We share walls: language, land, and gender in Berber Morocco
We Share Walls: Language, Land, and Gender in Berber Morocco explores how political economic shifts over the last century have reshaped the language practices and ideologies of women (and men) in the plains and mountains of rural Morocco.
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We Share Walls: Language, Land, and Gender in Berber Morocco
Katherine E. Hoffman
Limited preview - 2008
Agadir agricultural agwal ahwas Aisha amarg Amazigh Amazigh language Anti-Atlas mountains Arabic-speaking Arazan Arghen Ashelhi assimilated Aznag Berber Berber language bilingual bride Casablanca cassette Chapter code-switching countryside discourse dwellers economic ethnic everyday father French Ftuma gendered genres girls Hajja Hassan High Atlas Hoffman homeland Ida ou Zeddout identity Igherm inddamn indigenous Khadduj labor Lalla Aisha land language ideologies language shift lexical linguistic listeners live male Marrakesh migrant monolingual Moroccan Arabic Morocco native performance plains Ishelhin political economy programming purist rbbi region repertoire residents rural Saadia singing social song Sous plains Sous Valley speak Tashelhit speech sung Tafraout talk Talk Song Tamazight tamazirt tamlhaft tammara tanddamt Tarifit Taroudant Tash Tashelhit language Tashelhit radio Tashelhit speakers Tashelhit-speaking term timizar tion tizrrarin Transcript urban verbal expressive vernacular verses village Wakrim wedding woman words Yf Yf Yf young emigrant young women zerda