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Israel-Palestine Conflict Bibliography

Updated March 8, 2017

In response to the Courses of AAA Action Concerning Israel-Palestine approved by the AAA Executive Board in May 2016, the Committee on World Anthropologies has developed and is maintaining an up-to-date international bibliography of relevant sources on Israel-Palestine (as part of the existing World Anthropologies Bibliography project).

The Committee on World Anthropologies considers this a living document and we invite readers to offer additional references in the comment section at the bottom of this page.


Abowd, Thomas Philip. 2014. Colonial Jerusalem: The Spatial Construction of Identity and Difference in a City of Myth, 1948-2012. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

———. 2007. “National Boundaries, Colonial Spaces: The Gendered Politics of Residential Life in Contemporary Jerusalem”. Anthropology Quarterly 80(4):997-1034.

Abufarha, Nasser, 2009. The Making of a Human Bomb: An Ethnography of Palestinian Resistance. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Abulof, Uriel. 2014. “National Ethics in Ethnic Conflicts: The Zionist ‘Iron Wall’ and the ‘Arab Question’”. Ethnic and Racial Studies 37(14): 2653-69.

Abu El-Haj, Nadia. 2012. The Genealogical Science: The Search for Jewish Origins and the Politics of Epistemology (Chicago studies in practices of meaning). Chicago; London: The University of Chicago Press.

———. 2001. Facts on the Ground: Archeological Practice and Territorial Self-Fashioning in Israeli Society. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

———. 1998. “Translating Truths: Nationalism, the Practice of Archaeology, and the Remaking of Past and Present in Contemporary Jerusalem”. American Ethnologist 25(2): 166-188.

Abu El-Haj, Nadia and Susan Slyomovics. 2016. “An Open Letter to the American Anthropologist and Responses. Anthropology News 57(5): 39-41.

Abu-Lughod, Lila. 1989. “Zones of the Theory in Anthropology of the Arab World”. Annual Review of Anthropology 18: 267-306.

---(ed.). 1971. Transformation of Palestine: Essay on the Origin and Development of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Chicago: Northwestern University Press.

Adelman, Madelaine. 2016. Battering States: The Politics of Domestic Violence in Israel. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

———. 2005. Domestic Violence in Israel. In Suad Joseph (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Volumes I-VI. Pp. 92-93. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Pub.

———. 2003. “The Military, Militarism and the Militarization of Domestic Violence”. Violence Against Women: An Interdisciplinary and International Journal 9(9): 1118-1152.

———. 2000. “No Way Out: Divorce-Related Domestic Violence in Israel”. Violence Against Women: An Interdisciplinary and International Journal 6(11): 1223-1254.

Adelman, Madelaine & Miriam Elman (eds). 2014. Jerusalem: Conflict and Cooperation in a Contested City. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

Adelman, Madelaine, Edna Erez & Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian. 2003. “Policing Violence against Minority Women in Multicultural Societies: “Community” and the Politics of Exclusion”. Police & Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law Enforcement and Criminology 7:105-133.

Allan, Diana. 2013. Refugees of the Revolution Experiences of Palestinian Exile. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Allen, Lori. 2013. The Rise and Fall of Human Rights: Cynicism and Politics in Occupied Palestine. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

———. 2012. “The Scale of Occupation: ‘Operation Cast Lead’ and the Targeting of the Gaza Strip”. Critique of Anthropology 32(3): 261-84.

———. 2009. “Mothers of Martyrs and Suicide Bombers: The Gender of Ethical Discourse in the Second Intifada”. Arab Studies Journal 17(1): 32-61.

———. 2009. “Martyr Bodies in the Media: Human Rights, Aesthetics, and the Politics of Immediation in the Palestinian Intifada”. American Ethnologist 36(1): 161-180.

———. 2008. “Getting by the occupation: How violence became normal during the second Palestinian intifada.” Cultural Anthropology 23: 453-487.

———. 2006. “The Polyvalent Politics of Martyr Commemorations in the Palestinian Intifada”. History & Memory 18(2): 107-138.

———. 2004. “Palestinian Children: Dying to Live”. American Anthropologist 106: 10-11.

Amrami, Galia Plotkin. 2016. “Competing Etiologies of Trauma and the Meditation of Political Suffering: The Disengagement from the Gaza Strip and West Bank in Secular and Religious Therapeutic Narratives”. Ethos 44(3):289-312.

Antonius, Soraya. 1979. “Fighting on Two Fronts: Conversations with Palestinian Women”. Journal of Palestine Studies 8(3): 26-45.

Aran, Gideon. 1991. Jewish Zionist Fundamentalism: The Bloc of the Faithful in Israel (Gush Emunim). In Fundamentalisms Observed. M. E. Marty and R. S. Appleby, eds. Pp. 265-344. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Asad, Talal. 1975. “Anthropological Texts and Ideological Problems: An Analysis of Cohen on Arab Villages in Israel”. Economy and Society 4(3): 251-81.

Atran, Scott. 1989. “The Surrogate Colonization of Palestine, 1917-1939”. American Ethnologist 16(4): 719-744.

Avni, Ronit. 2006. “Mobilizing Hope: Beyond the Shame-Based Model in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”. American Anthropologist 108(1): 205-14.

Azoulay, Ariella. 2015. “The Lethal Art of Portraiture”. Photography and Culture 8(2): 213-26.



Bekerman, Zvi. 2004. “Potential and Limitations of Multicultural Education in Conflict-Ridden Areas: Bilingual Palestinian-Jewish Schools in Israel”. Teachers College Record 106(3): 574-610.

———. 2003. “Reshaping Conflict through School Ceremonial Events in Israeli Palestinian-Jewish Coeducation”. Anthropology and Education Quarterly 34(2): 205-24.

Ben-Rafael, Eliezer. 1998. “Arab Citizenship in Israel”. Ethnic and Racial Studies 21(3): 579-85.

