Driss Maghraoui is an Associate Professor of history and international relations at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco. Maghraoui is a founding member of the Arab Council for the Social Sciences and currently serves on its board of trustees. He is also a founding member of the Rabat Social Studies Institute in Morocco. He is the co-editor of Reforms in the Arab World: the Experience of Morocco , Mediterranean Politics, 2009 and the editor of Revisiting the Colonial Past in Morocco , 2013 by Routledge and more recently co-editor L’immigration au Maroc : les défis de l’intégration, Fondation Heinrich Böll and Rabat Social Studies Institute, 2017.
His most recent publications include: “Searching for Normalization: The Party of Justice and Development in Morocco”, in Julie Chernov and Mecham Quinn Mecham (Ed.) Strategies and Behavior of Islamist Political Parties: Comparative Lessons from Asia and the Middle East, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014, and “Morocco: Obedience, Civil Resistance, and Dispersed Solidarities” in Civil Resistance in the Arab World, Triumphs and Disasters edited by Adam Roberts, Oxford University Press, 2016.