The War of 1948: Representations of Israeli and Palestinian Memories and Narratives

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Contents
Preface and Acknowledgments · Avraham Sela and Alon Kadishvii
Israeli and Palestinian Memories and Historical Narratives of the 1948 War—An Overview · Avraham Sela and Alon Kadish1
PART 1 : ISRAELI-JEWISH NARRATIVES : CONTINUITY AND CHANGE
1The 1948 Palestine War on the Small Screen: A Comparative Analysis of Its Representation in Two Israeli Television Series · Bosmat Garami27
2Israel’s Publications Agency and the 1948 Palestinian Refugees · Rafi Nets-Zehngut51
3The War of Independence Exhibited: A Study of Three Israeli Museums · Ofer Boord75
PART 2 : THE POLITICS OF SPACE MEMORY
4Contested Urban Memoryscape Strategies and Tactics in Post-1948 Haifa · Ziva Kolodney101
5The Making of a Myth: The Story of Kfar Etzion in Religious Zionism 1948–1967 · Dror Greenblum121
PART 3 : PALESTINIAN TRAUMATIC MEMORY
6Descending the Khazooq: “Working Through” the Trauma of the Nakba in Emile Habibi’s Oeuvre · Assaf Peled147
7Wa-Ma Nasayna (We Have Not Forgotten): Palestinian Collective Memory and the Print Work of Abed Abdi · Tal Ben-Zvi171

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