American Institute for Maghrib Studies

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The American Institute for Maghrib Studies "was founded in 1984 to promote the systematic study of North Africa among interested scholars, specialists, students, and others concerned with the region. AIMS sponsors The Journal of North African Studies (published by Frank Cass in London), publishes a biannual newsletter, produces an annual roster of members and research directory, sponsors yearly academic conferences in North Africa, provides funding support for students and scholars to undertake research in the region, maintains overseas research centers in Tunis (CEMAT) and Tangiers (TALM), hosts an annual summer Arabic language and area studies program in Tangiers, and provides other professional services to its members from time to time." [1]

Member of the Council of American Overseas Research Centers.

Board of Directors

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2007

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People

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Former Lineup

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Contact

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References

  1. What is AIMS?, American Institute for Maghrib Studies, accessed September 10, 2007.
  2. Board of Directors, American Institute for Maghrib Studies, accessed September 10, 2007.
  3. Officers, American Institute for Maghrib Studies, accessed September 10, 2007.
  4. What is AIMS?, American Institute for Maghrib Studies, accessed September 10, 2007.