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Poetic Power and the Politics of Space


Ron Robin and Bo Stråth

Contents: Ron Robin/Bo Stråth: Poetics of Space and Place – Rema Hammami: Gender, Nakbe and Nation: Palestinian Women’s Presence and Absence in the Narration of 1948 Memories – Salim Tamari: Bourgeois Nostalgia and Exilic Narratives – Karma Nabulsi: My Homeland – Issam Nassar: Narrating a Homeland Identity: The Writing of the Histories of Palestinian Nationalism – Ilan Gur Ze’ev: Holocaust/Nakbah as an Israeli/Palestinian Homeland – Fania Oz-Salzberger: Oh, My Land, My Homeland: Origins, Varieties and Fate of Zionist Poetics of Moledet – Maoz Azaryahu: Homelandscapes. Zionist Landscapes of a Hebrew Homeland: Three Cases – Mark Levine: Locating Home: Overthrowing Geography, Misreading Modernity and Other Adventures in the Search of the Routes that Divide Us – Ilan Pappe: The Post-Territorial Dimensions of a Future Homeland in Israel and Palestine – Ron Robin: The Necropolitics of Homeland. The Role of Tombs and Village Cemetries in the Middle East Conflict – Mariangela Veikou: Ambiguous Insiders and the Description of «Homeland»: Belonging in Immigrants’ Ethnic Identity Narratives – Senadin Musabegović: The Circle and the Present – Heidi Grunebaum/Yazir Henri: Where the Mountain Meets Its Shadow: A Conversation on Memory, Identity, and Fragmented Belonging in Present-Day South Africa – John D. Brewer: Contesting Ulster – Rolf Petri: The Meanings of Heimat (1850-1945) – James Kaye: There’s No Place Like Home – Bo Stråth: Hembygd as a Pragmatic Concept: The Alternative Case.