Jerusalem Quarterly, Autumn 2022 (Special Issue)
Date: 
November 7, 2022

This issue of the Jerusalem Quarterly is the second of two issues dedicated to how archaeology has affected Palestine. Salim Tamari, the special series editor, has commented on the main contributions in this and the previous issue in his introduction to JQ 90.

JQ takes a broad and interdisciplinary view of archaeology, one that encompasses the social and economic relationships of Palestinians to the remnants of the past on and under the ground, as well as the ways in which the analysis and presentation of archaeological material can highlight or exclude certain histories and emphasize or marginalize certain communities. Once again, Palestinians are tasked with shifting the rubble, salvaging what they can, and repurposing it toward a vision of the future – a kind of collective work that ultimately cannot be divorced from the archaeological work of digging, preserving, and imagining addressed in these two issues of the Jerusalem Quarterly.

 

JQ 90 and JQ 91 are now available online and in paper form.

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