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Barnett, Post-Zionism and Israeli Universities. Endnotes & Bibliography


[1] Yoram Hazony, The Jewish State: the Struggle for Israel's Soul (New York: Basic Books, 2001), p. 244

[2] See, for example, Susan Lee Hattis, The Bi-national Idea in Palestine During Mandatory Times, (Haifa: Shikmona, 1970); David Goldberg, To the Promised Land: A History of Zionist Thought (London: Penguin, 1996); Paul R. Mendes-Flohr, A Land of Two Peoples: Martin Buber on Jews and Arabs (Gloucester: Peter Smith, 1994); Steven J. Zippertstein, Elusive Prophet. Ahad Ha’am and the Origins of Zionism (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993), p. 29; Joseph Heller, From Brit Shalom to Ihud (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2003; Hebrew); Shalom Ratsabi, Between Zionism and Judaism: The Radical Circle in Brith Shalom, 1925-1933 (Leiden: Brill, 2002).

[3] Daniel Kozin, Judah L. Magnes: An American Jewish Nonconformist (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2010), pp. 166, 273; Hazony, The Jewish State, pp. 244-45.

[4] Thomas A. Kolsky, Jews against Zionism: The American Council for Judaism (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990).

[5] James S. Diamond, Homeland or Holy Land: The ‘Canaanite’ Critique of Israel (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1986); Ron Kuzar, Hebrew and Zionism: A Discourse Analytic Cultural Study (New York: Mouton De Gruyter, 2001); Yaacov Shavit, The New Hebrew Nation: a Study in Israeli Heresy and Fantasy (London: Cass, 1987).

[6] Joel Beinin, Was the Red Flag Flying There? Marxist Politics and the Arab-Israeli Conflict in Eqypt and Israel 1948-1965 (Berkley: University of California Press, 1990); Musa Budeiri, The Palestine Communist Party 1919-1945: Arab and Jew in the Struggle for Internationalism (London: Haymarket Books, 2010); Jacob Hen-Tov, Communism and Zionism in Palestine, the Comintern and the Political Unrest in the 1920s (Cambridge: Schenkman, 1974).

[7] Uri Avnery, Israel without Zionism: A Plan for Peace in the Middle East (New York: Macmillan, 1971).

[8] The most comprehensive study of Matzpen is Nitza Erel’s, Matzpen - Conscience and Fantasy (Tel Aviv: Resling, 2010; Hebrew). See also: Ran Greenstein, ‘Class, Nation, and Political Organization: The Anti-Zionist Left in Israel/Palestine’, International Labor and Working-Class History, 75/1 (Spring 2009), pp. 85-108; August Grabski, ‘Matzpen and the State of Israel, 1962-1973’, in August Grabski (ed.), Rebels Against Zion (Warsaw: The Jewish Historical Institute, 2011). 

[9] Uri Cohen, The Mountain and the Hill: The Hebrew University in Jerusalem in the Pre-independence Period and the Early Years of the State of Israel (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 2006; Hebrew); Ofira Seliktar, Academic Freedom in Israel: A Comparative Perspective (Tel Aviv: Israel Academia Monitor, 2013); Shaul Katz and Michael Heyd, The History of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Origins and Beginnings (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2000); Michael Keren, Ben-Gurion and the Intellectuals (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 1983), p. 26; Alek Epstein, ‘For the sake of Freedom: The Public Struggle of the Jerusalemite Professoriate after the Creation of the State’, Katedra 106, Dec. 2002, pp. 139-76 (Hebrew).

[10] Keren, Ben-Gurion and the Intellectuals, pp. 3, 62, 78.

[11] Eli Eyal, ‘Jacob Talmon: A Historian Ahead of His Time’, Midstream, 1 February 2001; David Ohana, Political Theology in the Holy Land. Israeli Messianism and its Critics (London: Routledge, 2010).

[12] Bernard Wasserstein, ‘Blame the Victim - Hannah Arendt among the Nazis: The Historian and Her Sources’, Times Literary Supplement, 9 October 2009.

[13]  Keren, Ben-Gurion and the Intellectuals, p. 92.

[14] Hazony, The Jewish State, pp. xxvi-xxvii, xxix, 10, 14.

[15] Ibid.

[16] Antonio Gramsci, Selections from the Prison Notes (New York: Lawrence and Wishart, 1971).

[17] Thomas Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970), pp. 48-62; Ofira Seliktar, ‘Identifying a Society’s Belief System’, in Margaret Hermann (ed.), Political Psychology (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1986), pp. 13-18.

[18] Karl Popper, The Poverty of Historicism (London: Routledge and Keegan Paul, 1966), p. 3.  

[19] Talcott Parsons, The Social System (New York: Free Press, 1951); David Easton, The Political Systeman Inquiry Into the State of Political Science (New York: Alfred Knopf, 1953); Gabriel Almond, ‘Political Theory and Political Science’, American Political Science Review, 60 (1966), pp. 869-79.

[20] Ernest Nagel, The Structure of Science: Problems in the Logic of Scientific Explanation (Indianapolis: Hackett, 1979), p. 447.

[21] Ralph Linton, The Cultural Background of Personality (London: Prentice Hall, 1945).

[22] Mary Douglas, Risk and Blame: Essays in Cultural Theory (London: Routledge, 1992), pp. 43, 133-34.

[23] Seliktar ‘Identifying a Society’s Belief System’, pp. 13-18.

[24] Karl W. Deutch, Nationalism and Social Communication (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1966); idem, The Nerves of Government. Models of Political Communication and Control (New York: Free Press, 1963); K. H. Silvert, (ed.) Discussion at Bellagio: The Political Alternative of Development (New York: American Universities Field Staff, 1964); Michael C. Hudson, Arab Politics. The Search for Legitimacy (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1977), p. 17.

[25] Seliktar ‘Identifying a Society’s Belief System’, p. 18.

[26] Gabriel Almond & Sidney Verba, The Civic Culture (Boston: Little Brown, 1965).

[27] William Galston, Justice and the Human Good (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1980), p. 5.

[28] Walt W. Rostow, The Stages of Economic Growth: A non-Communist Manifesto (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1964).

[29] Gibson Burell and Gareth Morgan, Sociological Paradigms and Organization Analysis (Portsmouth: Heinemann, 1985), p. 55.

[30] George Ball, The Past has Another Pattern (New York: Norton, 1982), p. 183; Howard Wiarda, Ethnocentrism in Foreign PolicyCan We Understand the Third World ? (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1985), p. 11.

[31] Gibson Morgan and Gareth Burrell, Sociological Paradigms and Organizational Analysis (Portsmouth: N.H., 1985), p. 289.

[32] Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, The Dialectics of Enlightenment (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002), p. 17.

[33] Herbert Marcuse, One Dimensional Man (London: Routledge and Keegan Paul, 1964).

[34] Jurgen Habermas, Legitimation Crisis (London: Heinemann, 1976).

[35] Robert A. Packenham, The Developmental Movement. Scholarship and Politics in Development Studies, (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1992); Immanuel Wallerstein, The Modern World System, (New York: Academic Press, 1974).

[36] John P. Diggins, The Rise and Fall of the American Left (New York: Norton, 1992), p. 347; H. Stuart Hughes, ‘Social Theory in a New Context’, in Jarrell Jackman and Carla Borden, (eds.) The Muses Flee Hitler: Cultural Transfer and Adaptation (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1983); Ofira Seliktar, Failing the Crystal Ball Test: The Carter Administration and the Fundamentalist Revolution in Iran. (Westport: Praeger, 2000), p. 30.

[37] Paul Feyerabend, Against Method: Outline of an Anarchistic Theory of Knowledge (London: New Left Books, 1975).

[38] Burell and Morgan, Sociological Paradigms, p. 6.

[39] Graham Good, Betrayal of Humanities. Theory, Ideology, and Culture in the Contemporary University (Ottawa: McGill-Queen’s University, 2001), p. 24.

[40] Ibid, pp. 63, 65.

[41] Burell and Morgan Sociological Paradigms, p. 32.

[42] Charles Kadushin, The American Intellectual Elite (Boston: Little Brown, 1974), p. 163.

[43] Gramsci, Selections from the Prison Notes, p. 433.

[44] Christian Bay, ‘Politics and Pseudopolitics. A Critical Evaluation of Some Behavioral Literature’, American Political Science Review, 59 (1965), pp. 39-51; David Easton, ‘The New Revolution in Political Science’, American Political Science Review, 63 (1969), pp. 1051-61.

[45] Alvin W. Gouldner, The Coming Crisis of Western Sociology (New York: Basic Books, 1970).

[46] Arnold Kaufman, Radical Liberal: The New Politics, Theory and Practice (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970), pp. 126-28.

[47] Seymour Martin Lipset ‘The New Class and the Professoriate’, in B. Bruce-Briggs (ed.) The New Class? (New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1979), p. 67.

 

[48] Eric Hobsbawm and Terrence Ranger (eds.), The Invention of Tradition (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1983).

[49] Benedict B. Anderson, Imagined Communities (London: Verso, 1983); Ernest Gellner, Nations and Nationalism (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983).

[50] See, for example, Immanuel Wallerstein with Samir Amin, Giovanni Arrighi, Andre, Gunder Frank, Dynamics of Global Crisis (London: Macmillan, 1982).

[51] Michael Parenti, Democracy for the Few (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1983).

[52] John Rawls, A Theory of Justice (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1971); Johan Galtung, ‘Towards New Indicators of Development’, Futures, 8 (1976), pp. 261-65; John Burton, ‘World Society and Human Needs’, in Margot Light and A.J.R. Groom (eds.), International Relations: A Handbook on Current Theory (Boulder: Rienner, 1985).

[53] Talal Asad, The Kababish Arab: Power, Authority and Consent in a Nomadic Tribe (London: Hurst, 1970); idem (ed.), Anthropology and the Colonial Encounter  (London: Ithaca Press, 1975); David Scott and Charles Hirschkind (eds.), Powers of the Secular Modern: Talal Asad and his Interlocutors (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006), p. 110. 

[54] Sami Zubaida (ed.), Race and Racialism (New York: Tavistock, 1970), p. 4; Review of Middle East Studies 1 (1975); Arun Micheelsen, ‘I don't Do Systems’, interview with Clifford Geertz, Method & Theory in the Study of Religion, 14/1 (2002), pp. 2-20.

[55] Edward W. Said, Orientalism, (New York: Pantheon Books, 1978). Said amplified his argument in several books, including: Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How We See the Rest of the World, (New York: Pantheon Books, 1981); and Culture and Imperialism, (New York: Knopf, 1993).

[56] Said, Culture and Imperialism pp. xxvii, 314; Muqtader Khan, ‘Policy Entrepreneurs: The Third Dimension in American Foreign Policy Culture’, Middle East Policy, September 1997; Neville B. DeAtkin, ‘Middle East Scholars Strike Out in Washington’, Middle East Quarterly, 1(1994), pp. 9-10; Martin Kramer, Ivory Towers on Sand. The Failure of Middle East Studies in America (Washington: Washington Institute for Near East Studies, 2001), pp. 44-60, 117.

[57] Lorie Anne Selem, ‘The DANTES Survey of Courses in the Middle East’, MESA Bulletin, December 1992, pp. 162-77. 

[58] Robert Cox, ‘Social Forces, States and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory’, Millennium 10/2 (1981); idem, ‘Gramsci, Hegemony and International Relations: An Essay in Method’, Millennium 12/2 (1983); Henk Overbeek, Transnational Historical Materialism in Global Political Economy: Contemporary Theories (London: Routledge, 2000), pp. 168-69.

[59] Johan Galtung, ‘The Middle East and the Theory of Conflict’, Journal of Peace Research, 8/3-4 (1971), p. 176; George Haddad, ‘Arab Peace Efforts and the Solution of the Arab-Israeli Problem’, in Malcolm H. Kerr, (ed.) The Elusive Peace in the Middle East (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1975), p. 168.

[60] Theodor Herzl, Altneuland (Haifa: Haifa Publishers, 1960; Hebrew), pp. 69-74.

[61] Hagit Lavsky, Before the Catastrophe: The Distinctive Path of German Zionism (Michigan: Wayne State University Press, 1996), pp. 148, 259, 263.

[62]Hazony, The Jewish State, pp. 181, 184, 193; Asher D. Biemann, The Martin Buber Reader: Essential Writings (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002), p. 63.

[63] Gershom Scholem, ‘Martin Buber’s Hasidism’, Commentary, October 1961. 

[64] Martin Buber, Paths in Utopia (London: Routledge, 1949), p. 135; Jon Woocher, ‘The Politics of Dialogue Community’, Sh’ma: A Journal of Jewish Ideas, 8 (April 1978), pp. 97-101.

[65] Ehud Luz, Wrestling with an Angel: Power, Morality, and Jewish Identity (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003), pp. 167-76.

[66] Shmuel Noah EisenstadtOn Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992), 159-60.

[67] Gershom Scholem, ‘To the Image of Martin Buber’, in Abraham Shapira, (ed.) Explication and implications: Writings on Jewish Heritage and Renaissance (Tel Aviv: Sifriat Hapoalim, 1975; Hebrew), pp. 455-62. 

[68] Hazony, The Jewish State, p. 197.

[69] Hazony, The Jewish State, 196-98.

[70] Efraim Karsh, Palestine Betrayed (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011), pp. 19-20, 30.  

[71] Tom Segev, One Palestine Complete (Boston: Little, Brown, 2001), p. 104; Ahad Ha’am , ‘Emet Me’eretz Israel’ (Truth from the Land of Israel), in Crossroads (first published in Berlin by Judischer verlag in 1921; Hebrew) http://www.benyehuda.org/ginzberg/Gnz019.html.

[72] Ahad Ha’am, Selected Essays by Ahad Ha’am, (Philadelphia: Kessinger Publishing, 2005)Martin Buber, On Zion: the History of an Idea, (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, ‏,(1997 pp. 143-46; Ratsabi Between Zionism and Judaism, pp. 188-203; George R. Wilkes, ‘Jewish Renewal’, in Nicholas de Lange and Miri Freud Kandel (eds.), Modern Judaism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), p. 116. 

[73] Thomas Kolsky, Jews Against Zionism, American Council for Judaism (Phiadelphia; Temple University Press, 1990), pp. 4-10. 

[74]  Albrecht Folsing, Albert Einstein: A Biography (Harnomdworth: Penguin, 1998), pp. 494-95.

[75]  Hazony, The Jewish State, pp. 197, 206, 386.   

[76] Ibid, p. 213; Joseph Heller, The Birth of Israel, 1945-1949: Ben-Gurion and His Critic (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2003), p. 161.

[77] Tony Kushner and Alisa Solomon, (eds.) Wrestling with Zion: Progressive Jewish American Response to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (New York: Grove, 2002); Karsh, Palestine Betrayed, pp. 31-38.

[78] Neturei Karta website http://www.nkusa.org/aboutus/index.cfm.

[79] Thomas Kolsky, Jews against Zionism: American Council for Judaism (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990), p. 4.

[80] Heller, The Birth of Israel, pp. 163-64

[81] Judah Magnes ‘Toward Peace in Palestine’, Foreign Affairs, 21/2 (January 1943). 

[82] Joan Dash, ‘Doing Good in Palestine: Magnes and Henrietta Szold’, in William Brinner and Moses Rischin (eds.) Like All Other Nations? The Life and Legacy of Judah L. Magnes (New York: State University of New York, 1987), pp. 109-12; Justus D. Doencke, ‘Principle and Expediency: The State Department and Palestine’, Journal of Libertarian Studies, 2/4 (1978), p. 5; Kolsky, Jews Against Zionism, p. 4.

