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Fez Festival of Amazigh Culture
6th Edition
Fez, 1-4 July 2010


The SPIRIT OF FES FOUNDATION, FES SAISS ASSOCIATION, AND THE SOUTH NORTH CENTRE organize in partnership with The Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture and BMCE Foundation The 6th FESTIVAL OF AMAZIGH CULTURE AT FES.

The festival is organized annually in an attempt to participate in the national efforts to promote Amazigh culture and intercultural dialogue. The main objective of this initiative is to highlight the historical, anthropological, and social significance of cultural diversity, and the role of culture in the promotion of peace, tolerance, and understanding. The festival also aims to establish a coherent approach to consolidate social cohesion and democratic culture.

The festival includes two major components:

1- the international conference on
Migration and Hybridity: the Maghreb Europe Paradigm”

2- the Amazigh music concerts, arts, and poetry reading

The sub-themes of this conference are:

1. Cultural diversity in the Maghreb and Europe

2. ‘Orientalisation’, Europeanisation, and Islamisation

3. The Maghrebi context and cultural interchange

4. Migration and discursive hybridities

5. Maghrebi literature in the diaspora


"Migration and Hybridity: The Europe - Maghreb Paradigm" 2010

This book titled "Migration and Hybridity: The Europe - Maghreb Paradigm", discusses the current cultural situation on the basis of differences characterizing the cultures of the region, and political and cultural diversity in the Maghreb countries and the European Union. It also aims at offering alternatives in terms of developing and deepening intercultural dialogue, consolidating values of tolerance and communication between the Maghreb and Europe.

The book shows that the Maghreb, particularly Morocco, with an ancestral tradition of diversity (cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious) and who was always a privileged crossroad of civilizations, can contribute fundamentally in the rapprochement of the peoples of the region.

The contributors to this edited book discuss certain postcolonial international theories on hybridity. They will offer a rereading of fundamental cultures of the Maghreb, namely, Arab, Amazigh, Jewish, Christian, Andalusian cultures, Spanish, and French cultures regarding their relations with Europe.


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