Corpus ID: 51813901

THE LEGAL TRANSFORMATION OF ETHNIC GEOGRAPHY: ISRAELI LAW AND THE PALESTINIAN

@inproceedings{FordTHELT,
  title={THE LEGAL TRANSFORMATION OF ETHNIC GEOGRAPHY: ISRAELI LAW AND THE PALESTINIAN},
  author={Richard Thompson Ford and Nicholas K. Blomley}
}
* Assistant Professor, Law School, Haifa University, Mt. Carmel, 31905 Israel. E-mail: sandy@research.haifa.ac.il. I would like to thank the Israel Science Foundation, for its generous support of this research (No. 761/99). I am grateful to Ron Harris, Claudia Kedar, Assaf Likhovski, Guadelupe Luna, and Oren Yiftachel, who read the article and provided helpful suggestions and comments. Michael Birnhak, Hanoch Dagan, Niva Elkin-Koren, Geremy Forman, Morton Horwitz, Pnina Lahav, Ilan Saban, Eli… Expand

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