Prof. Dr. Lahcen Ouri

Prof. Dr. Lahcen Ouri

Last name: Ouri
Personal name: Lahcen
Date and place of birth: March 7, 1969 Ahromomo.
Nationality: Moroccan.
Class: Professor of Higher Education, grade A.
The Institution: Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences in Saiss – Fez – Morocco
Rental number: 1433141
Phone: 0662892369
Email: Lahcen.ourri@usmba.ac.ma
Website: lahcenourri.com

Academic and scientific certificates:

University Certificate of Eligibility 2011
PhD in the contemporary history of Morocco, June 2004 session.
Certificate of completion of lessons in contemporary history, October 1997 session.
Bachelor’s Certificate, History Division, June 1992.
DEUG – General University Studies Certificate – Division of History and Geography, June 1990 session.
Double Baccalaureate Certificate in Modern Literature: June 1988 Course.

  • Teaching in the Bachelor of Pathways System of the Interdisciplinary College – Taza:
the year Prompt teaching Unit
2010-2011 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

 

Language and method

History of Africa and Asia

The Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Documentary Heritage (Heritage Path)

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Directive works Language and method

History of Africa and Asia the Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Documentary Heritage (Heritage Path)

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Leave Research End of lessons projects
     
2011-2012 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

 

Language and method

History of Africa and Asia

The Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Documentary Heritage (Heritage Path)

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Directive works Leave wire:

 

Language and method

History of Africa and Asia the Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Documentary Heritage (Heritage Path)

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Leave Research End of lessons projects
     
2012-2013 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

Language and method

History of Africa and Asia

The Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Documentary Heritage (Heritage Path)

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Directive works Language and method

History of Africa and Asia,                                                                 the Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Documentary Heritage (Heritage Path)

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Leave Research End of lessons projects
2013-2014 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

 

Language and method

History of Africa and Asia

The Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Directive works Language and method

History of Africa and Asia

The Arab world in the 19-20 centuries

Protection institutions, political organizations and national action in Morocco 1912-1925

Leave Research End of lessons projects
2014-2015 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

Document analysis

Lectures on research methods

Protection institutions in Morocco 1912-192530

Political and party organizations in Morocco protection

Directive works Document analysis

Lectures on research methods, protection institutions in Morocco, 1912-1925

Political and party organizations in Morocco protection

Leave Research End of lessons projects
2015-2016 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

Document analysis

Lectures on research methods

Protection institutions in Morocco 1912-1925

Political and party organizations in Morocco protection

Master wire:

Moroccan presence in the Orient during the modern era

Colonial strategy in the East and the Maghreb

National movements and unitary trends

Directive works Leave wire:

Document analysis

In research methods

Protection institutions in Morocco 1912-1925

Political and party organizations in Morocco protection

Master wire:

Moroccan presence in the Orient during the modern era

Colonial strategy in the East and the Maghreb

National movements and unitary trends

Leave Research End of lessons projects
2016-2017 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

Document analysis lectures on research methodology

Protection institutions in Morocco 1912-192530

Political and party organizations in Morocco protection

Master wire:

The strategic dimension of Morocco in the Mediterranean domain

Moroccan presence in the Orient during the modern era

National liberation movements in the East and Morocco

Morocco’s relations with the Islamic University

Colonial strategy in the East and the Maghreb

Directive works Leave wire:

Document analysis

In research methods

Protection institutions in Morocco 1912-1925 Political and party organizations in Morocco

Master:

The strategic dimension of Morocco in the Mediterranean domain

Moroccan presence in the Orient during the modern era

National liberation movements in the East and Morocco

Morocco’s relations with the Islamic University

Colonial strategy in the East and the Maghreb

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  Leave Research End of lessons projects 608
  Master Message Master Message  
2017-2018 Theoretical lessons Leave wire:

Document analysis lectures on research methodology

Protection institutions in Morocco 1912-192530

Political and party organizations in Morocco protection

Master:

National liberation movements in the East and Morocco

Moroccan presence in the Orient during the modern era

 
  Directive works Leave wire:

Document analysis

In research methods

Protection institutions in Morocco 1912-1925

Political and party organizations in Morocco protection

Master:

National liberation movements in the Mashreq and Morocco The Moroccan presence in the Levant during the modern era

 
  Leave Research End of lessons projects  
            Master Message Master Message  
2017-2018 Lectures Leave wire

The History of Medieval Morocco (the Almoravids – Almohads – Marinids) Chapter Two

