2021

Palestine: A Socialist Introduction

Palestine: A Socialist Introduction

Publisher:

Haymarket Books

Published:

December 2020
This edited volume makes an impassioned and informed case for the central place of Palestine in socialist organizing and of socialism in the struggle to free Palestine.Palestine: A Socialist Introduction systematically tackles a number of...

On Edward Said: Remembrance of Things Past

On Edward Said: Remembrance of Things Past

Author(s):

Hamid Dabashi

Publisher:

Haymarket Books

Published:

November 2020
An intimate intellectual, political and personal portrait of Edward Said, one of the 20th centuries' leading public intellectuals.Edward Said (1935-2003) was a towering figure in post-colonial studies and the struggle for justice in his native...

Power, piety, and people

Power, piety, and people

Author(s):

Michael Dumper

Publisher:

Columbia University Press

Published:

July 2020
Conflicts in cities that have a particular religious significance often become intense, protracted, and violent. Why are holy cities so frequently contested, and how can these conflicts be mediated and resolved? In Power, Piety, and People,...

Dances With Death

Dances With Death

Author(s):

Tuma Hazou

Publisher:

Self-publisherd

Published:

July 2020
A remarkable insight into Middle East affairs and events through the eyes of an accomplished journalist with 40 years experience in the media. Author Tuma Hazou attributes the ongoing turmoil in the Middle East to the 1917 Balfour Declaration...

My First and Only Love

My First and Only Love

Author(s):

Sahar Khalifeh

Publisher:

Hoopoe - AUC

Published:

January 2021
The latest novel from renowned Palestinian writer Sahar Khalifeh, a deeply poetic account of love and resistance through a young girl’s eyes Nidal. After many decades of restless exile, returns to her family home in Nablus, where she had...

Writing the camp

Writing the camp

Publisher:

Broken Sleep Books

Published:

February 2021
Yousif M Qasmiyeh's Writing The Camp is an exceptional, essential collection drawn from the poet's experience of the Baddawi refugee camp in Lebanon. The poetry moves beyond the observational into a philosophical meditation on the existential...

The Book of Ramallah

The Book of Ramallah

Publisher:

Comma Press

Published:

January 1970
Unlike most other Palestinian cities, Ramallah is a relatively new town, a de facto capital of the West Bank allowed to thrive after the Oslo Peace Accords, but just as quickly hemmed in and suffocated by the Occupation as the Accords have failed....