A case study of how museums are vehicles for female empowerment in Morocco, and the author gives advice on how to better utilize museums to benefit women culturally, politically, economically, and personally. This book documents the development of museums as agents for women's empowerment in Morocco and how the existing programming and physical facilities of museums can be effectively used to benefit women culturally, politically, economically, and personally. Also, identified are the relevant issues of public/private space, discrimination, image reinterpretation, global awareness and gender equality. It concludes that Moroccan society is slowly becoming 'feminized' due to the emergence of women as civil servants, curators, political activists, voters and participants in the higher educational system.
1. Women in Moroccan Society Legends, Education, Feminism, Identity, Language, Literacy; 2. Women in the Moroccan Workforce; 3. Women in Museums Career Choice, Benefits of Museum Employment for Women, Pioneers, Curators and Administrators; 4. Museums as Public Space Museums as Definition, Purpose; 5. History and Development of Museums in Morocco.