Faculty Publications

    Lila Abu-Lughod

    Lila Abu-Lughod

    Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Social Science, Anthropology and Institute for Research on Women and Gender

    • "Pushing at the Door: My Father's Political Education, and Mine". In Seeking Palestine: New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home, ed. Penny Johnson and Reja Shehadeh. Delhi, India (2012): Women Unlimited, pp. 43-61.
    • Transnational Politics and Feminist Inquiries in the Middle East: An Interview with Professor Lila Abu-Lughod. Basuli Deb. Postcolonial Text. Vol 7, No 1 (2012).
    • Ed., with A. Sa’di, Nakba: Palestine, 1948, and the Claims of Memory (New York: Columbia University Press, 2007)
    • Foreword to R. Kanaaneh and I. Nuseir, eds., Displaced at Home: Ethnicity and Gender Among Palestinians in Israel (Albany: SUNY Press, 2010), ix-xiii
    • ‘The Active Social Life of “Muslim Women’s Rights”: A Plea for Ethnography, not Polemic, with Cases from Egypt and Palestine,’ Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, 6:1 (Winter 2010), 1-45. 
    • ‘Return to Half-Ruins: Memory, Postmemory, and Living History in Palestine,’ in L. Abu-Lughod and A. Sa’di, eds., Nakba: Palestine, 1948, and the Claims of Memory (New York: Columbia University Press, 2007), 77-103. Abridged and reprinted as ‘Return to Half-Ruins: Fathers and Daughters, Memory and History in Palestine,’ in M. Hirsch and N. Miller, eds., Rites of Return (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011)
    • ‘About Politics, Palestine, and Friendship: A Letter to Edward from Egypt,’ Critical Inquiry 31:2 (Winter 2005), 381-88
    • ‘The Adjacent Art of Documentary: A Palestinian Film Festival,’ American Anthropologist, 106:1 (March 2004), 150-1
    • ‘Our Blood will Plant its Olive Tree,’ foreword to J. Varner Gunn, Second Life: A West Bank Memoir (University of Minnesota Press, 1995)

    Nadia Abu el-Haj

    Nadia Abu el-Haj

    Associate Professor of Anthropology, Barnard College

    • The Genealogical Science (University of Chicago Press, 2012)
    • Facts on the Ground: Archaeological Practice and Territorial Self-Fashioning in Israeli Society (University of Chicago Press, 2002)
    • ‘Edward Said and the Political Present,’ American Ethnologist 2005, 32:4, 538-555
    • ‘Producing (Arti)Facts: Archaeology and Power during the British Mandate of Palestine’, Israel Studies,7:2 (Summer 2002), 33-61.
    • ‘Translating Truths: Nationalism, Archaeological Practice and the Remaking of Past and Present in Contemporary Jerusalem,’ American Ethnologist 25:2 (1998), 166-188.

    Bashir Abu-Manneh

    Assistant Professor of English, Barnard College

    • ‘Israel in the US Empire,’ in E. Boehmer and S. Morton, eds., Terror and the Postcolonial: A concise companion (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    • ‘Israel’s Colonial Siege and the Palestinians,’ Socialist Register 44 (2008), 101-120
    • ‘Towards liberation: Michel Khleifi's Ma’loul and Canticle,’ in H. Dabashi, ed., Dreams of a Nation: Palestinian Cinema (London: Verso, 2006)

    Gil Anidjar

    Gil Anidjar

    Associate Professor, Religion and MESAAS

    • Semites: Race, Religion, Literature (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008)
    • The Jew, the Arab. A History of the Enemy (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002)

    Hamid Dabashi

    Hamid Dabashi

    Hagop Kevorkian Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature

    • Ed., Dreams of a Nation: Palestinian Cinema (London: Verso, 2006)
    • ‘Paradise Delayed:  With Hany Abu-Assad in Palestine,’ Third Text, Critical Perspective on Contemporary Art and Culture, Cinema in Muslim Societies, Special Issue, 102, 24:1 (January 2010)
    • ‘In praise of frivolity: on the cinema of Elia Suleiman,’ in H. Dabashi, ed., Dreams of a Nation: Palestinian Cinema (London: Verso, 2006)