[83] Heller, The Birth of Israel, p. 166

[84] Brinner and Rischin, Like All Other Nations? pp. 109-112; Hazony, The Jewish State, p. 262; Hannah Arendt, ‘To Save the Jewish Homeland: There is Still Time’, Commentary, May 1948.

[85] Vladimir Jabotinsky The Iron Wall, first published in Russian under the title O Zheleznoi Stene in Rassvyet, 4 November 1923. http://www.jabotinsky.org/multimedia/upl_doc/doc_191207_49117.pdf

[86] Amnon Rubinstein, The Zionist dream revisited: from Herzl to Gush Emunim and Back (New York: Schocken Books, 1984), p. 4.

[87] Ofira Seliktar, New Zionism and the Foreign Policy System of Israel (London: Croom Helm, 1986), pp. 77-78.

[88] Shavit, The New Hebrew Nation, pp. 23-24. 

[89] John Grey, The legacy of Canaan: the Ras Shamra Texts and their Relevance to the Old Testament, (Leiden: Brill, 1957), p. 116.

[90] Shavit, The New Hebrew Nation, pp. 23-30. 

[91] Ron Kuzar, Hebrew and Zionism: A Discourse Analytic Cultural Study (Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 2001), pp. 12-13,107, 197; Shavit, The New Hebrew Nation, pp. 29, 40, 45, 114.

[92] Yonatan Ratosh , Ktav el Hanoar Haivri, (1943; Hebrew).

[93] Rachel Feldhay Brenner, Inextricably Bonded: Israeli Arab and Jewish Writers Re-Visioning Culture (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2004), p. 70.

[94] Diamond, Homeland or Holy Land? p. 62.      

[95] Shavit, The New Hebrew Nation, pp. 52-53.

[96] Yaron Peleg, Orientalism and the Hebrew Imagination (NY: Cornell University Press, 2005), p. 133.

[97] Ami Isseroff, ‘The anti-Zionism of the Jewish Workers Bund’, The Hidden History of anti-Zionism, 2005. http://www.zionism-israel.com/his/The_Jewish_Bund.htm.

[98] James Gelvin, The Israel-Palestine Conflict (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), p. 54.

[99] Joel Beinin, ‘The Palestine Communist Party, 1919-1948’, MERIP Reports, March 1977, pp. 3-17.   

[100] Robert F. Barsky, Noam Chomsky: A Life of Dissent (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1997). p. 75.       

[101] Musa Budeiri, The Palestine Communist Party 1919-1948: Arabs and Jews in the Struggle for Internationalism (London: Ithaca Press, 1979), pp. 5-7; Emile F. Sahliyeh, In Search of Leadership: West Bank Politics since 1967 (Washington DC: Brookings Institution ‏, 1988).

[102] Maurice Friedman, Martin Buber’s Life and Work (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1988), p. 236.

[103] Ibid, pp. 349, 355.  

[104] Selwyn Ilan Troen and Noah Lucas, Israel: The First Decade of Independence. (Albany: SUNY Press, 1995), p. 186; James Diamond, ‘We Are Not One: A Post-Zionist Perspective’, Tikkun , 5/2 (1990), p. 107.

[105] Kuzar, Hebrew and Zionism, p. 224.  

[106] Beinin, ‘Was the Red Flag’, p. 151.

[107] Nitza Erel, Matzpen - Conscious Fantasy, (Tel Aviv: Resling, 2010; Hebrew) 29.  

[108] Erel, Matzpen, 37.

[109] James Joll, Antonio Gramsci (New York: Viking Press, 1977).

[110] N. Israeli, Peace, Peace When there is No Peace (Shalom, Shalom Vein Shalom) (Jerusalem: Bokhan, 1961); Erel, Matzpen, p. 31.

[111] Hunaida Ghanim, ‘The Nakba’, Jadal, May 2009, pp. 41-47.

[112] Erel, Matzpen, pp.111-13; Nira Yuval Davis, Matzpen: The Israeli Socialist Organization (Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 1977).

[113] Erel, Matzpen, p. 58; Arie Bober, ‘Introduction’, in idem (ed.), The Other Israel: The Radical Case against Zionism (New York: Doubleday, 1972).

[114] Ofira Seliktar, Doomed to Failure: the Politics and Intelligence of the Oslo Peace Process (Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2009), 10; Amnon Cohen, ‘Changing Patterns of West Bank Politics’, Jerusalem Quarterly, Fall 1977, 112 

[115] Erel, Matzpen, 48, 54; Shlomo Sand, The Invention of the Jewish People, (London: Verso, 2009), 6-9

[116] Michel Warschawski, On the Border (London: Pluto Books, 2005), p. 26; Erel, Matzpen, p. 41; Yossi Melman and Eitan Haber, The Spies (Tel Aviv: Hemed, 2002; Hebrew), pp. 166-90.

[117] Warschawski, On the Border, p. 26.   

[118] Erel, Matzpen, pp. 46, 12.

[119] Arie Bober, ‘General Declaration by the ISO, 22 March 1968’, The Other Israel,  http://www.marxists.org/history/etol/document/mideast/toi/doc3.html 

[120] Tom Segev 1967: Israel, the War and the Year that Transformed the Middle East (London: Little, Brown, 2007), o. 70; Dani Rosenberg, ‘Red Cloth’, Maarvon: New Magazine for Cinema, vol. 7 (2011), pp. 23-30 (Hebrew).

[121]  ‘The Left in Israel’, ‘The Nature of Israel’, ‘The Other Israel’, Matzpen, 10 February 1972 http://www.matzpen.org/english/1972-02-10/the-left-in-israel/; Erel, Matzpen, p. 92.

[122] Erel, Matzpen, p. 151; ‘Bertrand Russell’s Last Message’, Connections Library,  http://www.connexions.org/CxLibrary/Docs/CX5576-RussellMidEast.htm .

[123] Arie Bober, (ed.) The Other Israel: The Radical Case Against Zionismhttp://98.130.214.177/index.asp?p=other#na

[124] Khamsin, on the Matzpen website http://98.130.214.177/index.asp?p=130

[125] Dan Michman (ed.), Post-Zionism and the Holocaust: The role of the Holocaust in the Israeli public debate on Post-Zionism, 1993-1996 (Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University, 1997; Hebrew), pp. 11-26.

[126] Avnery, Israel without Zionists, pp. 18-33.

[127] Eliezer Schweid, ‘Beyond All - Modernity, Zionism, Judaism’, in Pinhas Ginossar and Avi Barely (eds.), Zionism: A Contemporary Controversy: Research Trends and Ideological Approaches (Sede Boqer: Ben-Gurion Research Center, 1996; Hebrew), pp. 99-115.

[128] Erel, Matzpen, p. 109; Bober, ‘Conclusion’, in idem, The Radical CaseMatzpen, 72 http://98.130.214.177/index.asp?p=chap4-conc&u=101; Ehud Ein Gil ‘Was Tel Aviv Built on Sand?’ Matzpen, 74, July 1975 http://98.130.214.177/index.asp?p=articles_telaviv; ‘One Hundred and Fifty One Stories by Refugees and Settlers’, Matzpen, 77, May 1976; A. Bentov (Ehud Ein Gil), ‘The War of Myths’, Matzpen, 90, July 1983.

[129] Emmanuel Dror Farjoun, ‘The Nature of Israel: The Emergency Regulations’, in The Radical Case Against Zionism, Chapter 8.

[130] Raphael Shapiro, ‘Zionism and its Oriental subjects: the Oriental Jews in Zionism’s dialectical contradictions’, Khamsin no. 5 (1978) http://98.130.214.177/index.asp?p=english_khamsim5-oriental; Machover and Mario Offenberg, ‘Zionism and its Scarecrow’, Khamsin no. 6, (1978), http://www.matzpen.org/english/1978-10-10/zionism-and-its-scarecrows-moshe-machover-and-mario-offenberg/ ; Machover and Akiva Orr, ‘The Nature of Israel: The Class Character of Israel’, in The Other Israel, Chapter 5. 

[131] Erel, Matzpen, p. 110; Machover and Orr, ‘A Critique of Zionist Ideology: Zionism and Anti-Semitism’, in The Other Israel, Chapter 11.

[132] Nira Yuval-Davis and Dina Hecht, ‘Ideology without Revolution: Jewish Women in Israel’, Khamsin, No. 6 (1978).  

[133] Aryeh Tepper, ‘Who is Uri Avnery and why does he matter?’Jewish Ideas Daily, 4 February 2011.

[134] ‘The Officers’ Letter - March 1978’, http://peacenow.org.il/eng/content/officers-letter-march-1978.

[135] Mordechai Bar On, ‘Israeli Reactions to the Uprising’, Journal of Palestine Studies 17/4 (Summer 1988), pp. 46-65; Amos Oz, A Journey In Israel (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1983), pp. 55-60. 

[136] Ofira Seliktar, Divided We Stand (Westport: Praeger, 2004), pp. 44, 52-54. 

[137] Hazony, The Jewish State, 362. 

[138] Peter Johnson and Judith Tucker, ‘Middle East Studies Network in the United States’, MERIP Reports 38, 1975, p. 20; Kramer, Ivory Towers on Sand, p. 20; Stuart Schaar, ‘Orientalism at the Service of Imperialism’, Race & Class, 21/1 (1979), pp. 67-80.

[139] Ofira Seliktar, The Politics of Intelligence and American Wars with Iraq (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), p. 16.

[140] Kramer, Ivory Towers on Sand, p. 37.

[141] Roger Owen, ‘Conversation with Edward Said’, Critical Inquiry, 31/2 (Winter 2005); Edmund Burke III and David Prochaska, Genealogies of Orientalism: History, Theory, Politics (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008), p. 13; idem, ‘Rethinking the Historical Genealogy of Orientalism’, History and Anthropology,18 (June 2007), pp. 135-51.  

[142] Jeremy Salt, ‘The Slanderer as Historian, Palestine Chronicles, 20 April 2011.

[143] Benny Morris, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), p. vi. 

[144] Ilan Pappe, History of Modern Palestine, One Land two People (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), p. 11; ‘Power and History in the Middle East: Conversation with Ilan Pappe’, Logos Journal, 3/1 (Winter 2004), http://www.logosjournal.com/pappe.htm ; Pappe, ‘Humanizing the Text: New History and the Trajectory of the 1948 Historiography’, Radical History Review 86 (Spring 2003), pp. 102-22.

[145] Walid Khalidi, ‘On Albert Hourani, the Arab Office and Anglo-American Committee of 1946’, Journal of Palestine Studies 25 (Autumn 2005), p. 62.

[146] Ilan Pappe, The Israel/Palestine Question: Rewriting Histories (London: Routledge, 1999), pp. 189-90; Larry Hart, A Critique on Avi Shlaim’s ‘the debate about 1948’, part 1, http://www.examiner.com/article/a-critique-on-avi-shlaim-s-the-debate-about-1948-part-1.  

[147] Benny Morris, ‘The New Historiography: Israel Confronts its Past’, Tikkun 3, (Nov-Dec 1988).

[148] Pappe, ‘Humanizing the Text’, p. 105.  

[149] Morris, ‘The New Historiography’, p. 15Avi Shlaim, ‘The Debate about 1948’, International Journal of Middle East Studies, 27 (August 1995), pp. 287-304.

[150] Morris, ‘The New Historiography’, p. 21; Shlaim, ‘The Debate about 1948’, p. 289.

[151] Morris, The Birth, pp. 25-27, 294.

[152] Benny Morris, 1948 and After: Israel and Palestinians (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990), p. 13. 

[153] Ibid, p. 34; Morris, The Birth, chapter 1.

[154] Morris, 1948 and After, p. 34; Morris, The Birth, pp. 17, 19.  

[155] Avi Shlaim, Collusion Across the Jordan: King Abdullah, the Zionist Movement, and the Partition of Palestine (New York: Columbia University Press, 1988),pp. viii, 1, 19, 162, 224.

[156] Ibid, pp. 143, 211, 437.  

[157] Ilan Pappe, Britain and the Arab-Israeli Conflict 1948-51 (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1988), pp. x, 7, 19, 32, 74

[158] Ibid, pp. 45, 67, 91, 94, 108, 272  

[159] Norman Finkelstein, ‘Rejoinder to Benny Morris’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 21 (Winter 1992), p. 61.   

[160] Zachary Lockman, ‘Original Sin’, Middle East Report, no. 152 (May-June, 1988); Lockman and Joel Beinin (eds.), Intifada. The Palestinian Uprising Against the Israeli Occupation (London: Tauris, 1989).

[161] Shabtai Teveth, ‘Charging Israel with Original Sin’, Commentary, March, 1989.

[162]  Morris, 1948 and After, pp. 27, 29; Morris, ‘The Eel and History: A Replay to Shabtai Tevet’, Tikkun, vol. 5, 1990.  

[163] Avi Shlaim, ‘The Founding of Israel’, Commentary, February, 1990.

[164] Aliza Cramer, ‘Objectivity and Neutrality in the Israeli Historiographical Debate, about 1948: The Case of the New Historians’, MA Dissertation, St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, 2004; Emanuel Ottolenghi, ‘Paradise Lost: A Review of Laurence Silberstain’s The Post-Zionism Debate: Knowledge and Power in Israeli Culture’, Israel Studies, 8/2 (2003), pp. 139-49.  

[165]  Efraim Karsh, Fabricating Israeli History: The ‘New Historians’ (London: Cass, 1997), pp. 19, 39, 43, 69-70, 143, 145.

[166] Ibid, pp. 3, 22, 25.

[167] Ibid, pp. 10, 195, Karsh Fabricating Israeli History: The ‘New Historians’ (London: Cass, 2000, second, revised edition), pp. xviii, xxiii. 

[168]  Seliktar, Doomed to Failure, p. 17. 

[169] Pappe, ‘Humanizing the Text’, p. 106.

[170]  Ibid, p. 108-10. 

[171]  Ibid

[172] Ilan Pappe, ‘Critique and Agenda: The Post-Zionist Scholarship in Israel’, History and Memory 7/1 (1995), pp. 66-91; Pappe, ‘Zionism as Colonialism - A Comparative View of Mixed Colonialism in Asia and Africa’, in Yechiam Weitz (ed.), From Vision to Revision: A Hundred Years of Zionism of Historiography of Zionism (Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Centre, 1997; Hebrew), pp. 311-44.

[173] Ilan Pappe, ‘Were they Expelled? The History, Historiography and Relevance of the Refuge Problem’, in Ghada Karmi and Eugen Cortran (eds.), The Palestinian Exodus (Reading: Garnet, 1999), p. 44.  

[174] Seliktar, Doomed to Failure, 53. 

[175]  Pappe, ‘Humanizing the Text’, p. 110.    

[176]  Karsh, Fabricating (1997), p. 196.

[177]  Pappe, ‘Humanizing the Text’, p. 110.

[178] Craimer, ‘Objectivity’, p. 35; Morris, 1948 and After, pp. 29, 38.

[179]  Karsh, Fabricating (2000), p. xix.   

[180]  Craimer, ‘Objectivity’, p. 39. 

[181] Efraim Karsh, Fabricating (2000), p. xxvii.

[182] Benny Morris, ‘Revisiting the Palestinian Exodus of 1948’, in Avi Shlaim and Eugene Rogan (eds.), The War for Palestine (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), pp. 40-41.  

[183]  Avi Shlaim, The Politics of Partition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998), p. xiv; idem, ‘A Totalitarian Concept of History’, Middle East Quarterly, September 1996, pp. 52-55.  

