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History of Modern Palestine One Land, Two Peoples

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ISBN-10: 0521864682

ISBN-13: 9780521864688

Edition: 2nd 2006 (Revised)

Authors: Ilan Pappe

List price: $118.00
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Ilan Pappe's book traces the history of Palestine from the Ottomans in the nineteenth century, through the British Mandate, the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, and the subsequent wars and conflicts which have dominated this troubled region. The second edition of Pappe's book has been updated to include the dramatic events of the 1990s and the early twenty-first century. These years, which began with a sense of optimism, as the Oslo peace accord was being negotiated, culminated in the second intifada and the increase of militancy on both sides. Pappe explains the reasons for the failure of Oslo and the two-state solution, and reflects upon life thereafter as the Palestinians…    
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Book details

List price: $118.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 7/24/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

List of figures
List of maps
Chronology
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction: A New Look at Modern Palestine and Israel
The Emergence of Modern Palestine - the Common Version
Deconstructing the Emergence of Modern Palestine
Writing the History of One Land, Two Peoples
Fin de Siecle (1856-1900): Social Tranquillity and Political Drama
The Rural Landscape and its People
Urban Palestine and its Society
A Society without Politics
Globalization of the Local Economy
The Political Economy of 'Modern Palestine' in the 1880s
Invading Civil Society: The Making of the Modern Ottoman State (1876-1900)
End of an Era: Rural Chieftains and the A'ayan
New Beginnings and New Influences
The Zionist Impetus
A New Crusade: Templars, Colonists and Profiteers
Between Tyranny and War (1900-1918)
Palestine in the Last Years of Abdul Hamid (1900-1908)
The Arrival of Zionism
Palestine in the Aftermath of the Young Turk Revolution (1908-1916)
Palestine in the First World War
The Mandatory State: Colonialism, Nationalization and Cohabitation
Allenby's Palestine
The Nationalization of the Cities (1918-1920)
The End of 'Southern Syria'
Early Years of the Mandate (1920-1929)
Where Politics and Society Met: The 1929 Watershed
The Making of the Zionist Enclave (1929-1936)
The Pauperization of Rural Palestine (1929-1936)
Questions of Leadership and Nationalism (1930-1936)
The 1936 Revolt
The 1939 White Paper
Encountering Nationalism: the Urge for Cohabitation
Palestine in the Second World War
Between Nakbah and Independence: The 1948 War
The UNSCOP Days
The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (March-May 1948)
The Palestine War (May 1948-January 1949)
The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (May 1948-January 1949)
The Age of Partition (1948-1967)
Dislocation and Dispossession
Patterns of Response: Guerrilla Fighters, Isolation and Co-optation
The Suez Campaign
Revolutionizing Politics: The Resistance Movement Institutionalized
The Bogus PLO (1964-1968)
Subduing Israeli Politics: Institutionalizing a State
The Marginalization of 'Arabism' in Israeli Society
In Limbo: The Bedouin and the Druzes
Greater Israel and Occupied Palestine: The Rise and Fall of High Politics (1967-1987)
The War of June 1967
Struggle for Survival: Palestinian Refugees after the 1967 War
Popular Uprising, Guerrilla Warfare and Terrorism (1968-1972)
The Occupation (1967-1982)
The Settlements and Internal Debate in Israel (1967-1973)
Survival under Occupation
Pax Americana, War and Peace (1973-1977)
The Question of Borders: The Jordanian Option and Greater Israel
The Mizrahi Revolution
The Begin Revolution
Navigating between Agendas: The Politics of Palestine (1967-1987)
The War in Lebanon and its Aftermath (1982-1987)
Breaches in the Wall: The Polarization of Israeli Society
Palestinians in Israel (1967-1987)
The Road to Intifada
The Uprising and its Political Consequences (1987-1996)
Gender and Class
The Oslo Process and After
In the Shadow of Politics: Religion, Nationalism and Multiculturalism
A Post-Zionist Moment of Grace?
The Academic Debate - The Post-Zionist Scholars
The Political Background
The Academic Background
De-Zionizing Other Periods
Post-Zionist Poetry, Pop Music and Literature
Post-Zionist Theatre and Films
The Post-Zionist Media
The Suicidal Track: The Death of Oslo and the Road to Perdition
The Second Intifada
The Desperate Tilt to Martyrdom
The Demise of Post-Zionism
Postscript: The Post-Arafat Era and the New Sharon Age
Notes
Bibliography
Glossary of Names
Glossary of Terms
Index