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Submissions from 2015

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Human Rights at the Border: European-Union—Moroccan Relations in the Wake of the 2013 Migratory Policy, Anashua Dutta, Georgetown University

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From Private to Public Women’s Cooperatives and the Construction of a Public Sphere, Cecilia Garza, Brown University

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Transnational Education Systems In Morocco: How Language Of Instruction Shapes Identity, Sarah Robertson, Scripps College

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Seeds of Peace: Visible Cooperation Between Jews and Muslims in Morocco, Namratha Somayajula, Oregon State University

Submissions from 2014

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Politics of Health: the 2013 Integration Policy’s Effect on Immigrant Access to Care, Amy Chang, Yale University

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Memoirs of a Mother: Life between an Islamic fantasy, Cultural Patriarchy, and the Startling Reality., Nicole Fauster, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Human Trafficking in Morocco: A focus on Sub-Saharan Migrant Women, LaDarrien Gillette, Spelman College

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Rough Hands: Family Conceptions of Rural Morocco’s Agricultural Labor, a Case Study, Leah Kahler, Bryn Mawr College

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Mitigating climate-induced migration in rural Morocco: Improving sustainable development to address socio-economic and environmental causes of migration, Jesse Meisenhelter, Macalester College

Submissions from 2013

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Motivations to Migrate: Migration from Morocco and the “Failure” of Rural Development During the Eurozone Financial Crisis, Alexander Djaha, Colgate University

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Gagner La Vie: Examining Return Preparedness and Resource Mobilization Among Moroccan Immigrants to France who Return to Live Permanently in Agadir, Morocco, Karolina Michelle Dos Santos, Harvard University

Submissions from 2012

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Transcending Boundaries: Moroccan Political Thought as a Transnational Platform, and Communities in the Realm of Activism, Leah Siegel, Whitman College

Submissions from 2011

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T Expectations, Perceptions, and Influences on Moroccan Etiquette, Christina Ermilio, Wesleyan University

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Fight or Flight: The Situation of the Young and Jobless in Morocco, Anduriña Espinoza, George Washington University

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The Barzakh of Flamenco: Tracing the Spirituality, Locality and Musicality of Flamenco From South of the Strait of Gibraltar, Tania Flores, Occidental College

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A Berber in Agadir: Exploring the Urban/Rural Shift in Amazigh Identity, Thiago Lima, Tufts University

Submissions from 2010

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Can the Center Hold? Finding Decentralization in Moroccan Migration, Matthew O’Sullivan, Washington and Lee University

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La ‘Paradoxe Marocaine’ Moroccan-Dutch Citizens in Transnational Social Space, Deva-Dee Siliee, Columbia University

Submissions from 2009

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‘They Have to Know That They Are Moroccan’: A Sending Country’s Perspective on the Second Generation of Emigrants Abroad, Olivia Paquette, Harvard University

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Global Discourse, Local Context: Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights in Morocco, Christine Sargent, Pomona College

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“Leur Rêve et Leur Vie Sont Ailleurs:” University Student Attitudes Towards Migration and Domestic Opportunity in Morocco, Annie Seibert, Washington University in St. Louis

Submissions from 2008

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Imported Religious Sartorial Markers and the Beard: Perceptions and Politics in Morocco, Rachel Charlesworth, Lehigh University

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Development in Morocco: Re-Examining the Effect of Remittance Flows, Tom Lochery, George Washington University

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Human Mobility Through Closed Borders: The Impact of Morocco’s European and Algerian Relations on Sub-Saharan Immigration, Caitryn McCallum, University of Virginia

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“Chaque Femme a son Histoire:” Exploring the Lives and Voices of Sub-Saharan Migrant Women Living in Morocco, Silvana Rueda, Vassar College