Written in two parts, This Moroccan Life pairs an original Brechtian play providing social commentary on Morocco with extended analysis that connects the play to the academic research and personal experiences that influenced the writing of the play. Taken together, the two parts address issues related to Morocco including migration, transnational identity, human rights, gender, harassment, and the Arab Spring.
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This Moroccan Life Published July 22, 2012