BDS vote a test of field’s complicated relationship with Middle East. Read more about Can anthropology overcome its imperial past?
That Zionists accuse adamant critics of anti-Semitism of themselves being anti-Semitic isn’t a disconnect; it is a vital feature of Zionism. Read more about Liberal Zionism and the ethnonational imperative
Biography of Palestinian musician deals with the thorny relationship between art and conflict. Read more about Is everyone really equal before a Beethoven symphony?
The catastrophe facing Palestinians is not in the past; we live with it every day. Read more about How my grandmother stood up to Israel's occupation
Two new books provide valuable insight into why freedom of speech can be suppressed at American universities. Read more about Understanding why scholars get silenced for defending Palestinian rights
Author and activist dedicated life to radically reconstructing the world into one that we can all inhabit. Read more about Remembering Leslie Feinberg's revolutionary solidarity with Palestine
The battle over Steven Salaita is part of a war against the neoliberal corporatization of higher education. Read more about Academic civility and its discontents
Darwish always insisted that his poetry should represent his life story. Read more about An accessible look at Darwish's life and work, at long last
“Radical” publisher Verso Books promotes Nakba Day reading list — without any works by Palestinians. Read more about On Western "left" appropriation of Palestinian Nakba
Anna Bernard expands on Edward Said’s assertion that Israeli and Palestinian literature “cannot be separated.” Read more about Can a focus on “Palestinian narrative” be dangerous to Palestinian rights?
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