Reflections and Opacities in an Arab College in Israel
It was one of the better career moves I made when I decided to begin teaching at the college. I thank my husband who prodded me in that direction. I thank him for his support and his encouragement as well as for his professional critiquing of the manuscript as he read, and reread many a draft. I am grateful for the feedback of my other readers: Arthur Krystal, Barbara Sachs, Laurie Sapir, and Tzvi and Mechal Sobel. Special thanks must go to my students and colleagues at the college over the years, who welcomed me in their uniquely hospitable fashion, moved me, challenged me, enlightened me and, whether they meant to or not, changed me. * * * Names of people and places have been changed to protect the innocent, and the guilty.
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