    Thomas JW Hill

    Postdoctoral Fellow, Committee on Global Thought/Lecturer, History

    • ‘The Nakba at 60, Silence and the Limits of Commemorative Representation’ (forthcoming in edited volume)
    • ‘The Israeli Prison as Palestinian University – Israeli Prisons, Palestinian Prisons’ in Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant 2010 (forthcoming November 2010)
    • ‘Terrorisme et justice de transition dans les territoires palestiniens occupés: des concepts mutuellement exclusifs?’ in International Studies Journal 24, 6:4 (Spring 2010), 135-70
    • ‘1948 After Oslo. Memory, truth and reconciliation in Palestine,’ in S. Haugbolle and A. Hastrup, eds., The Politics of Violence, Truth and Reconciliation in the Arab Middle East (London: Routledge, 2008), 151-70
    • Historicity and the nakba commemorations of 1998 (Florence, Italy: European University Institute Working Papers, 2005)
    • ‘The “Quiet Deportation” Revisited. Family Unification in the Occupied Palestinian Territories,’ in Waiting for Justice: Al-Haq 25th Anniversary Report (Ramallah: al-Haq, 2005), 201-224
    • with P. Lagerquist, ‘“Après Nous, Nous”: Covering the Colonial Retreat,’ Middle East Report online, 17 May 2005
    Rhoda Kanaaneh Rhoda Kanaaneh

    Rhoda Kanaaneh

    Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology

    • Birthing the Nation: Strategies of Palestinian Women in Israel. (Berkeley: University of California, 2002)
    • Surrounded: Palestinian Soldiers in the Israeli Military. (Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2009)
    • Ed. with Isis Nusair, Dsiplaced at Home: Ethnicity and Gender Among Palestinians in Israel. (Albany: SUNY, 2010)

