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Class, Capital and Colonies in India and Palestine/Israel
The article “Class, Capital and Colonies in India and Palestine/Israel” studies the way Indian and Israeli Communist intellectuals conceptualized and understood European Colonialism. In contrast toExpand
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War and Memory
Colonialism and imperialism in Communist thinking in Palestine/Israel, 1919–1965
ABSTRACT The history of Communism in Palestine/Israel can be seen as an attempt to effect an Arab-Jewish anti-imperialist struggle. This article – which is informed by the literature about settlerExpand
The Holidays of the Revolution Myth, Ritual and Identity among Tel-Aviv Communists, 1919-1965
THE HOLIDAYS OF THE REVOLUTION MYTH, RITUAL AND IDENTITY IN AMONG TEL AVIV COMMUNISTS, 1919-1965 Amir Locker-Biletzki Advisor: University of Guelph, 2013 Alan McDougall The Israeli Communist PartyExpand
Jewish-Arab Fraternity: Language, Symbol and Ritual in the Israeli Communist Party, 1948–1965
The History of Communism in Palestine/Israel since its foundation in 1919 to the present day is hotly debated among Zionist, Palestinian, and cultural historians. The main issue in contention betweenExpand
Rethinking Settler Colonialism: A Marxist Critique of Gershon Shafir
In recent years, the use of settler colonialism as an analytical framework to understand the Zionist-Palestinian conflict has become prevalent. Spurred by the works of such scholars as Patrick WolfeExpand
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Judaism and communism: Hanukkah, Passover, and the Jewish Communists in Mandate Palestine and Israel, 1919–1965
This article explores the mythological, ritualistic, and symbolic aspects of the ways in which the festivals of Hanukkah and Passover were celebrated by the Jewish Communists in Mandate Palestine andExpand