By Rochelle Davis
Through a detailed exam of those books and different commemorative actions, Palestinian Village Histories unearths how background is written, recorded, and contested, in addition to the jobs that Palestinian conceptions in their earlier play in modern lifestyles. relocating past the grand narratives of twentieth century political struggles, this e-book analyzes person and collective old money owed of lifestyle in pre-1948 Palestinian villages as composed at the present time from the views of those long term refugees.
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Palestinian Village Histories: Geographies of the Displaced (Stanford Studies in Middle Eastern and I) by Rochelle Davis