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Encyclopedia of the Palestinians
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Encyclopedia of the Palestinians (Hardback)

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The Palestinian people and their region are continually in the news and at the forefront of international diplomacy, yet much about their history remains obscure. The Encyclopedia of the Palestinians objectively details the historical and political factors behind such controversial topics as the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Coverage concentrates primarily on the modern era, from the beginning of the late Ottoman period to the present. The ancient and medieval history of the region that the Palestinians claim is also explored. Under the editorship of Philip Mattar, Executive Director of the Institute for Palestinian Studies, more than fifty scholars and regional experts have contributed more than 350 alphabetically arranged entries to create this book. It is essential to anyone who wishes to understand the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.

History & PoliticsRegional & national historyMiddle Eastern historyReference & ResearchEncyclopaedias & reference worksReference works Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd Publication Date: 01/07/2000 ISBN-13: 9781579582081  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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List of Contributors Ziad Abu-Amr. Bir Zeit University member, Palestinian Legislative Council As'ad AbuKhalil, California State University sinan Antoon, Indiana University Geoffrey Aronson, Director, Foundation for Middle East Peace Issa J. Boullato, Artist, Menton, France Laurie A. Brand, University of Southern California Sarah Graham-Brown, Consultant and writer, London Inea Bushnaq, Folklorist, New York Neil Caplan, Vanier College, Montreal Kathy Christison, Former CIA analyst, Santa Fe, New Mexico Sharif Elmusa, American University of Cairo Michael R. Fischbach, Randolph-Macon College; Director, Palestinian American Research Center Fawwaz A. Gerges, Sarah Lawrence College Albert Glock, Former director of the Albright Institute; founder of the Archaelolgical Institute, Bir Zeit University. (Lois Glock, wife of Albert Glock, updated the entry). Galia Golan, Hebrew University Eric Goldstein, Middle East Watch Alain Gresh, Le Monde Diplomatique Eric Hooglund, Editor, Critique: Journal for Critical Studies of the Middle East George Irani, Washington College Rashid Khalidi, University of Chicago Ann Mosely Lesch, Villanova University F. T. Liu, International Peace Academy, New York Ian Lustick, University of Pennsylvania Sari Makdisi, University of Chicago Adel Manna, Harry S. Truman Institute for Peace, Jerusalem Nur Masalha, The American International University, London Philip Mattar, Director, Institute for Palestine Studies, Washington, D.C. Muhammad Muslih, Long Island University Justin McCarthy, University of Louisville Benny Morris, Harry S. Truman Institute for Peace; Ben Gurion University Fadle Naqib, University of Waterloo Robert Olson, Former U. S. diplomat, Hayward, Wisconsin Don Perets, Professor emeritus, State University of New York, Binghamton Julie Peteet, University of Louisville Muin Rabbani, Oxford University Cheryl Reubenberg, Florida International University John Ruedy, Georgetown University Sara Roy, Harvard University Bernard Sabella, Bethlehem University Muhammad Siddiq, Universtiy of California at Berkeley Raja Shehadeh, Founder of al-Haq/Law in the Service of Man; lawyer, Ramalla Avi Shlaim, Oxford University Charles Smith, University of Arizona Salim Tamari, Bir Zeit University; Director, Institute for Jerusalem Studies Mark Tessler, University of Wisconsin Janice J. Terry, East Michigan University Shelagh G. Weir, Museum of Mankind, London

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