مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 6, Numéro 22, Pages 257-278
الكاتب : عماري الحسين .
Initially, it should be noted that the theme of African Studies in Morocco in general, and in particular Mohammed V University is important because it is linked with strong and deep historical ties between Morocco collected and Sub-Saharian Africa, these relationships we can say that they are as old as history, because they date back to an era far to the period before Islam, they are also complex and multifaceted and had aspects commercial, religious, diplomatic, cultural, and humanitarian, but beyond that, some recent studies suggest that understanding the course of Moroccan history can not be done, however, in the context of African history in general and its relations with sub-Saharian Africa in particular, and understanding of Morocco's ties with other countries in Africa is part of a project of understanding ourselves, it is a project designed on the structures of our being and to the extent that the disclosure of the reality of these ties with Africa is emerging in our past so that cooperation with it is embedded in the folds of our future. Given the importance of this, and because the present of Africa as they say is a continuation of its historic past, this intervention aims to highlight the reality of African Studies at the University Mohammed V, and exactly at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and the Institute of African studies, in terms of results and prospects by answering the following questions: What is the general context in which African studies appeared in both organizations cited?What are the main steps of these studies?What is the outcome of these studies and their future prospects?
African Studies;Mohammed V University;historical;relationships;history
سليمان تيش تيش محمد لمين
خميسة بن ترية
عين أحجر زهير
بوصلاح عبد اللطيف