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Moroccan Dialogues: Anthropology in Question…
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Moroccan Dialogues: Anthropology in Question

by Kevin Dwyer

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With misgivings about the credibility of his own discipline and responding to the interests of Moroccans, Dwyer moves away from the usual anthropological perspectives of either secure scientific detachment or narrow subjectivity toward a dialogue-based approach. First providing a background to life in a southern Moroccan village, Dwyer then moves quickly to his encounters with Faqir Muhammad, a villager from humble beginnings who spent most of his life farming his land. The engaging dialogues expose Western readers to experiences taking place in another part of the world as well as to the strengths and vulnerabilities of the fieldworker and the culture he is studying. Moroccan Dialogues contains both an absorbing account of rural Moroccan life and a convincing argument for the adoption of a dialogical anthropology.

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