About Samia

Screen Shot 2013-05-01 at 2.34.04 PMSamia Errazzouki is a freelance writer who frequently travels between Washington DC and Rabat. Her academic research is broadly centered around political economy in the Maghreb, with a focus on gender and the post-colonial period. After receiving her BA from George Mason University in Global Affairs with a concentration in the Middle East and North Africa, in addition to a minor in French. She is currently an MA candidate at Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies.

In addition to her freelance work, she is currently a researcher with the Arab Studies Institute’s Knowledge Production Project and a co-editor with Jadaliyya‘s Maghreb Page. She is also a co-founder of the Bil3afya blog.

3 responses to “About Samia

  1. Eric Ports

    Hey Samia,

    I’m a friend of theZroc and I’ve been following you on twitter. I’m helping a woman who is doing an hour long special on Moroccan women for Austrian radio and she is looking for links to youtube videos showing moroccan self-immolations or violence against protesters especially involving women. The links I have are mostly gone now. I figured you would be able to point me in the right direction.
    Thanks for all your help.
    eric christianson

  2. Roberta

    Hi Samia,

    your blog is fantastic! I am based in DC as well and I am doing a research on the Moroccan new constitution. Is it possible to meet up to discuss it?
    If willing to do so, please contact me on my email address.

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