Past is Present: Settler Colonialism in Palestine

@article{Salamanca2012PastIP,
  title={Past is Present: Settler Colonialism in Palestine},
  author={Omar Salamanca and Mezna Qato and Kareem M. Rabie and Sobhi Samour},
  journal={Settler Colonial Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={1 - 8}
}
This special issue of settler colonial studies emerges out of a March 2011 conference on settler colonialism in Palestine organised by the Palestine Society and the London Middle East Institute at the School of Oriental and African Studies. It is our hope that this issue will catalyse creative, collaborative work that puts the settler colonial framework firmly on the agenda of Palestine studies. The need for such engagement arises from our recognition that while Zionism and the Palestinians are… 
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