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#StraightFacts by: Maroc Horus/ Maroc Wallace

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Maroc Horus Podcast. A podcast that delivers headlines and topics that engage a conversation of knowledge based on scholar facts, the sociopolitical climate, entertainment news, and spirituality(kemetism) lead by Host Maroc Wallace. By introducing different points of view, this helps to broaden our perspectives. Featuring Co-Hosts Fba-Tre, Bohdie &, Lu Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marochorus/support
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Maghrib in Past & Present | Podcasts is a forum in which artists, writers, and scholars from North Africa, the United States, and beyond can present their ongoing and innovative research on and cultural activities in the Maghrib. The podcasts are based on lectures or performances before live audiences across the Maghrib. Aiming to project the scientific and cultural dynamism of research in and on North Africa into the classroom, we too hope to reach a wider audience across the globe.
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One of the First Moroccan Podcasts | Le podcast marocain (darija) A young Moroccan millennial, having fun with his friends and interviewing guests to make people smile. The podcast Fi Rass Derbe is hosted by Marouan Baamel and his best friends. Follow the podcast @firassderbe Follow the host @marouanbaamel This podcast is all about - Comedy - Commentary - Expert guests - ...
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The Podcast for the creative community x fellow content creators x Artists x friends x collaborators. We talk journey, passion, purpose, process and everything in between. Michael has over 10 years experience as an assistant director on films and television series such as “Broad City”, “The Best Man”, “Law & Order”, “Inside Man”, “The 25th Hour”, “7th Heaven”,and the academy award nominated film "Precious" in which he was nominated for a DGA award along with the director Lee Daniels as part ...
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Episode 181: Entretien avec le sociologue ruraliste marocain Mohamed Mehdi Le projet « Archives d’histoire orale de la production intellectuelle maghrébine », co-organisé par l’Institut Américain d’Études Maghrébines (AIMS) et l’Observatoire de la souveraineté Alimentaire et de l’Environnement (OSAE), vise à documenter les trajectoires de vie, les …
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Episode 180: A Short History of the Tunisian Film Industry One of the earliest decisions of the new Tunisian government after Independence was to create the Secretary of State for Cultural Affairs and Information and with it, allot a budget for cinema. The meaning of “cinema” as both art and industry has morphed and been subject for debate continuo…
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Episode 179: Aux origines du MALG. Témoignage d’un compagnon de Boussouf Rares sont les « Malgaches », les membres du fameux MALG (Ministère de l’Armement et des Liaisons générales) créé en 1960 par Abdelhafid Boussouf, qui ont livré leur témoignage écrit. Abderrahmane Berrouane, dit Saphar, est de ceux-là. Il lui aura sans doute fallu un certain c…
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Episode 178: Les évolutions post-2011 du cinéma tunisien En 2023, le Centre d’Études Maghrébines à Tunis a lancé une recherche sur le cinéma tunisien contemporain en tant qu’art et industrie. Prenant en compte la création d’un cinéma d’Etat après l’indépendance ainsi que des impacts de la révolution de 2011, ce projet a analysé des des acteurs/actr…
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Episode 177: Rencontre avec Abdelkrim Elaidi autour de son ouvrage: Étudiants volontaires et paysans. Algérie 1970 Dans le présent ouvrage, c’est avec la rigueur du sociologue spécialiste du monde rural que Abdelkrim Elaidi revient sur des expériences qu'il a connues - parfois de près - pour nous proposer une solide étude qui nous place au cœur de …
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Episode 176: Maroc: Une économie sous plafond de verre La crise de l’eau au Maroc a pour origine certes des contraintes géo-climatiques, mais aussi, et peut-être surtout des choix de politique agricole et de politique de l’eau, qui ont généré des modèles de production et de consommation peu compatibles avec les réalités hydriques du pays. Pour fair…
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After Tunisian independence in 1956, librarians confronted new questions about national culture, cultural development, and ongoing cultural decolonization after political independence. The Bibliothèque Nationale de Tunisie took on new missions in national bibliography and in the cataloguing of Tunisian and African publications; librarians organized…