Ben-Ze’ev, Efrat. 2002. “The Palestinian Village of Ijzim during the 1948 War: Forming an Anthropological History through Villagers’ Accounts and Army Documents”. History and Anthropology 13(1): 13-30.

Besnier, Niko. 2015. “European Anthropology and Israel/Palestine”. Social Anthropology 23(4): 501-3.

Bilu, Yoram. 2009. The Saints’ Impresarios: Dreamers, Healers, and Holy Men in Israel’s Urban Periphery. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press.

Bilu, Yoram and Eliezer Witztum. 2000. “War-Related Loss and Suffering in Israeli Society: An Historical Perspective”. Israel Studies 5(2): 1-31.

Bishara, Amahl. 2015. “Driving while Palestinian in Israel and the West Bank: The Politics of Disorientation and the Routes of a Subaltern Knowledge. American Ethnologist 42(1): 33-54.

———. 2012. Back Stories: U.S. News Production & Palestinian Politics. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

———. 2008. “Watching US Television from the Palestinian Street: The Media, the State, and Representational Interventions”. Cultural Anthropology 23(3): 4888-530.

———. 2006. “Local Hands, International News, Palestinian Journalist and the International Media”. Ethnography 7(March, no.1): 19-46.

Bisharat, George. 1997. “Exile in Compatriot: Transformations in the Social Identity of Palestinian Refugees in the West Bank”. In Culture, Power, Place: Explorations in Critical Anthropology. A. Gupta and J. Ferguson, eds. Pp. 203-33. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

———. 1989. Palestinian Lawyers and Israeli Rule: Law and order in the West Bank. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Bornstein, Avram. 2002. Crossing the Green Line Between the West Bank and Israel. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania.

———. 2001. “Ethnography and the Politic of Prisoners in Palestine-Israel”. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 30: 546-74.

Bowman, Glenn. 2006. “A Death Revisited: Solidarity and Dissonance in a Muslim-Christian Palestinian Community”. In Memory and Violence in the Middle East and North Africa, U. Makdisi and P. Silverstein, Eds. Pp. 27-49.

Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

———. 1996. “Passion, Power and Politics in a Palestinian Market”. In The Tourist Image: Myths and Myth Making in Tourism, T. Selwyn, Ed. Pp. 83-103. New York: Wiley.

Boyarin, Jonathan. 1991. “Jewish Ethnography and the Question of the Book.” Anthropological Quarterly 4: 14-29.

Braverman, Irus. “Uprooting Identities: The Regulation of Olive Trees in the Occupied West Bank”. Political and Legal Anthropology 32(2): 237-264.

Brin, Eldad. 2006. “Politically-Oriented Tourism in Jerusalem”. Tourist Studies 6(3): 215-43.

Brym, Robert. 2012. “Collective and State Violence in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: The Limits of Classical Rational-Choice Theory”. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 49(3): 233-46.

Buch Segal, Lotte. 2016. No Place for Grief Martyrs, Prisoners, and Mourning in Contemporary Palestine. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

———. 2016. “Ambivalent Attachment-Melancholia and Political Activism in Contemporary Palestine: Ambivalent Attachment”. Ethos 44(4): 464-484.

———. 2015. “The Burden of Being Exemplary: National Sentiments, Awkward Witnessing, and Womanhood in Occupied Palestine”. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 21(S1): 30-46.



Calis, Irene. 2017. “Routine and Rapture: The Everyday Workings of Abyssal (Dis)order in the Palestinian Food Basket”. American Ethnologist.

Cesari, Chiara De. 2010. “Creative Heritage: Palestinian Heritage NGOs and Defiant Arts of Government”. American Anthropologist 112(4): 625-637.

Clarke, Richard. 2000. “Self-presentation in a Contested City: Palestinian and Israeli Political Tourism in Hebron”. Anthropology Today 16:12-18.

Coleman, Simon. 2002. “From the Sublime to the Meticulous: Art, Anthropology and Victorian Pilgrimage to Palestine.” History and Anthropology 13(4): 275-290.

Collins, John. 2004. Occupied by Memory. New York: New York University Press.



Dabbagh, Nadia Taysir. 2004. “Narrative Expressions of Despair Under Occupation”. Anthropology and Medicine 11(2): 201-21.

Dajani, Omar M. 2015. “The Middle East’s Majority Problems: Minoritarian Regimes and the Rest of Democracy”. Ethnic and Racial Studies 38(14): 2516-33.

Dalsheim, Joyce. 2013. “Anachronism and Morality: Israeli Settlement, Palestinian Nationalism and Human Liberation”. Theory, Culture and Society 30(3): 29-60.

———. 2011. Unsettling Gaza: Secular Liberalism, Radical Religion, and the Israeli Settlement Project. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dalsheim, Joyce and Assaf Harel. 2009. “Representing Settlers.” Review of Middle East Studies 43(2): 219-238.

Darwish, M. 2004. Al-A’amal al-Jadidah. Beirut: Riad Al-Rayyes Books. (Arabic)

Davis, Rochelle. 2010. Palestinian Village Histories: Geographies of the Displaced. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Deeb, Lara and Jessica Winegar. 2012. “Anthropologies of Arab-Majority Societies”. Annual Review of Anthropology 41: 537-58.

Deshen, S. A. 1992. “Applied Anthropology in International Conflict Resolution: The Case of the Israeli Debate on Middle Eastern Settlement Proposals”. Human Organization 51(2): 180-4.

Drake, Anna and Allison McCulloch. 2013. “Deliberating and Learning Contentious Issues: How Divided Societies Represent Conflict in History Textbooks”. Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 13(3): 277-94.



Eaton, Emily Marie. 2015. “Let’s all Meet in Palestine”. Dialectical Anthropology 39(4): 423-32.

Erdreich, Lauren. 2006. “Marriage Talk: Palestinian Women, Intimacy and the Liberal Nation-State”. Ethnography 7: 493-523.

———. 2006. “Degendering the Honor/Care Conflation: Palestinian Israeli University Women’s Appropria-tions of Independence”. Ethos 34(1): 132-164.