[184]  Aliza Craimer, ‘Objectivity’, p. 77.   

[185]  Shlaim ‘A Totalitarian Concept’.  

[186]  Shlaim, The Politics of Partition, P. vii.

[187] Craimer, ‘Objectivity’, p. 47; Karsh, Fabricating History (2000), p. xxvii.   

[188]  Morris, 1948 and After, p. 45.

[189]  Benny Morris, ‘Peace? No Chance’, Guardian, 21 February 2002.

[190] Avi Shlaim, ‘A Betrayal of History’, Guardian, 22 February 2002. 

[191] Benny Morris and Ehud Barak, ‘Camp David and After: An Exchange’, New York Review of Books, 13 June 2002;  Benny Morris and Ehud Barak, ‘Camp David and After-Continued’, New York Review of Books, 27 June, 2002; Benny Morris, ‘Arafat Didn’t Negotiate - He Just Kept Saying No’, Guardian, 23 May 2002.

[192] Benny Morris, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. 6, 588.  

[193] Ari Shavit, ‘The Survival of the Fittest’, CounterPunch, 16 January 2004 (reprint of the Haaretz interview).  

[194]  Benny Morris, 1948: A History of the First Arab-Israeli War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008), pp. 82, 94, 150.

[195] Ibid, pp. 50, 198, 393-94, 398-99, 408; 417-18.

[196] Ibid, pp. 48-49, 120, 405. 

[197] Avi Shlaim, ‘Introduction’, in Shlaim & Rogan, in The War for Palestine. 

[198] Avi Shlaim, The Iron Wall. Israel and the Arab World (New York: Norton, 2000), pp. 31, 34, 49-50, 598, 609.

[199] Ilan Pappe, A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. xx, 208, 422. 

[200] Thus according to a Hagana report issued a day after the battle, which made no reference to a ‘massacre’. The renowned Palestinian Arab historian Aref al-Aref put the number at 110 rather than 250 as has been claimed for decades. Karsh, Palestine Betrayed, Chapter 5.

[201] Vered Lovitch, ‘Historian Katz to apologize to Alexandroni fighters’, Ynet, 21 December 2000; Moshe Reinfeld, ‘Supreme Court rejected historian Teddy Katz’s appeal on the Tantura massacre episode’, Haaretz, 6 November 2001.

[202] Ilan Pappe, ‘The Tantura Case in Israel: the Katz Research and Trial’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Spring 2001, pp. 19-39; idemThe Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (Oxford: One World Press, 2006), pp. xvi, 2, 5, 133-7; 143, 150.

[203] Pappe, The Ethnic Cleansing, pp. 46, 100-01, 122, 204.

[204]  Ibid, pp. 8, 225, 227, 253. 

[205] Ilan Pappe and Moshe Maoz (eds.), Middle Eastern Politics and Ideas: A History from Within (London: Tauris, 1997), p. 199; Pappe, The Rise and Fall of a Palestinian Dynasty. The Husaynis 1700-1948 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010). 

[206] Pappe, The Rise and Fall, pp. 236, 277-78, 281, 304.

[207] For the Mufti’s Nazi collaboration see, for example, Klaus Gensicke, The Mufti and the Nazis: the Berlin Years (London: Valentine Mitchell, 2011); Barry Rubin and Wofgang Schwanitz, Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014).

[208] Pappe, The Rise and Fall, pp. 280, 315, 317. 

[209] Benny Morris, ‘Fallible Memory’, New Republic, 3 February 2011.  

[210] Benny Morris, ‘The Liar as Hero’, New Republic, 6 April 2011; idem, ‘Bleak House’, Tablet, 2 December 2010. 

[211] Karsh, Palestine Betrayed, pp. 4-5, 67, 81.

[212] Boaz Evron, A National Reckoning (Tel Aviv: Dvir, 1988; Hebrew).

[213] Joseph Agassi, Between Faith and Nationality (Tel Aviv: Papyrus, 1984).

[214] Roland Croucher and others, ‘Minimalism: The Copenhagen School of Thought’, John Marks Ministries, 5 January 2003 http://jmm.aaa.net.au/articles/9246.htm; Zeev Herzog, ‘Deconstructing the Walls of Jericho’, Haaretz, 29 October 1999. 

[215] Uri Ram, ‘Zionist Historiography and the Invention of Modern Jewish Nationhood’, History and Memory, 7 (Spring-Summer 1995), pp. 91-124.

[216] Shlomo Sand, The Invention of the Jewish People (London: Verso, 2009), p. 19.

[217] Mary Douglas, Risk and Blame: Essays in Cultural Theory (London: Routledge, 1992); Ofira Seliktar, ‘Identifying a Society’s Belief Systems’, in Margaret G. Hermann (ed.), Political Psychology (San Francisco: Jossey- Bass, 1986), pp. 320-54.

[218] See, for example, Anthony D. Smith, The Ethnic Revival (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981); idem, The Nation in History: Historiographical Debates about Ethnicity and Nationalism (Hanover: University Press of New England, 2000).

[219] Sand, The Invention, pp. 34, 37.

[220] Ibid, p. 40.  

[221] Ibid, pp. 54, 62-63.   

[222] Anita Shapira, ‘Jewish People Denier’, Journal of Israeli History, 28/1 (2009), pp. 63-72.

[223]  Sand, The Invention, pp. 73, 90, 91-92, 106-07.

[224]  Ibid, pp. 125-26.

[225]  Ibid, pp. 136, 139, 141.

[226]  Ibid, pp. 155, 162, 161-73, 174-75.

[227]  Ibid, pp. 192-210. 

[228] See, for example, Benny Morris, The Road to Jerusalem: Glubb Pasha, Palestine, and the Jews (London: Tauris, 2003).

[229] Benny Morris, The Road to Jerusalem: Glubb Pasha, Palestine and the Jews, (London: IB Tauris, 2002), 22

[230] Victor Shnirelman, ‘The Myths of the Khazars and Intellectual Anti-Semitism in Russia, 1970-1990s’ (Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 2002); John Klier’s review of Shnirelman’s report, Slavonic and East European Review, 83/4 (2005), pp. 779-80.     

[231]  Alfred Lilienthal, What Price Israel? (Chicago: Regnery, 1953).

[232]  Shapira, ‘Jewish People Denier’, pp. 63-72. 

[233] Sand, The Invention, pp. 18, 22.

[234]  Shapira, ‘Jewish People Denier’.

[235] Douglas M. Dunlop, The History of the Jewish Khazars (New York: Schoken, 1967), p. 261; Peter B. Golden The Qazars: Their History and Language as Reflected in the Islamic, Byzantine, Caucasian, Hebrew and Old Russian Sources (New York: Columbia University Press, 1970). 

[236]  Shapira, ‘Jewish People Denier’, p. 70.

[237]  Harry Ostrer, Legacy: A Genetic History of the Jewish People (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012); Harry Ostrer & Karl Skorecki, “The Population Genetics of the Jewish People,” Human Genetics, 132/2, February 2013, pp. 119-27; M.F. Hammer, et. al., “Jewish and Middle Eastern non-Jewish populations share a common pool of Y-chromosome biallelic haplotypes,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAC), 97/12 (2000), pp. 6769-74; Gil Atzmon, et. al, “Abraham’s Children in the Genome Era: Major Jewish Diaspora Populations Comprise Distinct Genetic Clusters with Shared Middle Eastern Ancestry,” American Journal of Human Genetics, 86/6 (2000), pp. 850-59.

[238] Roni Caryn Rabin, ‘In Israel, a Push to Screen for Cancer Gene Leaves Many Conflicted’, New York Times, 26 November 2013; Nicholas Wade, ‘Studies Show Jews’ Genetic Similarity’, New York Times, 9 June 2010.

[239]  Sand, The Invention, p. 277, afterword.  

[240]  Kate Yandel, ‘Genetic Roots of Ashkenzi Jews’, The Scientist, 8 October 2013.

[241]  Sand, The Invention, pp. ix, 305.

[242] Shmuel Eisenstadt, Israeli Society (New York: Free Press, 1978).

[243] Shlomo Swirski, Campus, Society and State (Tel Aviv: Mifras, 1982; Hebrew);   Uri Ram, The Changing Agenda of Israeli Sociology, Theory, Ideology and Identity (Albany: University of New York Press, 1995), pp. 123-25.

[244] Shlomo Swirski and Deborah Bernstein, ‘Who Worked at What, For Whom and For How Much: The Economic Development of Israel and Creation of Ethnic Labour Division’, Mahbarot Lemehkar Uvikoret, 4 (1980), pp. 5-63 http://www.amalnet.k12.il/meida/history2/hisi3055.htm; Shlomo Swirski and Sara Katzir, ‘Ashkenazim and Mizrahim: Dependency Relations in the Making in the Dependency Theory’, ibid, 1 (October 1978), pp. 21-59; Henry Rosenfeld, ‘The Class Situation of the Arab Minority in Israel’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 20 (July 1978), pp. 374-407. 

[245] Deborah Bernstein ‘Sociology is absorbing immigration: critical debate on the dominant school of the Israeli sociology’, Mahbarot Lemehkar Uvikoret, 1 (1978), pp. 5-19.

[246] Ram, The Changing Agenda, p. 146.

[247]  Uri Ram, ‘Civic Discourse in Israeli Sociological Thought’, International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 3 (Winter, 1989), pp. 255-72; idem, ‘The Future of the Past in Israel: A Sociology of Knowledge Approach’, in Benny Morris (ed.) The Making of Israel (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2007), pp. 203, 206, 207; idem, ‘Memory and Identity: The Sociology of the Debate of the New Historians’, Teoria Uvikoret, 8 (Summer 1996), pp. 9-33.

[248]  Uri Ram, Israeli Society: Critical Perspectives (Tel Aviv: Breirot, 1993; Hebrew), pp. 7-39.

[249]  Ibid, p. 149.

[250] Ram, The Changing Agenda, p. 148; D. Soyini Madison, Critical Ethnography: Methods, Ethics and Performance (London: Sage, 2005), p. 5.

[251] Nicholas B. Dicks, ‘Edward Said and Anthropology’, in Adel Iskander and Hakem Rustom (eds.), Edward Said. A Legacy of Emancipation and Representation (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010); Mustafa Kabha, ‘A Palestinian Look at the New Historians and the Post Zionism in Israel’, in Morris, (ed.), Making Israel, p. 303.

[252] Khalid Furani and Dan Rabinowitz’, The Ethnographic Arriving of Palestine’, Annual Review of Anthropology 40 (2011), 475-491, 483

[253] For the exposure of Said’s biographical fabrications see: Justus Weiner, ‘“My Beautiful Old House” and Other Fabrications by Edward Said’, Commentary, September 1999; Efrain Karsh and Rory Miller, ‘Did Edward Said Speak Truth to Power?’, Middle East Quarterly, Winter 2008, pp. 13-21. For Israeli defence of these fabrications see, for example: Ella Shohat, ‘The Postcolonial in Translation’, in Silvia Nagy-Zekmi (ed.), Paradoxical Citizenship: Edward Said (Lexington: Lexington Books, 2006), p. 42; Dan Rabinowitz, ‘Politically Contested Childhood’, Haaretz, 26 August 1999; Rabinowitz, ‘Writing Against the State: Transnationalism and the Epistemology of Minority Studies’, in Adriana Kemp, David Newman, Uri Ram, and Oren Yiftachel (eds.), Israelis in Conflict: Hegemonies, Identities and Challenges (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2004), pp. 81-100.

[254] Uri Ram, Israeli Nationalism. Social Conflict and the Politics of Knowledge (London: Rutledge, 2001), p. 81.

[255] Avishai Ehrlich, ‘Israel: Conflict, War and Social Change’, in C. Crighton and M. Shaw (eds.) The Sociology of War and Peace (London: Macmillan, 1987), p. 121.

[256] Gershon Shafir, Land, Labor and the Origins of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 1882-1914 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989), p. ix.

[257] Uri Ram, ‘The Colonization Perspective in Israeli Sociology: Internal and External Comparisons’, Journal of Historical Sociology, 6 (September 1993), pp. 327-350.

[258] Baruch Kimmerling, Zionism and Territory: The Socio-Territorial Dimension of Zionist Politics (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983), pp. 212-16.

[259] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Boundaries and Frontiers of the Israeli Control Systems’, in idem (ed.), The Israeli State and Society: Boundaries and Frontiers (Albany: State University of New York, 1989), pp. 265-84.

[260] Idem, ‘Sociology, Ideology and National Building: The Palestinians and their Meaning in Israeli Sociology’, American Sociological Review, 57 (August, 1992), pp. 446-60; idem, ‘Academic History Caught in the Cross-Fire’, History and Memory, 7 (1995), p. 47.

[261] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘The Decline of Colonialism’, in Adi Ophir (ed.), Al-Aqsa Intifada and the Israeli Left (Tel-Aviv: Keter, 2001; Hebrew), p. 131; idem, The Invention and Decline of Israeliness: State, Society and the Military (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001), p. 5.

[262] Idem, ‘Academic History Caught’, p. 47.

[263] Kimmerling, ‘Academic History’, pp. 42, 45, 53; idem, The Invention and Decline, pp. 115, 111.

[264] Uri Ram, ‘Zionist Historiography and the Invention of the Modern Jewish History: The Case of Ben Zion Dinur’, History and Memory, 7 (Spring-Summer 1995), pp. 91-124.

[265]  Ram, The Changing Agenda, pp. 116, 118.

[266] Shlomo Sand, ‘The Post-Zionist as an Agent of Unauthorized Memory: On the Structure of the Production of the Past in Israel’, Alpayim, 24 (2002), pp. 224-25 (Hebrew).

[267] Uri Ram, ‘The Big M: McDonald and the Globalization of the Homeland’, Teoria Uvikoret, 23 (Fall 2003), pp. 179-212; idem, ‘The State of the Nation’, in Kemp et al, Israelis in Conflicts, pp. 305-20.

[268] Alek D. Epstein, ‘The Decline of Israeli Sociology’, Azure, 16 (Winter 2004), pp. 78-108; ‘Israeli Sociologist Uri Ram Awarded NSSR Distinguished Alumni Prize’, The New School for Social Research, 17 May 2011 http://blogs.newschool.edu/news/2011/05/uri-ram-distinguished-alumni-prize/.

[269] Uri Ram, ‘The Time of the Post: Comments on Israeli Sociology Since the 1990s’, Teoria Uvikoret, 26 (Spring 2005), pp. 241- 44; idem, Israeli Nationalism, p. 81; idem, ‘The Future of the Past’, p. 216.

[270] Moshe Lissak, ‘Critical Sociology and Established Sociology in the Israeli Academic Community: Ideological Struggle or Academic Discourse’, Israel Studies, 1 (1996), pp. 247-94; Eliezer Ben-Rafael‘Critical Versus Non-critical Sociology: An Evaluation’, Israel Studies, 2 (Spring 1997), pp. 174-93; Hazony, The Jewish State, p. 14.

[271] Ella Shohat, ‘Mizrahim in Israel: Zionism from the Standpoint of its Jewish Victims’, Social Text, Fall 1988, pp. 1-35.

[272] Yehouda Shenhav, The Arab Jews: A Postcolonial Reading of Nationalism, Religion and Ethnicity (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006), p. xiii.

[273] Yehouda Shenhav and Gideon Kunda, ‘The Fertile Imagination of the West: How Israel’s Ethnic Problem is Represented’, Teoria Uvikoret, Summer 1992, pp. 137-46; Shenhav, ‘What is there Between the Mizrahi Issue and Palestinian Nationalism’, http://www.ha-keshet.org.il/english/what_between.htm.

