Not Just a Picnic: Settler Colonialism, Mobility, and Identity among Palestinians in Israel

@article{Shihade2014NotJA,
  title={Not Just a Picnic: Settler Colonialism, Mobility, and Identity among Palestinians in Israel},
  author={Magid Shihade},
  journal={Biography},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={451 - 473}
}
Through the lens of picnics, this article narrates the social and political history of a village in Galilee and its residents since 1948, which serves as a picture for the larger Palestinian experience and the consequences of the rupture created by the Zionist colonization of Palestine. 

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