[This is a monthly archive of pieces written by Jadaliyya contributors and editors on the Occupations, Interventions, and Law (O.I.L.) Page. It also includes material published on other platforms that editors deemed pertinent to post as they provide diverse depictions of O.I.L.-related topics. The pieces reflect the level of critical analysis and diversity that Jadaliyyastrives for, but the views are solely the ones of their authors. If you are interested in contributing to Jadaliyya, send us your post with your bio and a release form to firstname.lastname@example.org (click "Submissions" on the main page for more information).]
Dispatches from the 2015 Palestinian Festival of Literature, Sarah Carr
Carr reports from Amman on the first three days of the 2015 Palestinian Festival of Literature.
O.I.L. Media Roundup (27 May), O.I.L. Editors
A collation of recent media pertaining to Occupation, Interventions and Law.
Video: Do Black Lives Matter in Israel?, Jadaliyya Reports
AJ+ Labs presents a video explaining recent Ethiopian Jews’ protests against police brutality and racism in Israel.
Not Much Special in UN Middle East Missions, Mouin Rabbani
Rabbani examines the inefficacy of special envoys to Arab nations appointed by the United Nations.
We Are All Uncomfortable: On Academic Boycott & What Is Productive, Dina Omar
Omar inverts the argument that BDS disrupts Israeli “academic freedom” by discussing the “academic freedom” of Palestinian children living under Israeli violence and occupation.
Memory and Forgetfulness in A Settler Colony, Magid Shihade
Shihade urges the American Anthropological Association to adopt a position in strong support of Palestinian rights and in academic boycott of Israeli institutions.
Academic Freedom, Ethics, and Responsibility: The Silencing and Censoring of Palestine in Western Liberal Academia, Ruba Salih
Salih uses her reflection on the Nakba to reflect on the ways in which Iraeli and American academia are “embedded” in occupation.
النكبة كمصل في الوريد, Raji Bathish
Bathish provides a reflection on the Nakba as part of a series for Jadaliyya’s Arabic page.
ما هي النكبة؟, Anaheed Al-Hardan
Al-Hardan’s contribution to the “Memories of Palestine: The 1948 Nakba” conference held at the Institute of Cultural Inqiury is excerpted.
Lest We Forget: The Palestinian Oral History Archives, Jadaliyya Reports
The Palestinian Oral History Archive at the American University of Beirut presents a short video providing testimony of first generation Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.
كبرت النكبة: ملف خاص, Arabic Editors
The Arabic Editors present a series of reflections on the Nakba to coincide with the 67th anniversary.
Librarians and Archivists with Palestine: 2015 Delegation Report and Solidarity Statement, Jadaliyya Reports
The solidarity organization reports on a recent delegation to Israel and include a statement of solidarity with Palestinian librarians and archivists.
Nakba Walks, Rhoda Kanaaneh
Kanaaneh, a Palestinian anthropologist, reflects on the Nakba and a career of field research in the Galilee.
The Palestinian Nakba-t: Catastrophe-s, Randa Farah
Farah, writing in a series of reflections on the Nakba from Palestinian anthropologists, articulates an appeal for BDS.
Palestine Shrinking/Expanding Israel: Nakba Day Infographic, Visualizing Palestine
Visualizing Palestine presents an infographic of the shrinking borders of Palestinian territory since 1948
The Palestinian Museum’s Family Album Project: The Intimate Side of History in Palestine, Jadaliyya Reports
The Palestinian Museum announces an exhibit of photos and other elements from family histories in pre-1948 Palestine.