Morocco and the Mediterranean world during the contemporary period (Chapter VI)

Master wire

Heritage unity in the Mediterranean domain

 
 
 
 
2018-2019 Lectures Unit: University Research Curricula (Chapter Five)

Unity: The Medieval History of Morocco (the Almoravids-Almohads-Marinids) (Chapter Two)

Unity: Morocco and the Mediterranean world during the contemporary period

  (Chapter six)

 
  Framing leave research Research in contemporary history  

 Master of Morocco and the Mediterranean World during the Modern and Contemporary Era, Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences Zohr Al-Mahraz – Fez:

  • Supervising the students of the first and third semester of the Master of Morocco and the Mediterranean world during the modern and contemporary eras of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the back of Al-Mahraz-Fez, during the 2011-2012 university season, the autumn session.
  • Supervising the students of the second and fourth semesters of the Master of Morocco and the Mediterranean world during the modern and contemporary eras of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the back of Al-Mahraz – Fez, during the 2011-2012 spring semester (the courses of North African relations + resistance and the national movement)

Publications in national scientific journals with the ISSN Reading Committee
1- Uri Lahcen, “Municipal Interests in the City of Sefrou between Origin and Development 1913-1956, Works of the Twenty-Eighth Session of the Cultural Forum for the City of Sefrou 4-5-6-7 May 2017, on the topic: Sefrou City .. One Hundred Years of Municipal Organization of the Type of Guardianship Administrative to Free Participatory Management, Maroc Impression Sefrou Publications, First Edition May 2017, (pp. 10-21) ISBN: 978-9954-28-684-5
2- Uri Lahcen, “Materialism and Historical Writing”, Journal of the Interdisciplinary Division of History and Geography – Taza, File of Issue: Methodological Approaches in History and Geography, Info-Brant Publications – Fez, Issue Three, Year 2016, (pp. 131-139). MDD: 2508-9714
3- Uri Lahcen, “The events of January 11, 1944 and the Moroccan society’s involvement in the battle for independence”, Journal of the National Memory, Issue 27, publications of the High Commission for Ancient Resisters and Members of the Liberation Army, Bouregreg House for Printing and Publishing, Rabat, 2016 (Legal Deposit 59/2001).
4- Uri Lahcen, “Notables of the countryside for whom Ibn Ja`far al-Kattani translated in Silwat al-Nafas”, within the research of the third national symposium organized by the local scientific council of the Driouch region on the topic: The scientific movement in the countryside from the tenth to the twelfth century AH, its advantages and contributions, Company Oasis Printing Press – Nador, year 2016, (ff. 195-205).
ISBN: 978-9954-38-902-7
5- Uri Lahcen, “Agricultural Education in the City of Sefrou and Its Area During the Protection Period”, Journal of the Interdisciplinary Department of History and Geography – Taza, File of Issue Studies and Research in History and Geography, Issue Two, Info-Brant Publications, Fez, 2015 (pp. 33- 59).