[274] Yehouda Shenhav, ‘The Phenomenology of Colonization and the Politics of ‘Difference;’ European Zionist Emissaries and the Arab-Jews in Colonial Abadan’, Social Identities 8/4 (2002), 521-544.

[275] Shenhav, The Arab Jews, p. 21.

[276]  Ian S. Lustick, ‘Review’, Middle East Journal, 61(Winter 2007), pp. 165-66.

[277] Shlomo Fischer, ‘Two Patterns of Modernization: On Analyzing Israel’s Ethnic Problem’, Teoria Uvikoret, Summer 1991, pp. 1-22; Shenhav and kunda, ‘The Fertile Western Imagination; Fischer, ‘Response to Shenhav and Kunda’, ibid, Summer 1992, pp. 147-54.

[278] See, for example, Moshe Gat, ‘Between Terror and Emigration: The case of Iraqi Jewry’, Israel Affairs, 7/1 (Autumn 2000).

[279] Harvey Goldberg and Chen Bram, ‘Sephardi/Mizrahi/Arab Jews: Reflections on Critical Sociology and the Study of Middle Eastern Jewries within the Context of Israeli Society’, Studies in Contemporary Jewry, 22 (2007), p. 240.

[280] Ephraim Yuchtman-Yaar, ‘Continuity and Change in Israeli Society: The Test of the Melting Pot’, Israel Studies 10/2, 2007, p. 92; Yehouda Shenhav, ‘Modernity and the Hybridization of Nationalism and Religion: Zionism and the Jews of the Middle East’, Theory and Society, 36/1 (2007), p. 8.

[281] Yehouda Shenahv, ‘The Cloak, the Cage, and the Fog of Sanctity: The Zionist Mission and the Role of Religion in the Middle East’, Nations and Nationalism, 9/4 (2003), p. 525. 

[282] Shenhav, ‘Modernity and the Hybridization’, p. 3.

[283] Yaacov Yadgar, ‘Shas as a Struggle to Create a New Field: A Bourdieunan Perspective of an Israeli Phenomenon’, Sociology of Religion, 64/2 (2003), pp. 225, 228.

[284]  Eva Illouz ‘What if Judeo-Arabs had built the Institutions of the State of Israel?’ Haaretz, 15 March 2012.

[285]  Yossi Yonah and Yehouda Shenhav, What is Multiculturalism ? On the Politics of Identity in Israel (Tel Aviv: Bavel, 2005; Hebrew); Moshe Shokeid, ‘For the Sin We Did Not Commit in the Research of Oriental Jewry’, Israel Studies, Spring, 2001, p. 29.

[286] ‘Ethnic Divides, Social Inequality and Public Participation in Peace Movements in Israel’, a research project directed by Dr. Nissim Mizrahi, http://israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=8388&page_data%5Bid%5D=174&cookie_lang=enhttp://www.scharf-links.de/44.0.html?&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=7377&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=56&cHash=7d06123150

[287] Shahar Smooha, ‘New Research: The Gap Between Ashkenazim to Mizrahim Substantially Narrowed Down’, Globes, 12 October 2013 (Hebrew).

[288]  Sharon Shpurer, ‘Movin’ On Up’, Haaretz, 20 January 2012.

[289] Shlomo Swirski, quoted in Ram, Israeli Nationalism, p. 72.

[290] Barbara Swirski, ‘Control and Abuse: The Beating of Women in Israel’, Mahbarot Lemehkar Uvikoret, 7 (1981), 37-62

[291] Deborah Bernstein, The Struggle for Equality: Urban Women Workers in Pre-State Israeli Society (New York: Praeger, 1987); Hanna Herzog, ‘The Fringes of the Margin: Women’s Organizations in the Civic Sector of the Yishuv’, in Deborah S. Bernstein, (ed.) Pioneers and Homemakers: Jewish Women in the Pre-State Israel (Albany: State University of New York, 1992), 283-304

[292] Hanna Herzog, Gendering Politics: Women in Israel (Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 1999), pp. 5-6.

[293] Hanna Herzog, ‘Post-Zionist Discourse in Alternative Voices: A Feminist Perspective’, in Ephraim Nimni (ed.) The Challenge of Post-Zionism: Alternatives to Fundamentalist Politics in Israel (London: Verso, 2003), pp. 154-55.

[294] Herzog, ‘Post-Zionist’, p. 158.

[295] Smadar Lavie, ‘Mizrahi Feminism and the Question of Palestine’, Journal of Middle East Studies, Spring 2011, pp. 56-88; Pnina Motzafi-Haller, ‘Negotiating Difference in Israeli Scholarship: towards a New Feminist Discourse’, in Adriana Kemp et al (eds.), Israelis in Conflict, p. 164;  Henriette Dahan-Kalev, ‘Tensions in Israeli Feminism: The Mizrahi-Ashkenazi Rift’, Women’s Studies International Forum 24/6 (2001), pp. 669-684, http://www.ha-keshet.org.il/english/Tensions.htm.

[296] Motzafi-Haller, ‘Negotiating’, pp. 165-66; Dahan-Kalev, ‘Tensions’.

[297] Motzafi-Haller, Negotiating, 164-166; Dahan-Kalev, Tensions, 669-684.

[298] Pnina Motzafi-Haller, 165-166; Lavie, Mizrahi Feminism, 56-88.

[299] Yehouda Shenhav ‘The Bond of Silence’, Haaretz, 27 December 1996.

[300] Michael Shalev, quoted in Ben-Rafael, ‘Critical Versus Non-critical Sociology’; Peter Taylor, Political Geography: World Economy, Nation-State and Locality, (London: Longman, 1996); idem, The Way the Modern World Works: World Hegemony to World Impasse (New York: Wiley, 1996).

[301] Parsons, The Social System; Easton, The Political System.

[302] Arno Lijphart, Democracies; Patterns of Majoritarian and Consensus Government in Twenty One Countries (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984).

[303] Sammy Smooha, ‘Ethnic Democracy: Israel as an Archetype’, Israel Studies, Fall 1997, pp. 198-241; Alan Dowty, ‘Is Israel Democratic? Substance and Semantics in the “Ethnic Democracy” Debate’, ibid, Fall 1999, pp. 1-15.

[304] Ben-Rafael, ‘Critical versus Non-Critical Sociology’; Gershon Shafir, ‘Israeli Society: A Counterview’, Israeli Studies, 1/2 (1996), pp. 189-213.

[305] Yoav Peled and Gershon Shafir, ‘Split Labor Market and the State: The Effect of Modernization on Jewish Industrial Workers in Tzarist Russia’, American Journal of Sociology, May 1987, pp. 1435- 65.

[306] Cass R. Sunstein, ‘Beyond the Republican Revival’, Yale Law Journal, July 1988, pp. 1539-90;  Michael Sandel, Liberalism and the Limits of Justice (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982); idem, ‘The Procedural Republic and the Unencumbered Self’, Political Theory, 1984, 12, pp. 81-96; Marilyn Friedman, ‘Feminism and Modern Friendship: Dislocating the Community’, Ethics 99 (1989), pp. 275-90.

[307] Yoav Peled, ‘Ethnic Democracy and the Legal Construction of Citizenship: Arab Citizens of the Jewish State’, American Political Science Review, June 1992, p. 434.

[308] Ibid, pp. 435, 440.

[309] Yoav Peled, ‘From Zionism to Capitalism’, Middle East Report, July-August 1995, pp. 16, 17.

[310] Yoav Peled and Gershon Shafir, ‘The Roots of Peacemaking: the Dynamics of Citizenship in Israel’, International Journal of Middle East Studies, August 1996, pp. 391-413.

[311] Gershon Shafir, ‘Israeli Decolonization and Critical Sociology’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Spring, 1996, pp. 23-35.

[312] Gershon Shafir and Yoav Peled, ‘Introduction: The Socioeconomic Liberalization of Israel’, in Shafir and Peled (eds.) The New Israel: Peacemaking and Liberalization (Boulder: Westview, 2000), pp. 1, 10-11; Uri Ram, ‘The Promised Land of Business Opportunities: Liberal Post-Zionism in the Global Age’, ibid, pp. 217-42.

[313] Gershon Shafir, Yoav Peled, Being Israeli: The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002), pp. ix-x; Rogers Smith, Civic Ideals: Conflicting Visions of Citizenship in U.S. History (New Haven: Yale University Press,1997), pp. 13-35.

[314] Shafir and Peled, Being Israeli: The Dynamics, 6, 11; Yasemin Soysal, Limits of Citizenship: Migrants and Postnational Membership in Europe, (University of Chicago Press, 1994)

[315] Shafir and Peled, Being Israeli, pp. ix-x, 171.

[316] Ben-Rafael, ‘Critical versus Non-Critical’, p. 182.

[317] Kaylin Goldstein, ‘Reading Palestine-Israel on Coloniality and other Paradigms’, Middle East Report, Winter 2002, pp. 50-52.

[318] Yoav Peled, ‘Zionist Realities. Debating Palestine-Israel’, New Left Review, March-April, 2006, pp. 21-36.

[319] Yoav Peled, Noah Lewin-Epstein, Guy Mundlak, Jean Cohen, (ed.), Democratic Citizenship and War, (London: Routledge, 2012).

[320] Yoav Peled, The Challenge of Ethnic Democracy: The State and Minority Groups in Israel, Poland and Northern Ireland, (London: Routledge, 2013), p. 149.

[321] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Sociology, Ideology and National Building: The Palestinians and their Meaning in Israeli Sociology’, American Sociological Review, August 1992, pp. 446-60.

[322] Baruch Kimmerling and Irit Baker, The Interrupted System: Israeli Civilians in War and Routine Times (New Brunswick: Transactions Books, 1985); Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Change and Continuity in Zionist Territorial Orientations and Politics’, Comparative Politics, January 1982, pp. 191-210.

[323] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Peace in Exchange of Territory: A Macrosociologial Analysis of the Concept of Peace in Zionist Ideology’, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, February 1987, pp. 5-27.

[324] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Preface’, idem (ed.), The Israeli State and Society: Boundaries and Frontiers (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), p. ix; idem, ‘Sociology, Ideology and National Building. The Palestinians and their Meaning in Israeli Sociology’, American Sociological Review, August 1992, pp. 446-60.

[325] Stanley B. Greenberg, Race and State in Capitalist Development, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1980); Legitimating the Illegitimate: State, Markets and Resistance in South Africa (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987), 130-1, 135, 207

[326] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Boundaries and Frontiers of the Israeli Control System: Analytical Conclusion’, in Baruch Kimmerling, (ed.) The Israeli State and Society: Boundaries and Frontiers (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), 266, 280

[327] Baruch Kimmerling ‘Sociology, Ideology and Nation-Building’, p. 450.

[328] IbidBaruch Kimmerling, ‘Patterns of Militarism in Israel’, European Journal of Sociology, November 1993, pp. 196-223.

[329] Yoram Peri, ‘The Radical Social Scientists and Israeli Militarism’ Israel Studies, 1 (1996), pp. 240, 254.

[330] Kimmerling, The Invention and Decline, pp. 3-4, 232.

[331] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘The Decline of Colonialism’, in Adi Ophir (ed.) Real Time, pp. 128-137.

[332] Baruch Kimmerling, Politicide: The Real Legacy of Ariel Sharon (London: Verso, 2003), pp. 3-4.

[333] Ibid, p. 39.

[334] IbidPreface.

[335] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Benny Morris’s Shocking Interview’, History News Network 26 January 26 2004 (http://hnn.us/articles/3166.html).

[336] Baruch Kimmerling, ‘The Continuation of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by “Academic” Means: Reflections on the Problematiques of Publishing Books and Reviewing Them’, Contemporary Sociology, September 2006, pp. 447-49.

[337] Chad Alan Goldberg ‘Politicized Revisited’, Contemporary Sociology, May 2005, p. 229; Eliezer Ben-Rafael, ‘Critical versus Non-critical Sociology’.

[338] Oren Yiftachel, Ethnocracy: Land and Identity Politics in Israel and Palestine (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), p. 6; personal website at http://www.geog.bgu.ac.il/members/yiftachel/yiftachel.html.

[339] John Friedmann, Empowerment. The Politics of Alternative Development (Oxford; Blackwell, 1992), pp. 3-4.

[340] Oren Yiftachel, ‘Subject: publishing and jobs’, a forum for critical and radical geographers, 2 November 1997 (https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=crit-geog-forum;64091ed5.9711).

[341] http://www.geog.bgu.ac.il/members/yiftachel/yiftachel.html. 

[342] Oren Yiftachel, Urban Development, a Challenge for Frontier Regions: Book of Abstracts (Beersheba: Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 1998), ‘Preface’, p. ix.

[343] Oren Yiftachel and Avinoam Meir (eds.), Ethnic Frontiers Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (Boulder: Westview, 1998), pp. 7, 43-47.

[344] Asad Ghanim, Nadim Rouhana and Oren Yiftachel, ‘Questioning “Ethnic Democracy”: A Response to Sammy Smooha’, Israel Studies, 3 (1998), pp. 253-67; Oren Yiftachel, ‘Democracy or Ethnocracy: Territory and Settler Policies in Israel/Palestine’,  MERIP, Middle East Research Project, July 1998;  “’Ethnocracy”: the Politics of Judaizing Israel/Palestine’, Constellations: International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 6/3 (1999), pp. 364-90.

[345] Oren Yiftachel, ‘From Fragile “Peace” to Creeping Apartheid: Notes on the Recent Politics of Israel/Palestine’, Arena Journal, 16 (2001) http://www.geog.bgu.ac.il/members/yiftachel/new_papers_eng/arena-print.htm.

[346] Oren Yiftachel, ‘Between Apartheid and Conciliation’, in Ophir (ed.), The Time of Truth, pp. 156-66; idem, ‘Political Trajectories in Israel/Palestine’, Arena Journal, 16/1 (2001), pp. 13-25; idem, ‘Israel Elects Sharon: Contradictions of a Creeping Apartheid’, MERIP, 12 February 2001; idem, ‘The Shrinking Space of Citizenship: Ethnocratic Politics in Israel’, MERIP, summer 2002.

[347] Andy Beckett, ‘It’s water on stone - in the end the stone wears out’, Guardian, 12 December 2002.

[348] Yiftachel, Ethnocracy, pp. 6, 20, 34.

[349]  Ibid, pp. 89, 99-100.

[350]  Ibid, p. x.

[351] Ibid, pp. 85, 103-10.

[352]  Ibid, pp. 102-23.

[353]  Ibid, pp. 120, 125-30.

[354] Ibid, pp. 284, 287.

[355] Ibid, p. 282.

[356] Ibid, p. 40.

[357] Oren Yiftachel, ‘Creeping Apartheid in Israel-Palestine’, Middle East Report, 253, Winter 2009, pp. 7-15, 37; idem, ‘Voting for Apartheid: The 2009 Israeli Election’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Spring, 2009, pp. 72-85.

[358] Alan Dowty, ‘Is Israel Democratic? Substance and Semantics in the “Ethnic Democracy” Debate, Israel Studies, Fall 1999, pp. 1-15. See also: Havatzelet Yahel, Ruth Kark, and Seth J. Frantzman, ‘Are the Negev Bedouin an Indigenous people?’ Middle East Quarterly, Summer 2012, pp. 3-14.

[359] Natan Nestle, ‘Groups that Demonize Israel Place themselves outside the Tent’, Jerusalem Post, 27 February 2012.