Erdreich, Lauren and Tamar Rapoport. 2006. “Reading the Power of Spaces: Palestinian Israeli Women at the Hebrew University”. City & Society 18(1): 116-150.

———. 2002. “Elaborating Ethnonational Awareness via Academic Literacy: Palestinian Israeli Women at the University”. Anthropology & Education Quarterly 33(4): 492-515.

Espanioly, Nabila. “Violence against Women: A Palestinian Women’s Perspective; Personal is Political.” Women’s Studies International Forum. 20, no. 5/6(1997): 587-592.

Evans, Matt. 2011. “Exacerbating Social Cleavages: The Media’s Roel in Israel’s Religious-Secular Conflict”. Middle East Journal 65(2): 235-51.



Faier, Elizabeth. 2004. Organizations, Gender, and the Culture of Palestinian Activism in Haifa, Israel. New York, NY. Routledge.

———. 2002. “Domestic Matters: Feminism and Activism Among Palestinian Women in Israel”. In Ethnography in Unstable Places. Carol J. Greenhouse, Elizabeth Mertz, and Kay Warren, Eds. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

———. 2002. “Gaza City”. In Encyclopedia of Urban Cultures. Milton and Carol Embers, Eds. Human Research and Area Files in conjunction with Grolier Publishing.

———. 1998. “Global Moderns: Democracy Discourses and Palestinian Social Activism in Haifa, Israel. Annual Review of City and Society 140: 149-66.

———. 1997. “Looking in/acting Out: Gender, Modernity and the (Re)production of the Palestinian Family”. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 20(2): 1-15.

Fassin, Didier. 2008. “The Humanitarian Politics of Testimony: Subjectification through Trauma in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”. Cultural Anthropology 23: 531-58.

Feige, Michael. 2013. “The Meaning of Home for Gush Emunim Families.” The Journal of Israeli History 32(1): 109-126.

———.2009. Settling in the Hearts: Jewish Fundamentalism in the Occupied Territories. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Fleischman, Yonina, Sarah S. Willen, Nadav Davidovitch and Zohar Mor. 2015. “Migration as a Social Determinant of Health for Irregular Migrants: Israel as Case Study”. Social Science & Medicine 147: 89-97.

Feldman, Ilana. 2010. “Ad Hoc Humanity: UN Peacekeeping and the Limits of International Community in Gaza”. American Anthropologist 112(3): 416-429.

———. 2008. Governing Gaza: Bureaucracy, Authority, and the Work of Rule, 1917-1967. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

———. 2007. “Difficult Distinctions: Refuge Law, Humanitarian Practice and Political Identification in Gaza. Cultural Anthropology 22: 129-69.

———. 2006. “Home as a Refrain: Remembering and Living Displacement in Gaza”. History & Memory 18: 10-47.

Feldman, Jackie. 2014. “Introduction: Contested Narratives of Stories Places – the Holy Lands.” Religion and Society: Advances in Research 5: 106-127.

———. 2007. “Constructing a Shared Bible Land: Jewish Israeli Guiding Performances for Protestant Pilgrims.” American Ethnologist 34(2): 351-374.

Forte, Tania. 2001. “Shopping in Jenin: Women, Homes and Political Persons in the Galilee. Annual Review of City and Society 13: 211-43.

Frauer, Christine. 2001-2002. “Bis Zum Letzten Tropfen”. Pogrom 222(6): 30-2. (German)

Friedman-Peleg, Karen and Yehuda Goodman. 2010. “From Posttrauma Intervention to Immunization of the Social Body: Pragmatics and Politics of a Resilience Program in Israel’s Periphery”. Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry 34(3):421-442.

Furani, Khaled. 2008. “Rhythms of the Secular: The Politics of Modernizing Arab Poetic Forms”. American Ethnologist 35: 290-307.

Furani, Khaled and Dan Rabinowitz. 2011. “The Ethnographic Arriving of Palestine”. Annual Review in Anthropology 40: 475-91.



Gabiam, Nell. 2012. “When ‘Humanitarianism’ Becomes ‘Development’: The Politics of International Aid in Syria’s Palestinian Refugee Camps”. American Anthropologist 114(1): 95-107.

Gill, Lesley. 2016. “Ethnography at its Edges: Compulsory Zionism, Free Speech, and Anthropology”. American Ethnologist 43(3): 555-559.

Ginat, Joseph. 1987. Blood Disputes among Bedouins and Rural Arabs in Israel: Revenge, Mediation, Outcast and Family Honor. Pittsburgh/Jerusalem: University of Pittsburgh Press in cooperation with Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies.

———. 1982. Women in Muslim Rural Society: Status and Role in Family and Community. New Brunswick: Transaction.

Ginat, Joseph and Edward Perkins (eds). 2001. The Palestinian Refugees: Old Problems- New Solutions. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.

Goldberg, Harvey. 1976. "Anthropology in Israel." Current Anthropology 8: 119-121.

Golden, Deborah. 2001. “‘Now, Like Real Israelis, Let’s Stand Up and Sing’: Teaching the National Language to Russian Newcomers in Israel”. Anthropology & Education Quarterly 32(1): 52-79.

Goodman, Yehuda. 2009. “’You Look, Thank God, Quite Good on the Outside’: Imitations the Ideal Self in a Jewish Ultra Orthodox Rehabilitation Site”. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 23(2): 122-141.

Goodman, Yehuda and Joseph Loss. 2009. "The Other as Brother: Nation Building and Ethnic Ambivalence in Early Jewish-Israeli Anthropology." Anthropological Quarterly 82 (2): 477-508.

Goodman, Yehuda and Nissim Mizrachi. 2008. “‘The Holocaust does not Belong to European Jews Alone”: The Differential use of Memory Techniques in Israeli High Schools”. American Ethnologist 35(1): 95-114.

Grassiani, Erella. 2013. Soldering Under Occupation: Processes of Numbing among Israeli Soldiers in the Al-Aqsa Intifada. New York: Berghahn.

