Traditions and Transitions in Israel Studies : Books on Israel, Volume VI.
Introduces the cutting edge issues and current scholarship in the interdisciplinary field of Israel Studies.
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Table of Contents:
- TRADITIONS AND TRANSITIONS IN ISRAEL STUDIES
- Part 1: History and Memory
- 1. Reassessing Israel's Road to Sinai/Suez, 1956: A "Trialogue" by Mordechai Bar-On, Benny Morris, and Motti Golani
- 2. The Holocaust and Its Fifty-Year-Old Commemoration: Have We Reached the Limit? by Rachel Feldhay Brenner
- Part 2: Israeli Society: The Jewish Community
- 3. Controlling Territory: Spatial Dimensions of Social and Political Change in Israel by David Newman
- 4. "A Nation that Dwelleth Alone": Judaism as an Integrating and Divisive Factor in Israeli Society by Ephraim Tabory
- Part 3: Israeli Society: The Arab Community
- 5. Palestinians in Israel: Social and Educational Conditions in the 1990s by Ilham Nasser
- 6. Research on Welfare and Well-being in Israel: A Palestinian Perspective by Khawla Abu Baker
- Part 4: Whither Post-Zionism?
- 7. Does Post-Zionism Have a Future? by Deborah L. Wheeler
- 8. The Open Society and Its Enemies: Changing Public Discourse in Israel by Leah Rosen and Ruth Amir
- 9. Literature as a Response to Paradox: On Reading A. B. Yehoshua's A Journey to the End of the Millennium by Stephen Schecter
- Part 5: Peace Process
- 10. Anthologizing the Peace Process by Mira Sucharov
- 11. Power-Relations, Recognition, and Dialogue: The Dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian Peace by Amal Jamal
- 12. Economics as a Security Tool in an Era of "Peace" in the Middle East by Maen F. Nsour
- Part 6: Israel Studies Around the World
- 13. Changing Italian Perspectives on Israel by Antonio Donno
- 14. Israel Turns Fifty: New Books Published in Germany by Angelika Timm
- 15. Israel in Chinese Scholarship by Xu Xin
- Notes on the Contributors and the Editors.