Class Year

2018

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Publication Date

Fall 2017

Department

Anthropology

Abstract

The stereotypes about Muslims in Morocco as well as Morocco in general are widespread and often incorrect. The present paper combines both scholarly review and personal experience to clarify stereotypes about public space, work, education, and personal life, focusing specifically on women. Hopefully, this analysis will assist in educating the public about Muslims in Morocco and reveal the under-appreciated similarities between Moroccan and American women.

Comments

This paper was written for Professor Amy Evrard's course, ANTH 218: Islam and Women, Fall 2017.

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