Book Review for James A.O.C. Brown's, Crossing the strait

Morocco, Gibraltar, and Great Britain in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Abstract

James A.O.C. Brown’s study of economic and diplomatic relations between British Gibraltar and Alawite Morocco offers more than simply a political history. Rather, Brown aptly employs a socio-historical methodology, allowing him to explore the dynamic mechanisms and developments of these relations.

Publication
The Journal of North African Studies v.22, no.5: 910-911
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Peter Kitlas
Postdoctoral Fellow

Peter Kitlas is a Postdoctoral Fellow in The Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry at Emory University. His research interests include the eighteenth century Mediterranean, early modern state developments, and Moroccan-Ottoman diplomatic relations.