ISBN: 2421-9274
6- Uri Lahcen, “The Levantine Influence on National Work during the Reign of Sultan Muhammad bin Yusuf”, works of the seventeenth session of Moulay Ali Al-Sharif University: Sidi Muhammad bin Youssef from allegiance to the royal call 1939, Ministry of Culture publications, Dar Al-Manahil, Rabat, 2015, (Pp. 126-136). ISBN: 978-9954-625-24-8
7- OURRI Lahcen, “Essai de bibliographie analytique au Maréchal Lyautey depuis 1954-1934”, Revue du département d’histoire géographie, intitulé du dossier: Taza: Espace, Société et Histoire, Recherches etudes, Imp. Imagerie Pub Néon, Fès, N ° 1 année 2014. (pp. 193-223) ISBN: 987-9954-33-281-8
8- Uri Lahcen, “Contribution of Al-Qarawiyyin Students to the Formation of National Sense”, National Memory Magazine, Issue 22 / File: History and the metropolis of Tarfaya through a reading of colonial plans in southern Morocco during the nineteenth century, publications of the High Commission for ancient resistance fighters and members of the Liberation Army, Bouregreg House for Printing and Publishing, Rabat, year 1435 AH / 2013 CE, (pp. 411-148). Legal Deposit 59/2001
9- Uri Lahcen, “Cultural Life and Jewish Religious Schools in the City of Sefrou Before the Protection”, the works of the 24th Cultural Forum of Sefrou on the subject: Seasons and Festivals, a Space for Valuing the Cultural Heritage, Festival of Love of Kings in Safro, a cultural and non-material heritage of humanity, Publications of the General Company for Equipment and Printing – Fez , First edition May 2013, (pp. 423-437). ISBN: 978-9954-93-62-0-7
10- Uri Lahcen, “The Contribution of the Al-Qarawiyyin Students to the Formation of National Sense”, Al-Misbahiya Magazine, Human Sciences Series, Issue 9, Year 2012, (pp. 134-151). Legal deposit: 137/1999.
11- Uri Lahcen, “The battle of October 2, 1955, a qualitative leap in the face of colonialism”, Journal of the National Memory, Issue 19, / File: The works of the two scientific symposiums: The launch of the operations of the Liberation Army in the North in 1955, a historical stage of the national struggle – the Moroccan Liberation Army: Origins and path Publications of the High Commission for Ancient Resisters and Members of the Liberation Army, Abi Raqraq House for Printing and Publishing, year 1433 AH / 2012, (pp. 13-24). Legal Deposit 2001/59.
12- Uri Lahcen, “The Importance of the Archives in Writing the History of Muhammad Ibn Abd al-Karim Al-Khattabi”, The Memory of the National Magazine, Issue 19 / File: The Works of the Two Scientific Seminars: The Launch of Operations of the Liberation Army in the North in 1955, a historical stage of the national struggle – the Moroccan Liberation Army: Origin and Path, Publications of the High Commission for Ancient Resisters and Members of the Liberation Army, Bouregreg House for Printing and Publishing, year 1433 AH / 2012, (pp. 79-85) Legal Deposit 59/2001
13- Uri Lahcen, “The Literature and Values ​​of the Resistance Through the Memoirs of the Resistance Bouchi Sabour”, The National Memory Magazine, Issue 20, / File: Symposium on Literature and Resistance, Publications of the High Commission of the Resistance Veterans and Members of the Liberation Army, Abu Raqraq House for Printing and Publishing, year 1433 AH / 2012, (Pp. 55-63). Legal Deposit 2001/59
14- Uri Lahcen, “The Political Rules of the Educational Question in the Maghreb of Mawla Yusuf 1912-1927 through the Diplomatic Archive Documents”, Ministry of Culture Publications, Dar Al-Manahil Press, Rabat 2012, (pp. 182-192). 45-2
15- Uri Lahcen, “Al-Hajawi’s Perception of the Events of January 1944, a scientific symposium entitled Fez and Consolidating the Values ​​of Patriotism, Events of 29-30 January 31 1944, publications of the High Commission for Ancient Resisters and Members of the Liberation Army, Bouregreg House for Printing and Publishing, Rabat, First Edition 2011, Pp. 61-69). ISBN: 978-9954-522-24-0

-Lahcen OURRI, l’organisation des institutions des juifs du Maroc, Période de 1918-1938, une recherche archivistique, Editions Approches, Fès, 2017,

ISBN: 978-9954-678-71-8

Author in the specialty, with an ISBN code and issued on the author’s account:

A chapter from a collective author issued by a publishing house with the symbol ISSN:

1- Collective book: Uri Lahcen, “Traditional Crafts in Fez through Roger Lotorno’s Writings” within the book: Crafts and Arts in the History of Morocco, Approaches and Comparisons, Publications of the Research Laboratory in Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations, coordinated by LLC. Lahcen Uri w. Muhammad Al-Baraka, Bilal Waraka Press, Fez, 2017 (pp. 103–119)

ISBN: 978-9954-99-063-6: / ISSN: 2550-5599

2- Collective book: Uri Lahcen, “Al-Basha Al-Baghdadi, the Man of the Store in the Department of Protection”, a contribution to a collective book: Elites in the History of Morocco, works dedicated to Professor Brigadier General Mustafa Al-Shabi, curated by Dr. Ahmed Escherkhan, Time Publications, An-Najah New Press, Casablanca, 2016, (p. 2) (pp. 431-440). ISBN: 978-9954-516-77-5

3- Uri Lahcen, “Taza and Badia through the Military Archive at Van San Palace”, Collective Book: Taza and its Surroundings, Dirt Resources and Prospects for Sustainable Development, Part One, Maraya Publications, Tangier, First Edition 2013, (pp. 63-72). ISIN: 978-9954-607-73-11

4- Uri Lahcen, “The migration of Moroccan students to the East and Europe, and the birth of a national feeling”, a collective book:

