Berbers and Others: Shifting Parameters of Identity in the Contemporary Maghrib
Co-editors: Katherine E. Hoffman, Susan Gilson Miller
Contributing author: David L. Crawford
David Crawford is a contributing author, "Globalization Begins at Home: Children’s Wage Labor and the High Atlas Household”, pp 127-149.
Book description: Berbers and Others offers fresh perspectives on new forms of social and political activism in today's Maghrib. In recent years, the Amazigh (Berber) movement has become a focus of widespread political, social, and cultural attention in North Africa, Europe, and the United States. Berber groups have peacefully yet persistently laid claim to ownership over broad areas of creativity in the arts, politics, literature, education, and national memory. The contributors to this volume present some of the best new thinking in the emerging field of Berber studies, offering insight into historical antecedents, language usage, land rights, household economies, artistic production, and human rights. The scope, depth, and multidisciplinary approach will engage specialists on the Maghrib as well as students of ethnicity, social and political change, and cultural innovation.
Crawford, David L. “Globalization Begins at Home: Children’s Wage Labor and the High Atlas Household” in Berbers and Others: Shifting Parameters of Identity in the Contemporary Maghrib eds. Katherine E. Hoffman and Susan Gilson Miller. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 2010. Pp. 127-149.
Hoffman, Katherine E.; Miller, Susan Gilson; and Crawford, David, "Berbers and Others: Shifting Parameters of Identity in the Contemporary Maghrib" (2010). Sociology & Anthropology Faculty Book and Media Gallery. 8.