Greenberg, Jason S. 1997. “Representing the State: Class, Race and Nationhood in an Israeli Museum”. Visual Anthropology Review 13(1): 14-27.

Grinberg, Lev. 2003. “A Historical Slip of the Tongue, or What Can the Arab-Jewish Transportation Strike Teach us about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?”. International Journal of Middle East Studies 35(3): 371-91.

Gur-Ze’ev, Ilan and Ilan Pappe. 2003. “Beyond the destruction of the Other’s Collective Memory: Blueprints for a Palestinian/ Israeli Dialogue”. Theory, Culture and Society 20(1): 93-108.



Habashi, Janette. 2012. “Palestinian Children: Authors of Collective Memory”. Children & Society 27(6): 421-433.

Hackl, Andreas. 2016. “An Orchestra of Civil Resistance: Privilege, Diversity and Identification among Cross-Border Activists in a Palestinian Village”. Peace & Change 41(2): 167-193.

———. 2016. Palästinenser in Tel Aviv: Grenzziehungen und Grenzbrüche in der Stadt der »Anderen«,“ in Picard, Jacques; Chakkalakal, Silvy; Andris, Silke: Grenzen aus Kulturwissenschaftlichen Perspektiven. Berlin: Panama.[Palestinians in Tel Aviv: Drawing Boundaries and Crossing Boundaries in the City of the Others] (German)

Hage, G. 2003. “Comes a Time we are all Enthusiasm: Understanding Palestinian Suicide Bombers in Times of Exigophobia”. Public Culture 15: 65-89.

Haidar, Aziz. 2001. “The Impact of National Conflict and Peace on the Formation of the Image of the Other: How Palestinians and Israel Perceive, and are Perceived by Others”. Journal of Mediterranean Studies 11(1): 67-87.

Hajjar, Lisa. 2005. Courting Conflict: The Israeli Military Court System in the West Bank and Gaza. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Halper, Jeff. 2015. War Against the People: Israel, the Palestinians and Global Pacification. London: Pluto Press.

———. 2011. “The Policy of House Demolitions in East Jerusalem: What it is, how it is done and to what end.” Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture 17(1-2): 74-82.

———. 2009. The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Challenging Slogans through Critical Reframing.

———. 2008. An Israeli in Palestine: Resisting Dispossession, Redeeming Israel. London: Pluto Press.

———. 2002. “Bantustans and Bypass Roads: The Rebirth of Apartheid?” Global Dialogue
4(3): 35-44.

———. 1997. “Resolving the Conflict: The Nation-state and the Nation in Israel/Palestine.” Palestine-Israel journal of politics, economics and culture IV (1): 65-72.

Hansson, Liv Nanna, Siri Tellier, Lotte Buch Segal and Maysoon Bseiso. 2013. “Political Fertility in the Occupied Palestinian Territory: An Ethnographic Study”. The Lancet 382(S17).

Hammami, Rema. 2015. “On (not) Suffering at the Checkpoint: Palestinian Narrative Strategies of Surviving Israel’s Carceral Geography”. Borderlands eJournal 14(1): 1-17.

———. 2004. “Attitudes towards Legal Reform of Family Law in Palestine”. In Women’s Rights and Islamic Family Law; Perspectives on Reform. Lynn Welchman, ed. London: Zed Books.

———. 2004. “On the Importance of Thugs: The Moral Economy of a Checkpoint”. Middle East Report, Summer 231:26-34.

———. 2000. “Palestinian NGOs Since Oslo: from NGO Politics to Social Movements?”. Middle East Report, Spring 214: 16-19, 27, 48.

———. 1998. “The Cultural Formation of Gender: Peasant Women’s Experiences of Work Prior to the Nakbe of 1948”. Women’s History and Alternative Memory. H. Sadda, S. Ramadan and A. Abu-Bakr, eds. Women and Memory Forum, Cairo. (Arabic)

———. 1997. “The Legacy of the Intifada in the Politics of the Present”. In The Socio-Economic Bases of Palestinian Opinion Formation. Rema Hammami and Nadir Izzat, eds. Nablus: The Center for Palestinian Research and Studies. (Arabic)

———. 1997. “Palestinian Motherhood and Political Activism in the West Bank and Gaza”. In The Politics of Motherhood: Activist Voices from Right and Left. Alexis Jetter, A. Orleck and D. Taylor, eds. Dartmouth: University Press of New England.

———. 1997. “From Immodesty to Collaboration: Hamas, the Women's Movement and National Identity in the Intifada”. Political Islam: Essays from Middle East Report. J. Beinin and J. Stork, eds. Berkeley: University of California Press.

———. 1994. Between Heaven and Earth: Transformation in Religiosity and Labor among Southern Palestinian Peasant and Refugee Women, 1920-1993. Department of Anthropology, PhD Dissertation. Philadelphia: Temple University.

———. 1990. “Women, the Hijab and the Intifada”. Middle East Report 20(3-4): 24-28.

Hammami, Rema and Salim Tamari. 2001. "The Second Uprising: End or New Beginning?" Journal of Palestine Studies 30(2 (Winter)): 5-25.

Hammer, Juliane. 2005. Palestinians Born in Exile: Diaspora and the Search for a Homeland. Austin” University of Texas.

Hassan, Manar. 2005. “Growing up Female and Palestinian in Israel.” Israeli Women’s Studies: A Reader. Esther Fuchs, ed. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Herzog, Hanna. 2005. “Homefront and Battlefront: The Status of Jewish and Palestinian Women in Israel.” Israeli Women’s Studies: A Reader. Esther Fuchs, ed. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Hirsch, Dafna. 2011. “‘Hummus is best when it is fresh and Made by Arabs’: The Gourmetization of Hummus in Israel and the Return of the Repressed Arab”. American Ethnologist 38(4): 617-630.



Jean-Klein, Iris. 2003. “Into Committees, Out of the House? Familiar Forms in the Organization if Palestinian Committee Activism during the First intifada”. American Ethnologist 30: 556-77.