[360] Neve Gordon and Ruchama Marton, Torture: Human Rights, Medical Ethics and the Case of Israel (London: Zed Books, 1995).

[361] Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality: Volume 1, An Introduction (New York: Pantheon, 1990), pp. 92-93.

[362] Giorgio Agamben, State of Exception (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008), pp. 2-4, 40.

[363] Neve Gordon, ‘Foucault’s Subject: An Ontological Reading’, Polity, Spring 1999, pp. 395-414; idem, ‘On Visibility of Power: An Arendtian Corrective on Foucault’, Human Studies, 25/2 (2002), pp. 125-45.

[364] Neve Gordon, Israel's Occupation (California: University of California Press, 2008), pp. 3-4.

[365] Ibid, pp. 8-9.

[366] Ibid, pp. 19-20.

[367] Agamben, State of Exception, p. 2; Gordon, Israel’s Occupation, p. 5.

[368] Gordon, Israel’s Occupation, p. 222.

[369] Ibid, pp. 222-34.

[370] Nitza Berkovitch and Neve Gordon, ‘The Political Economy of Transnational Regimes. The Case of Human Rights’, International Studies Quarterly, December 2008, pp. 881-904; Neve Gordon ‘Boycott Israel’, Los Angeles Times, 20 August 2009.

[371] Neve Gordon, ‘Israel’s Struggle for Social Justice’, The Nation, 26 May 2008.

[372] Walter Laqueur, ‘Reality Check: The Hazards of Optimism’, World Affairs Journal, March/April 2013.

[373] Neve Gordon, ‘Israeli Media “fears” New Egypt’, Aljazeera, 21 February 2011; ‘A Villa in the Jungle: The Arab Awakening through the Lens of the Israeli Media’, Middle East Law and Governance 3 (2011), pp. 105-17; Neve Gordon and Yinon Cohen, ‘Western Interests, Israeli Unilateralism, and the Two-State Solution’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Spring 2012, pp. 6-18.

[374] Aviv Lavie, ‘Not for the Faint Hearted, Haaretz, 7 May 2004.

[375] Lev Luis Grinberg, Split Corporatism in Israel (Albany: State university of New York Press, 1991); idem, Histadrut Above All (Jerusalem: Nevo, 1993; Hebrew).

[376] Lev Grinberg, ‘Book Review’, Contemporary Sociology, May 2003, pp. 348-49.

[377] Leslie Susser, ‘Military Complex - Cover Story’, Jerusalem Report, 27 December 2004.

[378] Lev Grinberg, ‘Imagined Democracy: A Theoretical Background and a Historical Perspective’, Israeli Sociology, 3 (1999; Hebrew); La Libre Belgique, 29 March 2004 quoted in Joel Fishman, ‘Lev Grinberg and the Meaning of Symbolic Genocide’, Nativ, June 2004.

[379] Lev Luis Grinberg, Politics and Violence in Israel/Palestine: Democracy versus Military Rule (London: Routledge, 2010), pp. 3, 202, 211.

[380] Ibid, pp. 2-3, 46.

[381] Ibid, pp. 4, 24.

[382] Michael Mann, The Dark Side of Democracy. Explaining Ethnic Cleansing (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005), p. 519; Grinberg, Politics and Violence, pp. 15-16, 20,

[383] Grinberg, Politics and Violence, pp. 12, 15-16, 20.

[384] Ibid, pp. 23-24, 45.

[385] Ibid, pp. 93-94.

[386] Grinberg, Politics and Violence, 94

[387] See, for example, Efraim Karsh, Arafat’s War (New York: Grove/Atlantic, 2003).

[388] Grinberg, Politics and Violence, pp. 58-61, 85-89, 91, 95.

[389] Ibid, p. 214.

[390] Lev Grinberg, ‘Not One, Not Two, Thoughts on the Common Future in Israel-Palestine’, Public Sphere, Summer 2012 (Hebrew).

[391] Buber, Martin, ‘We Need the Arabs, They Need Us!’ in Paul Mendes-Flohr (ed.), A Land of Two People (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1954).

[392] Sol Stern, ‘Hannah Arendt and the Origins of Israelphobia’, City Journal Winter 2012.

[393] Hazony, The Jewish State, p. 262.

[394] Amos Goldberg, ‘Filling the Gaps in Israel’s Holocaust Reading List’, Haaretz, 13 December 2012; Nathaniel Popper, ‘A Conscious Pariah’ The Nation, 19 April 2010.    

[395] Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism (New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1973).

[396] Elhanan Yakira, Post-Zionism, Post-Holocaust: Three Essays on Denial, Forgetting, and the Delegitimation of Israel (NY: Cambridge University Press, 2010), p. 51.

[397] Joe Lockard, ‘Israeli Utopianism Today: Interview with Adi Ophir’, Tikkun, November/December 2004.

[398] Quoted in Hazony, The Jewish State, p. 12. See also: Ariella Azoulay and Adi Ophir, ‘100 Years of Zionism, 50 Years of a Jewish State’, Tikkun, March-April 1998, pp. 68-71; Ophir, ‘The Contribution of Global Humanitarianism to the Transformation of Sovereignty’, paper presented at the International Workshop on Catastrophes in the Age of Globalization ,Van Leer institute, January 2003. 

[399] Michiko Kakutani, ‘Critic’s Notebook: When History is a Casualty’, New York Times, 30 April 1993.

[400] Paul Rassinier, Holocaust Story and the Lies of Ulysses (Paris: Institute for Historical Review, 1989).

[401]  Yakira, Post-Zionism, p. 7.

[402] Amadeo Bordiga, ‘Auschwitz as the Great Alibi’, Programme Communiste, 1960, http://www.marxists.org/archive/bordiga/works/1960/auschwitz.htm.

[403] Pierre Guillaume, ‘Debord’, The Vielle Taupe, Spring 1995, http:/www.notbored.org/guillaume.html.

[404] Jean-Francois Lyotard, The Postmodern Condition; A Report on Knowledge (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1985); idem, Just Gaming (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1985).

[405] Jean-François Lyotard, The Differend: Phrases in Dispute (University of Minnesota Press, 1988), p. 9.

[406] Stephen David Ross, ‘Lyotard and Disaster: Forgetting the Good’, in Alan Milchman and Alan Rosenberg (eds.), Postmodernism and the Holocaust (Atlanta: Rodopi, 1998), p. 265.

[407]  Boaz Evron, ‘The Holocaust: A Danger to the People’, Iton 77, May-June 1980.

[408] Yehuda Elkana, ‘In Favour of Forgetting’, Haaretz, 2 March 1988; Adi Ophir, ‘Homage to Yehuda Elkana: Two-Tier Thinking’, Science in Context, 9/2, 1991, pp. 177-88; Idith Zertal, ‘From the People’s Hall to the Wailing Wall: A Study in Memory, Fear, and War’, Representations, Winter 2000, p. 98.  

[409] Adi Ophir, ‘On Sanctifying the Holocaust’, Politika , 8 (1986) pp. 2-5 (Hebrew).

[410] Idem, The Order of Evil: toward an Ontology of Morals (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 2000; Hebrew), pp. 69, 346.

[411] Yakira, Post-Zionism, pp. 71-79, 164; Ophir, The Order of Evil, p. 552. 

[412] Ophir, Real Time, pp. 11-12. 

[413]  Idem, The Worship of the Present: Essay on an Israeli Culture for Our Time (Tel Aviv: Hakibutz Hameuhad, 2002), p. 168.

[414] James Miller, ‘Is Bad Writing Necessary? George Orwell, Theodore Adorno and the Politics of Literature’, Linugua Features, December-January, 2000, http://linguafranca.mirror.theinfo.org/9912/writing.html; Adi Ophir, ‘The Contribution of Global Humanitarianism’, in Workshop on The Catastrophe in the Age of Globalization, (Tel Aviv University, 2003) http://roundtable.kein.org/sites/newtable.kein.org/files/moral%20technologies%20E.doc

[415] Ophir, Order of Evil, pp. 21-22.

[416] Ibid, pp. 22, 28, 165.

[417] Ibid, pp. 520-22.

[418] Ibid, pp. 522, 527, 533.   

[419] Ibid, pp. 450, 519, 533, 536.

[420]  Ibid, pp. 534, 538.

[421] Ibid, pp. 531,541-42.

[422] Ibid, pp. 543, 571.

[423] Ibid, p. 530.

[424] Ibid, p. 562.

[425] Ibid, pp. 560-61. 

[426]  Ibid, pp. 59-92.

[427] In accordance with the Oslo Accords by May 1994 Israel had completed its withdrawal from the Gaza Strip (apart from a small stretch of territory containing Israeli settlements) and the Jericho area of the West Bank. By the end of 1995 Israeli forces had been withdrawn from the West Bank’s populated areas with the exception of Hebron (where redeployment was completed in early 1997). See Efraim Karsh, ‘What Occupation?’ Commentary, July-August 2002.

[428] Ophir Orders of Evil, pp. 566, 587.

[429]  Yakira, Post-Zionism, pp. 54, 66, 89.

[430] Adi Ophir, ‘Reflection on Gaza from Tel Aviv’, ZSpace 11 January 2009 http://www.zcommunications.org/reflections-on-gaza-from -tel-aviv-by-adi-ophir.

[431] Michal Givoni, ‘Witnessing/Testimony’, Mafteah, 2 (2011), p. 149.

[432] Ariella Azoulay, ‘When the Body Politic Ceases to be an Idea’, Manifesta Journal, 16, http://www.manifestajournal.org/issues/regret-and-other-back-pages/when-body-politic-ceases-be-idea.

[433] Moshe Zuckermann ‘Toward a Critical Analysis of Israeli Political Culture’, in John Bunzl and Benjamin Beit Hallahmi (eds.), Psychoanalysis, Identity and Ideology: Critical Essays on the Israel/Palestine Case (Berlin: Springer Science-Business Media 2002), pp. 59-61.  

[434] Moshe Zuckermann, ‘The Course of Forgetting: Israel and the Holocaust’, Telos, 21 December 1988, pp. 43-54, 78.

[435] Moshe Zuckermann, Holocaust in the Sealed Room (Tel Aviv: self published, 1993; Hebrew), pp. ix-x, 21-28, 150.

[436] Ibid, pp. 30, 60.  

[437] Ibid, pp. 30, 184.

[438] Moshe Zuckermann, ‘The June 1967 War and its Influence on the Political Culture in Israel’, in Haim Gordon, (ed.) Looking Back at the Six Day War (Westport: Praeger, 1999), pp. 149-56.

[439] Moshe Zuckerman, ‘The Yearning of Anxiety and the Ideology of Peace’, in Ophir (ed.), Real Time, pp. 265-74.

[440] Moshe Zuckerman, On the Fabrication of Israelism: Myth and Ideology in a Society at Conflict (Tel Aviv: Resling, 2001; Hebrew), p. 103.

[441] Moshe Zuckerman, Reification of ManAphorisms on Social, Political and Cultural Topics (Tel Aviv: Resling, 2003; Hebrew), pp. 13, 35, 52.  

[442] Idem, ‘Shoah on Trial: Aspects of the Holocaust in Israeli Political Culture’, in Ilan Pappe and Jamil Hilal (eds.) Across the Wall: Narratives of Israeli-Palestinian History (London: Tauris, 2010), pp. 75-86; idem, ‘Islamofascism: Remarks on a Current Ideologeme’, Die Welt des Islams, 52 (2012), p. 364.  

[443] Zuckerman, ‘The Shoah on Trial’, pp. 79, 82-83.

[444]  Ibid. 

[445] Cited in Dora Apel, War Culture and the Contest of Images (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press 2012), p. 215.

[446] Moshe Zuckerman, Antisemit! Ein Vorwurf als Herrschaftsinstrument (Vienna: Promeida Verlag, 2010), p. 14. 

[447] Moshe Zuckerman, ‘Islamofascism. Remarks on a Current Ideologeme’, Die Welt des Islams, 52/3-4 (2012), pp. 354, 357, 361-62, 364-65.

[448] Ibid.

[449] Yakira, Post-Zionism, pp. 101, 121, 124; Robert Wistrich, From Ambivalence to Betrayal: The Left, the Jews and Israel (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2012), p. 470.

[450] Ernest Nagel, The Structure of Science: Problems in the Logic of Scientific Explanation (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 1987), p. 537; Michael Billing, Social Psychology and Group Relations (London: Academic Press, 1976), pp. 45-47.

[451] Zuckerman, ‘Toward a Critical Analysis’, p. 61.

[452] Said Amir Arjomand, ‘Iran’s Islamic Revolution in Comparative Perspective’, World Politics, April 1986, pp. 383-414; Jeffrey M. Bale, ‘Islamism and Totalitarianism’, Totalitarian Movements and Political Religion 10 (2009), pp. 73-96; Emilio Gentile, ‘Fascism, Totalitarianism and Political Religion: Definitions and Critical Reflections on Criticism of an Interpretation’, Totalitarian Movements and Political Religion, 5/3 (2004), pp. 335-75; Rubin and Schwanitz, Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East.

[453] Zuckerman, Holocaust in the Sealed Room, pp. 79-88;  Jerrold Post, ‘A Political Personality Profile of Saddam Hussein’, Testimony to House Foreign Relations Committee, December 1990, quoted in Ofira Seliktar, The Politics of Intelligence and American Wars with Iraq (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), pp. 50-52.  

[454] Moshe Zimmermann, Germany’s Past, Israel’s Memory (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 2002; Hebrew), pp. 25- 26.

[455] Moshe Zimmermann, ‘Muscle Jewry - the Remedy to the Nervous Jewry’, Zmanim 83 (2003), pp. 56-65; idem, ‘Israel’s Prenatal Memory: Born in 1948 - Traumatized in 1938’, in Ruth Wodak and Gertrud Auer-Borea, (eds.) Justice and MemoryConfronting Traumatic Past (Austria: Erschienen, 2009), pp. 309-16.

[456]  Moshe Zimmermann, Deutche gegen Deutsche: Das Schicksal der Juden 1938-1945 (Berlin: Aufbau-Verlag, 2008), p. 247.

[457] Ibid, pp. 22-23, 118.

[458]  Moshe Zimmermann, Die Angst vor dem Frieden: Das israelische Dilemma (Berlin: Aufbau Verlag: 2010), p. 142.

[459] Moshe Zimmermann, ‘Absurd Travel Ban. Gunter Grass Has Aided Israel’s Right Wing’, Spigel Online International, 9 April 9 2012.

[460] Arn Strohmeyer, ‘Peace with Arabs would be a nightmare, http://www.arendt-art.de/deutsch/palestina/Stimmen_deutsch/strohmeyer_arn_angst_vor_frieden_zimmermann_moshe.htm.

[461]  Seth Frantzman, ‘Israeli Scholars of German, the Nazis & Nakba’, Words and War, 22 February 2009. http://www.wordsandwar.com/2009/05/08/israeli-scholars -of- german-nazis-and-nakba/.   

[462] Isidor F. Stone, Underground to Palestine, (New York: Pantheon, 1978).

[463] Aviva Halamish, ‘Britain vs. Exodus 1947: who won and at what price?’ in Nahum Bogner, Avivah Halamish, Idith Zerṭal (eds.) The Contribution of the Haapala to the Struggle Against the British,1945-1947 (Yad Tabenkin: Ramat Efal, 1991; Hebrew).

[464] Tom Segev, The Seventh Million (New York: Henry Halt and Company, 1991), pp. 158, 169.