    Rashid Khalidi

    Rashid Khalidi Rashid Khalidi

    Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies, History and MESAAS

    • The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood (Boston: Beacon Press, 2006)
    • Palestinian Identity: The Construction of Modern National Consciousness (New York: Columbia University Press, 1997)
    • et al, ed., The Origins of Arab Nationalism (New York: Columbia University Press, 1991)
    • Under Siege: P.L.O. Decision-making during the 1982 War (New York: Columbia University Press, 1985)
    • and C. Mansour, eds., Palestine and the Gulf (Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1982)
    • British Policy towards Syria and Palestine 1906-1914 (Oxford: Ithaca Press, 1980)
    • ‘The Goldstone Report, Palestinian Dispossession, and the US Public Sphere’ in A. Horowitz, E. Ratner and P. Weiss, eds, The Goldstone Report: The Legacy of the Landmark Investigation of the Gaza Conflict (New York: Nation Books, forthcoming, 2010)
    • ‘The Treatment of the Palestine Question in Anglo-American Works since 1948,’ Majallat al-Dirasat al-Filistiniyya, forthcoming 2010 [Arabic.]
    • ‘The 1967 War and the Demise of Arab Nationalism: Chronicle of a Death Foretold’ in Wm. R. Louis and A. Shlaim, eds., The June 1967 War: Origins and Consequences. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming, 2010)
    • ‘Three Reflections’ in M. Bayoumi, ed., Midnight on the Mavi Marmara: The Attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla and How it Changed the Course of the Israel/Palestine Conflict (New York: O/R Books, 2010), 95-101
    • ‘Introduction to the 2010 edition,’ Palestinian Identity: The Construction of Modern National Consciousness (New York: Columbia University Press, 2010), xvii-xlii
    • ‘La crise dans le système politique palestinien,’ Politique Etrangère, 3, 2009, 1-13
    • ‘Palestine and the Middle East: From Vienna to Washington, 1815-2005,’ in C. Mansour and L. Fawaz, eds., Transformed Landscapes: Essays on Palestine and the Middle East in Honor of Walid Khalidi (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2009), 299-316
    • ‘Anti-Zionism, Arabism and Palestinian Identity: ‘Isa al-‘Isa and Filastin’ in S. Seikaly, ed., Configuring Identity in the Modern Arab East (Beirut: American University of Beirut Press, 2009), 83-96
    • ‘Edward Said and Palestine: Balancing the Academic and the Political, the Public and the Private’ in M. Sokmen and B. Ertur, Waiting for the Barbarians: A Tribute to Edward Said (London: Verso, 2008), 44-52 [French: special number of Tumultes on Edward Said, Autumn, 2010]
    • ‘Foreword’ in N. Hovsepian, The War on Lebanon: A Reader (Northampton, MA: Olive Branch, 2008), ix-xxiii.
    • ‘Remembering Shafiq al-Hout,’ Journal of Palestine Studies 39:1 (Autumn 2009), 43-44
    • ‘Remembering Mahmoud Darwish,’ Journal of Palestine Studies 38:1 (Autumn 2008), 74-77
    • ‘The United States and Palestine,’ in A. Farouk-Alli, ed., The Future of Palestine and Israel: From Colonial Roots to Post-colonial Realities (Midrand, South Africa: Institute for Global Dialogue & Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2007), 272-298
    • ‘International Law and Legitimacy and the Palestine Question,’, Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, 30:2 (Winter 2007), 173-180.
    • ‘A Research Agenda for Writing the History of Jerusalem,’ in I. Nassar and S, Tamari, Pilgrims, Lepers & Stuffed Cabbage: Essays on Jerusalem’s Cultural History (Jerusalem: Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 2005), 12-27
    • ‘After Arafat,’ London Review of Books 27:3 (3 February 2005), 16-18.
    • ‘Israël-Palestine: d’Oslo à la guerre contre le terrorisme: Entretien avec Rashid Khalidi,’ Politique Etrangère, 4/2004 (Winter 2004-2005), 729-741
    • ‘Concluding Remarks,’ in N. Méouchi and P. Sluglett, eds., The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspective (Leiden: Brill, 2004), 695-704
    • ‘Toward a Clear Palestinian Strategy,’ Journal of Palestine Studies 124, 31:4 (Summer 2002), 5-12. French version, “En finir avec la guerre contre les civils,” in La Pensée de Midi, 9 (Winter 2002-2003), 51-61.
    • ‘Arab Society in Mandatory Palestine: The Half-Full Glass?’ in I. Gershoni, H. Erdem and Ursula Wokök, eds, Histories of the Modern Middle East: New Directions, (Boulder: Lynne Reiner, 2002), 229-246