———. 2001. “Nationalism and Resistance: The Two Faces of Everyday Activism in Palestine during the Intifada”. Cultural Anthropology 16(1): 83-126.

———. 2000. “Mothercraft, Statecraft, and Subjectivity in the Palestinian Intifada”. American Ethnologist 27: 100-27.



Kahn, Susan Martha. 2006. Reproducing Jews: A Cultural Account of Assisted Conception in Israel. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Kalifon, S. Zev and Malka Shabtay. 2006. “Applied Anthropology in Israel: Between Infancy and Maturity”. Annals of Anthropological Practice 25(1): 104-122.

Kanaaneh, Rhoda. 2009. Surrounded: Palestinian Soldiers in the Israeli Military. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

———. 2005. “Boys or Men? Duped or ‘Made’? Palestinian Soldiers in the Israeli Military. American Ethnologist 32: 260-75.

———. 2002. Birthing the Nation: Strategies of Palestinian Women in Israel. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Kapferer, Bruce. 2010. “The Aporia of Power: Crisis and the Emergence of the Corporate State”. Social Analysis 54(1): 125-51.

Kaplan, Danny. 2009. “The Songs of the Siren: Engineering National Time on Israeli Radio”. Cultural Anthropology 24(2): 313-345.

———. 2008. “Commemorating a Suspended Death: Missing Soldiers and National Solidarity in Israel”. American Ethnologist 35(3): 413-427.

Khattab, Nabil. 2001. “Reducing Stereotypes between Two Conflicting Groups: The Case of a Palestinian-Israeli Youth Group Project Evaluation Report”. Journal of Mediterranean Studies 11(1): 115-27.

Khalili, Laleh. 2007. Heroes and Martyrs of Palestine: The Politics of National Commemoration. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kimmerling, Baruch. 2010. Clash of Identities: Explorations in Israeli and Palestinian Societies. New York: Columbia University Press.

Kelly, Tobias. 2010. “In a Treacherous State: The Fear of Collaboration among West Bank Palestinians”. In Traitors: Suspicion, Intimacy and the Ethics of State-Building. S. Thiranagama and T. Kelly, Eds. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

———. 2008. “The Attractions of Accountancy: Living an Ordinary Life during the Second Palestinian Intifada”. Ethnography 9(3): 351-376.

———. 2006. Law, Violence, and Sovereignty Among West Bank Palestinians. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

———. 2004. “Returning Home? Law, Violence, and Displacement among West Bank Palestinians”. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 27(2): 95-112.

Keshet, Yael and Ariela Popper-Giveon. 2013. “Integrated Health Care in Israel and Traditional Arab Herbal Medicine: When Health Care Interfaces with Culture and Politics”. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 27(3): 368-384.

Koensler, Alexander. 2016. “Acts of Solidarity: Crossing and Reiterating Israeli-Palestinian Frontiers”. International Journal of Urban & Regional Research 40(2): 340-356.



Lasensky, Scott. 2004. “Paying for Peace: The Oslo Process and the Limits of American Foreign Aid”. Middle East Journal 58(2): 210-34.

Lavie, Smadar. 2014. Wrapped in the Flag of Israel: Mizrahi Single Mothers and Bureaucratic Torture. New York: Berghahn.

———. 2011. “Staying Put: Crossing the Israel-Palestine Border with Gloria Anzaldua”. Anthropology &Humanism 36(1): 101-121.

———. 2011. “Mizrahi Feminism and the Question of Palestine”. Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 7(2): 56-88.

———. 2012. “Writing Against Identity Politics: An Essay on Gender, Race, and Bureaucratic Pain”. American Ethnologist 39(4): 779-803.

———. 1991. The Poetics of Military Occupation. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Lefkowitz, Daniel. 2001. “Negotiated and Mediated Meanings: Ethnicity and Politics in Israeli Newspapers”. Anthropological Quarterly 74(4): 179-89.

———. 1995. “Constructing Affective Responses to Nationalistic Violence in Israel”. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 18(2): 105-118.

Lerer, Zeev and Sarit Amram-Katz. 2011. “The Sociology of Military Knowledge in the IDF: From Forging to Deciphering”. Israel Studies Review 26(2): 54-72.

Levy, Yagil. 2009. “Structural Bellicosity: Was the Israeli-Arab Conflict Originally Inevitable?”. Journal of Historical Sociology 22(3): 420-44.

Lomsky-Feder, Edna and Orna Sasson-Levy. 2014. “Serving the Army as Secretaries: Intersectionality, Multi-Llevel Contract and Subjective Experience of Citizenship”. British Journal of Sociology 66(1): 173-192.



Maira, Sunaina. 2013. Jil Oslo: Palestinian Hip Hop, Youth Culture and the Youth Movement. Fairfax, VA: Tadween Publishing.

Maoz, Ifat. 2011. “Does Contact Work in Protracted Asymmetrical Conflict? Appraising 20 Years of Reconciliation-Aimed Encounters between Israeli Jews and Palestinians”. Journal of Peace Research 48(1): 115-25.

Mayne, Hannah. 2015. “Zooming-in on terms and spaces: women’s perspectives and cognitive mapping in a West Bank settlement.” In The changing world religion map: sacred places, identities, practices and politics. Stanley D. Brunn, ed. New York: Springer Press.

McDonald, David A. 2009. “Poetics and the Performance of Violence in Israel/Palestine”. Ethnomusicology 53(1): 58-85.

Monterescu, Daniel. 2015. Jaffa Shared and Shattered: Contrived Coexistense in Israel/Palestine. Bloomington: University of Indiana.

———. 2009. “To Buy or Not to Be: Trespassing the Gated Community”. Public Culture 21(2): 403-30.

———. 2006. “Stranger Masculinities: Gender and Politics in a Palestinian-Israeli Third Space. In Islamic Masculinities. L. Ouzgane, Ed. Pp 123-42. London: Zed.

———. 2001. “A City of [Strangers]: The Socio-Cultural Construction of Manhood in Jaffa”. Journal of Mediterranean Studies 11(1): 159-88.

