Journal of Palestine Studies
The passing of Ibrahim Dakkak in early June 2016 marked the departure of the last of the great socialist leaders of Palestine’s post-Nakba generation.
This essay explores the evolving usage and meanings of normalcy (the routinization of daily life)—as opposed to normalization— during various phases of the Palestinian-Israeli conﬂict, with particular emphasis on the post-1967 period.
For some time, the Institute for Palestine Studies (IPS) has been holding quarterly "brainstorming sessions" attended by senior editorial and research stafffrom its offices in Beirut, London, Paris, and Washington, as well
For some time, the Institute for Palestine Studies (IPS) has been holding periodic "brainstorming sessions" attended by senior editorial and research staff from its offices in Beirnt, London, Paris, and Washington as well
Jerusalem 1948: The Arab Neighbourhoods and their Fate in the War (Jerusalem: Institute of Jerusalem Studies and BADIL Resource Center, 1999), available through the Institute for Palestine Studies, Washington.
This article examines the al-Aqsa intifada against the background of the Oslo accords and the Camp David summit.
Huna wa Hunak: Nahwa Tahlil li al-‘Alaqa bayna al-Shatat al-Filastini wal Markaz (Here and there: Toward an analysis of the relationship between the Palestinian diaspora and the center), by Sari Hanafi.
A persistent dynamic dominating Palestinian political discourse since the beginning of the occupation was the unspoken opposition between the liberationist strategy and the territorial sear
Salam Fayyad was appointed prime minister of the Palestinian Authority (PA) on a “national emergency” basis following the Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip in June 2007, inaugurating the de facto system of parallel governme