This Berber newsletter keeps readers apprised of news about the Berber movement and supplies links to Berber culture-providing a network for the Berber diaspora to stay linked together.
Tazzla Institute for Cultural Diversity
The Tazzla Institute conducts research on indigenous people of North America and North Africa (specifically Berbers) and produces documentaries about these cultures. It also works with UNESCO in documenting and preserving indigenous art and music.
Hoffman is a professor of anthropology at Northwestern. She has spent years researching Berbers in Morocco, focusing on women and their contributions to preserving the Berber language and culture.
Crawford is a professor of anthropology and sociology at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. He has written many articles about Berber culture, all available on this website.
Brett, Michael, and Elizabeth Fentress. The Berbers. Blackwell Publishers, 1997.
Keohane, Alan. The Berbers of Morocco. Hamish Hamilton, 1991.
Maxwell, Gavin. Lords of the Atlas: The Rise and Fall of the House of Glaoua 1893-1956. Hippocrene Books, 1984.
McGuinnes, Justin. Marrakech and the High Atlas Handbook. Footprint Handbooks, 2001.
Pennel, C. R. Morocco Since 1830. New York University Press, 2000.
Rainier, Chris. "Ancient Marks." National Geographic Adventure (November 2004), 82-5.
Herndon, David. "Morocco: Freewheeling With the Berbers in the Atlas and Sahara." National Geographic Adventure (July/August 2000), 78-83.
Weed, William Speed. "How to Buy into the Berber Culture." National Geographic Adventure (Spring 1999), 58-9.
Zwingle, Erla. "Morocco: North Africa's Timeless Mosaic." National Geographic (October 1996), 98-125.
Hunt, Carla, and Nik Wheeler. "Berber Brides' Fair." National Geographic (January 1980), 118-29.
Englebert, Victor. "Trek by Mule Among Morocco's Berbers." National Geographic (June 1968), 850-75.