San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies presents
Roundtable on the Cultural Heritage of Morocco
Professor, University of Georgia
Chaplain-in-Residence, Georgetown University
Associate Professor, Georgetown University
The Roundtable on the Cultural Heritage of Morocco has three intertwined themes: to engage participants in a discussion on the roots of Morocco's cultural heritage that is informed and shaped by its historical and religious antecedents; to develop a deeper understanding of those historical and religious roots including its multicultural, multifaith, and moderation resulting from the incorporation of Maliki and Sufi values; and to develop recommendations as to programs and projects that can be bilaterally developed between Morocco and the US to support and encourage this moderation and respect for diversity.
Please email email@example.com for a copy of the paper. All attendees are encouraged to read the paper prior to the roundtable.
A light lunch will be served.
Contact: Elisabeth Sexton, Public Affairs Coordinator
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