The San Diego art professor has faced attempts to censor his work. Read more about Preserving Palestine's memory through art: interview with John Halaka
Art, Music & Culture
They key character in Omar Robert Hamilton’s short returns to a Palestinian home full of dusty boxes and damaged furniture. Read more about West Bank's skyscrapers and settlements provide backdrop to elegant film
Raba’i al-Madhoun’s The Lady from Tel Aviv is a great summer read. Read more about Mystery and reality overlap in Gaza-inspired novel
“Israel and Pinkwashing” author’s new book is an interesting read, but falls into some of the traps it ostensibly aims to criticize. Read more about Limited solidarity with Palestine in Schulman's "Queer International"
Frustration with the Palestinian Authority has led refugees to preserve their heritage through their own initiatives. Read more about Museums for Palestinian refugees "light up past before 1948"
Louisa Waugh isn’t afraid to demolish stereotypes about Palestine or to criticize “do-gooders” from the West. Read more about Beautiful normality of Gaza's people shines in new book
Two exhibitions showing in UK capital highlight young Palestinian artists’ ingenuity. Read more about Israel's wall recreated in London art gallery
Bisan Abu Eisheh highlights how Zionist myths contrast with daily life in Jerusalem. Read more about Denial of Palestine confronted in London art show
Filmmaker Khaled Jarrar traces the often heroic attempts made to dodge Israeli soldiers. Read more about Palestinian resolve to cross Israel's wall featured in new film
The argument that Israel can’t be an apartheid state when its Palestinian citizens have the right to vote is a red herring. Read more about Israeli apartheid "more sophisticated" than South Africa's, says new book