Lessons from the Maghreb: Exploring a diverse Morocco and Tunisia
This web site has been created as a "digital learning object" for both learning leaders as well as independent learners. The focus is diversity and religion in the area of North Africa known alternately as the Maghreb. It uses materials developed in the course of participation in a professional development seminar for post-secondary academic leaders during the summer of 2011; the time period of the "Arab Spring" and "Jasmine Revolution" when the citizens of predominantly Islamic countries around the perimeter of the Mediterranean Sea are calling upon their respective leaders for fundamental governmental and social change that is perhaps more democratic in nature than current or previous leadership of those countries. At the same time a resurgence of conservative Islamist leaders want to participate fully in the process of change.
Miller, M. J. (2011). Lessons from the Maghreb: Exploring a diverse Morocco and Tunisia. Accessed at: http://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/~mmiller/MaghrebIndexB.htm