Kenneth Brown

Kenneth Brown is an anthropologist specializing in Morocco, who has taught for twenty years at Manchester University in Great Britain. As a writer and translator (English, Arabic, Hebrew and French), he is the founder and chief editor of the magazine Méditerranéennes with its large network of researchers and artists throughout the Mediterranean region, in the United States, and in Great Britain. He has published several books, including People of Salé: Tradition and Change in a Moroccan City, 1830-1930 (Harvard University Press, 1976) and L’Irak, de la crise au chaos. Chroniques d’une invasion, for which he was the publisher (Ibis Press, 2004).