L’émigration / l’immigration marocaine à l’ère de la mondialisation, Publications of the Royal Institute for Amazigh Culture, Rabat, New Knowledge Press, Casablanca 2012 .. (pp. 93-100) ISBN: 978-9954-28-147-5

1- Uri Lahcen, “Taza and Badia in the French Protection Archives at the Diplomatic Archives Center in Nant,” publications of the works of the international symposium Taza and Badia through foreign archives and local documentary heritage, Research Laboratory in Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations, coordinated by LLC. Lahcen Uri, Info Brant Press – Lido – Fez, 2014. (pp. 291-300.)
ISBN: 978-9954-9496-8-9
2- Uri Lahcen, “The French Colonial Experience in the Field of Education in North Africa and Human Rights Violations: A Study of the Algerian and Tunisian Models”, Book of International Colloquium Works, Colonial Experiences in North Africa and Human Rights, Info-Brandt Press, Fez, 2015 (p. 11- 28). ISBN: 978-9954-9532-2-8
Intervention in a published national conference or symposium:

1- Uri Lahcen, “Scientific renaissance in the countryside during the era of the Alawi state, a reading in a manuscript by Abd al-Rahman bin Zaidan”, as part of the research of the third national symposium on the topic: The scientific movement in the countryside during the first era of the noble Alawite state: characteristics and roles, publications of the local scientific council For the Driouch region, Oasis Printing Press, Nador, 2017 (pp. 237-244). ISBN: 978-9954-99-532-7

1-4: Interventions in conferences or seminars (unpublished):

1- Uri Lahcen, “The Ait Yossi Tribes’ Norms and the Issue of Contradicting the Marmousha Tribes,” the first international forum, organized by the Research Laboratory on Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations in Taza, in partnership with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah University – Fez, the Interdisciplinary College – Taza, and the Center The National Scientific and Technical Research Center in Rabat, the Royal Institute for Amazigh Culture, the Fez-Meknes destination, the Sahara Center for Field Studies and Research, the Regional Council of Taza, the regional branch of the Society for the People of the World Mountains of Sefrou, and the Basis Association for Culture, Heritage and Development (on 13-14 October 2016).

2- Uri Lahcen, “The Document and Contemporary Historical Writing”, a scientific symposium, organized by the Rawafed Association for Development, Culture and Social Business in partnership with the Presidency of the University of Sidi Mohamed bin Abdullah in Fez, and the Higher School of Professors in Fez, and with the support of the Regional Directorate of the Ministry of Culture – Fez, under the slogan : “The historian at the heart of the renaissance of the peoples.” (04 June 2016).

3- Uri Lahcen, “Political Parties, the Liberation Army and the Sultan Muhammad bin Yusuf for Independence”, a study day, Sidi Mohamed Ben Youssef University, in partnership with the Regional Commissariat of Ancient Resisters and members of the Liberation Army in Fez, to commemorate the Independence Day of the university presidency, on 20 November 2015.

 

4- Uri Lahcen, “Reading in a book: Sources from the Manuscript Military Heritage in Morocco”, commemorating the International Day of Museums, organized by the Regional Prosecutor of the High Commission for Ancient Resistance and Members of the Liberation Army in cooperation with the Mediterranean Archives, Studies and Research Laboratory, Faculty of Arts, Zahr Al-Mahraz Fez and the Research Laboratory in Cultural Relations The Moroccan-Mediterranean Faculty of Letters Sais Fez and the Association of the Friends of Fez, on the topic: “Reading in a Book: Sources from the Manuscript Military Heritage in Morocco”, (May 14, 2015)

5- Uri Lahcen, “Morocco from a future country of immigration to a source for which immigration to France is a model”, a national symposium, organized by the Research Laboratory in Management, Economics and Social Sciences of the Interdisciplinary Faculty – Al Jadida, Chaib Doukkali University, on the topic: “South-North-South Migrations “. (On 25-26 March 2015) (Member of the Scientific Committee – and participant).

6- Uri Lahcen, “Moroccan employment in France between political influences and national work”, an international symposium, organized by the Laboratory of Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations at the Interdisciplinary College – Taza – in partnership with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah University, the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad and the National Council for Human Rights and with the support of The Taza-Taounate-Al Hoceima region, the National Council for Scientific Research, the Moroccan Archives Foundation and the Regional Directorate of Culture, on the topic: “Maghreb employment abroad and national and political work during the two world wars”. (On 09-10 December 2014)

7- Uri Lahcen, “The Importance of Tradition for the Amazighs in the Protection Period”, an international symposium at the Faculty of Medicine, organized by the Center for Rational Studies in cooperation with the University of Sidi Muhammad bin Abdullah, and in partnership with the German Von Humbold Foundation, on the topic: “Law in the Age of Globalization”, Days 15-16-17 March 2013).

