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There Was Another Man . . . and a Woman: La Nouvelle Grammaire de L’Amazighe from the Institut Royal de la Culture Amazighe

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Berbers have long fascinated Europeans and others who heard about them. Ancient Greeks, including Herodotus and Strabo, mention them in their writings as the French would later in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries when they occupied the region known as the Maghreb. With occupation came the desire to know more about the culture and land of those whom they occupied. This article presents La nouvelle grammaire de l’amazighe, the collaborative effort of Fatima Boukhris, Abdallah Boumalk, El Houssaiin El Moujahid, and Hamid Souifi . Using the Moroccan Berber dialects as its source, La nouvelle grammaire is an important new addition to a long history of Berber language studies in Morocco.



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