Though it may be a potent political tool, grievance can also maintain our investment in our own oppression.
Office Hours: Mabel Bellucci
“It was no longer necessary to have one group raise the question of abortion. Abortion became a pillar of all the fronts and coalitions.”
The Fight for the Future of Israel Studies
Donors view Israel studies as a vehicle for countering Palestine activism on campus. But many of the scholars they fund don’t toe the line.Mari Cohen
Embracing a radical critique of Israeli apartheid is a precondition for bringing it to a just end.Noura Erakat and John Reynolds
The Political Unconscious
Is psychoanalysis in Israel/Palestine doomed to reinforce the dynamics of the occupation?Eta Demby
Faces of Flight
Ukrainian refugees in Israel cannot be reduced to any single narrative.Anna Lukashevsky
Point of No Return
Palestinians cannot turn back the hands of time. But we might still imagine a world beyond exile.
On People Love Dead Jews and Jews Don’t Count
The Prophet with Eyes
On Olga Tokarczuk’s The Books of Jacob
The Belarusian novel Alindarka’s Children, recently translated into Scots and English, considers the political stakes of linguistic inequity.
Couples Therapy seeks to portray not just particular couples but the fraught practice of coupledom.