B / 2: Scientific supervision: The framed doctorate that has been discussed:
 university theses that have been supervising the agenda were discussed at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Almehraz- Fez emerged from 2011 to 2016:

student’s name Thesis title date of registration Discussion date Adjective
Happy Tutai Colonial policy in the regions of Wadi Noon and Sakia El Hamra between 1934 and 1975 2012 July 12, 2016

 

Supervisor and rapporteur
Said Uday The city of Tanha, a study in the economic and social transformations 1912-1956 2011 July 27, 2016 Supervisor and rapporteur
Mouloud Rashad The city of Khemisset during the era of protection (1911-1956) 2011 November 17, 2016 Supervisor and rapporteur
Idrisia Al-Bakhshouni Transport and mobility in Morocco during the protection era 1907-1956 Casablanca and its region as a model 2011-2012 November 28, 2016 Supervisor and rapporteur

 

 PhD UNFRAMED that have not yet discussed :

– Theses registered at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Saiss – Fez

Between: 2014-2017 and not yet discussed

student’s name Thesis title Adjective date of registration Notes
Okay, okay The Economic Policy of the French Protectorate in Morocco During the First World War 1914-1920 Supervising Professor 2013-2014 January 4, 2017 9 a.m.
Abdulaziz powder Customary judiciary in Morocco during the period of protection 1912-1956 Supervising Professor 2013-2014 In preparation
Saeed Al-Hassaini The religious policy of the French protection in Morocco between 1912-1956 Supervising Professor 2013-2014 In preparation
Rashid Al Sadie Agricultural settlement in Morocco during the protection era, the Sas plateau as a model (1912-1956) Supervising Professor 2013-2014 In preparation
Sharp Awasu Mountain Crafts in Morocco Protection Character of the Middle Atlas Mountains model 1912-1956 Supervising Professor 2014-2015 In preparation
Mohsen Ammiri The store men in the Department of Protection 1912-1956 Supervising Professor 2014-2015 In preparation
Fadwa Al-Abidi Modern industries in Morocco on the era of protection Supervising Professor 2014-2015 In preparation
Nuclear acute The role of the mountain in resisting the French colonialism: the tribes of Jabal Al-Ayashi as a model Supervising Professor 2015-2016 In preparation
Ducky arrows Schools sons elites and the elite production project in Morocco Supervising Professor 2014-2015 In preparation
Fatima Dakous The tripartite relationship of the Moroccan patriots in the French and Spanish protectorate and the Levant in the era of protection

 

Supervising Professor 2014-2015 In preparation

2.2: Framing the master’s diploma research:

 

Framing the master’s research: a list of the research that has been supervised

Master Wire 2016-2017

Discussion date Adjective Members of the discussion committee Title student’s name
July 17, 2017  a supervisor and a Rapporteur

– as president

– A member

Dr.. Lahcen Uri

Dr.. Muhammad Al-Baraka

Dr.. Abdul Haq Taheri

Attitudes of Moroccan scholars and intellectuals and the Maghreb towards the European intervention in Morocco between 1830-1956 Glorious Jacoby
July 17, 2017  a supervisor and a Rapporteur

– as president

– A member

Dr.. Lahcen Uri

Dr.. Muhammad Al-Baraka

Dr.. Said Benhamada

The unitary orientation in the thought of Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al-Khattabi between tribal unity and Arab nationalism Nadia Powder
Tuesday 18 July 2017   a supervisor and a Rapporteur

– as president

– A member

Dr.. Lahcen Uri

Dr. Ahmed Escherkhan

Dr.. Muhammad Amtat

 

Muhammad Amin al-Husseini and the countries of North Africa between the propaganda of the Axis countries and the defense of Maghreb causes Shawi Raqi
Tuesday 18 July 2017 Supervisor and Rapporteur

– as president

– A member

Dr.. Lahcen Uri

Dr.. Muhammad Al-Baraka

Dr.. The Arab Nashwi

Levantine influences between the policy of containing student emigration and the prohibition of press laws under protection (1912-1956) Mansour Bazanin
Tuesday 18 July 2017  a supervisor and a Rapporteur