[465] Idith Zertal, ‘Disappearing Souls: The Maapilim and the Mossad Lealiya Bet in the Struggle for the Establishment of the State and Thereafter’, Hatzionut, August 1989, pp. 107-26 (Hebrew).  

[466] Idith Zertal, ‘The Mossad Lealiya Bet as a political tool of the Zionist leadership’, in Bogner et al (eds.), The Contribution, p. 53.

[467] Idith Zertal, From Catastrophe to Power: The Holocaust Survivors and the Emergence of Israel (Berkley: University of California Press, 1998), pp. xi, 4.

[468] Ibid, pp. 6, 37, 215.

[469] Ibid, pp. 37, 177-82.

[470] Ibid, p. 151.

[471]  Ibid, pp. 262-63, 271-72.

[472] Ibid, pp. 217, 263-64.  

[473]  Ibid, pp. 263-69.

[474]  Ibid, pp. 270-71.

[475] Ibid, p. 274.

[476] Uri Goren, On both Sides of the Crypto, (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform2008), pp. 204- 12.

[477] Zeev Mankowitz, ‘The Politic and Ideology of Survivors of the Holocaust in the American Zone of Occupied Germany 1945-1946’, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, PhD dissertation, July 1987; Dan Michman, ‘From Holocaust to Resurrection! From Holocaust to Resurrection?’ Studies in Israeli and Modern Jewish Society (Beersheba: Ben Gurion University, 2000; Hebrew), p. 250.

[478] Dalia Ofer, ‘The Bearers and the Burden: Between Means and Goals - Policy, Olim, Immigrants and Ordinary people (On Zehavam Shel Hayehudim by Idith Zertal)’, Studies in Israeli and Modern Jewish Society (Beersheba: Ben-Gurion University, 1998; Hebrew), pp. 633, 636, 640 642-44.

[479] Idith Zertal ‘From the People’s Hall to the Wailing Wall: A Study in Memory, Fear and War’, Representations, 69 (Winter 2000), pp. 96-126. 

[480] Idith Zertal, Israel's Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011), pp. 32, 34.  

[481] Ibidpp. 26, 35-37.

[482] Idith Zertal, The Nation and Death (Tel Aviv: Dvir, 2002; Hebrew), pp. 16-17, 25.

[483] Idem, Israel's Holocaust, pp. 63, 95. 

[484] Ibid, pp. 95-96, 98-100.

[485] Ibid, pp. 114-19.

[486] Ibid, p. 60.

[487] Andrzej Kawalec, ‘Zapomniana Armia Ludowa’, 36/2009 (Polish)  http://www.przeglad-tygodnik.pl/pl/artykul/zapomniana-armia-ludowa.  

[488] Yair Sheleg, ‘Warsaw Ghetto Leader's Letter to 'Palestinian Partisans' Raises a Storm among Uprising Survivors and Zionists’, Haaretz, August 9, 2002

[489] For an English version see: Juilen Benda, Treason of the Intellectuals (New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1999).

[490] Yehouda Shenhav, ‘Treason of the Intellectuals? Israeli Sociologists and the Colonial Occupation in the Palestinian Territories’, in Ramoneda Joseph et.al. (eds.), Breaking the Wall II (Centre de Cultura Contenporenia de Barcelona, February 2008), http://www.cccb.org/rcs_gene/Yehuda_shenhav.pdf.

[491] Ishai Menuhin, Activism and Social Change (Tel Aviv: November Books, 2010), p. 8; Shenhav ‘Treason of the Intellectuals?’; Dan Bar-On ‘The silence of psychologists or why is there no ‘Post-Zionist’ Israeli Psychology?’ Journal of Political Psychology, 22/2 (2001), pp. 331-45.

[492] Keren, Ben-Gurion and the Intellectuals, p. 12; ‘Expressing their Views Against Annexation of Territories’, Davar, 21 December 1967; ‘Students squabbled over the establishment of the Committee Against Annexation’, Davar, 28 May 1968; ‘Students from Jerusalem demonstrated against annexation of the territories’, Davar, 17 June 1968.

[493] Yael Attiya and Ravid Rovner, ‘Bubble’ - Interview with Anat Biletzki, based on her lecture in the conference “Reworking Political Concepts II”’, Iton Philosophia (Hebrew), 10 July 2013.

[494] Uri Davis, ‘Israel's Zionist Society: Consequences for Internal Opposition and the Necessity for External Intervention’, in EAFORD and AJAZ (eds.), Judaism or Zionism?: What Difference for the Middle East? (London: Zed Books, 1986), pp. 176-201.

[495] Ruth Linn, ‘Conscientious Objection in Israel during the War in Lebanon’, Armed Forces and Society, July, 1986, pp. 489-512; Jon-Jay Tilsen, ‘Conscientious Objection to Military Service in Israel’, Congregation Beth-El Keser Israel, http://www.beki.org/conscientious.html.

[496]  Mordechai Bar-On, In Pursuit of Peace: A History of the Israeli Peace Movement, (Washington DC: US Institute of Peace, 1996), p. 195

[497] Ibid, pp. 193-97; Tamar Hermann, The Israeli Peace Movement: A Shattered Dream (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009), p. 99; Israeli Left Archive http://israeli-left-archive.org/cgi-bin/library?site=localhost&a=p&p=about&c=the21sty&l=en&w=utf-8.

[498]  Hermann, The Israeli Peace Movement, p. 100.

[499] Reuven Kaminer, The Politics of Protest: The Israeli Peace Movement and the Palestinians Intifada (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 1996), p. 55; Bar-On, In Pursuit of Peace, p. 197.

[500] Rachel Giora, ‘Milestones in the History of the Israeli BDS Movement: A Brief Chronology’, Boycott!, 18 January 2010 http://boycottisrael.info/content/milestones-history-israeli-bds-movement-brief-chronology.

[501] Bar-On, In Pursuit of Peace, pp. 225-27.

[502] Anat Matar, ‘The War to Annihilate the Civilian Palestinian Society’, Electronic Intifada, 29 December 2002; Adam Keller, ‘Punished - not for our disobedience but for our opinions’, New Profile http://www.newprofile.org/english/node/308; Laurie Zimmerman, ‘Interview with Anat Matar’, 30 May 2003, Palestine, Information with Provenance (PIWP)  http://cosmos.ucc.ie/cs1064/jabowen/IPSC/php/art.php?aid=12450.

[503] http://www.btselem.org/publications/summaries/199103_torture.

[504] Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (ICIPP), The Other Israel, August 1999, p. 17 http://www.israelipalestinianpeace.org/issues/89toi.htm.

[505] Martha Finnemore and Kathtryn Sikkink, ‘International Norms Dynamics and Political Change’, International Organization, Autumn 1998, pp. 887-917.

[506] Giora, ‘Milestones’.

[507] Mark Marshall, ‘Rethinking the Palestine Question: The Apartheid Paradigm’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Autumn 1995, pp. 15-22.

[508] Daphna Golan, ‘Letter to Deena’, in Deena Hurwtiz (ed.), Walking the Red Line: Israelis in Search of Justice for Palestine (Philadelphia: New Press, 1992), p. 101.

[509] Arie Dayan, ‘The Defeat Over Zionism and Racism: An Israeli View’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Spring 1993, pp. 96-105.

[510] Neve Gordon and Ruhama Marton, (eds.) TORTURE: Human Rights, Medical Ethics and the Case of Israel (London: Zed Books, 1995); Gordon, Israel’s Occupation, p. xiii.

[511] Dan Even, ‘IMA Cuts the PHR Over Call for Ouster of the Head of the World Medical Association’, Haaretz 10 August 2009.

[512] Menuhin, Activism and Social Change, p. 56.

[513] Hermann, The Israeli Peace Movement, pp. 182, 187, 192.

[514] Break the Conspiracy of Silence, Act Before it is too Late, 29 March 2002, http://www.pchrgaza.org/special/call.htm; Neve Gordon, ‘Don’t Fence Me In’, In These Times, 6 January 2003 (http://www.unz.org/Pub/InTheseTimes-2003jan06-00023)Lev Grinberg, ‘Symbolic Genocide’, La Libre Belgiuqe, 29 march 2004 (http://www.ginsburgh.net/textes/Symbolic_Genocide_Grinberg.html) ; Ofira Seliktar, ‘Tenured Radicals. From Post-Zionism to Political Activism’, Israel Affairs, December 2005, pp. 717-36.

[515] ‘An Urgent Appeal for International Involvement: Save Palestine and Israel’, 12 April 2003  http://www.opendemocracy.net/appeal_from_israel_0 ; http://www.israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=194&page_data[id]=178&cookie_lang=en.

[516] Neve Gordon, ‘For Oppressors, There Must be No Safe Haven’, National Catholic Review, 7 April 2000.

[517] Idem, ‘Open Letter to Aviv Kochavi’, Kol Hair, 23 March 2002 (Hebrew); idem, ‘Aviv Kochavi, How Did You Become a War Criminal?’ Counterpunch, April, 2002.

[518] Abeer Baker and Anat Matar, Threat. Palestinian Political Prisoners in Israel, (London: Pluto Press, 2011), pp. xiii-ix.

[519]  Giora, ‘Milestones in the History of Boycott’.

[520] See pp. 113-14 in this dissertation.

[521] Rebecca Stein, ‘Pappe Faces Down Prosecution’, Middle East Report, 223 (Summer 2002), p. 43.

[522] Paul de Rooij, ‘London conference a prelude to academic boycott of Israel’,  Washington Report on the Middle East, January/February 2005.

[523] Efraim Karsh, ‘Columbia and the Academic Intifada’, Commentary, July/august 2005, p. 27; Tamara Traubman, ‘Haifa University Academic Remains Steadfast in Support of Boycott’, Haaretz 27 April 2005.

[524] Ilan Pappe, ‘Back the Boycott’, Guardian, 24 May 2005.

[525] Points of Unity, Boycott! http://boycottisrael.info/content/points-unity

[526] Neve Gordon, ‘Boycott Israel’, Los Angeles Times, 20 August 2009/

[527] Giora, ‘Milestone’.

[528] Seliktar, Academic Freedom in Israel.

[529] The council of Higher Education Act 1958 http://www.knesset.gov.il/review/data/heb/law/kns3_highereducation.pdf (Hebrew).

[530] Haim Gans, ‘Academic Freedom’, Iyunei Mishpat (May 1987), pp. 442-45 (Hebrew).

[531] Amnon Rubinstein, ‘The Shahak Affair’, Haaretz October 10, 1974

[532] Michael Rabin, Haaretz, October 18, 1974; Arie Sachs Haaretz, October 16, 1974; in Paul Bogdanor, ‘The Legacy of Israel Shahak’, IsraCampus.Org.il , http://www.isracampus.org.il/third%20level%20pages/Editorial%20-%20Paul%20Bogdanor%20-%20Israel%20Shahak.htmYedioth Aharonot January 7, 1975; Israel Shahak Archiv, Liga Tatitgket Hetzkampange, http://erhard-arendt.de/deutsch/palestina/Shahak/Liga-Taetigkeit-Hetzkampagne/index.html; Alan Dershowitz’,Shahak, Best Proof of Freedom of Speech’ Letters to the Editor, Boston Globe, April 28, 1973 http://www.chomsky.info/letters/197304--.pdf

[533] Yair Sheleg, ‘When the anti-Israel sentiment comes from within’, Haaretz, March 10, 2005 http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/features/when-the-anti-israel-sentiment-comes-from-within-1.152640

[534] Ofira Seliktar, ‘Academic Freedom in Israel: A comparative Perspective’, Israel-Academia-Monitor.com 2013, http://israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=8596&page_data[id]=176&cookie_lang=en.

[535] Tomer Velmer, ‘Ben-Gurion University changes ethics code over political dramas’, YNET, 1 December 2011; Rachel Giora, ‘Israel Must Change or Collapse: On the Impact of BDS’, BOYCOTT! 1 July 2010,  http://boycottisrael.info/content/israel-must-change-or-collapse-impact-bds.

[536] Zoe Fox, ‘TAU Restricts Freedom of Speech’, Jerusalem Post, 12 May 2010 ; video of Alan Dershowitz’s speech (starts at 50 minutes), http://video.tau.ac.il/Lectures/General/Public_Relations/Honorary_Degree_10/ Joseph Klafter, ‘The Double Boycott Challenge’, Jerusalem Post , 15 February 2010; Open Letter to the President of Tel Aviv University http://2nd-ops.com/reuven/?p=61756.

[537] Decision number 1110/11 of the Council on Higher Education on Academic Boycott- December 21, 2010 http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/58-493.pdf (Hebrew)

[538] The Law to Prevent Damages to the State of Israel through Boycotts – 2011 (Hebrew) http://www.justice.gov.il/NR/rdonlyres/2210C972-7884-481B-805F-E486F5FBC1E9/29067/2304.pdf

[539]  Audrea Lim, (ed.) The Case for Sanctions Against Israel, (Verso Books, 2012), lxii ; Ayala Blupolski reported in the Israeli paper for art and culture, Akhbar Ha'ir on 4 September 2012, that Matar persuaded Brook to cancel his visit. Translated by the Palestinian-Indian Campaign to Boycott Israel http://incacbi.in/protesting-against-occupation-theatre-director-peter-brook-cancels-his-arrival

[540] Adi Ophir, Michal Givoni and Sari Hanafi, (eds.) The Power of Inclusive Exclusion: Anatomy of Israeli-Rule in the Occupied Territories (New York: Zone Books, 2009); Sari Hanafi. ‘My talk in the AUB town Hall’, American University in Beirut, March 2010 http://staff.aub.edu.lb/~sh41/dr_sarry_website/publications/9_Town%20hall%20meeting.pdf.

[541] NLC 42/ 63- Rahoum vs. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 13 IsrLC  412, 418 (1982) Hebrew. http://www.nevo.co.il/psika_html/avoda/L-A-PADI-IB-1-412-L.htm.

[542] Ziva Shamir, ‘Under the auspice of “academic freedom” the politicization of Israeli universities has deepened’ Kivunim Hadashim, 26-2012, http://www.israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=8482&page_data[id]=176&cookie_lang=en.

[543] Ilan Pappe, Out of the Frame: The Struggle for Academic Freedom in Israel (London: Pluto Press, 2010), pp. 89-90, 95-97.

[544] Yoav Gelber, Nation and History: Israeli Historiography between Zionism and Post-Zionism (London: Valentine Mitchell, 2011), p. 268.

[545] Ibid, pp. xii- xiii, 272.

[546] Arnon Soffer, In the Trap of Academic Radicalism (Haifa: Haifa University Press, 2010; Hebrew), p. 6; Yohanan Glucker, ‘It is Not Collegial’, Katharsis, 6 (2006; Hebrew); Yaacov Bergman, ‘The Academic Establishment Uses Deception’, Haaretz, 23 December 2012.

[547] Ephraim Yuchtman-Yaar, ‘First of all, Academic Integrity’, Haaretz 29 June 2010.

[548] Shamir, ‘Under the Auspices of Academic Freedom’; Amnon Rubinstein, ‘Freedom of Academic Speech’, Law and Business, 13 (2010), pp. 11-59 (Hebrew); Arnon Soffer, ‘How I Exposed the Subversive Left’, Haaretz, 30 August 2010.

[549] Shamir, ‘Under the Auspices of Academic Freedom’; Soffer, ‘How I Exposed’.

[550] ‘Committee for the Evaluation of Political Science and International Relations Programmes: Ben-Gurion University Department of Politics and Government Evaluation Report’, Council of Higher Education, September 2011, http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Ben-Gurion-Report.pdf.

[551] Science in Israel, 1998-2002, The Institute of Scientific Information – Social Science Index (SSCI) http://www.in-cites.com/research/2004/february_2_2004-1.html

[552] Tamar Trabelsi-Hadad, ‘Recommendation: Shut Down ‘Leftist’ Department’, Ynet, November 23, 2011; Oded Goldreich ‘On the Quality Evaluation Committees of Malag’, January 4, 2012, Israeli Social Science Net  http://socialscienceisrael.org/archives/306 Hebrew; ‘Objective Content Blind Measure versus Subjective Evaluations’, The Forum Protecting Public Education, August 18, 2012 (Hebrew) http://www.publiceducation.org.il/2012/08/1099

[553] Yaacov Bergman, ‘Institutional Corruption at Ben Gurion University’, Israel Academia Monitor, 6 May 2013 http://israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=8662&page_data%5Bid%5D=171&cookie_lang=en.

[554] ‘Recommendation of the Sub-Committee for Quality Control with Regard to the department of Politics and Government’, 5 September 2012 http://isacademyunderattack.wordpress.com/2012/09/19/recommendation-of-the-sub-committee-for-quality-control-with-regard-to-the-department-of-politics-and-government/.

[555] Dror Eydar, ‘The mis-education of Ben-Gurion University’, Israel Hayom, 7 October 2012.

[556] ‘Editorial Note: The international war against Israel's Council of Higher Education’, Israel Academia Monitor, 11 October 2012 http://israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=8549&page_data[id]=171&cookie_lang=en.

[557] Zeev Maoz, ‘Academic Hypocrisy in Action’, Haaretz, 20 November 2012; idem, ‘Yes, to Closing’, ibid, 28 December 2012.

[558] ‘Roundtable: The Council of Higher Education: Legitimate Regulation or Infringement of Academic Freedom?’ Israel Democracy Institute (Jerusalem), 22 October 2012 http://en.idi.org.il/events/roundtables/roundtable-the-council-of-higher-education-legitimate-regulation-or-infringement-of-academic-freedom.

[559] Moshe Vigdor, ‘Stop the Attack against the CHE’, Haaretz, 30 October 2012.

[560] ‘University Gets Chance to Reform Department’, Israel Hayom, 31 October 2012; Shahar Hai, ‘BGU’s “leftist department” to remain open’, YNET, 2 December, 2013.

[561] The final evaluation report of the CHE http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Ben-Gurion-Sociology-and-Anthropology-Report-2012.pdf ; The changed report forwarded by Yaacov Bergman,  https://www.dropbox.com/s/2lupw4t9gdnc9md/%20BGU_Sociology_Report_changed.pdf;    http://israel-academia-monitor.com/uppics/upp4059.pdf

[562] Committee for the Evaluation of the Sociology and Anthropology Program, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Sociology and Anthropology Department, October 2012, http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Ben-Gurion-Sociology-and-Anthropology-Report-2012.pdf 

[563] Ibid. 

[564] Uri Ram, Israeli Nationalism: Social Conflicts and the Politics of Knowledge (London: Routledge, 2010), p. 48.       

 


 

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Michman, Dan (ed.) Post-Zionism and the Holocaust: The role of the Holocaust in the Israeli public debate on Post-Zionism, 1993-1996 (Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University, 1997; Hebrew)

Morgan, Gibson and Burrell, Gareth, Sociological Paradigms and Organizational Analysis (Portsmouth: N.H., 1985)

Morris, Benny, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987)

------, 1948 and After: Israel and Palestinians (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990; 1994 rev. ed.)

------, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004)

------, 1948: A History of the First Arab-Israeli War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008)

------, The Road to Jerusalem: Glubb Pasha, Palestine and the Jews (London: Tauris, 2002)

Nagel, Ernest, The Structure of Science: Problems in the Logic of Scientific Explanation (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 1987)

Ohana, David, Political Theology in the Holy Land. Israeli Messianism and its Critics (London: Routledge, 2010)

Ophir, Adi, The Worship of the Present: Essay on an Israeli Culture for Our Time (Tel Aviv: Hakibutz Hameuhad, 2001; Hebrew) 

------ et. al. (eds.) The Power of Inclusive Exclusion: Anatomy of Israeli-Rule in the Occupied Territories (New York: Zone Books, 2009) 

Ophir, Adi (ed.), Real Time - The al-Aqsa Intifada and the Israeli Left (Jerusalem: Keter, 2001: Hebrew)  

Overbeek, Henk, Transnational Historical Materialism in Global Political Economy: Contemporary Theories (London: Routledge, 2000)

Oz, Amos, A Journey In Israel, (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1983; Hebrew)

Parsons, Talcott, The Social System (Glencoe: The Free Press, 1951)

Packenham, Robert, The Developmental Movement. Scholarship and Politics in Development Studies (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1992)

Pappe, Ilan, History of Modern Palestine, One Land two People (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004)

------, Britain and the Arab-Israeli Conflict 1948-51 (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1988)

------, The Israel/Palestine Question: Rewriting Histories (London: Routledge, 1999)

------, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (Oxford: Oneworld Press, 2006)

------, & Maoz, Moshe (eds.) Middle Easter Politics and Ideas: A History from Within (London: Tauris, 1997)

------, Out of the Frame: The Struggle for Academic Freedom in Israel (London: Pluto, 2010)

------, The Rise and Fall of a Palestinian Dynasty. The Husaynis 1700-1948 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010) 

Parsons, Talcott, The Social System (New York: Free Press, 1951)   

Peled, Yoav, et al (ed.) Democratic Citizenship and War (London: Routledge, 2012)

------, The Challenge of Ethnic Democracy: The State and Minority Groups in Israel, Poland and Northern Ireland, (London: Routledge, 2013)

Peleg, Yaron, Orientalism and the Hebrew Imagination (NY: Cornell University Press, 2005)

Popper, Karl, The Poverty of Historicism (London: Routledge and Keegan, 1966)

Ram, Uri, The Changing Agenda of Israeli Sociology, Theory, Ideology and Identity

(Albany: University of New York Press, 1995)

------, Israeli Society: Critical Perspectives (Tel Aviv: Breirot, 1993; Hebrew).

------, Israeli Nationalism. Social Conflict and the Politics of Knowledge (London: Rutledge, 2001)

Ratosh, Yonatan, Ktav el Hanoar Havri (Tel Aviv, 1943)

Ratsabi, Shalom, Between Zionism and Judaism: The Radical Circle in Brith Shalom, 1925-1933, (Leiden: Brill, 2002)

Rawls, John, A Theory of Justice (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1971) 

Rostow, Walt W., The Stages of Economic Growth. A non-Communist Manifesto (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1964)

Rubinstein, Amnon, The Zionist Dream revisited: from Herzl to Gush Emunim and back (New York: Schocken Books, 1984) 

Sahliyeh, Emile, In Search of Leadership: West Bank Politics since 1967 (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution ‏, 1988)

Said, Edward, Culture and Imperialism (New York: Knopf, 1993)

------, Orientalism (New York: Pantheon Books, 1978) 

------, Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How We See the Rest of the World, (New York: Pantheon Books, 1981) 

------, The Question of Palestine (New York: Times Books, 1979) 

Sand, Shlomo, The Invention of the Jewish People (London: Verso, 2009)

Sandel, Michael, Liberalism and the Limits of Justice (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982) 

Segev, Tom, One Palestine Complete (Boston: Little, Brown, 2001)

------, 1967: Israel, the War and the Year that Transformed the Middle East (London: Little, Brown, 2007)

------, The Seventh Million (New York: Henry Halt, 1991)

Seliktar, Ofira, Failing the Crystal Ball Test: The Carter Administration and the Fundamentalist Revolution in Iran (Westport: Praeger, 2000)

------, New Zionism and the Foreign Policy System of Israel (London: Croom Helm, 1986)

------, Doomed to Failure: the Politics and Intelligence of the Oslo Peace Process (Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2009)

------, Divided We Stand (Westport: Praeger, 2004)

------, The Politics of Intelligence and American Wars with Iraq (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)

------, Academic Freedom in Israel: A Comparative Perspective (Tel Aviv: Israel Academia Monitor, 2013)

Shafir, Gershon, Land, Labor and the Origins of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 1882-1914 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989)

------, and Peled Yoav, Being Israeli: The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002), 

Shavit, Jacob, The New Hebrew Nation: A Study in Israeli Heresy and Fantasy (London: Cass, 1987)

Shenhav, Yehouda, The Arab Jews: A Postcolonial of Nationalism, Religion and Ethnicity (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006)

Shlaim, Avi, Collusion Across the Jordan: King Abdullah, the Zionist Movement, and the Partition of Palestine (New York: Columbia University Press, 1988)

------, The Politics of Partition: King Abdullah, the Zionists, and Palestine 1921-1951 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990)

------, & Eugene Rogan (eds.) The War for Palestine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001) 

------, The Iron Wall. Israel and the Arab World (New York: Norton, 2000)

Shnirelman, Victor, The Myths of the Khazars and Intellectual Anti-Semitism in Russia, 1970-1990s (Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 2002)  

Silvert, K.H. (ed.) Discussion at Bellagio: The Political Alternative of Development, (New York: American Universities Field Staff, 1964)

Smith, Anthony D., The Ethnic Revival (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981) 

------, The Nation in History: Historiographical Debates about Ethnicity and Nationalism (Hanover: University Press of New England, 2000)

Smith, Rogers, Civic Ideals: Conflicting Visions of Citizenship in U.S. History (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997)

Soffer, Arnon, In the Trap of Radicalism in the Academy (Haifa: Haifa University, 2010; Hebrew) 

Soysal, Yasemin, Limits of Citizenship: Migrants and Postnational Membership in Europe (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994)

Stone, Isidor F., Underground to Palestine (New York: Pantheon Books, 1978) Swirski, Shlomo, Campus, Society and State (Tel Aviv: Mifras, 1982; Hebrew)

Taylor, Peter, Political Geography: World Economy, Nation-State and Locality, (London: Longman, 1996)  

------, The Way the Modern World Works: World Hegemony to World Impasse, (New York: Wiley, 1996) 

Troen Ilan and Lucas Noah, Israel: The First Decade of Independence (Albany: SUNY Press, 1995)

Wallerstein, Immanuel, The Modern World System (New York: Academic Press, 1974)

----- et al, Dynamics of Global Crisis (London: Macmillan, 1982)

Warschawski, Michel, On the Border (London: Pluto, 2005)

Wiarda, Howard, Ethnocentrism in Foreign PolicyCan We Understand the Third World ? (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1985) 

Wistrich, Robert, From Ambivalence to Betrayal: The Left, the Jews and Israel (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2012)

Yakira, Elhanan, Post-Zionism, Post-Holocaust: Three Essays on Denial, Forgetting, and the Delegitimation of Israel (NY: Cambridge University Press, 2010) 

Yiftachel, Oren, Ethnocracy: Land and Identity Politics in Israel and Palestine (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004)

------, Urban Development, a Challenge for Frontier Regions: Book of Abstracts, (Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University, 1998)  

------, Ethnocracy: Land and Identity Politics in Israel/Palestine (Philadelphia: Pennsylvania University Press, 2006)

------, (ed.) Israelis in Conflicts.Hegemonies, Identities and Challenges (Brighton: Sussex University Press, 2004) 

Yonah, Yossi and Shenhav, Yehouda, What is Multiculturalism? On the Politics of Identity in Israel, (Tel Aviv: Bavel, 2005; Hebrew)  

Yuval-Davis, Nira, Matzpen: The Israeli Socialist Organization (Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 1977; Hebrew)

Zubaida, Sami (ed.), Race and Racialism (london: Tavistock, 1970)

Zimmermann, Moshe, Germany’s Past, Israel’s Memory (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 2002; Hebrew)

------, Deutche gegen Deutsche: Das Schicksal der Juden 1938-1945, (Berlin: Aufbau-Verlag, 2008)

------, Die Angst vor dem Frieden: Das israelische Dilemma (Berlin: Aufbau Verlag: Auflage, 2010)

Zippertstein, Steven, Elusive Prophet. Ahad Ha’am and the Origins of Zionism (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993)

Zuckermann, Moshe, On the Fabrication of Israelism: Myth and Ideology in a Society at Conflict (Tel Aviv: Resling, 2001; Hebrew) 

------, Reification of ManAphorisms on Social, Political and Cultural Topics (Tel Aviv: Resling, 2003; Hebrew)  

Zuckermann, Moshe, Antisemit! Ein Vorwurf als Herrschaftsinstrument (Vienna: Promeida Verlag, 2010)

Zertal, Idith, From Catastrophe to Power: The Holocaust Survivors and the Emergence of Isræl (Berkley: University of California Press, 1998)

------, Israel's Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood (New York: Cambridge University Press 2011)

------, The Nation and Death, (Tel Aviv: Dvir, 2002, Hebrew)

 

Reports and Petitions

 

‘The Interrogation of Palestinians during the Intifada: Ill-Treatment, “Moderate Physical Pressure” or Torture?’ B’Tselem, March 1991 http://www.btselem.org/publications/summaries/199103_torture

Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (ICIPP), ‘The Other Israel’, August 1999, http://www.israelipalestinianpeace.org/issues/89toi.htm

‘Break the conspiracy of silence, act before it is too late’, 29 March 2002, http://www.pchrgaza.org/special/call.htm

‘An Urgent Appeal for International Involvement: Save Palestine and Israel’, 12 April 2003 http://www.opendemocracy.net/appeal_from_israel_0http://www.israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=194&page_data[id]=178&cookie_lang=en

‘Points of Unity’, Boycott! http://boycottisrael.info/content/points-unity

‘An Open Letter to the President of Tel Aviv University’ http://2nd-ops.com/reuven/?p=61756

Decision number 1110/11 of the Council on Higher Education on Academic Boycott- 21 December 2010 http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/58-493.pdf  (Hebrew)

The Law to Prevent Damages to the State of Israel through Boycotts - 2011 (Hebrew) http://www.justice.gov.il/NR/rdonlyres/2210C972-7884-481B-805F-E486F5FBC1E9/29067/2304.pdf

NLC 42/ 63- Rahoum vs. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 13 IsrLC.412, 418 (1982) Hebrew   http://www.nevo.co.il/psika_html/avoda/L-A-PADI-IB-1-412-L.htm

‘Recommendation of the Sub-Committee for Quality Control with Regard to the department of Politics and Government’, Israel Academy Under Attack, 19 Sept. 2012 http://isacademyunderattack.wordpress.com/2012/09/19/recommendation-of-the-sub-committee-for-quality-control-with-regard-to-the-department-of-politics-and-government/

‘Editorial Note: The international war against Israel's Council of Higher Education’, Israel Academia Monitor, 11 October 2012, http://israel-academia-monitor. com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=8549&page_data[id]=171&cookie_lang=en

‘Committee for the Evaluation of Political Science and International Relations Programs: Ben-Gurion University Department of Politics and Government Evaluation Report’, Council of Higher Education, September 2011, http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Ben-Gurion-Report.pdf

‘Science in Israel, 1998-2002’, The Institute of Scientific Information – Social Science Index (SSCI) http://www.in-cites.com/research/2004/february_2_2004-1.html

Committee for the Evaluation of the Sociology and Anthropology Program, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Sociology and Anthropology Department, October 2012, http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Ben-Gurion-Sociology-and-Anthropology-Report-2012.pdf 

The final evaluation report of the CHE http://che.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Ben-Gurion-Sociology-and-Anthropology-Report-2012.pdf   The amended report was passed to the author by Yaacov Bergman https://www.dropbox.com/s/2lupw4t9gdnc9md/%20BGU_Sociology_Report_changed.pdf

The Council of Higher Education Act 1958 http://www.knesset.gov.il/review/data/heb/law/kns3_highereducation.pdf (Hebrew)

 

 

Articles

 

Almond, Gabriel, ‘Political Theory and Political Science’, American Political Science Review, 60 (1966).

