This article considers colonialism’s impact on the production and perpetuation of negative stereotypes about Sufi trance in Morocco by exploring how it developed under strict strutiny and control as an object of fear, misunderstanding, dismissal, and scorn.
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"Moroccan Trance: Unruly Bodies and the Colonial Imagination,"
World Music Textbook: Vol. 4, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/wmt/vol4/iss1/3