– as president

– A member

Dr.. Lahcen Uri

Dr. Ahmed Escherkhan

Dr.. The Arab Nashwi

Scientific communication between Morocco and the Levant during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (Morocco and Egypt are two examples) Youssef Qadouhi
July 20, 2017

 

Supervisor and Rapporteur

– as president

– A member

Dr.. Lahcen Uri

Dr.. Abdul Latif Al-Ghorafi

Dr.. Rashid Al-Yashouti

Moroccan and Levantine Elites during the Protection Period: Interactions and Relationships Bouchoua Rachid
July 20, 2017  a supervisor and a Rapporteur

– as president

– A member

 

Dr.. Lahcen Uri

Dr.. Abdul Latif Al-Ghorafi

Dr.. Rashid Al-Yashouti

Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al-Khattabi and the recruitment of Moroccans of the Levantine military schools in the armed resistance in Morocco Alaa Belkasmi

2-3: Participate in the committee for discussing the doctoral thesis or university qualification

 

 

 

As President: I did not participate as President

Participation in the doctoral thesis or university qualification discussion committee:

As a rapporteur: Yes

(See the certificate of the theses that were supervised and discussed: (Certificate of the Director of the Doctoral Center of the Faculty of Arts Dhahr Al-Mahraz – Fez)

student’s name Thesis title date of registration Discussion date Adjective
– Said Uday The city of Tanha, a study in the economic and social transformations 1912-1956 2011

 

July 27, 2016 Supervisor and rapporteur

 

– Mouloud Rashad The city of Khemisset during the era of protection (1911-1956) 2011 November 17, 2016 Supervisor and rapporteur
– Said Tutai Colonial policy in the regions of Wadi Noon and Sakia El Hamra between 1934 and 1975 2012 July 12, 2016 Supervisor and rapporteur
 

 

Idrisia Al-Bakhshouni

 

Transport and mobility in Morocco during the protection era 1907-1956 Casablanca and its region as a model

 

2012-2011

 

November 28, 2016 Supervisor and rapporteur

 As a member: Yes

 theses discussed by Professor Hassan Uri Faculty of Arts and Humanities appeared Almehraz- Fez :

           Note: (The testimony provided includes the examination and discussion attributes)

student’s name Thesis title Adjective Discussion date
Baby wise Craftsmen and craftsmen in the two counties of Rabat and Salé during the French protectorate (1912-1956) leather and textile model Member: examination and discussion July 26, 2016
Radwan Al-Shaibi The image of Morocco through the writings of French doctors (1912-1956) Member: examination and discussion December 14, 2015
Fatima Al-Saffar The Fascist Elite in the Economic, Political and Religious Fields before the Protection 1830-1912 Member: examination and discussion May 16, 2016
By Hassan Ghazwani The French Military Occupation of Morocco: Study in War and Logistic Tactics (1907-1934) Member: examination and discussion January 19, 2016
Lamia Al-Zahrawi Levantine influences on the Moroccan national movement during the period of protection (1912-1956) Member: examination and discussion December 5, 2016
Maryam paused The role of Zawiya Ahansal in the resistance (1912-1956) Member: examination and discussion July 25, 2016
Abdul Rahman Mohammed Abdul Rahman Al-Khashab The Moroccan Resistance to French Colonialism in Morocco and the Yemeni Resistance to English Colonialism in Southern Yemen (Casablanca and Aden as a Model) 1839-1967 – A Comparative Study Member: examination

And discussion

December 6, 2016

 

B.3: Academic Responsibilities
 

 

 

 

1-3: Official or member of an accredited research structure:

Research center, laboratory, research team, or network:

 

* Responsible: Director of the Research Laboratory in Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations: 2014-2017

 

–      ** efficient swivel or chair

 

– Responsible: Member of the Committee for the Research Pole: Dialogue of Civilizations and Cultural Heritage, since November 2015 and December 2017

 

A recognized knowledge association  Member of the General Secretariat of the International Union of Historians of Development, Culture and Social Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-2: projects or research contracts ( to give testimony from a Muslim head of the institution):

Title: Member within the research project funded:

Project title: “The Regional Archives House Project, (Fez Meknes) funded by the Regional Council for the Fez – Meknes region

  3-3: National or international scientific expertise and evaluation work

(Accompanied by a certificate or signed report)

 

Experience or appraisal work:

 

– Editorial member of a newspaper or scientific journal: Member of the Coordination and Technical Supervision Committee of the Journal of the History and Geography Division of the Interdisciplinary College – Taza (from January 2012 to December 31, 2015)

 

– Referee in a newspaper or scientific magazine: Yes

 

– Arbitration of scientific articles in Al-Misbahiya magazine: Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences Saiss – Fez :

The title of the article: “Germany and customs reforms in a protection Morocco”.

