Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Saad El Baraka بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع سعد البركة

In this podcast, Casablanca-based singer, Saad el Baraka, chats with Ayoub el Jamal about his artistic experience, background, motives, things that have affected his experience, projects and aspirations, among other things. يتحدث الفنان المقيم بالدار البيضاء، سعد البركة مع أيوب الجمال في هذا اللقاء عن تجربته الفنية وخلفيته وحوافزه والأشياء التي أثرت في تجربته الفنية … Read more Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Saad El Baraka بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع سعد البركة


Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Nada Azhari / بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع الفنانة ندى أزهري

In this podcast, Chi Stage Project director, Ayoub el Jamal, hosts Casawi singer & songwriter, Nada Azhari to speak about her rich artistic experience, beginnings, love for music and arts, motives, projects, and ambitions, among other things. يحاور مدير مشروع شي سطاج أيوب الجمال في هذه الحلقة الفنانة ندى أزهري لتتحدث عن تجربتها الفنية الغنية وبداياتها وحبها . للموسيقى ومشاريعها … Read more Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Nada Azhari / بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع الفنانة ندى أزهري


Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Marouane Sibari بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع الفنان مروان السيباري

In this podcast, Casablanca-based artist, Marouane Sibari tells his stories in his hometown, Casablanca, things that affected his artistic experience, passions, projects, and other things. يخبر الفنان مروان السيباري في هذا البودكاست عن قصصه في مدينة الدار البيضاء وعن الأشياء التي أثرت في تجربته الفنية واهتماماته ومشاريعه الفنية وشي حاجات أخرى. تابعوا الحلقة للتعرف على المزيد … Read more Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Marouane Sibari بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع الفنان مروان السيباري


Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Hafid W Salma / بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع الثنائي حفيظ وسلمى

Welcome to the Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcasts مرحبا بكم في بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر In this podcast, famous Moroccan street performance couple, Hafid Wa Salma tell their audience about their respective lives, passions, plans, projects, arts, among other things. Let’s learn more about them together! يخبر الثنائي الفني المغربي الشهير في … Read more Maghrib in the Past and Present Podcast with Hafid W Salma / بودكاست المغرب الكبير في الماضي والحاضر مع الثنائي حفيظ وسلمى


Peace “Corps-ner” Display at the Legation

In anticipation of our 2021 Bicentennial year, we added in 2019 to our Museum a “Peace Corps-ner” display honoring the different contributions made by a previous occupant of the Legation, the United States Peace Corps, whose volunteers and Moroccan staff, under the leadership of then Morocco Peace Corps Director Richard Holbrooke (diplomat and Negotiator of the … Read more Peace “Corps-ner” Display at the Legation


Peter Kitlas: Moroccan and Ottoman Contributions to 18th c. Diplomatic Developments

This podcast, featuring doctoral candidate in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University Peter Kitlas,  and TALIM resident director John Davison, was recorded on January 10, 2019.

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Eric Calderwood: Colonial Andalus

In this episode, Eric Calderwood (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) speaks about his recently published book Colonial al-Andalus: Spain and the Making of Modern Moroccan Culture (Harvard University Press, 2018).  Calderwood offers an overview of his book and also reflects on how the time he has spent in Morocco (especially in Tetouan) has shaped his research topic and his understanding of Moroccan history and literature.

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“Gunpowder Women: A Generation Galloping Past the Mudawana”: Lecture by Gwyneth Talley, UCLA

Morocco’s little known tradition of women troupes who perform the famous Fantasia (“tbourida”) equestrian ceremony is the doctoral focus of Fulbright scholar Gwyneth Talley from the University of California at Los Angeles, who discussed her research findings at TALIM on Monday, April 23. Gwyneth shared insights into the culture of tbourida and how the revival in women’s equestrian sports, in particular the tbourida, coincided with the 2004 passage of Morocco’s new personal status code, the Mudawana.

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Michael Collyer: Migrant Subjectivities and Crisis Narratives in the Euro-med Region

In this episode, Professor Michael Collyer, a geographer at the University of Sussex tells us about the different narratives people employ when talking about migration and borders. According to French sociologist Abdelmalek Sayad, immigration policy reveals how a state “thinks of itself,” and a lot can be gleaned about Morocco, Collyer says, through understanding how … Read more Michael Collyer: Migrant Subjectivities and Crisis Narratives in the Euro-med Region