2019

Issue 79

JQ 79 (Autumn 2019)

The Editorial

The Everyday and the Shadow Years

Special File

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Ibrahim Dakkak Award - 2020 Round
Compiled by Editorial Staff
Announcing the 2020 round Ibrahim Dakkak Award for Outstanding Essay on Jerusalem The deadline for submissions is 31 October 2019.
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Communications

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CALL FOR PAPERS - Upside Down, Inside Out: Palestine from Above
Compiled by Editorial Staff
UPSIDE DOWN, INSIDE OUT: PALESTINE FROM ABOVE Special Issue of the Jerusalem Quarterly Yazid Anani, Guest Editor Submission deadline is 20 November 2019. Send to: [email protected]
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Article

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The Suppression of the Great Revolt and the Destruction of Everyday Life in Palestine
Charles Anderson
It is well known that many of the military tactics Israel uses to control the Palestinians, and especially its fascination with collective punishment, date back to the British Mandate, and specifically to the suppression of the Palestinian insurgency known as the Great Revolt (1936–39). This...
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Building to Survive: The Politics of Cement in Mandate Palestine
Nimrod Ben Zeev
Cement is everywhere in modern Palestinian history. From the first sacks of Portland cement unloaded in Jaffa in the 1890s, to those clandestinely transported into the Gaza Strip through tunnels on the Egyptian border, cement has stood at the center of two of the defining experiences of Palestinian...
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Essay

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Resistance and Survival in Central Galilee, July 1948–July 1951
Adel Manna
In November 1947, the Arab population of the Galilee was approximately 210,000. The vast majority were Palestinian Arabs – with the number of Arab Muslims estimated about 169,000, Arab Christians about 29,000, and Druze about 10,700. At the end of the 1948 war, only an estimated 100,000...
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To Subvert, To Deconstruct: Agency in Qalandiya Refugee Camp
Ahmed Alaqra
Qalandiya camp, one of the closest camps to Jerusalem have endured sever transformation over the past 70 years. These transformations were the subject of enquiry for many scholars and authors who highlighted the different attempts of the formal political structures (Israeli government and the...
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Thurayya’s Wedding: A Glimpse of Ottoman Jerusalem from the Khalidi Library
Khader Salameh
In October 1905, Thurayya al-Khalidi married Nash’at bint Musa Shafiq bin Muhammad Tahir al-Khalidi in Jerusalem. About two months later, Thurayya’s mother Siddiqa wrote a letter to his brother, Ruhi – who was then living in Bordeaux, France – in which she informed him of the marriage and described...
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Book Review

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Diaries of the Fall
Walid Habbas
One hundred years after Allenby stepped into Jerusalem, Weintraub employs his charming style to re-narrate the successful campaign to restore Jerusalem “after 673 Years of Moslem Rule.” The biblical status of Jerusalem is inextricably mixed with the strategic alliance between Britain and the...
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Fact File

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Reversing Israel’s Deepening Annexation of Occupied East Jerusalem
The International Crisis Group
Editor’s Note: The following has been excerpted from the full report published in June 2019 by the International Crisis Group, available online at www.crisisgroup.org
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JQ 79 - Covers, Metadata, ToC
Compiled by Editorial Staff
Download the front and back covers, the metadata page, and the table of contents.
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JQ 79 - Full Issue with Covers
Compiled by Editorial Staff
Download full issue with covers.
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