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Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Middle East - History,
  • Race And Ethnic Relations,
  • History - General History,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Middle East - Israel,
  • Middle Eastern,
  • Political History,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / Middle Eastern,
  • Middle East - General,
  • Ethnic identity,
  • History and criticism,
  • Identity,
  • Israel,
  • Israeli literature,
  • Jews,
  • Palestinian Arabs

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKamal Abdel-Malek (Editor), David C. Jacobson (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9556403M
    ISBN 100312219784
    ISBN 109780312219789

    IPCRI - Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information (Hebrew: איפקרי; Arabic: ايبكري ‎) is a joint Israeli/Palestinian NGO and public policy think tank based in Jerusalem working towards building partnerships in Israel/Palestine. Under shared Israeli-Palestinian leadership, IPCRI carries out research and projects in various fields from economic development to Location: Jerusalem. Book records Palestinian art history. In the process of seeking an alternative to the Zionist account regarding the creation of her own country, Israeli .

    11 Adumbrations of the Israeli 'Identity Crisis' in Hebrew Literature of the s." In Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature. Edited by Kamal Abdel-Malek and David C. Jacobson. New York: St. Martin's Press, "Perspective Then and Now" (on Hayim Be'er's ljavalim). Modern Hebrew Literature 24 (). In , the term "Palestinian" refers only to the Arab population of the British Mandate for Palestine and their decedents. A discussion of the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict requires a more precise term than "Palestinian." All of the history books refer to the group as "Palestinian Arabs." --GHcool , 8 March (UTC).

    The United Nations, the European Union, International Committee of the Red Cross, and the government of the United Kingdom all refer to the "Occupied Palestinian Territory" or "Occupied Palestinian Territories".. The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Dore Gold have objected to the use of the term "Occupied Palestinian Territories". The phrase "occupied Palestine" has been Demonym(s): Palestinians, Israeli/Jewish settlers. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is characterized by the intersection and collision of a multiplicity of religious, cultural, and national identities (Lewis, ), which results in at least tw o Author: Phillip L. Hammack.


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Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature Download PDF EPUB FB2

Scholars from the fields of literature, history, political science, and sociology exchange new insights into how the Arab Israeli conflict affected Israeli and Palestinian concepts of identity.

This multi- disciplinary approach allows the essayists to interweave a variety of sources. The book as a whole is a roundtable discussion exploring the history that has shaped Palestinian and Israeli identities, the literature that reflects--and indeed that also has shaped--these identities.

It is an exceptionally perceptive and timely achievement that helps explain present realities regarding these competing, overlapping and.

Get this from a library. Israeli and Palestinian identities in history and literature. [Kamal Abdel-Malek; David C Jacobson;] -- "In this volume, Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature book from the fields of literature, history, political science, and sociology come together to exchange new insights on the Arab-Israeli conflict.

They examine how events in the. BOOK REVIEW BOOK REVIEW BOOK REVIEW BOOK REVIEW BOOK REVIEW BOOK REVIEW Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature David C. Jacobson and Kamal Abdel-Malek, Editors New York: St. Martin's Press, (xxii + pages, bibliography, index) $55 (cloth) Reviewed by Ariel Moriah Blumenthal_.

In this volume, scholars from the fields of literature, history, political science, and sociology come together to exchange new insights on the Arab Israeli conflict. They examine how events in the region since the s have affected Israeli and Palestinian concepts of identity, on either side of the cease fire lines of and in exile.

Novel perspectives on Israeli-Palestinian conflict Mr. Rothman-Zecher feels that in his novel “the identities are much more woven and. Grounded in over a century of literature that spans the social sciences, Hammack's analysis of young Israeli and Palestinian lives captures the complex, dynamic relationship among politics, history, and identity and offers a provocative and audacious proposal Cited by: Book Description: By revisiting the past hundred years of shared Palestinian and Jewish-Israeli history, Baruch Kimmerling reveals surprising relations of influence between a stateless indigenous society and the settler-immigrants who would later form the state of Israel.

‘P is for Palestine’ children’s picture book ignites controversy in New York Some Jewish parents deeply troubled by attacks on author. Read the full-text online edition of Israeli and Palestinian Identities in Dialogue: The School for Peace Approach (). the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and relations between Jews and Arabs within Israel.

I then address crosscultural encounter as an educational approach employed to cope with conflicts around the globe.

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The Palestinian-Jewish Author Rocking America's Literary Scene. Hannah Lillith Assadi’s debut novel is a fraught tangle of identities: a Palestinian father who moved to the Arizona desert because it reminded him of home, a worried Jewish mother and a stormy, almost sinister life in New : Tzach Yoked.

For example, Egyptian literature is that literature produced in Egypt. This too was the case for Palestinian literature up to the Arab-Israeli war, but following the Palestinian Exodus of it has become "a literature written by Palestinians" regardless of their residential y: 80, In this book Rouhana, a political psychologist, presents a thoughtful study of Israel's Palestinian minority and a devastating social critique of the Jewish state.

It is a well-written analysis with a clear mission: Israel should be transformed from an exclusionary, ethnic to a civic, non-Jewish state in order to render its treatment of the.

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An Arab Israeli living in Jerusalem, he was a weekly columnist for Haaretz, writing acerbic and humorous accounts about being Palestinian in an Israeli world. This book is taken from his weekly columns showing the trajectory of his emotional relationship with the "illogical" world that he lives in.

Currently he is on sabbatical teaching in 4/5. Diasporic Activism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict reveals the various factors which contribute to the diversity of diasporic activism, focusing on case studies of how Jewish and Arab-American organisations in the US involve themselves in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, together with some brief discussion of the European-Jewish case.

Israeli and Palestinian Narratives of Conflict is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to make sense of today's headlines.

Discover the world's research 17+ million members. - Issa J. Boullata, McGill University, Montreal, World Literature in Review ‘The book’s breadth of scope, lucidity of narrative, and mixture of literary registers make it stand out within the rich literature on the subject as a unique multiauthor Palestinian book of genesis/exodus.’ - Ahman Diab, Journal of Palestine Studies.

He is co-editor (with Kamal Abdel-Malek) of Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature (St. Martin's Press, ); Beyond Political Messianism: The Poetry of Second-Generation Religious Zionist Settlers (Academic Studies Press, ); and The Charm of Wise Hesitancy: Talmudic Stories in Contemporary Israeli Culture (Academic.

He is co-editor (with Kamal Abdel-Malek) of Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature and co-editor (with William Cutter) of History and Literature: New Readings of Jewish Texts in Honor of Arnold J.

Band. He is currently writing a book on the resurgence of interest in rabbinic legends in contemporary Israeli culture.This book is an unparalleled, invaluable account of the identities, motivations, struggles, and pain of Israeli and Palestinian youth." -- Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, Research Professor, Department of Psychology, Clark University, and author ofEmerging Adulthood: The Winding Road from the Late Teens Throughthe Twenties "Hammack's book is a risky.The Israeli-Palestinian conflict escalated in when Israel invaded Lebanon to destroy the powerful military and political infrastructure the PLO had built in that shattered country.

The PLO was defeated and “exiled” from Lebanon, but Israel was internally torn asunder as a majority of Israelis came to view this war as unnecessary—its.