The Palestinian People

A History

; Joel S. Migdal

This remarkable book recounts how the Palestinians came to be constituted as a people. The authors offer perceptive observations on the status of Palestinian citizens of Israel, the successes and failures of the Oslo process, and the prospects for both Palestinians and Israelis of achieving a peaceful future together. Les mer
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This remarkable book recounts how the Palestinians came to be constituted as a people. The authors offer perceptive observations on the status of Palestinian citizens of Israel, the successes and failures of the Oslo process, and the prospects for both Palestinians and Israelis of achieving a peaceful future together. A dispassionate and balanced analysis that provides essential background for understanding the complexities of the Middle East. -- Rashid Khalidi, University of Chicago

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Maps Preface Acknowledgments Note on Transliteration Introduction PART ONE FROM REVOLT TO REVOLT:THE ENCOUNTER WITH THE EUROPEAN WORLD AND ZIONISM 1. The Revolt of 1834 and the Making of Modern Palestine 2. The City: Between Nablus and Jaffa 3. Jerusalem: Notables and Nationalism 4. The Arab Revolt, 1936-1939 PART TWO DISPERSAL 5. The Meaning of Disaster PART THREE RECONSTITUTING THE PALESTINIAN NATION 6. Odd Man Out: Arabs in Israel 7. Dispersal, 1948-1967 8. The Feday: Rebirth and Resistance 9. Steering a Path under Occupation PART FOUR ABORTIVE RECONCILIATION 10. The Oslo Process: What Went Right? 11. The Oslo Process: What Went Wrong? Conclusion Chronological List of Major Events Notes Index

Om forfatteren

Baruch Kimmerling was George S. Wise Professor of Sociology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto. Joel S. Migdal is Robert F. Philip Professor of International Studies, University of Washington.