Moussalli, Ahmad S. 1999. “Suspicion and Fear of Dominance: Possible Outcomes of the Arab-Israeli Peace Process”. Bulletin: Middle East Studies Association of North America 33(2): 160-3.




Nakhleh, Khalil. 1977. “Anthropological and Sociological Studies of the Arabs in Israel: A Critique”. Journal of Palestinian Studies 6: 41-70.

———. 1975. “The Direction of Local-Level Conflict in Two Arab Villages in Israel”. American Ethnologist 2: 497-517.

Nashif, Esmail. 2008. Palestinian Political Prisoners: Identity and Community. New York: Routledge.



Ochs, Juliana. 2011. Security and Suspicion: An Ethnography of Everyday Life in Israel. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. 



Pasquetti, Silvia. 2015. “Entrapped Transnationalism: West Bank and Israeli Palestinians between Closeness and Distance”. Ethnic and Racial Studies 38(15): 2738-53.

Paz, Alejandro. 2014. “Guiding Settler Jerusalem: Voice and the Transpositions of History in Religious Zionist Pilgrimage.” Religion and Society: Advances in Research 5: 128-142.

Patai, Raphael. 2000. Journeyman in Jerusalem: Memories and Letters, 1933-1947. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press.

Perdigon, Sylvain. 2015. “‘For Us its Otherwise’: Three Sketches on Making Poverty Sensible in the Palestinian Refugee Camps of Lebanon”. Current Anthropology 56(S11): S88-S96.

Peteet, Julie. 2017. Space and Mobility in Palestine. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

———. 2005. Landscape of Hope and Despair: Palestinian Refugee Camps. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

———. 1996. “The Writing on the Walls: The Graffiti of the Intifada”. Cultural Anthropology 11: 139-59.

———. 1994. “Male Gender and Rituals of Resistance in the Palestinian ‘Intifada’: A Cultural Politics of Violence”. American Ethnologist 21:3-49.

———. 1992. Gender in Crisis: Women and the Palestinian Resistance Movement. New York: Columbia University Press.

Pirinoli, Christine. 2004. “Memoire Palestinienne et RhetoriqueVisuelle: Enjeux Politiques et Epistemologiques des Images Ethnographiques”. Tsanta: Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Ethnologischen Gesellschaft 9: 90-104.

Pitcher, Linda M. 1998. “The Devine Impatience: Ritual, Narrative and Symbolization in the Practice of Martyrdom Palestine”. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 12: 8-30.

Plotkin Amrami, Galia. 2015. “‘Danial or Faith?’ Therapy Versus Messianism in Preparing for the Evacuation of Israeli Settlements”. Anthropology& Education Quarterly 46(4): 414-430.



Qliebo, A. 1992. Before the Mountains Disappear: An Ethnographic Chronicle of the Modern Palestinians. Cairo: A Kloreus Book. 



Rabinowitz, Dan. 2010. “The Right to Refuse: Abject Theory and the Return of Palestinian Refugees”. Critical Inquiry Winter 2010: 495-516.

———. 2002. “Oriental Othering and National Identity: A Review of Early Israeli Anthropological Studies of Palestinians.”. Identities 9: 305-25.

———. 1998. Anthropology and the Palestinians. Raanana: Institute of Israeli and Arab Studies. (Hebrew)

———. 1997. Overlooking Nazareth: The Ethnography of Exclusion in Galilee. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

———. 1993. “Oriental Nostalgia: How the Palestinians became ‘Israel’s Arabs’”. Teorya Uvikoret 4: 14-152.

Rabinowitz, Dan and Khawla Abu-Baker. 2005. Coffins on Our Shoulders: The Experience of Palestinian Citizens of Israel. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Ranan, David. 2012. A Land to Die for?: Soldiers Talk and Moral Reflections of Young Israelis. UK: Theo Pres Limited.

Razon, N. 2016. “Entangled Bodies: Jews, Bedouins, and the Making of the Secular Israeli”. Medical Anthropology 35(3): 291-304.

Robinson, Shira. 2013. Citizen Strangers: Palestinians and the Birth of Israel’s Liberal Settler State. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Rosenfeld, H. 1964. “From Peasantry to Wage Labour and Residual Peasantry: The Transformation of an Arab Village”. In Process and Pattern in Culture, Ed. R. Manners, Pp. 211-34. Chicago: Aldine.

———. 1958. Processes of Structural Change within the Arab Village Family. American Anthropologist 60: 1127-39.

Rosenfeld, Maya. 2009. “From Emergency Relief Assistance to Human Development and Back: UNRWA and the Palestinian Refugees, 1950-2009”. Refugee Survey Quarterly 28(2-3): 286-317.

———. 2004. Confronting the Occupation: Work, Education, and Political Activism of Palestinian Families in a Refugee Camp. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

———. 2002. “Power Structure, Agency, and Family in a Palestinian Refugee Camp. International Journal of Middle East Studies 34: 519-51.

Rosman-Stollman, Elisheva. 2014. For God and Country?: Religious Student-Soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.

Rothenberg, Celia E. 2010. “Willful Overlooking: Stories from the Islamic Diaspora and the Palestinian West Bank”. Anthropology and Humanism 35(1): 101-111.




Saada-Ophir, Galit. 2006. “Borderland Pop: Arab Jewish Musicians and the Politics of Performance”. Cultural Anthropology 21(2): 205-233.

Sa’ar, Amalia. 2006. “Cooperation and Conflict in the Zone of Civil Society: Arab-Jewish Activism in Jaffa”. Urban Anthropology 35(1): 105-40.

———. 2001. “Lonely in Your Firm Grip: Women in Israeli-Palestinian Families”. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 7: 723-39.

———. 1998. “Carefully on the Margins: Christian Palestinians in Haifa between Nation and State”. American Ethnologist 25(2): 215-239.

