Mohammed Al-Maazuz is a Moroccan writer and researcher, born in 1959. He obtained a doctorate in Political Anthropology from the Sorbonne University in 1991 and a doctorate in Arabic Thought (Philosophy) from Mohammed V University in Rabat, in 1999. He has published numerous books in the field of political anthropology in both Arabic and French, including Islam and Politics (2001), Aesthetics in Classical Arabic Thought (2002) and Political Preoccupations: Documenting Standpoints (2016).

His 2007 novel The Flutter of Seasons won the Moroccan Book Prize of the same year. And his novel What Sin Caused her to Die? was shortlisted for the IPAF 2019, and excerpted in Banipal 64 (pring 2019).

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Banipal 64 - A Rebel named Hanan al-Shaykh (2019)