Zakya Daoud

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Zakya Daoud (by her real name Jacqueline Loghlam) is a French journalist. She was born in 1937 in Bernay in France. She was naturalized Moroccan and changed her name in 1959.[1] Zakya Daoud started her career as a journalist in 1958 for the Moroccan radio and then as correspondent in Morocco for the weekly Jeune Afrique. At the request of the African weekly, Jacqueline Loghlam signed her articles with the pseudonyme Zakya Daoud, a borrowed name under which she kept writing.[1]

In 1966, she became chief editor of Lamalif, a Moroccan magazine until it was stopped from publishing by the Moroccan authorities in 1988. From 1989 to 2001, Zakya Daoud contributed articles to several French journals like Maghreb-Machrek, Arabies and Le Monde diplomatique. Since that time she has published several books in the field of sociology and history.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Abdeslam Kadiri, "Portrait. Les mille vies de Zakya Daoud", Telquel, 13-02-2006

Bibliography[edit]

  • L’État du Maghreb (ouvrage collectifs), la Découverte, 1990.
  • Féminisme et politique au Maghreb, Éditions Maisonneuve et Larose, 1994
  • Ferhart Abbas, une utopie algérienne (in collaboration with Benjamin Stora), Éditions Denoël, 1995
  • Ben Barka (in collaboration with Maati Monjib), Éditions Michalon, 1996
  • Marocains des deux rives, Éditions L’Atelier, 1997.
  • Abdelkrim, une épopée d’or et de sang, Éditions Séguier, 1999 ISBN 2-84049-144-3
  • Gibraltar, croisée de mondes et Gibraltar, improbable frontière, Éditions Atlantica-Séguier, 2002
  • De l’immigration à la citoyenneté, Éditions Mémoire de la Méditerranée, 2003
  • Zaynab, reine de Marrakech (roman), Éditions L’Aube, 2004
  • Marocains de l’autre rive, Éditions Paris Méditerranée-Tarik, 2004
  • Casablanca en mouvement, Éditions Autrement, 2005
  • Les Années Lamalif : 1958-1988, trente ans de journalisme, Éditions Tarik et Senso Unico - 2007

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