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Review Essays in Israel Studies

Books on Israel (S U N Y Series in Israeli Studies)

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Published by State University of New York Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history,
  • Intellectual History,
  • Intellectual Life (General),
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • Middle East - Israel,
  • History: World,
  • Israel,
  • Foreign public opinion, Arab,
  • Book reviews,
  • Intellectual life

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsLaura Zittrain Eisenberg (Editor), Neil Caplan (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages321
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7802220M
    ISBN 10079144421X
    ISBN 109780791444214

    Friedlander Ed. Hebrew, which became a language of poetry, stories and novels as well as a language of literary journals and daily newspapers in eastern and central Europe, soon began to play a central role in the formation of a secular national identity. Married Life offers images of Western-European decadence and detached urban life, a fascination with Christian traditions and anti-Semitic ideas. Shapira, A. Ezrahi, and the return of the repressed—which refers not only to Europe—has also linguistic manifestations.

    State University of New York Press. Articles are blind, peer-reviewed by between two and five reviewers. From tohe served as rector of Tel Aviv University, from which post he was called to head Israel's delegation in the peace talks with Syria following the Madrid Peace Conference. The center is funded entirely by endowments, research grants, and private and institutional donations. A discovery does take place, although in a different direction from what he had anticipated. Rabinovich: Writing a book about early Arab-Israeli negotiationsThe Road Not Taken, gave me even more preparation than working in the archives.

    I think, perhaps, an analogy in American terms might be if some American This was an informative, well written history of Israel. And the reason I chose this book is because, as unlikely a scenario for the future as this is, it still tells you what the founding spirit of Zionism was. For example, working in diplomatic archives I imbibed many diplomatic techniques. Published through the Penn State University Press, and includes "at least three long-form review essays that review new literature. The law dictated that, if Jewish boys or girls under the age of twelve were orphaned, they were to be forcibly converted to Islamtheir connections to their families and communities were to be severed, and they had to be handed over to Muslim foster families. Berkeley: University of California Press.


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However, this is "a concise history" so keeping things brief does make some sense, given this. The unbroken line between African-Americans might itself, one say, be a construction, a tracing together between various Africans who were enslaved centuries ago.

She claimed to be his niece due to his being her mother's brother. Hever, H. While this literature contributed to the construction of a national identity, at the same time and along the similar lines, it has also called into question the binaries of good versus evil, friends versus enemies, Israelis versus Palestinians and Jews versus Arabs.

Representations Her novels sketch geographic and territorial borderlines, document movements of immigration, and speak of strangers at home and homelessness as a state of existence. As co-editors of this publication, who conceived of the project "Word Crimes: Reclaiming the Language of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict," came up with the admittedly " stark and provocative " title, and solicited the contributing essays — we are flattered by the attention but dismayed by how many readers continue to prefer uncivil denunciations of the volume's editors and contributors over rigorous analysis and engaging with the substance of the essays themselves.

The novels deal with the relationships between territory and identity, myth and historical understanding. It shifts between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, the Galilee and the Jezreel Valley, Hebron and Sinai, Jenin and Jaffa—landmarks of unresolved tensions and uncompromising sites of contesting narratives.

But unlike the identity crisis of leaving and returning to the bosom of the family, Walker has no family to return to -- her parents are divorced and have returned from their respective crisis of identities, into the bosoms of their own ethnic identities.

Cogent criticisms of published work may be addressed and, depending on length, such comment may be published as a follow-up article. In The Syrian-African Rift Avot Yeshurun mourns his dead parents and the devastated hometown by means of fragmented, broken forms.

Not the Crusades, but rather the remnants of an Arab village are revealed after the trees from the forest which covered them go up in flames.

Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies

They demonstrate an ambivalent relation to the Diaspora by suggesting both redemption through and negation of the exilic experience. Ezrahi, and the return of the repressed—which refers not only to Europe—has also linguistic manifestations. The special issue struck a chord — sales have been brisk and it's now in a second printing — not only because it raised questions about the conventional discourse but also because it challenged the right of an increasingly politicized academy to serve as gatekeepers, determining what can and cannot be said about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Dubnov refused to accept a prestigious prize awarded jointly by the Association for Israel Studies and the Israel Institute, and also rejected an invitation to serve on the association's board [full disclosure: Dubnov was nominated for this position by "Word Crimes" co-editor and former association president Donna Robinson Divine].

Asher Susser, Ph. Married Life offers images of Western-European decadence and detached urban life, a fascination with Christian traditions and anti-Semitic ideas.

There are established norms for critiques in peer-reviewed journals. From reading this book, I did gain more an appreciation for how unlikely it is that a state like Israel ever came into existence in the first place. From toa few hundred Jews left Sanaa and several nearby settlements.

There is a distinction between arguing that certain words channel thoughts in one direction, on the one hand, and calling for a ban on their use, on the other.

And the desert sand wreaked havoc on engines. Already in his first Hebrew poem collection, The Fire in the StoneTuvya Ruebner deals with the calamity and the loss of family. Ezrahi, S. Miron, D.Book Reviews in Israel Studies Review Author: Ken Stein 1, Yael Berda 2, Galia Golan 3, Pnina Peri 4, Yuval Benziman 5, Dalia Gavriely-Nuri 6, Muzna Awayed-Bishara 7 and Aziza Khazzoom 8.

Israel Studies | Israel Studies presents multidisciplinary scholarship on Israeli history, politics, society, and culture. Each issue includes essays and documents on issues of broad interest.

In this regard, first and foremost it’s worth noting that “Word Crimes” is the 18th special issue of Israel Studies, and – as Troen and Aridan emphasized in May – was subjected to the same criteria (e.g., word length and style) and publication process (e.g., vetting and peer review) as all the others, none of which raised objections.

different methodologies of the writers under review, and the impact of current academic trends in literary criticism, his­ tory, and anthropology on their studies of Israel's myths. Ben-Yehuda, Nachman, The Masada Myth: Collective Memory and Myth­ making in Israel, Author: Laura Zittrain Eisenberg, Neil Caplan.

The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies is an Israeli think tank based in Tel Aviv, Israel, focused on the contemporary study and analysis of the Middle East and Africa.

Its stated primary mission is to serve as a resource for decision makers and the public at large, both in Israel and internationally, though it Headquarters: Tel Aviv, Israel.

Continuing the tradition established by the preceding volumes, Review Essays in Israel Studies offers a rich and varied treatment of new scholarship and enhances our understanding of Israel studies .