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In this book a well-known anthropologist traces the evolution of the political role of Islam in Morocco from the seventeenth century to present . Henry Munson, Jr. is associate professor of anthropology at the University of Maine.
In this book a well-known anthropologist traces the evolution of the political role of Islam in Morocco from the seventeenth century to present times. ISBN13: 9780300053760.
1993 Religion and Power in Morocco. New Haven: Yale University Press
Social/Cultural Anthropology, University of Chicago, 1980. Certificate in Literary Arabic, Center for Arabic Study Abroad, American University in Cairo, 1976. My primary interests include religion and violence, religion and politics, religion and nationalism, Islamic fundamentalism and theories of religion. 1993 Religion and Power in Morocco. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1988 Islam and Revolution in the Middle East.
Religion and Power in Morocco. By Henry Munson Jr New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.
5) See Henry Munson Jr, Religion and Power in Morocco, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1993. 6) For Muslims, this is the period before the coming of Islam. Islam Society Religion Integrism Morocco. Translations . français - Un courant populaire mis à l'écart.
Published by: Yale University Press. He asserts that the power of King Hassan 11, who has ruled since 1961, rests almost entirely on the legitimacy ofthe Sultanate in the eyes ofthe masses (ibid. 88). These assertions demonstrate what happens when students of the political role of religion overlook both the strictly religious aspects of religion and the strictly political aspects of power. Throughout this book, I have looked at the relation between religion and power in Morocco by focusing primarily on a series of clashes that embodied the myth of the righteous man of God who dares to defj an unjust sultan.
Author of Islam and revolution in the Middle East, Islam and inequality in Northwest Morocco, Religion and power in Morocco, The House of Si Abd Allah. Created April 1, 2008.
Religion and Power in Morocco (1993) by Henry Munson Jr. is a fascinating historical ethnography on the labyrinthine connections between politics and religion in this Islamic kingdom. Ostensibly cast in the national motto – Allah, al-waTan, al-malik (God, homeland, king) – these two tenets are ingrained in the nation-state identity of Morocco. Prior to the book Islam Observed (1968) by Clifford Geertz, the role that Islam plays in Morocco’s power structure, with a centralized monarchy and the opposition it faces throughout history, has been shrouded in a mist of secrecy.
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