    • ‘The Palestinians and 1948: The Underlying Causes of Failure,’ in E.L. Rogan and A. Shlaim, eds., The War for Palestine: Rewriting the History of 1948 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001), 12-36
    • ‘The Centrality of Jerusalem to an End of Conflict Agreement,’ Journal of Palestine Studies 30:3, 119 (Spring 2001), 82-87.
    • ‘Intellectual Life in Late Ottoman Jerusalem,’ in S. Auld and Robert Hillenbrand, eds., Ottoman Jerusalem: The Living City, 1517-1917 (London and Jerusalem: British School of Archaeology and World of Islam Festival Trust, 2000), 221-228
    • ‘The Future of Arab Jerusalem,’ in D. Hopwood, ed., Arab Nation, Arab Nationalism, Vol. 2 (Vol. 2, London: MacMillans/St. Antony’s College, 2000), 19-40
    • ‘Edward W. Said and the American Public Sphere: Speaking Truth to Power’ in P. Bové, ed., Edward Said and the Work of the Critic: Speaking Truth to Power, 152-165 (Durham: Duke University Press, 2000). Earlier version in Boundary 2, 25:2 (Summer 1998), 161-178
    • ‘Introduction’ in K. J. Asali, ed., Jerusalem In History, xi-xxxi (New York: Olive Branch Press, 3nd edition, 2000). Earlier version in ‘Foreword’ in Jerusalem In History (London: Kegan Paul International, rev. ed. 1997), x-xvi
    • ‘Truth, Justice and Reconciliation: Elements of a Solution to the Palestinian Refugee issue,’ inG. Karmi and E. Cotran, eds., The Palestinian Exodus 1948-1998 (Reading: Ithaca Press, 1999), 221-242. Earlier versions in: International Journal (Canada), 53:2 (Spring, 1998), 234-252; Politica Exterior (Spain), 12:63 (Sept.-Oct. 1998), 97-116.
    • ‘Transforming the Face of the Holy City: Political Messages in the Built Topography of Jerusalem,’ Jerusalem Quarterly File, part 1:3 (Winter 1999), 16-21; part 2:4 (Spring 1999), 21-29.
    • ‘For a Shared Jerusalem’ in M. Akash and F. Moughrabi, eds., The Open Veins of Jerusalem (Arlington, MA: Jusoor Books, 1998), 173-179. Also in Jusoor: The Arab-American Journal of Cultural Exchange, 9/10 (June 1998), 45-54.
    • ‘Fifty Years After 1948: a Universal Jubilee?’, Palestine-Israel Journal 5:2 (1998). Also in Tikkun, 13, 2 (March/April, 1998), 53-56. Modified version in N. Ateek, ed., Holy Land, Hollow Jubilee: God Justice and the Palestinians (London: Melisende, 1999), 89-96
    • ‘The Formation of Palestinian Identity: The Critical Years, 1917-1923’ in J. Jankowski and I. Gershoni, eds., Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East (New York: Columbia University Press, 1997), 171-190
    • ‘Contrasting Narratives of Palestinian Identity’ in P. Yaeger, ed., The Geography of Identity (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996), 187-222
    • American Policy in the Middle East. Public Lectures, no. 7 (Nablus: Center for Palestine Research and Studies, February 1996) 19 pp. [Arabic]
    • ‘Prospects for Peace in the Middle East and the Continuing Palestinian-Israeli Conflict.’ Annals of the Japan Association for Middle East Studies, 10 (1995), 235-244
    • ‘Roadblocks in the Bilateral Negotiations,’ al-Siyasa al-Filistiniyya [Palestinian Politics], 1-2 (Winter-Spring 1994), 30-39 [Arabic]
    • ‘The Palestinian Refugee Question: Toward a Solution’ in Palestinian Refugees: Their Problem and Future. A Special Report (Washington DC: The Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine, October 1994), 21-27.
    • ‘The Genesis of the Palestinian-Israeli Agreement,’ Current History, 93, 580 (February, 1994), 62-66.
    • ‘Ottoman Notables in Jerusalem: Nationalism and other options,’ Muslim World 84:1-2 (January/April 1994), 1-18
    • ‘The Future of Arab Jerusalem,’ British Journal of Middle East Studies, 19:2 (Fall, 1993), 133-143
    • A Palestinian Appraisal of the Clinton Administration. Public Lectures, no. 5. (Nablus: Center for Palestine Research and Studies, August 1993), 31 pp. [Arabic]
    • ‘A Response to Amos Oz, “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Storyteller’s Point of View,”’ The Michigan Quarterly Review, 32:2 (Spring, 1993), 178-187.
    • ‘Observations on the Right of Return,’ Journal of Palestine Studies 21:2 (Winter 1992), 29-40
    • ‘Arab Nationalism: Historical Problems in the Literature,’ American Historical Review 96 (December 1991), 1363-73
    • ‘Policy-Making in the Palestinian Polity’ in H. Saunders and J. Kipper, eds., The Middle East in Global Perspective (Boulder: Westview, 1991), 59-81