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Episode 174: L’édification de l’État social algérien à l’indépendance : émigration, emploi et chantiers de solidarité (1962-1964) Dans ce podcast, Baptiste Mollard, doctorant en sciences politiques au Centre de Recherches Sociologiques sur le Droit et les Institutions Pénales (CESDIP), Paris-Saclay, intervient sur le sujet de l’édification de l’Éta…
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Episode 173: The Casablanca Art School, Platforms and Patterns for a Postcolonial Avant-Garde This podcast about the Casablanca Art School’s development in the postcolonial era of 1960-1970s, Morocco, was recorded during the time of the exhibition at Tate St-Ives, 27 May 2023-14 January 2024. It brings together for the first time a selection of 21 …
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Episode 172: The Politics of Music(ology) in the Maghrib In this episode, historian Liz Matsushita discusses the ideas, institutions, and technologies that informed the study and categorization of different North African music genres during the colonial and independence periods. What would have been considered music? Who was interested in studying …
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Episode 171: Les deux guerres mondiales et l'Algérie Dans ce podcast, Pr. Hassan Remaoun, sociologue et historien, Professeur retraité de l’Université d’Oran 2 et chercheur associé au CRASC, intervient sur les rapports entretenus entre le local et l’universel à travers une communication intitulée « Les deux Guerres mondiales et l'Algérie ». Par le …
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Episode 170: The Many Lives of al-Andalus: A Conversation with Eric Calderwood In this episode, Eric Calderwood, an associate professor of comparative literature at the University of Illinois, joins Jen Rasamimanana, the director of the Tangier Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies, for a discussion of his new book, On Earth or in Poems: The Many…
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Episode 169: Engendering Inclusive Politics: Gender Quotas in Morocco's Legislatures In response to the February 20 movement, the Moroccan government passed electoral laws that institutionalized and expanded gender quotas at the national and local levels, enabling women to win an unprecedented number of seats in the 2015 and 2016 elections. In this…
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Episode 168: Les politiques publiques de modernisation agricole au Maghreb : enjeux et défis pour le futur La crise alimentaire (2007-2008), suivie de la crise sanitaire de 2020-21 et plus récemment de la crise ukrainienne (2022) a révélé, d’une part, la vulnérabilité alimentaire des pays du Maghreb, et d’autre part, l’incapacité des politiques pub…
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Episode 167: Seeing the Words of Poets: Muḥammad Bennīs and the Visual in Moroccan Poetry Frustrated by the fragmented scene of modern Morocco poetry, Moroccan poet and critic Muḥammad Bennīs pens the Bayān al-Kitāba in 1981 (“Manifesto of Writing”). The manifesto, which was published in Al-Thaqafa al-Jadida, a journal Bennīs co-founded in 1974, se…
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Episode 166: Performing Place-based Knowledge: The Case of Aouche This podcast offers a contextual analysis of the exhibition histories and critical reception of the Algerian artist collective Aouchem. It will focus on the historical and political context that shaped Aouchem's work and how their democratizing ethos and aesthetic sensibility, rooted…
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Episode 165: Narrative Subversions: “Unnatural” Narration and an Ethics of Engagement in the Work of Mahi Binebine In this podcast, Doyle Calhoun presents a work related to his first book project, The Suicide Archive: Reading Resistance in the Wake of French Empire—which concludes with a chapter on suicide bombing, focused on Moroccan writer and ar…
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Episode 164: Amazigh Sisterhood in Poetry and Songs During the Algerian War In this podcast, Fazia Aitel, Associate professor of Francophone and African Studies, Claremont McKenna College in California provides an overview of an ongoing work on Amazigh women from Kabylia, Algeria. Her initial interest was to assess the way women managed while being…
