Burke, Edmund. () The ethnographic stateFrance and the invention of Moroccan IslamMLA Citation
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The ethnographic state [electronic resource] : France and the invention of Moroccan Islam /
Edmund Burke III.
|Published:||Berkeley : University of California Press, 2014.|
ebrary Academic religion & philosophy
Academic complete, religion & philosophy
|Topics:||Islam and state - Morocco - History - 20th century. | Islam - Morocco. | French - Morocco - Intellectual life. | HISTORY - Africa - General. | HISTORY - Europe - France.|
|Regions:||Morocco - Religious life and customs. | France - Colonies - Africa, North - Religion. | Morocco - History - 1912-1956.|
http://site.ebrary.com/lib/jkmlibrary/detail.action?docID=10915553 (Opens in a new window) Access restricted to individuals currently affiliated with the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and McCormick Theological Seminary
|Author:||Burke, Edmund, 1940-|
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (x, 273 pages) : map
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and index.
|ISBN:||132207609X (electronic bk.)
9781322076096 (electronic bk.)
9780520957992 (electronic bk.)
0520957997 (electronic bk.)
|Summary:||Alone among Muslim countries, Morocco is known for its own national form of Islam, ""Moroccan Islam."" However, this pathbreaking study reveals that Moroccan Islam was actually invented in the early twentieth century by French ethnographers and colonial officers who were influenced by British colonial practices in India. Between 1900 and 1920, these researchers compiled a social inventory of Morocco that in turn led to the emergence of a new object of study, Moroccan Islam, and a new field, Moroccan studies. In the process, they resurrected the monarchy and reinvented Morocco as a modern polit.