 

– Arbitration of scientific articles in the Journal of the History and Geography Division: The Interdisciplinary College – Taza:

The first issue of the magazine: 2014

The second issue of the magazine: 2015

The third issue of the magazine: 2016

 

 

B.4: Radiation, Openness, Innovation and Valuation
B.4: Radiation, Openness, Innovation and Valuation

4-1: Activating structures for interaction with the socio-economic environment, and organizing scientific events: (presenting the brochure corresponding to the demonstration, with the necessity to include the name of the candidate as an official or member)

 

 contribute to the organization of the activities of the Foundation Radiation:

(Study days, conferences, seminars, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, or continuing training)

 

At the international level:

* Official: No

– Member of the Preparatory Committee for the First International Conference organized by the International Union of Historians for Development, Culture and Social Sciences, under the title:

 Parliamentary system , the development of the Arab and constitutional legal historical political study compared daily: 16 – 17 May 2017 Baghdad. 

 

1- Uri Lahcen (Coordinator of an International Symposium), on the topic: “Taza and its Badia through Foreign Archives and Local Documentary Heritage” organized by the Research Laboratory on Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations at the Interdisciplinary College – Taza, in partnership with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Bin Abdullah University, and the Council With the support of the Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate region, the urban community of Taza, the National Institute for Scientific Research, the Mediterranean Archive, Studies and Research Laboratory,

(On October 19-20, 2012).

 

 

2- Uri Lahcen (Coordinator of an International Symposium), on the topic: “Colonial Experiences in North Africa and Human Rights  , organized by the Research Laboratory in Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations in partnership with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah University, the Interdisciplinary College – Taza, and the National Council for Human Rights The Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad, the Ministry of Culture, the National Institute for Scientific Research, the Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate destination, the Maghareb Center for the Humanitarian Meeting and the Urban Community of Taza, the Morocco Archive Foundation, the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services in Taza .

(On 29-30 November 2013).

3- Uri Lahcen (Coordinator of an International Symposium , “Maghreb Employment Abroad and National and Political Work during the Two World Wars  , organized by the Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations Laboratory at the Interdisciplinary College – Taza – in partnership with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah University, the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad and the National Council for Rights With the support of the Taza-Taounate-Al Hoceima region, the National Council for Scientific Research, the Moroccan Archives Foundation and the Regional Directorate of Culture, on December 9-10, 2014.

5- Uri Lahcen: “The battle for independence between the political parties, the Liberation Army and the Sultan Muhammad bin Yusuf”, an intellectual symposium organized by the Agdal Fez provincial council on the occasion of the fortieth anniversary of the launch of the triumphant Green March and the sixtieth anniversary of Morocco’s acquisition of its independence, under the slogan: “Morocco from independence to The battle for unity is a promising development path. ”(20 November 2015).

6- Uri Lahcen (Coordinator of an International Symposium , on the topic. Crafts and arts in the history of Morocco ” Organized by the Research Laboratory in Moroccan Cultural Relations in Taza, in partnership with the University of Sidi Mohamed bin Abdullah Fez, the Interdisciplinary College – Taza, the National Center for Scientific and Technical Research – Rabat , and Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate , in cooperation with the Heritage Laboratory, Study, Maintenance and Rescue – Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences of Saiss – Fez, and the Mediterranean Archives, Studies and Research Laboratory – Dahr Al-Mahraz College, Fez, (21-22 May 2015).

7- Uri Lahcen (Coordinator of the First International Forum) on the topic: “Tribal norms and accords in the history of Morocco”, organized by the Research Laboratory on Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations in Taza, in partnership with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah University – Fez, and the Interdisciplinary College – Taza, And the National Center for Scientific and Technical Research in Rabat, the Royal Institute for Amazigh Culture, the destination of Fez-Meknes, the Sahara Center for Field Studies and Research, the Regional Council of Taza, the regional branch of the Society for People of the World Mountains of Sefrou, and the Basis Association for Culture, Heritage and Development.

(On October 13-14, 2016).