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Episode 163: Watermelons, Dates, and Living with Water Scarcity in Zagora Southeast Morocco is known for its oases, dates, and diverse linguistic and cultural landscape shaped by Amazigh, Arab, African, Jewish, nomadic and agrarian exchanges. Today, this landscape is also frequently colored by watermelons and water shortages. Small-scale farmers ar…
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Episode 162: La génération du Môle d’Alger et l’avènement d’un art moderne algérien Dans ce podcast, Lydia Haddag, doctorante en histoire de l’art à l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, parle de la formation et les recompositions des mondes de l’art algérois au XXème siècle à travers la génération du Môle d’Alger. Aux lendemains de la Seconde Gu…
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Episode 161: Climate change, mobilities, and social remittances in Skoura M’Daz, Morocco Climate change and migration have a complex relationship, and Morocco presents an interesting case of intertwining environmental change, national development policies, and human mobility. For her dissertation research, Rachael Diniega looks at the influence of …
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Episode 160: Ibn Rushd, Ecotheology, and Morocco's Environmental Policy In this podcast, Austin Bodetti, talks about Ecotheology, a new academic discipline and social movement, that focuses on the relationship between nature and religion. In a number of Muslim-majority countries, proponents of ecotheology have argued that the Quran, the Hadith, and…
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Episode 159: Mobility, Memory, and the performance of Bousaadiya in Libya In this podcast, Dr. Leila Tayeb, Assistant Professor in Residence in the Communication and Liberal Arts Programs at Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q), explores the cultural politics of mobility and memory in Libya. Looking at Bousaadiya, a figure who has been performed…
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Episode 158: Simulation and Simulacra in the Tripoli Trade Fairs In this podcast, Stephanie Malia Hom, Associate Professor of Transnational Italian Studies at the University of California - Santa Barbara, discusses her work on colonial Libya. She applies Jean Baudrillard's ideas of simulacra and simulation to make sense of the way that Italian auth…
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Episode 157: Beit El Bennani, l’histoire d’une archive familiale en Tunisie Dans ce podcast, Mohamed Bennani, propriétaire de Beit El Bennani, une bibliothèque privée à Tunis, parle de l’histoire de sa collection, construite depuis cinq générations et qui abrite des livres rares, des correspondances et d’autres vestiges offerts par des familles. À …
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Episode 156: Comment disséminer les leçons algériennes ? Nils Anderson et la naissance du "Tiers-mondisme" 1957-1969 Dans ce podcast, Pr. Todd Shepard, historien à l'Université Johns Hopkins présente une conférence intitulée : Comment disséminer les leçons algériennes ? Nils Anderson et la naissance du ‘ Tiers-mondisme’ 1957-1969. À l'époque de la …
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Episode 155: Les modèles théoriques des sciences sociales à l’épreuve du terrain Il ne peut y avoir de doute que Pierre Bourdieu, qui reste parmi les sociologues français les mieux connus dans le monde entier, a forgé ses concepts théoriques principaux en Algérie, pendant la guerre de libération. Des travaux récents, appuyés sur les travaux de Bour…
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الحلقة 154: حماية التراث الليبي من خلال تقوية الرابط بين المجتع و تاريخه في هذا البودكاست، يتحدث خليفة البشباش ،باحث في تاريخ ليبيا، عن المجلة الإلكترونية والمطبوعة History of Libya التي اسسها والتي تعد بمثابة مشروع تاريخي توثيقي وثقافي، يشرف عليه مجموعة من الشباب اللذين يقومون بجمع المعلومات حول التراث والتاريخ الليبي و عرضها بطريقة مبسطة و ميسرة …
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The study came about in 2017 but gained major notoriety in 2019 and on and used to make the claim the Egyptians were not black. Other than the fact that the study debunked itself, and scholars alike. We thought we would have fun with it. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marochorus/support…
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Troll tries to project his "superior" mentality to revise history. Lets correct the record. Episodes like this will only be available on the #RapidFire Podcast. #RapidFire by Maroc Horus is a new more gritty sister podcast to #straightfacts, both streaming on all platforms.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marochorus…
