TITLE

And finally... Susan Abulhawa

AUTHOR(S)
GREEN, GRAEME
PUB. DATE
November 2015
SOURCE
New Internationalist;Nov2015, Issue 487, p46
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Interview
ABSTRACT
An interview with Palestinian American author and human rights activist Susan Abulhawa is presented. She talks about her novel "The Blue Between Sky and Water" which looks at the Israeli-Palestine conflict as a generational issue. She explains how wounds and collective trauma are handed down from generation to generation. She also discusses false narratives about Israel's occupation of Palestine, non-violent resistance, and the effect of the conflict on children.
ACCESSION #
110270105

 

Related Articles

  • ISRAELI AND PALESTINIAN KIDS CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE.  // Newsweek Global;8/1/2014, Vol. 163 Issue 5, p1 

    The article discusses the impact of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on both Palestinian and Israeli children as of August 1, 2014, noting the impact of Israeli military strikes on the Gaza Strip. Topics addressed include the number of Palestinian children who have been killed during the Israeli...

  • Learning Together, Living Together. Carter, Gene R. // Educational Leadership;Oct2007, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p82 

    The author describes attempts to bring about meaningful interaction between Israeli and Palestinian Arab students in Israel. He describes the Hand in Hand Center for Jewish-Arab Education, founded in 1997 in Israel with the intent of building peace between Jews and Arabs through bilingual and...

  • Cooked up. Raine, Caroline // New Internationalist;Oct2012, Issue 456, p6 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "All Cooked Up," published in the July 2012 issue of "New Internationalist," and which discusses social efforts to increase understanding and communication between Israelis and Palestinians.

  • Pavilions on the Periphery.  // ArtAsiaPacific;May/Jun2009, Issue 63, p103 

    The article focuses on the exhibits at the Venice Biennale in Venice, Italy, mounted by Palestine and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Palestinian exhibit explores issues of mobility for Palestinians because of the Israeli tightening of the Gaza border. The article notes that Palestinian...

  • THEY'D RATHER NOT KNOW. McGreal, Chris // New Statesman;10/31/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4764, p26 

    The article looks at what Israelis think about Palestinians. The author suggests that if an Arab boards a bus in Jerusalem, most passengers will scrutinise the new arrival with an intense mix of suspicion and fear. The article reviews recent data reporting that Israelis feel that security has...

  • Op-Ed: Don't compare Ferguson and Palestine. Jacobson, Kenneth // Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;1/19/2015, p1 

    NEW YORK (JTA) -- The latest strategy being used by those who make a career of assaulting the good name of the State of Israel is to link the issue of full equality for African-Americans, as symbolized by the word "Ferguson," with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

  • Revisiting Mohammed. Macintyre, Donald // New Statesman;8/22/2014, Vol. 143 Issue 5224, p15 

    The article focuses on the death of Palestinian policeman Nidal Badran in Gaza City by Israeli air strikes in August of 2014.

  • SAM HARRIS. HARRIS, SAM // Boston Review;Sep/Oct2014, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p29 

    The author expresses his opinion regarding writer Paul Bloom's discussion of empathy and the war in Gaza. He discusses the tragedies experienced by the organization Hamas's bombings, agrees with Bloom's idea that empathy and anger are connected, and comments on the moral and ethical aspects of...

  • AMID THE KILLING, E.R. IS AN OASIS. Rees, Matt; Hamad, Jamil // Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/23/2003, Issue 24, p18 

    This article presents information related to the social significance of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. At hospital, Jews save Arabs and Arabs save Jews. Though the hospital treats and employs mostly Jewish Israelis, it has Palestinian doctors also. Hadassah branch at Ein Kerem has handled more...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics