The Israeli and Palestinian Collective Memories of Their Conflict: Determinants, Characteristics, and Implications

May 2014
Brown Journal of World Affairs;Spring/Summer2014, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p103
Academic Journal
The article explores the determinants, characteristics and implications of the conflict between the Palestinian and the Israeli. It mentions the importance of historical narratives that run deep in political, social and academic spheres where the Palestinian uprising has been accounted as one of the vivid examples of such. The influence of the transformative narratives in crafting resolution for a certain conflict is also emphasized.


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