The polemics of politics and the sacred in Souss from the state to the emirate, Dar Elig as a case study

This article deals with the forms of transition from the state to the emirate, and research on ways to move from the imaginations of the sacred to the investments of politics, and ways of working on the anthropology of the sacred in its relationship with the politician, focusing on Dar Elig for example, and research on the sacred of genealogy, the sacred of dignity, the sacred and political economy.

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