The Israel/Palestine Question
With a fully updated introduction referencing up-to-date historiography in the field, this outstanding collection draws largely on scholarly debates in Israel during the last two decades and presents the most recent developments in the historiography of the Arab-Israeli conflict and a critical reassessment of Israel's past. In this new edition, with articles written only by Palestinians and Israelis, Pappé has included a new section on women's history in the region, containing historiographical as well as chronological material, and new articles on minorities and land ownership. Pappé's timely anthology is essential reading for all those who are interested in the politics in the Middle East.
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NEW HISTORIOGRAPHICAL ORIENTATIONS IN THE RESEARCH ON THE PALESTINE QUESTION
PART I THE HISTORY OF PALESTINE REDISCOVERED
PART II THE ORIGINS OF ZIONISM IN PALESTINE RECONSIDERED
PART III THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE CONFLICT
PART IV THE NEW HISTORY OF THE 1948 WAR
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