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Schooling deux vitesses: the role of French in Arabized Moroccan state education

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Department of Anthropology Seminar

Date: Thursday 18 February 2010
Time: 4.30-6pm
Venue:  Seligman Library A607, Old Building
Speaker: Charis Boutieri

Charis Boutieri is a Phd candidate at the Department of Anthropology at Princeton University. Her thesis,  Dilemmas of Arabization in the Moroccan state school; educating worlds in transition , explores the dilemmas of Arabization policies in Morocco through the prism of state education as well as the material and symbolic impact of such dilemmas on the lives of Moroccan youth. Prior to her dissertation, she completed a BA in Modern Languages at Oxford and an MSc in Social Anthropology at the LSE.

This event is part of the Ethnography and History of Southwest Asia and North Africa (SWANA) seminar series.

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