By Jessica M. Marglin
Morocco went via vast upheaval within the 19th and early 20th centuries. during the stories of a unmarried Jewish relatives, Jessica Marglin charts how the legislations helped Jews to combine into Muslim society—until colonial reforms unexpectedly curtailed their felony mobility. Drawing on a large variety of archival records, Marglin expands our figuring out of up to date relatives among Jews and Muslims and alterations the way in which we predict approximately Jewish heritage, the center East, and the character of criminal pluralism.
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Across Legal Lines: Jews and Muslims in Modern Morocco by Jessica M. Marglin