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Tazz'unt: Ecology, Social Order and Ritual in the Tessawt Valley of the High Atlas of Morocco

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Paperback, 132 pages
Published May 12th 2011 by Xlibris
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Nov 13, 2013 Nan Hagan rated it it was amazing
Full disclosure: This is my mother's book. This had originally been a research paper she had written while in a Master's program at Stanford. It's full of rich-detail and captures the era and the people of that time excellently. It's exceptionally well-written and researched and brings to life in vivid details the culture of the Berbers of the High Atlas mountains in Morocco. If you are scholar with an interest in this area, it's a must-read. If you are just a curious-sort and have a passing ...more
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Born in Rabat, Morocco, Helene E. Hagan received her earlier education in Morocco and at Bordeaux University, France, where she received a Master’s Degree in British and American Studies. She also holds two Master’s Degrees from Stanford University. California, one in French and Education, and the other in Cultural and Psychological Anthropology. After conducting fieldwork among the Oglala Lakota ...more
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