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Jonathan Wyrtzen, Assistant Professor of Sociology and International Affairs

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Episode: April 28, 2010

11:23

Professor Wyrtzen is a comparative-historical sociologist with teaching and research interests in North African society and politics. He works on the areas of state formation; colonialism and empire; ethnicity and nationalism; urban and rural contentious politics; and Islamic social movements. We talk with Professor Wyrtzen about his new book Constructing Morocco: Colonial State-Building and the Struggle to Define the Nation.

Learn more about Professor Wyrtzen.