Palestine and the Palestinians in the 21st Century

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Acknowledgments

The editors would like to thank first and foremost the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) at Georgetown University, which hosted the initial conference from which this volume emerged and which subsequently supported the volume in all its stages of development. Special recognition goes to former CCAS director Michael C. Hudson, who cochaired the conference and who edited a volume on Palestine twenty years earlier (The Palestinians: New Directions) from the first CCAS conference on Palestine, which inspired this one. The support of the current director, Osama Abi-Mershed, has been crucial to this volume’s publication. We are also grateful to associate director Rania Kiblawi, multimedia and publications editor Steve Gertz, former CCAS director the late Barbara Stowasser, public events coordinator Maggie Daher, and information officer Nick Hilgeman for their critical help. Nick especially stepped in at a late stage to help wrap up the volume; his meticulous and speedy work is particularly appreciated. We also thank Rebecca Barr for her essential help with the proof process and index. Warm thanks particularly go to Rebecca Tolen, sponsoring editor at Indiana University Press, for her support and guidance. The IUP team, including managing editor Angela Burton and copyeditor Eric Levy, made the process of completing the volume a seamless one. Two reviewers provided very helpful comments and made the chapters and overall volume better at a crucial stage. Zan Studio in Ramallah allowed us to use their 2010 remix of Franz Kraus’s 1935 Visit Palestine poster as the cover for the paperback edition. The remixed image symbolizes the change that has come for Palestinians living in Palestine in the twenty-first century, where the wall prohibits their access to Jerusalem. Our thanks to the Palestine Poster Project Archive for facilitating our use of this cover image.

The participants in the conference made it an invigorating and provocative milieu in which to talk about Palestine and Palestinians in the twentyfirst century. And while a number of them did not contribute papers, we thank them for making us think deeply about many diverse subjects.

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