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BGU faculty "deconstruct" Israel to show how "hegemonious" and oppressive it is! Adriana Kemp, David Newman, Uri Ram and Oren Yiftachel

 http://www.geog.bgu.ac.il/members/yiftachel/books/sussex-brochure2.doc

This book challenges some of the traditional analytical paradigms
prevalent in Israeli social science for the past fifty years. Although the State continues to define itself in terms of a homogeneous political and cultural entity, as the voices and narratives of marginalized (especially Palestinian, Eastern-Jewish and women) groups come to the fore, agencies of state socialization are no longer able to impose an unchallenged state identity or hegemony. The deconstruction of a state-sponsored social identity, whose aim is social cohesion, is here investigated by critical scholars who develop an alternative understanding of this highly dynamic society.
SUSSEX ACADEMIC PRESS
Order: www.gazellebooks.co.uk (Email: sales@gazellebooks.co.uk)
Homepage:
http://www.sussex-academic.co.uk/titles/jewishstudies/yiftachel.asp

 


 
Contents
1 Introduction: Hegemonic Identities and their Challenges
David Newman and Uri Ram

Part I  Hegemonies
2  From National to Post-National Territorial Identities in
Israel-Palestine
David Newman
3  Social Citizenship in the Neo-Liberal Period:                         
            
The Case of Israel’s Health Services   
Dani Filc
4  De-Arabization of the Bedouin: A Study of an Inevitable Failure       
                       
Yossi Yonah, Ismael Abu-Saad and Avi Kaplan
5  Writing against the State: Transnationalism and the Epistemology of Minority Studies, with Special Reference to Israel
Dan Rabinowitz

Part II  Identities
6  Representing National Identity in Conditions of Conflict              
    
Ahmad Sa’di

 

7  Palestinian Dynamics of Self-Representation: Identity and Difference in Palestinian Nationalism    
Amal Jamal
8  Being an Oleh in a Global World: From Local Ethnic Community to Transnational Community
Lisa Anteby-Yemini
9   Negotiating Difference in Israeli Scholarship:                       
            
Towards  A New Feminist Discourse     
Pnina Motzafi-Haller
10  Rock Aesthetics, Israeliness and Globalization                       
                Motti Regev

Part III  Challenges
11  Between Periphery and ‘Third Space’: Identity of  Mizrahim in Israel’s Development Towns
Oren Yiftachel and Erez Tzfadia
12  Absent Voices: Citizenship and Identity Narratives  of Palestinian Women in Israel
Hanna Herzog
13  New Associations or New Politics? The Significance  of Israeli-Style Post-Materialism      
Uri Ben Eliezer
14  Claim Making and the Emergence of New Minorities:  Black African Migrant Workers in Israel
Adriana Kemp, Rebeca Raijman, Julia Resnik and  Silvia Shamah
15  The State of the Nation: Contemporary                                
                    Challenges to Zionism in Israel
Uri Ram


 
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