Said, Edward and Christopher Hitchens. (Eds.). 2001 [1988]. Blaming the Victims: Spurious Scholarship and the Question of Palestine. New York: Verso.

Said, Edward. 2001. The End of the Peace Process; Oslo and After. New York: Vintage Books.

———. 2000. Out of Place: A Memoir. New York: Vintage Books.

———. 1995. The Politics of Dispossession: The Struggle for Palestinian Self-Determination, 1969-1994. New York: Vintage Books.

———. 1992 [1979]. The Question of Palestine. New York: Vintage Books.

———. 1988. Peace and Its Discontents: Essays on Palestine in the Middle East Peace Process. New York: Vintage Books.

———. 1979. Orientalism. New York: Vintage Books.

Sa’di, Ahmad H. 2010. “The Borders of Colonial Encounter: The Case of Israel’s Wall”. Asian Journal of Social Science 38(1): 46-59.

———. 1997. “Modernization as an Explanatory Discourse of Zionist-Palestinian Relations”. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 24(1): 25-48.

Sa’di A. and Lila Abu-Lughod. (Eds.). 2007. Nakba: Palestine, 1948, and the Claims of Memory. New York: Columbia University Press.

Sasson-Levy, Orna. 2007. “Individual Bodies, Collective State Interests: The Case of Israeli Combat Soldiers”. Men and Masculinities 10(3): 296-321.

Sasson-Levy, Orna, Yagil Levy, and Edna Lomsky-Feder. 2011. “Women Breaking the Silence: Military Service, Gender, and Antiwar Protest”. Gender & Society 25(6): 740-763.

Sayigh, Rosemary. 1995. “Palestinians in Lebanon: Harsh Present, Uncertain Future”. Journal of Palestinian Studies 25: 37-53.

———. 1981. “Roles and Functions of Arab Women: A Reappraisal”. Arab Studies Quarterly 3(3): 258-274.

———. 1979. The Palestinians: From Peasants to Revolutionaries. A People’s History. London: Zed Press.

Schenkel, Sonja. 2013. “On-/Off-Screen: Researching Film Production. The Case of Women Educating their Children on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”. Tsantsa 18: 23-33.

Schiff, Brian. 2002. “Talking about Identity: Arab Students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem”. Ethos 30(3): 273-303.

Shahar, Ido. 2013. “A Tale of Two Courts: How Organizational Ethnography Can Shed New Light on Legal Pluralism”. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 36(1): 118-137.

Shalhoub-Kevorkian, Nadera. 2014. “Living death, recovering life: psychosocial resistance and the power of the dead in East Jerusalem”. Intervention 12(1) :16-29.

Shalev, Guy. 2016. “A Doctor’s Testimony: Medical Neutrality and the Visibility of Palestinian Grievances in Jewish-Israeli Publics”. Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry 40(2): 242-62.

Shokeid, Moshe. 2015. “Newcomers at the Israeli National Table: Transforming Urban Landscapes and the Texture of Citizenship”. City & Society 27(2): 208-230.

———. 2004. "Max Gluckman and the Making of Israeli Anthropology." Ethnos 69 (3): 387-410.

Slyomovics, Susan. 1998. The Object of Memory: Arab and Jew Narrate the Palestinian Village. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

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Sorek, T. 2005. “Between Football and Martydrom: The Bi-Focal Localism of an Arab-Palestinian town in Israel”. The British Journal of Sociology 56(4): 635-61.

Stein, Rebecca. 2010. “Israeli Routes through Nakba Landscapes: An Ethnographic Meditation”. Jerusalem Quarterly 43:6-17.

———. 2008. Itineraries in Conflict: Israelis, Palestinians, and the Political Lives of Tourism. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

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Swedenburg, Ted. 1995. Memories of the Revolt: The 1936-1939 Rebellion and the Palestinian National Past. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota press.

———. 1991. “Popular Memory and the Palestinian National Past. In Golden Ages, Dark Ages: Imaging the Past in History and Anthropology, J. O’Brian and W. Roseberry, Eds. Pp. 152-79. Berkeley: University of California Press.

———. 1990. “The Palestinian Peasant as a National Signifier”. Anthropological Quarterly 63(1): 18-30.

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Swedenburg, Ted and Rebecca L. Stein. (Eds.). 2005. Palestine, Israel, and the Politics of Popular Culture. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 



Tamari, Salim. 2009. Mountain Against the Sea: Essays on Palestinian Society and Culture. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

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———. 1981. “Building other People’s Homes: The Palestinian Peasant’s Household and Work in Israel”. Journal of Palestine Studies 11: 31-66.

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Taraki, Lisa. 2008. “Enclave Micropolis: The Paradoxical Case of Ramallah/Al-Bireh.” Journal of Palestine Studies 37(4): 6-20.

Tawil-Souri, Helga. 2012. “Uneven Borders, Coloured (Im)mobilities: ID Cards in Palestine/Israel.” Geopolitics 17: 153-176.

———. 2011. “Qalandia Checkpoint as Space and Nonplace.” Space and Culture 14(1): 4-26.

———. “New Palestinian Centers: An Ethnography of the ‘Checkpoint Economy’”. International Journal of Cultural Studies 12(3): 217-235.



Van Oord, lodewijk. 2008. “The Making of the Primitive Palestine: Intellectual Origins of the Palestine-Israeli Conflict”. History and Anthropology 19(3): 209-28.

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———. 2014. “Seeing Torture Anew: A Transnational Reconceptualization of State Torture and Visual Evidence”. Stanford Journal of International Law 50(2): 281-317.

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Weiss, Erica. 2017. “Competing Ethical Regimes in a Diverse Society: Israeli Military Refusers”. American Ethnologist.

———. 2016. “Best Practices for Besting the Bureaucracy: Avoiding Military Service in Israel”. Political & Legal Anthropology Review 39(1): 19-33.

———. 2016. “Incentivized Obedience: How a Gentler Israeli Military Prevents Organized Resistance”. American Anthropologist 118(1): 91-103.

