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Publisher: The Middle East Institute
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    • 4. For a clear exposition of this period in Moroccan history, see Michael Brett,“eTh Islamisation of Morocco: From the Arabs to the Almoravids,” Morocco: Journal of the Society for Moroccan Studies, No. 2 (1992), pp. 60-1.
    • 5. For further discussion of the traditional medina's centripetal structure, what André Raymond calls radio-concentricity, see André Raymond,“Urban Life and Middle Eastern Cities: eTh Traditional Arab City,” in Youssef M. Choueiri, ed., A Companion to the History of the Middle East (Malden: Blackwell Publishing, 2005), pp. 214-17.
    • 6. As outlined, for example, in Lindsay Jones, eTh Hermeneutics of Sacred Architecture: Experience, Interpretation, Comparison. Vol. 2: A Morphology of Ritual-Architectural Priorities (Cambridge: Harvard CSWR, 2000).
    • 7. eTh notion also holds true for a number of non-Moroccan, traditional medinas. See, for example, Roberto Berardi, “eTh Spatial Organization of Tunis Medina and other Arab-Muslim Cities in North Africa and the Near East,” in Salma K. Jayyusi et al., eds., eTh City in the Islamic World, 2 vols. (Leiden: Brill, 2008), pp. 1, 282, and 292-3.
    • 8. Cited in Mark Kermode, “Girl Interrupted,” Sight & Sound 12 (December 2006), http://www.b.fiorg.uk/sightandsound/ feature/49337/. For a diefrent usage of the term, see the author's Space and Muslim Urban Life: At the Limits of the Labyrinth
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