University of Alberta Press

Book details

Publication date: January 2016
Features: 1 B&W photograph, 2 maps, foreword, bibliography, notes, appendix, index
Keywords: History/Political Science/Middle East
Subject(s): HISTORY / Middle East / Israel & Palestine, History/Political Science/Middle East
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press

Ghada Ageel. Ghada Ageel is Visiting Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta and a columnist for the Middle East Eye, an online news portal based in London, England. She holds a PhD and MA in Middle East Politics from the University of Exeter and a BA in Education from the Islamic University of Gaza.

Richard Falk.

Samar El-Bekai.

Reem Skeik.

Tali Shapiro.

Rela Mazali.

Huwaida Arraf.

James Cairns.

Susan Ferguson.

Abigail B. Bakan.

Yasmeen Abu-Laban.

Keith Hammond.

Sherene Razack.

Edward C. Corrigan.

Ramzy Baroud.

Rafeef Ziadah.

"Apartheid in Palestine is an anthology of analytical writings sharply critical of Israel's treatment of its Palestinian Arab population. Contributors include Palestinians who voice their frustrations and decry human rights abuses; Jewish Israeli citizens who openly criticize the government's ongoing policies; academics; activists; and more. An index rounds out this thought-provoking testimonial, recommended for scholars, historians, students and anyone interested in reviewing anti-occupation perspectives on the Israel-Palestinian debate."

The International Studies Shelf, Library Bookwatch

"Ghada Ageel was for some time the Guardian's ever brilliant, brave and astute fixer in Gaza. On a visit there I found her local knowledge and sense of history to be invaluable in understanding the Palestinian side of the intractable and endless conflict which has been a tragedy for so many. She brings those qualities to her writing, which is often informed by her own personal experiences, and those of her family and friends."

Alan Rusbridger, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, a constituent college of Oxford University

"This book, edited by Ghada Ageel, is an intimate study of a people and place both central to, and isolated by, current international policy. The writing is personal and articulate, reflecting Ageel’s own history as a child of Gaza, a respected academic, and a gifted author. It should be read by all of us who love or want to better understand Gaza and the people who live there."

Craig and Cindy Corrie, Parents of Rachel Corrie who was killed in Gaza in 2003

"This is an incisive anthology of scholars and activists that finally takes the conversation on Palestine a step further. This timely collection leaves behind stale and outdated paradigms and boldly offers a new one for looking at the past, the present of the future of the evergreen issue of Palestine. Its lucid structure, original contributions and above all the courageous guidance of its editor makes this book the most valuable contribution to the struggle for justice in Palestine."

Ilan Pappe, Professor of History, Director of the European Centre for Palestine Studies, University of Exeter

ISBNs: 9781772120820 978-1-77212-082-0 Title: apartheid in palestine