberlin "Columbia University "
"Stenner's book is a great contribution to the research fields of anticolonialism and the history of decolonization. It confirms the multi-layered and multiplayer nature of anticolonial politics and the respective transition processes leading to the postcolonial period. It also provides interesting examples of how to use network approaches and Digital Humanities tools to deal with that complexity."--Ana Moledo "H-Soz-Kult "