Jerusalem native asserts the right to be angry. Read more about The edgily modern poetry of Najwan Darwish
A new book of poetry makes demands of the celebrated late Palestinian poet. Read more about Collaborating with Mahmoud Darwish without his consent
Israel denied her an exit permit, so a cardboard cut out stood in for Gaza writer Sarah Ali. Read more about Trapped in Gaza
John Judis’ book Genesis recalls that the White House was initially hostile to Israel’s establishment. Read more about How Harry Truman learned to love Israel
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?
Allowing refugees to return home has been an essential component to resolving many conflicts, a new collection of essays points out. Read more about A timely reminder that right to return can be implemented
Wasif Jawhariyyeh’s memoirs indicate that Jews, Muslims and Christians enjoyed good relations before Israel was established. Read more about A bitter-sweet glimpse into what Jerusalem might have been
A story about seeking treatment for a toothache is one of the gems in “Gaza Writes Back.” Read more about Gaza's class divisions confronted by young writers
“Anarchists Against the Wall” indicates that no neat distinction can be drawn between the government and “ordinary” Israelis. Read more about Can occupiers struggle alongside the occupied?
The fundamental premise of Zionism is “the understanding, rooted in a traumatic past, of Jews as ongoing victims of outside aggression,” says a new book. Read more about In new book, Palestinians, Israeli Jews reflect on history of ethnic cleansing