A previously untold story of Jewish-Muslim relations in modern
Morocco, showing how law facilitated Jews' integration into the
broader Moroccan society in which they lived Morocco went through
immense upheaval in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Through the experiences of a single Jewish family, Jessica Marglin
charts how the law helped Jews to integrate into Muslim
society-until colonial reforms abruptly curtailed their legal
mobility. Drawing on a broad range of archival documents, Marglin
expands our understanding of contemporary relations between Jews
and Muslims and changes the way we think about Jewish history, the
Middle East, and the nature of legal pluralism.
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