Waiting at the Jisr (Photo: Pool/Getty Images News/Getty Images )

Palestine and the anti-politics of peace and security

In security studies, Palestinians are cast as threats to be monitored and controlled, while Israelis are the human subjects who are worthy of security. Risky subjects An American Muslim, a … Continue Reading →


Imposing Masculinity

By Emile Badarin Introduction This article examines Julie Peteet’s argument about “manhood” during the Palestinian Intifada of 1987 in a book chapter entitled: “Male Gender and Rituals of Resistance in … Continue Reading →


Space and Palestinian Resistance

Originally published 21 April 2013  Introduction Although the ownership land is important to the Palestine liberation movement, the ownership of space is not yet given the credence it deserves. Applying the … Continue Reading →


Material Culture and the Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem

Originally posted 13 March 2013 by Samantha Borders* The significance of objects and their ascribed meanings, though often taken for granted, can have profound implications when utilised for purposes beyond its … Continue Reading →


The Importance of Context in Reading the Cartoons of Naji al-Ali

Originally posted 16 January 2013  by Charlie Clemoes There is by no means a lack of contemporary discussion of Naji al-Ali’s cartoons. Indeed, much is made of their wonderful articulation of … Continue Reading →


The Taiwanese Media Coverage of the attack on Gaza

Originally posted 28 December 2012 by Hsiu-Ping, Bao During the attack on Gaza, there were at least 162 Palestinian deaths and over 1000 injuries in the period 14 to 21 … Continue Reading →


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