Grass-roots Commemorations: Remembering

  title={Grass-roots Commemorations: Remembering},
  author={LALEH KHALILI and John Chalcraft and D. Allan and Muhammad Ali Khalidi and Ian Lustick and S. Robinson},
  • LALEH KHALILI, John Chalcraft, +3 authors S. Robinson
  • Published 2004
The Oslo negotiations—and the specter of a Palestinian renunciation of the right of return—greatly increased the insecurities of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. The new uncertainties in turn triggered the emergence in the refugee camps of commemorative practices different from those previously sponsored by the Palestinian leadership. The new forms of commemoration, centered on the villages left behind in Palestine in 1948 and including popular ethnographies, memory museums, naming practices… CONTINUE READING

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