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Gaza: A History

2015 winner
Gaza: A History

Publisher:

Hurst Publishers

Published:

June 2015
This is the first comprehensive history of Gaza in any language, a region that for millennia has been bitterly disputed - from the Pharaohs and Persians, to the Crusaders and Ottomans - while has simultaneously endured prolonged neglect. In 1948,...

Refugees of Revolution: Experiences of Exile

2014 winner
Refugees of Revolution: Experiences of Exile

Author(s):

Diana Allan

Publisher:

Stanford University Press

Published:

October 2013
This evocative examination of everyday life in Shatila, a refugee camp in Beirut, provides an account of camp experience, of communal and economic life as well as inner lives, and tracks how residents relate across generations, cope with poverty...

I Remember My Name

2016 winner
I Remember My Name

Publisher:

Novum Publishing

Published:

April 2016
I remember my name is a moving collection of poems by three Palestinian poets whose poetic vision is at once Palestinian and universal. It is a tribute to Arabic literature and to the striving for a common justice and...

The Battle for Justice in Palestine

2014 winner
 The Battle for Justice in Palestine

Author(s):

Ali Abunimah

Publisher:

Haymarket Books

Published:

May 2014
Efforts to achieve a “two-state solution” have finally collapsed; the struggle for justice in Palestine is at a crossroads. This book offers a clear analysis of this crossroads moment and looks forward with urgency down the path to a...