From the Editors
The New York Times says Jadaliyya "Brings New Life to Arab Studies." Read about it by clicking here.
In February 2013 I participated with a small group of Israelis and Arabs in bidding farewell to Akiva Orr. I could not help recalling our first meeting nearly forty five-years earlier and my mind went back to the genealogy of individuals and events stretched across geography and time that had originally led me to his door in London, soon after my return from my first visit to Israel...and to Palestine. Though many of them never knew each other directly, in my mind, the ...Keep Reading »
When I embarked on my research in 1970, in my mind I was engaged in a political project of attempting to rescue and reconstruct a slice of history in Palestine in the years following the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. The very existence of a communist movement in Palestine, uniting within its ranks Arab and Jewish members, pointed to a possible future at variance with both nationalism and capitalism. In its short existence, the Palestine Communist Party (PCP) succeeded in ...Keep Reading »
Musa Budeiri teaches politics in the Program in Democracy and Human Rights in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Birzeit University. He is a “temporary permanent resident” of Israeli-ruled Jerusalem.
"In Iran... very few post-revolutionary works of literature or cinema have even touched upon the 1979 revolution... in contrast to cultural policies around the Iran-Iraq war, where memory discourse shows a sophisticated awareness of the social power of commemorative narratives."click | email | tweet