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  Volume 37, Number 2, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Life in Occupied Palestine

Guest Editors: Cynthia G. Franklin Morgan Cooper & Ibrahim G. Aoudé

Dedication

p. v
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Editor's Introduction

Life in Occupied Palestine: Three Cafés and a Special Issue

pp. vii-xlviii
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Articles

Section One: Borders, Journeys, Home

Exiled at Home: Writing Return and the Palestinian Home

pp. 377-397
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After the Nakba in Nuba: A Palestinian Villager’s Diary, 1949

pp. 398-450
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Not Just a Picnic: Settler Colonialism, Mobility, and Identity among Palestinians in Israel

pp. 451-473
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Locked Out

pp. 474-475
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Once Upon a Border: The Secret Lives of Resistance—the Case of the Palestinian Village of al-Marja, 1949–1967

pp. 476-504
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Section Two: Invasions, Incarcerations, and Insurgent Imagination

Incidental Insurgents: An Interview with Ruanne Abou Rahme

pp. 507-515
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Towards a New Language of Liberation: An Interview with Raja Shehadeh

pp. 516-523
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Gaza Writes Back: Narrating Palestine

pp. 524-537
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Write What You Know

pp. 538-539
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Dreaming of Never Land

pp. 540-555
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“Food is not our issue”: Reflections on Hunger Striking

pp. 556-559
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Section Three: Reciprocal Solidarities and Other Revolutionary Relations

From the West Bank: Letters and Acts of Resistance

pp. 563-605
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Life in Abu Dis Continues Quietly

pp. 606-663
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Traveling as a Palestinian

pp. 664-679
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Reciprocal Solidarity: Where the Black and Palestinian Queer Struggles Meet

pp. 680-705
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Section Four: Forging a Just Future

The “I” in BDS: Individual Creativity and Responsibility in the Context of Collective Praxis — an Interview With Omar Barghouti and Falastine Dwikat

pp. 709-719
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Contributors

pp. 720-723
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Research Areas

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