Arnon Yehuda Degani
Colonialism; Settler-Colonialism; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
My dissertation will be a historical reconsideration of the relationship between Israel and the Palestinians residing within it between the years 1948-1966. The dissertation chapters will shed light onto different and unexplored socio-cultural aspects of Palestinian daily life, and will try to assess their wider reverberation on the rest of Israeli society. The wider object of my research is to prove that the relationship between the State of Israel and the Palestinian population living within its borders featured both colonial and settler-colonial themes, narratives and political practices.
“The Decline and Fall of the Israeli Military Government, 1948-1966: A Case of Settler-Colonial Consolidation?” Settler Colonial Studies, May 14, DOI: 10.1080/2201473X.2014.905236
“They Were Prepared: The Palestinian Arab Scout Movement 1920 – 1948,” British Journal of Middle East Studies,April 1, DOI:10.1080/13530194.2014.884316
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