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​​Shehadeh, H. Palestine in the Cloud: The Construction of a Digital Floating Homeland. Humanities 2023, 12, 75.

Kosmatopoulos, Nikolas. “On the Shores of Politics: Sea, Solidarity and the Ships to Gaza.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37, no. 4 (August 2019): 740–57. 

Burris, Gregory A. The Palestinian Idea: Film, Media, and the Radical Imagination. Temple University Press, 2019. ​

Perdigon, Sylvain. Bleeding Dreams: Miscarriage and the Bindings of the Unborn in the Palestinian Refugee Community of Tyre, South Lebanon In Living and Dying in the Contemporary World (pp. 143-158), 2019​.

Scheid, Kirsten. Jerusalem Actual and Possible: The 9th Edition of the Jerusalem Show, bilingual exhibition booklet of 64 pages. (Jerusalem: Al-Ma`mal Contemporary Art Foundation). 2018

Scheid, Kirsten. “How Is Embroidery Flat?” Labour of Love: Palestinian Embroidery, eds. Shuruq Harb and Rachel Dedman, exhibition catalogue. (Ramallah, Palestine Museum). Pp. 405-406. 2018

Burris, Gregory A. “Palestine in Black and White: White Settler-Colonialism and the Specter of Transnational Black Power,” Global Raciality: Empire, PostColoniality, DeColoniality, edited by Sunaina Maira, Paola Bacchetta, and Howard Winant (New York: Routledge, 2018), pp. 119-35. 

Perdigon, Sylvain. "Life on the Cusp of Form: In search of worldliness with Palestinian refugees in Tyre, Lebanon,” HAU Vol 8, No 3 (2018).

Al-Hardan, Anaheed. “Memories for the Return? Remembering the Nakba by the First Generation of Palestinian Refugees in Syria.” Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies 16, no. 2 (October 31, 2017): 177–92. 

Burris, Gregory A. “Birth of a (Zionist) Nation: Black Radicalism and the Future of Palestine,” Futures of Black Radicalism, edited by Gaye Theresa Johnson and Alex Lubin (New York: Verso, 2017), pp. 120-32.

Al-Hardan, Anaheed.  "Palestinians in Syria: Nakba Memories of Shattered Communities."  ​Columbia University Press, 2016. 

Perdigon, Sylvain​. “'For Us It Is Otherwise' : Three Sketches on Making Poverty Sensible in the Palestinian Refugee Camps of Lebanon.​”Current Anthropology 56(S11): S88–96, 2015.

Perdigon, Sylvain​. “Bleeding Dreams: al-Qreyne, al-Rahim and the Bindings of the Imaginal” in Living and Dying in the Contemporary World: A Compendium, edited by Veena Das and Clara Han, Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2015.

Perdigon, Sylvain​. “Ethnography in the Time of Martyrs: History and Pain in Current Anthropological Practice” in Wording the World: Veena Das and Scenes of Inheritance, edited by Roma Chatterji, New York: Fordham University Press, 2015.

Al-Hardan, Anaheed; Al-Nakbah in Arab Thought: The Transformation of a Concept. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 1 December 2015; 35 (3): 622–638.

Zurayk, Rami.  "Control Food, Control People: The Struggle for Food Security in Gaza." Institute for Palestine Studies, 2015.

Scheid, Kirsten. “Adding Art to a Checkpoint: Review of Qalandiya International Biennale 2,” Anthropology Now, 7( 2): 139-149. 2015

Scheid, Kirsten. “Can Art Really Cross Borders: Qalandiya and the Problem of Tanzir,” Middle East Report, 274: 22-27. 2015

Prashad, Vijay.   "India and the Israeli War on Palestine,"  Economic and Political Weekly, no. 29, 2014. 

Sayigh, Rosemary. “On the Exclusion of the Palestinian Nakba from the ‘Trauma Genre.’” Journal of Palestine Studies, vol. 43, no. 1, 2013, pp. 51–60.

Hanafi, Sari. "Explaining spacio-cide in Palestinian territory: Colonization, separation, and state of exception". Current Sociology. 61 (2): 190–205 2013. 

Al-Hroub, Anies. "Perspectives of school dropouts’ dilemma in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon: An ethnographic study." International Journal of Educational Development. 35: 53-66, 2013.  ​

Al-Hardan, Anaheed; “A Year On: The Palestinians in Syria," Syrian Studies Association Bulletin 17 (1) (2012).

Al-Hardan, Anaheed; The Right of Return Movement in Syria: Building a Culture of Return, Mobilizing Memories for the Return. Journal of Palestine Studies 1 January 2012

Hanafi, Sari. "Flexible Citizenship and the Inflexible Nation-State: New Framework for Appraising the Palestinian Refugees’ Movements ." Journal of International Migration and Integration,  2011.

Wick, Livia. "The practice of humanitarianism: A village birthing clinic in Palestine." Global Public Health. 6. 534-546, 2011

Wick, Livia. "The Practice of Waiting under Closure in Palestine." City & Society. 23. 10, 2011 

Perdigon, Sylvain​. “'The One Still Surviving and Viable Institution' in Palestinian Refugees: Identity, Space and Place in the Levant," edited by Sari Hanafi and Are Knudsen, London: Routledge, 2011, pp. 165–179.

Perdigon, Sylvain​. “L’Ethnographie à l’Heure des Martyrs: Histoire, Violence, Souffrance dans la Pratique Anthropologique Contemporaine” Les Annales HSS (July-August 2010): 971–996.

Habib, Rima, "Addressing Poor Living Conditions to Improve Health in Palestinian Camps in Lebanon,"   IFI Research and Policy Memo #4 | April 2010​​

Al-Hardan, Anaheed; "Remembering the Catastrophe: Uprooted Histories and the Grandchildren of the Nakba," in A. Sparkes (ed) Auto/Biography Year Book 2007 (Clio Publishing: Southampton, 2008).

Al-Hardan, Anaheed; “Understanding the Present Through the Past: Between British and Israeli Discourses on Palestine," in R. Lentin (ed), Thinking Palestine, (Zed Books: London, 2008).

Kanafani, Samar. "Leaving Mother-Land: The Anti-Feminine in Fida’i Narratives." Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 15:297–316, 2008 .

Khalidi, Walid.  "The Fall of Haifa Revisited." Journal of Palestine Studies. 37 (3): 30-58, 2008

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