Book details

Publication date: June 2020
Features: Introduction
Series: Women’s Voices from Gaza Series
Keywords: historiography, oral history, non-fiction, collective memories, culture, exile, traditional historical narrative, history from below, gender, generational experience, Middle East peace process, human rights, subaltern, people’s voices, margin, voiceless, hidden lives, identities, peripheral, Israel
Subject(s): BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Women, BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs, LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Middle Eastern, historiography, oral history, non-fiction, collective memories, culture, exile, traditional historical narrative, history from below, gender, generational experience, Middle East peace process, human rights, subaltern, people’s voices, margin, voiceless, hidden lives, identities, peripheral, Israel, Oral History / Palestine / Women’s Studies, Bibliography, Gender studies: women & girls, Memoirs, Anthologies: general
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press
Madeeha Hafez Albatta was a Palestinian woman who grew up in Gaza. The events of her life took her to several countries in the Middle East and to Canada. Barbara Bill lived and worked in Gaza for six years and currently resides in New South Wales, Australia. Ghada Ageel is a visiting professor of political science at the University of Alberta, a columnist for the Middle East Eye, and the editor of Apartheid in Palestine (UAlberta Press).
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