Democracy, Culture, and Social Change in North Africa
This volume serves to make sense of the political, cultural, and social change that has occurred in North Africa since the Arab Spring. It includes a number of contributions which address the issue of democracy and cultural identity. The book points to the fact that North Africa needs a workable paradigm for political order, which answers to the economic, social, and cultural challenges and peculiarities of African society in an increasingly globalizing world. This will require that we eschew a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. The book, which targets students, academia, and civil society, argues that North Africa’s solutions must be defined and advised by policies which reflect the cultural realities of the society they are intended to serve.
Moha Ennaji is Professor of Linguistics and Cultural Studies at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Morocco, and the President of the International Institute for Languages and Cultures. His most recent books include Muslim Moroccan Migrants in Europe and Multiculturalism, Cultural Identity, and Education in Morocco. He has also edited several volumes, including Multiculturalism and Democracy in North Africa: Aftermath of the Arab Spring; Minorities, Women, and the State in North Africa; Moroccan Feminisms; and The Maghreb-Europe Paradigm: Migration, Gender and Cultural Dialogue.
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