October Press ’19: Victimization, Delegitimization, and “Democracy”

In October, Israelis and the Kurds were lumped as one as if they share the same fate, Israel’s institutional strength is overstated, and the Democratic Party’s shift on Israel is presented in a negative light.

Israel Supreme Court Upholds Decision to Deport Senior HRW Official, Omar Shakir

This is not a court that has worked to halt Israel’s oppression of Palestinians and its occupation of Palestinian land; it is a court that has cast a veneer of legality over the actions of the racist, apartheid State of Israel.

EXTENDED DEADLINE: 2020 Round for the Ibrahim Dakkak Award for Outstanding Essay on Jerusalem

Awarded to an outstanding essay that addresses either contemporary or historical issues relating to Jerusalem. Winning prize of U.S. $1000 and essay published in the Jerusalem Quarterly.

More Noble Than War: Interview with Author Nicholas Blincoe

Through records, conversations, and pictures, Blincoe unravels a narrative of ambition, nationalism, and violence that dominated the game for Jewish and Palestinian teams in the 20th century.

Annual Conference of the Institute for Palestine Studies | The Palestinian City: Issues of Urban Transformation

The Institute for Palestine Studies will be addressing the topic of ‘the Palestinian City’ in its annual conference, on 1-3 November 2019. The purpose of this conference is to study as many as possible of the issues of the Palestinian urban transformatiom presenting research touching on the history of the city as well as its present, the city as an incubator of culture, and as a controller of social, political, and economic life.

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