    • ‘External Intervention in Lebanon: The Historical Dynamics’ in S. Seikaly, R. Baalbaki and P. Dodd, eds., Quest for Understanding: Arabic and Islamic Studies in Memory of Malcolm Kerr (Beirut: American University Press, 1991), 99-118
    • ‘United States Policy and the Palestine Problem: Historical Dimensions and the Creation of an “Alternative Narrative”’ in M. G. Fry, ed., History, the White House and the Kremlin: Statesmen as Histori­ans (London: Pinter, 1991), 20-37
    • ‘The Palestinians and the Gulf Crisis.’ Current History 90, 552 (January 1991), 18-20, 37 [reprinted: M. L Sifry and C. Cerf, eds., The Gulf War Reader: History, Documents, Opinions (New York: Times Books, 1991), 423-430
    • with Itamar Rabinovich, ‘Observations on the Palestinian Right of Return,’ Emerging Issues: Occasional Paper No. 6 (Cambridge: American Academy of Arts and Sciences, October 1990). Modi­fied version in Journal of Palestine Studies, 21:2 (Winter 1992): 29-40.
    • ‘The Resolutions of the 19th Palestine National Council: A Textual Analysis,’ Journal of Palestine Studies, 19:2 (Winter 1990), 29-42.
    • ‘The P.L.O. as Representative of the Palestinian People’ in A. R. Norton and M. H. Greenerg, The International Relations of the Palestine Liberation Organization (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1989), 59-73
    • ‘Consequences of the Suez Crisis in the Arab World’ in R. Louis and R. Owen, eds., Suez 1956: The Crisis and its Consequences (Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1989), 377-92
    • ‘The Way Forward: A Palestinian Perspective,’ Journal of Refugee Studies, 2:1 (1989), 191-99.
    • ‘The Palestinian People 22 Years after 1967,’ in Z. Lockman and J. Beinin, eds., Intifada: The Palestinian Uprising Against Israeli Occupation (Boston: South End Press, 1989), 113-126
    • ‘Leadership and Negotiation during the 1982 War: Yasser Arafat and the PLO’ in B. Kellerman and J. Rubin, eds., Leadership and Negotiation: A New Look at the Middle East (New York: Praeger, 1988), 49-69
    • ‘Revisionist Views of the Modern History of Palestine: 1948,’ Arab Studies Quarterly 10: 4 (Autumn 1988), 425-34.
    • ‘The Palestine Liberation Organization and Camp David, 1978-1988,’ in W.B. Quandt, ed., The Middle East: Ten Years After Camp David (Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, 1988), 261-278
    • ‘The Uprising and the Palestine Question,’ World Policy Journal 5:3 (Summer 1988), 497-517.
    • ‘The Palestinians and Lebanon’ in H. Barakat, ed., Toward a Viable Lebanon (Washington DC: Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, 1988), 133-144
    • ‘Palestinian Peasant Resistance to Zionism before World War I,’ in E. Said and C. Hitchens, eds., Blaming the Victims: Spurious Scholarship and the Palestinian Question (New York: Verso, 1988), 207-233
    • ‘Le Liban et les Palestiniens,’ in B. Kodmani-Darwish, ed., Le Liban: Espoirs et Réali­tés (Paris: Institut Francais de Relations Internationales, 1987), 125-152
    • ‘Palestinian Politics after the Exodus from Beirut,’ in R. O. Freedman, ed., The Middle East After the Israeli Invasion of Lebanon (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1986), 233-253
    • ‘The Palestinian Dilemma: PLO Policy after Lebanon,’ Journal of Palestine Studies, 15:1 (Autumn 1985), 88-103
    • ‘Reagan Administration Policy towards the Palestinians,’ Ameri­can-Arab Affairs 13 (Summer 1985), 10-16
    • ‘Foreign Intervention and Domestic Conflict in Lebanon,’ Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Working Paper, July 1985, 32 pp.
    • ‘Lebanon in the Context of Regional Politics: Palestinian and Syrian Involvement in the Lebanese Crisis,’ Third World Quarter­ly 7:3 (July 1985), 495-514.
    • ‘The Asad Regime and the Palestinian Resistance,’ Arab Studies Quarterly 6:4 (Fall 1984), 259-267.
    • ‘The 1982 War and the Palestinian National Movement,’ Fikr 2 (June-July 1984), 26-36 [Arabic].
    • ‘L'impact du mouvement national palestinien sur le Liban.’ Revue d'Etudes Palestiniennes 12 (Summer 1984), 3-14.
    • ‘The Palestinians in Lebanon: The Social Repercussions of the Israeli Invasion,’ Middle East Journal 38:2 (Spring 1984), 255-266.
    • ‘The Gulf and Palestine in Soviet Policy,’ in R. Khalidi and C. Mansour, eds., Palestine and the Gulf (Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1982), 149-185
    • ‘The Role of the Press in the Early Arab Reaction to Zionism,’ Peuples Méditerranéens/Mediterranean Peoples 20 (July-September 1982), 105-24.

