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Normalizing Occupation
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Introduction: Normalizing the Occupation: the Making of the Jewish West Bank Settlements / Marco Allegra, Ariel Handel and Erez Maggor
Part I - Across the Green Line: Suburbanization, Privatization and the Settlements
1. The Settlements and the Relationship between Privatization and the Occupation / Daniel Gutwein
2. Settlement as Suburbanization: The Banality of Colonization / David Newman
3. "Outside Jerusalem-yet so Near": Ma'ale Adumim, Jerusalem, and the suburbanization of Israel's settlement policy / Marco Allegra
4. Educating Architecture (photo essay) / Miki Kratsman and Ruthie Ginsburg
Part II - Between Cities and Outposts: the Heterogeneity of the Settlements and the Settlers
5. Embedded Politics in a West Bank Settlement / Hadas Weiss
6. Informal Outposts in the West Bank: Normality in Gray Space / Erez Tzfadia
7. From Ghetto-politics to Geo-politics: Ultra-Orthodox Settlements in the West Bank / Lee Cahaner
8. "A Blessed Deviation in Jewish History": On Contemporary forms of Messianism among Religiously Motivated Settlers in the West Bank / Assaf Harel
Part III - Forced Co-existence: Palestinians and Jewish Settlers
9. From Kubniya to Outpost: A Genealogy of the Palestinian Conceptualization of Jewish Settlement in a Shifting National Context / Honaida Ghanem
10. Integrated or Segregated? Employment Relations in the Settlements / Amir Paz-Fuchs and Yael Ronen
11. Jerusalem's Colonial Space as Paradox: Palestinians Living in the Settlements / Wendy Pullan and Haim Yacobi

About the Author

Marco Allegra is research fellow at the Instituto de Ciencias Sociais of the University of Lisbon. His publications include Palestinesi. Storia e identita di un popolo [The Palestinian People: A History] (2010) and the edited collection Conflict in the City: Contested Urban Spaces and Local Democracy (with Enrico Gualini and Joao Mourato, 2015). Ariel Handel is the director of the Lexicon for Political Theory and co-director of the Minerva Humanities Center at Tel Aviv University. He is the editor-in-chief of The Political Lexicon of the Social Protest (in Hebrew; co-edited, 2012). Erez Maggor is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology at New York University and an Israel Institute Doctoral Fellow.

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"This book is an essential addition to an academic library and ideal for researchers dealing with related Middle East subjects.

" * Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews *

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