Table of contents for Catastrophe remembered : Palestine, Israel and the internal refugees : essays in memory of Edward W. Said (1935-2003) / edited by Nur Masalha.
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Forward: Edward W. Said, Scholar-Activist--Naseer H. Aruri * Introduction--Nur Masalha * Part I: Evolving Israeli Policies and Indigenous Resistance * Present Absentees and Indigenous Resistance--Nur Masalha * The State of Israel Versus the Palestinian Internal Refugees--Hillel Cohen * Patterns of Internal Displacement, Social Adjustment and the Challenge of Return *--Nihad Boqai' * Forced Sedentarisation, Land Rights and Indigenous Struggle: The Palestinian Bedouin in the Negev--Isma'el Abu Sa'ad * Part II: Palestinian Oral History and Memory * "A Muted Sort of Grief": Tales of Refuge in Nazareth (1948-2005)--Isabelle Humphries * Kafr Bir'im--William Dalrymple * The Nakba, Oral History and the Palestinian Peasantry: The Case of Lubya--Mahmoud 'Issa * Unrecognised Villages: Indigenous 'Ayn Hawd Versus Artists' Colony 'Ein Hod --Jonathan Cook * The Nakba in Hebrew: Israeli-Jewish Awareness of the Palestinian Catastrophe and Internal Refugees--Eitan Bronstein * Part III: Human Rights and International Protection * The Real Roadmap to Peace: International Dimensions of the Internal Refugee Question--Ilan Pappe; * International Protection and Durable Solutions--Terry Rempel
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Said, Edward W.
Refugees, Palestinian Arab.
Refugees, Palestinian Arab -- Government policy -- Israel.
Israel-Arab War, 1948-1949 -- Refugees.