Social Justice and Israel/Palestine: Foundational and Contemporary Debates.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 2019. Softbound. Octavo, glossy paper covers, xiv, 275 pp., references, index. Very Good. Item #88539
ISBN: 9781487588069

Part I. Foundational Debates

1 Narratives

Introduction
Alan Dowty, University of Notre Dame, "Competing Narratives and Social Justice"
George Bisharat, University of California, "Six Useful Pasts"
Samia Shoman, San Mateo Union High School District, "Beyond Two Sides"

2 Self-determination

Introduction
Brent E. Sasley, University of Texas at Arlington, "Identity-Based States and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"
Ran Greenstein, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, "The Right to National Self-determination and Israel/Palestine"
Thea Renda Abu El-Haj, Columbia University, "Considering Rights and Self-determination in Light of Injustice and Unequal Power"

3 Settler-Colonialism

Introduction
Sam Fleischacker, University of Illinois, "Interrogating the Limits of the Settler-Colonialist Paradigm"
As’ad Ghanem, University of Haifa and Tariq Khateb, University of Haifa, "Israel in One Century—From a Colonial Project to a Complex Reality"

4 International Law

Introduction
Michael Lynk, Western University, "International Law and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Closer to Power than Justice"
Lisa Hajjar, University of California-Santa Barbara, "International Law and Fifty Years of Occupation"
Miriam F. Elman, Syracuse University, "Israel’s Compliance with the Rule of Law: Settlements, Security, Defense Operations, and Religious Freedom"

Part II. Contemporary Debates

5 Refugees and Displacement

Introduction
Roula El-Rifai, Canada’s International Development Research Centre, "Navigating the Palestinian Refugee Issue: An Insider’s Guide"
Shayna Zamkanei, Princeton University, "Are Jews Displaced from Arab Countries ‘Refugees’?"
Safa Aburabia, Harvard University, "The Bedouin Struggle over Land in Palestine/Israel: Males of the Nakba Generation Narrate Their Attachment to Land"

6 Apartheid

Introduction
Oren Kroll-Zeldin, University of San Francisco, "Does Israel Function as an Apartheid State? Critically Engaging the Complexities of the Apartheid Debate in Palestine/Israel"
Zeina M. Barakat, Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena, Germany and Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi, Wasatia Academic Institut, "Israel and Palestine: Occupation Not Apartheid"

7 Intersectional Alliances

Introduction
Joey Ayoub, University of Edinburgh, "Black-Palestinian Solidarity: Towards an Intersectionality of Struggles"
Aziza Khazzoom, Indiana University, Bloomington, "Cultural Commonalities, Colonial Divisions: On Sources of Solidarity between Palestinians and Jews from the Middle East"
Yousef Munayyer, US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, "Alternate Bipolarity: How Israel Found Itself on the Wrong Side of the Global Divide"

8 BDS (Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions)

Introduction
Tom Pessah, Zochrot, "BDS: A Diverse Movement in Support of Human Rights"
Rachel Fish, Paul E. Singer Foundation, "BDS: Binaries, Divisions, and Silencing"
Amjad Iraqi, The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, "The Right to Boycott Is Non-negotiable"

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