———. 2015. “Provincializing Empathy: Humanitarian Sentiment and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”. Anthropological Theory 15(3): 275-92.

———. 2012. “Principle or Pathology? Adjudicating the Right to Conscience in the Israeli Military”. American Anthropologist 114(1): 81-94.

———. 2011. “The Interrupted Sacrifice: Hegemony and Moral Crisis among Israeli Conscientious Objectors”. American Ethnologist 38(3): 576-588.

Weiss, Hadas. 2011. “Immigration and West Bank Settlement Normalization.” Political and Legal Anthropology Review 34(1): 112-130.

———. 2011. “On Values and Values in a West Bank Settlement.” American Ethnologist 38(1): 36-46.

Weizman, Eyal. 2007. Hollow Land: Israel’s Architecture of Occupation. London: Verso.

———. 2006. “Walking through Walls: Soldiers as Architects in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”. Radical Philosophy 136(March-April): 8-22.

Wick, Livia. 2011. “The Practice of Waiting Under Closure in Palestine.” City & Society 23(1): 24-44.

Willen, Sarah S. 2014. “Lighting Rods in the Local Moral Economy: Debating Unauthorized Migrants’ Deservingness in Israel”. International Migration 53(3): 70-86.

———. 2014. “Plotting a Moral Trajectory, San Papiers: Outlaw Motherhood as Inhabitable Space of Welcome”. Ethos 42(1): 84-100.

———. 2011. “How is Health-Related ‘Deservingness’ Reckoned? Perspectives from Unauthorized Im/migrants in Tel Aviv”. Social Science & Medicine 74: 812-821.

———. 2011. “Do ‘Illegal’ Im/migrants have a Right to Health? Engaging Ethical Theory as Social Practice at a Tel Aviv Open Clinic”. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 25(3): 303-30.

———. 2007. “Toward a Critical Phenomenology of ‘Illegality’: State Power, Criminalization, and Abjectivity among Undocumented Migrant Workers in Tel Aviv, Israel”. International Migration 45(3): 8-38.

———. 2005. “Birthing ‘Invisible’ Children: State Power, NGO Activism, and Reproductive Health among ‘Illegal Migrant’ Workers in Tel Aviv, Israel”. Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 1(2): 55-88.

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Zagor, Matthew. 2010. “‘I am the Law’!-Perspectives of Legality and Illegality in the Israeli Amy”. Israeli Law Review 43: 551-589.

Zaslavskaia, Mariia Borisovna. 2000. “The Jewish-Arab Conflict during the Last Fifty Years”. Izvestiia Natsional'noi Akademii Nauk Respubliki Kazakhstan (Seriia obshchestvennykh nauk) 229(5): 36-52. (Russian)



This section includes films and documentaries with a link to the trailer and in some cases, when available, access to the complete film/documentary/interview.


1996 “Chronical of a Disappearance” 

1998 “Edward Said on Orientalism” 

2001 “Promises” 

2002 “Divine Intervention” 

2002 “Rana’s Wedding” 

2003 “Checkpoint” 

2004 “Arna’s Children” 

2004 “Death in Gaza” 

2004 “Private” 

2004 “Shalom Abu Bassem” 

2004 “Peace, Propaganda, & the Promised Land” 

2005 “Paradise Now” 

2005 “Munich” 

2006 “Occupation 101: Voices of the Silenced Majority” 

2006 “Ha-Buah/The Bubble” 

2006 “Encounter Point” 

2007 “Strangers” 

2007 “To Die in Jerusalem” 

2008 “David & Fatima” 

2008 “Salt of this Sea” 

2008 Lemon Tree” 

2008 “Unsettled” 

2008 “Waltz with Bashir” 

2009 “Jaffa” 

2009 Budrus” 

2009 “The Time that Remains” 

2010 “Ajami” 

2010 “Israel vs. Israel” 

2010 “Miral” 

2011 “5 Broken Cameras” 

2011 “A Bottle in the Gaza Sea” 

2011 “The Law in These Parts” 

2012 “When I Saw You” 

2012 “Out in The Dark” 

2012 “The Gatekeepers” 

2012 “ State 194” 

2012 “Road to Apartheid” 

2012 “The Other Son” 

2013 “Al Helm: Martin Luther King in Palestine” 

2013 “Its Better to Jump” 

2013 “Omar” 

2013 “Flying Paper” 

2013 “Where Should the Birds Fly” 

2014 “The Wanted 18” 

2014 “On the Bride’s Side” 

2014 “Villa Touma” 

2014 “Dancing Arabs” 

2015 “The Idol” 

2015 “3000 Nights” 

2015 “Speed Sisters” 

2015 “Operation Bethlehem” 

2015 “A Magical Substance Flows Into Me” 

2015 “Roshima” 

2016 “The Untold History of Palestine & Israel” 

2016 “Inside Palestine’s Refugee Camps” 

2016 “Home Demolitions for Illegal Settlements Surging” 



Short Films and Interviews

2007 “The Sons of Eilaboun” 

2013 “Though I Know the River is Dry” 

2013 “Condom Lead” 

2014 The Choices Program videos with Rema Hammami “Rema Hammami: Who are you and what do you do?” 

“Why is there a conflict between Israelis and Palestinians?” 

“What is life like for Palestinians in Gaza, the West Bank, and Israel?” 

“What is the likelihood of establishing separate Israeli and Palestinian states?” 

“What are the main political Palestinian and Israeli groups?” 

What is the United Nations role in managing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? 

How important are nongovernmental organizations to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? 

How has the Israeli-Palestinian conflict impacted women? 

Why is it important for young people to understand the situation in the West Bank, Gaza, and Israel? 

2015 “Ave Maria” 


Web Sites

A bibliography of ethnographic works on Palestine and Palestinians by Dan Rabinowitz and Khaled Furani (Word Document) 

Association of Middle East Anthropologists 

Badil: Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights 

Columbia University Center for Palestinian Studies 

Institute for Palestine Studies 

Middle East Studies Association 

The Electronic Intifada  

The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions 

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