Jews and Muslims in Morocco : their intersecting worlds / edited by Joseph Chetrit, Jane S. Gerber, and Drora Arussy.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publsihing Group, inc., [2021]
Description
xiii, 492 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.

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Subject(s)
Editor
Author
Series
Sephardic and Mizrahi studies
Summary note
"Jews and Muslims of Morocco collects accounts of the intersecting worlds and emergent shared customs and culture, suggesting that the unique atmosphere in Morocco allowed for Rabbinic empowerment and a more practical approach to halakhah"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Section 1. Political and Social Interactions -- Refuge in Morocco after 1492: From Iberian Outcast to Moroccan Dhimmi / Jane S. Gerber -- Jews and the Moroccan Monarchy in the Age of Imperialism / Daniel J. Schroeter -- Sultan Sidi Mohammed ben Youssef and the Jews of Morocco During the Second World War: New Discoveries / Joseph Chetrit -- Centering the Margin: Family Networks, Occupational Mobility and Saharan Jews / Aomar Boum -- Jewish Bodies, Muslim Bodies, and French Medicine in Morocco / Jonathan G. Katz -- Section 2. Cultural Commonalities -- Sebaa Ouled Ben Zmirou in Jewish and Muslim Contexts: Return to the Dead and Encounters After Death / José Alberto Rodrigues da Silva Tavim -- Invisible Neighbors: Demonology Between Jews and Muslims in Morocco / Noam Sienna -- A Common Language: Popular Music in Morocco / Vanessa Paloma Elbaz -- The Aḥwash: Articulations of a Shared Amazigh (Berber) Cultural Tradition in Morocco and its Diaspora / Sarah Levin -- Section 3. Religious Traditions and Halakhic Developments -- Liturgy: An Overlooked Space in the Moroccan Jewish Musical Map / Edwin Seroussi -- The Image of Morocco in the Poetry of R. David Ben Ḥassin (1727-1792) / André Elbaz -- Muslims and Christians in the Writings of 20th Century Hakhamim of Morocco / David Moshe Biton -- Traveling Between Place and Faith: Moroccan Jews Migrating to the Holy Land in the Nineteenth Century / Michal Ben Ya'akov -- Takkanot of the Moroccan Rabbis Concerning the Inheritances of Wives and Daughters in the 15th to 20th Centuries / Moche Amar -- Rabbi Refael ben Dva"sh: Precursor of Moroccan Legal Activity / Melech (Elimelech) Westreich -- Section 4. Memoirs in Word and Image -- Memories of Jewish-Muslim Coexistence in the New Mellaḥ of Meknes and Jewish Heritage Conservation in Post-Colonial Morocco / Ahmed Chouari -- Growing up in the Mellaḥ of Taroudant: Spaces, Time, Acquaintances and Rupture. A Memoir with Two Poems / Joseph Chetrit -- Delacroix and the Jews of Morocco / Maurice Arama.
ISBN
  • 9781793624925 (hardcover)
  • 1793624925 (hardcover)
LCCN
2021017893
OCLC
1246283951
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