 

8- Uri Lahcen: (Member of the Organizational Committee). On the topic: “The Linguistic Reality of Morocco: Linguistic Description and Preparation of Lexicons”, an international symposium, organized by the Linguistic Research and Studies Group at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Zahr Al-Mahraz Fez and the Research Team in Language and Literature of the Laboratory of Moroccan-Iberian Relations at the Interdisciplinary College of Taza, in cooperation with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Bin Abdullah, (Days 15-16-17 November 2011).

 At the national level:

* Responsible: Yes

1- Uri Lahcen, (scientific contribution) “Fez municipality archive, an intangible heritage to study the history of the city in the protection phase (1912-1956), the seventh session of the Mediterranean Fez Book Festival, organized by the Foundation of the Book Club in Morocco in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and the Fez City Council, under the slogan Fez, Cradle of Arab-Islamic Civilization: Cosmic Extensions (14-18 March 2015).

2- Uri Lahcen, (Scientific Contribution and Member of an Organizational Committee),  Allama Abu Ali Al-Yousi and his Scientific Journey”, a scientific symposium, organized by the Research Laboratory on Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations at the Interdisciplinary College – Taza in coordination with the El Hassan El-Yousi Rehabilitation Secondary School Ait Ishaq and the Association of Fathers, Mothers and Guardians The students, on the topic “Al-Hassan Al-Yousi Ibn Masoud: the Scholar, the Literary and the Sufi… One of the Poles of the Dalai Corner” (April 17-18, 2015).

3- Uri Lahcen (scholarly contribution), “Reading in a book: Sources from the Manuscript Military Heritage in Morocco”, commemorating the International Day of Museums, organized by the Regional Prosecutor of the High Commission for Ancient Resisters and Members of the Liberation Army in cooperation with the Mediterranean Archives, Studies and Research Laboratory, Faculty of Arts, Al-Mahraz Fez and Lab Search Moroccan Mediterranean cultural relations Faculty of Arts Sais Fez and the Association of Friends of Fez, on the topic: “read in the book: sources of the manuscript military heritage in Morocco” , (on 14 May 2015).

4- Uri Lahcen: A national symposium: “Experiences of historical writing about the Moroccan city”, organized by the Interdisciplinary College of Taza in cooperation with the Department of History and Geography, in partnership with the Research Laboratory in Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations, the Moroccan Association for Historical Research and with the support of the Taza workers and the urban community of Taza On the subject of: ”(17 December 2014) (Member of the Organizational Committee).

5- Uri Lahcen: (Member of the Organizing Committee) at a national symposium on the topic: “The Elite Industry in the History of the Islamic West”, organized by the Interdisciplinary College of Taza in cooperation with the Department of History and Geography and in partnership with the Research Laboratory in Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations (on December 06, 2013). ).

6- Uri Lahcen: (Member of the Organizing Committee), on the topic: “The Linguistic Reality of Morocco: Linguistic Description and Preparation of Lexicons”, an international symposium, organized by the Research and Linguistic Studies Group of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Zahr Al-Mahraz Fez and the Research Team in Language and Literature of the Laboratory of Moroccan-Iberian Relations In the Interdisciplinary College of Taza, in cooperation with the Presidency of Sidi Mohamed Bin Abdullah University, (days 15-16-17 November 2011).

7- Uri Lahcen (Member of the Organizing Committee), a national symposium on the topic: “Cultural Heritage and Valuation Mechanisms”, organized by the research pole, Dialogue of Civilizations and Cultural Heritage – Sidi Muhammad Bin Abdullah University, (on 25-26 October 2016).

🗷        – Membership in scientific bodies and civil society

Membership in research groups and completed scientific projects

1- Member of the Moroccan Association for Historical Research.

2- Director of the Research Lab on Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations in Taza

3- Head of a research team: History and Heritage of the Maghreb Countries, at the Research Laboratory of Moroccan-Mediterranean Cultural Relations in Taza

4- A member of the research project team “The Regional Archives House” who works on arranging and maintaining the archives of the Fez-Meknes region, coordinated by Professor Brigadier Mohamed Bouboubout (the project completion period is 3 years 2017-2020).

5- Member of the research pole, Dialogue of Civilizations and Cultural Heritage at the University of Sidi Mohamed bin Abdullah – Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences – Saiss – Fez

6- Member of the General Secretariat of the International Federation of Historians for Development, Culture and Social Sciences – Denmark.

7- Vice President of the International Mountain People Association, Sefrou Branch

8- President of the Assayes Association for Culture, Heritage and Development in Fez.

Languages :    

1- Arabic

2- French

3- English

4- Italian (reading – elementary composition)

5- Portuguese (reading – initial composition)