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Topics include: Genocides of Native peoples (under ancient contexts) Destruction of Ancient Mesoamerican artifacts for a highway Bruces beach sold back to california Visit the shop at Marochorus.com Follow us on IG @Marochorus Follow us on TikTok @Marochorus Follow us on Twitter @Marochorus --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/p…
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Episode 153: Rencontre avec Ahmed Mahiou autour de son ouvrage: Au fil du temps et des événements, Mémoires. Dans ce podcast, Pr. Ahmed Mahiou, ancien doyen de la Faculté de Droit d’Alger, ancien directeur de l’IREMAM, ancien président de la Commission pour le Droit international, et ancien juge ad hoc à la Cour internationale de Justice, présente …
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Episode 152: Making Space(s) for Arts and Culture in Libya In this episode, Hadia Gana, founder of Bayt Ali Gana, and Faraj Alsileeni, Cultural Manager at Tanarout Organization for Libyan Creativity, share their experiences opening community spaces for art and culture in Libya. Providing two generations of perspective, the speakers find commonaliti…
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Amazon Prime used in West Africa? The Benin empire.. What did the have in relation to America or even other parts of the world? Phallic Gods. The Co-hosts disagree with one another. Visit the shop at Marochorus.com Follow us on IG @Marochorus Follow us on TikTok @Marochorus Follow us on Twitter @Marochorus --- Support this podcast: https://podcaste…
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Episode 151: En hommage à feu Rachid Sidi Boumedine (Décédé le 07 novembre 2022): Céramiques d'Alger, toute une histoire Dans ce podcast, feu Rachid Sidi Boumedine, sociologue et urbaniste à l'Université d'Alger a présenté son dernier ouvrage intitulé Céramiques d'Alger, toute une histoire. « Le travail de Rachid Sidi Boumedine vient après un parco…
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From Ancient Ghana, to Mali, to the Soghi empire, the team hosts a bunch of topics concerning these Empires. What we know about Mansa Musa, the abundance of gold, we even touch on Atlantis. Visit the shop at Marochorus.com Follow us on IG @Marochorus Follow us on TikTok @Marochorus Follow us on Twitter @Marochorus --- Support this podcast: https://…
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Discussion of Dr. Umar and his plan for reparations, and what we think of Van Jones speaking on behalf of Black America. Visit the shop at Marochorus.com Follow us on IG @Marochorus Follow us on TikTok @Marochorus Follow us on Twitter @Marochorus --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marochorus/support…
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Ghana Empire, Mali Empire, Songhai Empire…. To name a few. What brought these great empires to great prestige and what brought it to it’s end? Visit the shop at Marochorus.com Follow us on IG @Marochorus Follow us on TikTok @Marochorus Follow us on Twitter @Marochorus --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marochorus/supp…
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Episode 150: A Critical Analysis of Heritage Preservation in Libya In this podcast, AIMS Cultural Heritage Fellow Reem Furjani discusses her research in the Old City of Tripoli, the field of critical heritage studies and her work bridging scholarly research and practice. Cultural heritage studies is a burgeoning academic field that seeks to contrib…
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Were Black Americans always here? We've always heard about the oral history passed down through generations, but here we look beyond that. What are the historical documents, archeological data, genetic data, and supporting evidence that substantiates an age old myth. Visit the shop at Marochorus.com Follow us on IG @Marochorus Follow us on TikTok @…
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Episode #3: We uncover the mystery of the land of Punt. What have scholars uncovered so far? The Rapid fire discussion afterwards is the one to look out for🔥. Make sure to check out our instagram subscription for most rapid fire episodes. Visit the shop at Marochorus.com Follow us on IG @Marochorus Follow us on TikTok @Marochorus Follow us on Twitt…
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Episode 149: Roman Dougga (Thougga) Heritage Preservation in an Antique City Dougga (Thugga) is one the best-preserved Roman towns in North Africa and it is just an hour and a half away from the capital Tunis in the governorate of Jendouba. Because of its excellent preservation and its position as a popular tourist attraction, Dougga serves as a wo…
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