    Mahmood Mamdani

    Mahmood Mamdani

    Herbert Lehman Professor of Government and Professor of Anthropology

    • Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, the Cold War and the Roots of Terror (New York: Pantheon, 2004)
    • “The Politics of Culture Talk in the Contemporary War on Terror,” Indian Journal of Politics, 43:2 (June 2009)
    • ‘Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: A Political Perspective on Culture and Terrorism,’ in E. Hershberg and K. W. Moore, eds., Critical Views of September 11: Analyses from Around the World (New York: The New Press, 2002)
    • ‘Contemporary Political Terror: Its Origins in the Late Cold War,” Guild Practioner 62:1 (Winter 2005)
    • ‘Culture Talk: Six Debates That Shape the Discourse on ‘Good’ Muslims,’ American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 22:3 (Summer 2005)
    • ‘The Secular Roots of Radical Political Islam,’ Turkish Policy Quarterly, 4:2 (Summer 2005)
    • ‘Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, The Cold War and the Origins of Terror,’ India International Centre Quarterly, 32:1 (Summer 2005)
    • ‘Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: Post-Apartheid Perspectives on America and Israel,’ 2003 APLA Distinguished Lecture, Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 27:1 (2004)

    Timothy Mitchell

    Professor, MESAAS

    • With Gyan Prakash and Ella Shohat, ‘Introduction: Palestine in a Transnational Context,’ Social Text 75, 21:2, Summer 2003, 1-5

    Salim Tamari

    Salim Tamari Salim Tamari

    Visiting Professor, Middle East Institute

    • Year of the Locust: A Soldier’s Diary and the Erasure of Palestine’s Ottoman Past (forthcoming, University of California Press, 2011)
    • Ihsan's War: The Intimate Life of an Ottoman Soldier (Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, 2008)
    • The Mountain Against the Sea (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008)
    • and I. Nassar, eds., Biography and Social History of Bilad al Sham (Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, 2007)
    • and I. Nassar, eds., Pilgrims, Lepers, and Stuffed Cabbage: Essays on Jerusalem's Cultural History (Al-Bireh: Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 2005)
    • ed., Essays on the Cultural History of Ottoman and Mandate Jerusalem (Al-Bireh: Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 2005)
    • and E. Zureik, Reinterpreting the Historical Record. The uses of refugee archives for social science research and policy analysis (Jerusalem: Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 2001)
    • ed., Jerusalem 1948. The Arab neighbourhoods and their fate in the war (Jerusalem: Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 1999)
    • Palestinian Refugee Negotiations: From Madrid to Oslo II (Washington, DC: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1996)
    • ‘Kissing Cousins. A Cautionary Note on People-to-People Projects,’ Palestine-Israel Journal 12/13:4/1 (2005), 16-18
    • ‘A Miserable Year in Brooklyn. Khalil Sakakini in America 1907-08,’ Jerusalem Quarterly File 17 (February 2003), 19-40
    • ‘Bourgeois Nostalgia and the Abandoned City,’ in Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 23c:1&2 (2003)
    • ‘Qui dirige la Palestine?’, Revue d’Etudes Palestinennes 85 (Autumn 2002), 77-86
    • and Elia Zureik, ‘Les archives de l’UNRWA,’ in F. Mardam-Bey and E. Sanbar, eds., Le Droit au Retour: Le Problème des Réfugies Palestiniens (Paris, 2002)
    • ‘The Local and the National in Palestinian national identity,’ in K. Abdel-Malek and D. C. Jacobson, eds., Israeli and Palestinian Identities in History and Literature (London: Macmillan, 1999)
    • ‘Palestinian Refugees and the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations,’ Journal of Palestine Studies, 29:1 (Autumn 1999), 81-98
    • ‘Political Negotiations on the Palestinian Refugee Question: Interview with Salim Tamari,’ Middle East Report 2001 (Fall 1996)
    • ‘Fading Flags: the crises of Palestinian legitimacy,’ Middle East Report 194, 1995
    • ‘An interview with Salim Tamari,’ Middle East Report 24:1, 186 (1994)
    • ‘Problems of Social Science Research in Palestine,’ Current Sociology 42:2 (1994), 69-86
    • ‘The Palestinian Movement in Transition: Historical Reversals and the Uprising,’ Journal of Palestine Studies, 20:2 (1991), 57-70
    • ‘Revolt of the Petite Bourgeoisie: Urban Merchants and the Palestinian uprising,’ in M. Hudson, ed., The Palestinians: New Directions (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, 1990)
    • ‘What the Uprising Means,’ Middle East Report 18:3 (1988), 24-30