Arjomand, Said Amir, ‘Iran’s Islamic Revolution in Comparative Perspective’, World Politics, April 1986

Attiya, Yael and Rovner, Ravid, ‘Bubble’ - Interview with Anat Biletzki, based on her lecture at the conference ‘Reworking Political Concepts II’ Iton Philosophia, 10 July 2013 (Hebrew)

Arendt, Hannah, ‘To Save the Jewish Homeland: There is Still Time’, Commentary, May 1948 

Azoulay, Ariella, ‘When the Body Politic Ceases to Be an Idea’, Manifesta Journal #16

 

------, & Ophir, Adi, ‘100 Years of Zionism, 50 Years of a Jewish State’, Tikkun, March-April, 1998

Bale, Jeffrey, ‘Islamism and Totalitarianism’, Totalitarian Movements and Political Religion 10 (2009)

Bar-On, Dan ‘The Silence of Psychologists or why is there no “Post-Zionist” Israeli Psychology?’ Journal of Political Psychology, 22/2 (2001)

Bar-On, Mordechai, ‘Israeli Reactions to the Uprising’, Journal of Palestine Studies Summer 1988

Bay, Christian, ‘Politics and Pseudopolitics: A Critical Evaluation of Some Behavioral Literature’, American Political Science Review, 59 (1965)

Beckett, Andy, ‘It’s water on stone - in the end the stone wears out’, Guardian, 12 December 2002

Beinin, Joel, ‘The Palestine Communist Party, 1919-1948’, MERIP Reports, No. 55, March 1977

Bergman, Yaacov, ‘The Academic Establishment Uses Deception’, Haaretz, 23 December 2012 (Hebrew)

------, ‘Institutional Corruption at Ben-Gurion University’ Israel Academia Monitor, 6 May 2013 http://israel-academia-monitor.com/index.php?type=large_advic&advice_id=8662&page_data%5Bid%5D=171&cookie_lang=en

Bentov, A. (Ehud Ein Gil), ‘The War of Myths’ Matzpen 10 July 1983 (Hebrew)

Ben-Rafael, Eliezer, ‘Critical versus Non-Critical Sociology: An Evaluation’, Israel Studies 2/1 (1997)

Bennet, James, ‘The Radical Bean Counter’, New York Times, 25 May 2003  

Berkovitch, Nitza and Gordon, Neve, ‘The Political Economy of Transnational Regimes. The Case of Human Rights’, International Studies Quarterly, December 2008

Bernstein, Deborah, ‘Sociology is absorbing immigration: critical debate on the dominant school of the Israeli sociology’, Mahbarot Lemehkar Uvikoret 1 (1978)

Bogdanor, Paul, ‘The Legacy of Israel Shahak’, IsraCampus.Org.ilhttp://www.isracampus.org.il/third%20level%20pages/Editorial%20-%20Paul%20Bogdanor%20-%20Israel%20Shahak.htm 

Bordiga, Amadeo, ‘Auschwitz as the Great Alibi’, Programme Communiste, no. 11, 1960 trans. Mitchelle Abidor.

Blupolski, Ayala, ‘Anat Matar persuaded Peter Brook to cancel his visit’, Akhbar Ha’ir, 4 September 2012

Buber, Martin, ‘We Need the Arabs, they need us!’ In Mendes-Flohr, Paul, (ed.) A Land of Two People (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1954, 2005)

Burke, Edmund III and Prochaska, David, ‘Rethinking the Historical Genealogy of Orientalism’, History and Anthropology, June 2007

Burton, John, ‘World Society and Human Needs’, in Margot Light and A.J.R. Groom (eds.), International Relations: A Handbook on Current Theory (Boulder: Rienner, 1985) 

Cohen, Amnon, ‘Changing Patterns of West Bank Politics’, Jerusalem Quarterly, Fall 1977

Chai, Shahar, ‘BGU's “leftist department” to remain open’, YNET, 2 December 2013

Cox, Robert, ‘Social Forces, States and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory’, Millennium, 10/22 (1981)

------, ‘Gramsci, Hegemony and International Relations: An Essay in Method’, Millennium 12/2 (1983)

Croucher, Roland and others, ‘Minimalism: The Copenhagen School of Thought’, John Marks Ministries, 5 January 5, 2003

Dahan-Kalev, Henriette, ‘Tensions in Israeli Feminism: The Mizrahi-Ashkenazi Rift’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 24/6 (2001)

Dayan, Arie, ‘The Debate over Zionism and Racism: An Israeli View’’ Journal of Palestine Studies, Spring 1993

DeAtkin, Neville, ‘Middle East Scholars Strike Out in Washington’, Middle East Quarterly, 1/4 (1994)

de Rooij, Paul, ‘London Conference a Prelude to Academic Boycott Of Israel’, Washington Report on the Middle East, January/February 2005

Dershowitz, Alan, ‘Shahak, Best Proof of Freedom of Speech’, Letters to the Editor, Boston Globe, 28 April 1973

Diamond, James, ‘We Are Not One: A Post-Zionist Perspective’, Tikkun, 5/2 (1990)

Dicks, Nickolas B., ‘Edward Said and Anthropology’, in Adil, Iskandar, and Rustum (eds.), A Legacy of Emancipation and Representation (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010)  

Doencke, Justus, ‘Principle and Expediency: The State Department and Palestine’, Journal of Libertarian Studies, 2/4 (1978)

Dowty, Alan, ‘Is Israel Democratic? Substance and Semantics in the “Ethnic Democracy” Debate’, Israel Studies, Fall 1999

Easton, David, ‘The New Revolution in Political Science’, American Political Science Review, 63 (1969)

Ehrlich, Avishai, ‘Israel: Conflict, War and Social Change’, in Crighton C. and Shaw M. (eds.) The Sociology of War and Peace (London: Macmillan, 1987).

Ein-Gil, Ehud, ‘Was Tel Aviv Built on Sand?’ Matzpen July 1975 (Hebrew)

------, ‘One Hundred and Fifty One Stories by Refugees and Settlers’, Matzpen, 10 May 1976  

Epstein, Alek, ‘The Decline of Israeli Sociology’, Azure Winter, 200/2004

------, ‘For the sake of Freedom: The Public Struggle of the Jerusalemite Professoriate after the Creation of the State’, Katedra December 2002 (Hebrew) 1

Evron, Boaz, ‘The Holocaust: A Danger to the people.’ Iton, May-June 1980

Even, Dan, ‘IMA Cuts the PHR Over Call for Ouster the Head of the World Medical Association’, Haaretz 10 August 2009  

Eyal, Eli, ‘Jacob Talmon: A historian ahead of his time’, Midstream, 1 February 2001

Eydar, Dror, The mis-education of Ben-Gurion University, Israel Hayom, 7 October 2012

Finkelstein, Norman, ‘Rejoinder to Benny Morris’, Journal of Palestine Studies, winter 1992 

Finnemore, Martha and Sikkink, Kathtryn, ‘International Norms Dynamics and Political Change’, International Organization, Autumn, 1998

Franzman, Seth, ‘Israeli Scholars of German, the Nazis & Nakba’, Words and War, 22 February 2009

Fox, Zoe, ‘TAU Restricts Freedom of Speech’, Jerusalem Post, 12 May 2010  

Furani, Khalid and Rabinowitz, Dan, ‘The Ethnographic Arriving of Palestine’, Annual Review of Anthropology 40 (2011)

Gans, Haim, ‘Academic Freedom’, Iyunei Mishpat (May 1987; Hebrew)

Galtung, Johan, ‘Towards New Indicators of Development’, Futures 8 (1976)

------, ‘The Middle East and the Theory of Conflict’, Journal of Peace Research, 3-4 (1971)

Gentile, Emilio, ‘Fascism, Totalitarianism and Political Religion: Definitions and Critical Reflections on Criticism of an Interpretation’, Totalitarian Movements and Political Religion, 5/3 (2004)

Ghanim, Asad, Rouhana, Nadim and Yiftachel, Oren, ‘Questioning ‘Ethnic Democracy: A Response to Sammy Smooha, Israel Studies, 3 (1998)

Giora, Rachel, ‘Milestones in the History of the Israeli BDS Movement: A Brief Chronology, Boycott! 18 January 2010 http://boycottisrael.info/content/milestones-history-israeli-bds-movement-brief-chronology

------, ‘Israel Must Change or Collapse: On the Impact of BDS’, BOYCOTT! 1 July 2010    http://boycottisrael.info/content/israel-must-change-or-collapse-impact-bds 

Givoni, Michal, ‘Witnessing/Testimony’, Mafteakh 2e (2011; Hebrew)  

Glucker, Yohanan, ‘It is Not Collegial’, Katharsis 6 (2006; Hebrew0  

Goldberg, Amos, ‘Filling the Gaps in Israel’s Holocaust Reading List’, Haaretz, 13 December 2012

Goldberg, Harvey and Bram, Chen, ‘Sephardi/Mizrahi/Arab Jews: Reflections on Critical Sociology and the Study of Middle Eastern Jewries within the Context of Israeli Society’, Studies in Contemporary Jewry, 22 (2007)

Goldreich, Oded ‘On the Quality Evaluation Committees of Malag’, 4 January 2012, Israeli Social Science Net http://socialscienceisrael.org/archives/306 (Hebrew)

------, ‘Objective Content Blind Measure versus Subjective Evaluations’, The Forum Protecting Public Education, 18 August 2012 (Hebrew) http://www.publiceducation.org.il/2012/08/1099

Goldstein, Kaylin, ‘Reading Palestine-Israel on Coloniality and other Paradigms’, Middle East Report, Winter 2002

Gordon, Neve, ‘Foucault’s Subject: An Ontological Reading’, Polity, Spring 1999

------, ‘On Visibility of Power: An Arendtian Corrective on Foucault,’ Human Studies, 25/2 (2002)

------, ‘Boycott Israel’, Los Angeles Times, 20 August 2009

------, ‘Israel's Struggle for Social Justice’, The Nation, 26 May 2008

------, ‘Israeli Media “fears” New Egypt’, Aljazeera, 21 February 2011 

------, ‘A Villa in the Jungle: The Arab Awakening through the Lens of the Israeli Media’, Middle East Law and Governance 3 (2011) 

------ & Cohen, Yinon, ‘Western Interests, Israeli Unilateralism, and the Two-State Solution’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Spring 2012

------, ‘Don’t Fence Me In’, In These Times, 6 January 2003

------, ‘For Oppressors, There Must be No Safe Haven’, National Catholic Review, 7 April 2000 

------, ‘Open Letter to Aviv Kochavi ‘Kol Hair, 23 March 2002 (Hebrew)

------, ‘Aviv Kochavi, How Did You Become a War Criminal’, Counterpunch, April, 2002 

Greenstein, Ran, ‘Class, Nation, and Political Organization: The Anti-Zionist Left in Israel/Palestine’, International Labor and Working-Class History, 75/1, spring 2009

Grinberg, Lev, ‘Genocide symbolique’, La Libre Belgique, 29 March 2004

------, ‘Imagined Democracy: A Theoretical Background and a Historical Perspective’, Israeli Sociology 3 (1999; Hebrew)

------, ‘Not One, Not Two, Thoughts on the Common Future in Israel-Palestine’ Public Sphere (Summer 2012; Hebrew)

------, ‘Democracy is no panacea’, Aljazeera, 28 February 2011

------, ‘Book Review’, Contemporary Sociology May 2003

Guillaume, Pierre, ‘Debord’ The Vieille Taupe, Spring 1995

Haddad, George, ‘Arab Peace Efforts and the Solution of the Arab-Israeli Problem’, in Kerr, Malcolm (ed.) The Elusive Peace in the Middle East (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1975)

Halamish, Aviva, ‘Great Britain Versus Exodus 1947, Who Won and for What Price’, in Bogner, Nahum et al (eds.), The Contribution of the Haapala to the Struggle Against the British,1945-1947 (Yad Tabenkin: Ramat Efal 1991; Hebrew) 

Hanafi, Sari, ‘My talk in the AUB town Hall’, American University Beirut. Lebanon: March 2010

HerzogHanna, ‘The Fringes of the Margin: Women’s Organizations in the Civic Sector of the Yishuv’, in Bernstein, Deborah (ed.) Pioneers and Homemakers: Jewish Women in the Pre-State Israel (Albany: State University of New York, 1992)

------, ‘Post Zionist Discourse in Alternative Voices: A Feminist Perspective’, in Nimni, Ephraim (ed.) The Challenge of Post-Zionism: Alternatives to Fundamentalist Politics in Israel (London: Verso, 2003)

Herzog, Zeev, ‘Deconstructing the Walls of Jericho’, Haaretz, 29 October 1999 

Hunaida, Ghanim, ‘The Nakba’, Jadal, May 2009,

Illouz, Eva, ‘What if Judeo-Arabs had built the Institutions of the State of Israel?’ Haaretz, 15 March 2012 

Johnson, Peter and Tucker, Judith, ‘Middle East Studies Network in the United States’, MERIP Reports, 38, 1975, 

Fishman, Joel, ‘Lev Grinberg and the Meaning of Symbolic Genocide’, Nativ, June 2004

Friedman, Marilyn, ‘Feminism and Modern Friendship: Dislocating the Community’, Ethics 99, 1989

Goldberg, Chad Alan, ‘Politicized Revisited’, Contemporary Sociology, May 2005 

Jabotinsky, Vladimir ‘The Iron Wall’, first published in Rassvyet, 4 November 1923 http://www.jabotinsky.org/multimedia/upl_doc/doc_191207_49117.pdf

Kabha, Mustafa, ‘A Palestinian Look at the New Historians and the Post Zionism in Israel’, in Benny Morris (ed.), Making Israel (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2007)

Kakutani, Michiko, ‘Critic’s Notebook When History is a Casualty’, New York Times, 30 April 1993

Khan, Muqtader, ‘Policy Entrepreneurs: The Third Dimension in American Foreign Policy Culture’, Middle East Policy, September 1997 

Khalidi, Walid, ‘On Albert Hourani, the Arab Office and Anglo-American Committee of 1946’, Journal of Palestine Studies, Autumn 2005

Kimmerling, Baruch, ‘The Decline of Colonialism’, in Ophir, Adi (ed.) Real Time: The al-Aqsa Intifada and the Israeli Left (Jerusalem: Keter, 2001; Hebrew)

------, ‘Patterns of Militarism in Israel’, European Journal of Sociology, November 1993

------, ‘Benny Morris’s Shocking Interview’, History News Network, 26 January 2004

------, ‘The Continuation of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by “Academic” Means: Reflections on the Problematiques of Publishing Books and Reviewing Them’, Contemporary Sociology, September 2006

------, ‘Sociology, Ideology and National Building: The Palestinians and their Meaning in Israeli Sociology’, American Sociological Review, August 1992

------, ‘Academic History Caught in the Cross-Fire’, History and Memory, 7, 1995

------, ‘Change and Continuity in Zionist Territorial Orientations and Politics’, Comparative Politics, January 1982

------, ‘Peace in Exchange of Territory: A Macrosociologial Analysis of the Concept of Peace in Zionist Ideology’, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, February 1987

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