In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

313 Bibliography Ablamonitz, Kira. “Ha-tsima’on la-sifrut motse revayah be-rusit” (The Thirst for Original Literature is Saturated with Russian). Ha-aretz, Sept. 5, 2005. http://www.haaretz.co.il/literature/1.1042130. ———. “Masa she-mat’hil be-eropa ha-klasit ve-nigmar be-dukhaney ha-shawarma be-Tel Aviv” (A Journey that Starts in Classical Europe and Ends in the Shawarma Stands of Tel Aviv). Ha-aretz, Nov. 13, 2001. http://www .haaretz.co.il/literature/1.1058211. Aboutboul, Guy, Lev Grinberg, and Pnina Motzafi-Haller, eds. Kolot mizrahiyim (Mizrahi Voices). Tel Aviv: Masada, 2005. Abramovich, Dvir. “Eli Amir’s Mafriah ha-yonim.” Modern Judaism 27, no. 1 (2006): 1–19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/mj/kjl008. ———. Back to the Future: Israeli Literature of the 1980s and 1990s. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010. Abū Mukh, Hudā. “Al-Naṣṣ Ka-manhajiyyat Iqsā’” (The Text as a Methodology of Exclusion). Al-Ḥiwār al-Mutamaddin (Civilized Dialogue), Oct. 24, 2005. http://www.ahewar.org/debat/show.art.asp?aid=48750. Adaf, Shimon. “Lo yadati she-kol ze sheli” (I Didn’t Know All This Was Mine). In Kav ha-shesa (The Rift Line), edited by Rubik Rosenthal, 183–88. Tel Aviv: Yediot aharonot, 2001. ———. “Exclusion of the Different.” Paper presented at the NAPH Conference, New York, July 2010. ———. Kilometer ve-yomaim lifnei ha-shkia (One Mile and Two Days before Sunset). Jerusalem: Ketter, 2004. ———. Mox Nox. Or Yehuda: Kinneret Zmora-Bitan, 2011. ———. Panim tsruvei hamah (Sunburned Faces). Tel Aviv: Am oved, 2008. Adage, Avraham. “Ha-masah el ha-halom—hartsa’a” (The Journey to the Dream—A Lecture). In Ethiopia—mi-kol ha-hebetim: historiya, datot, sifrut , omanut, safot, aktualiyah (Ethiopia—from All Aspects: History, Religions , Literature, Art, Languages, Current Affairs), edited by Daniela Sapir, 314 BIBLIOGRAPHY 91–95. Tel Aviv: Ha-aguda le-ma’an idud yetsira, tirgum ve-tarbut shel haeda ha-etiyopit, 2002. ———. Ha-masah el ha-halom (The Journey to the Dream). Self-published, 2002. ———. Im ha-panim kadima (Facing Forward). Tel Aviv: Tcherikover, 2002. Adivi-Shoshan, Esty. “Ha-shir she-hasaf et ha-pa’ar bein ha-morim la-talmidim ” (The Poem That Revealed the Gap between Teachers and Students ). Ha-aretz, Feb. 21, 2012. http://www.haaretz.co.il/literature/safrut /list/1.1646717. ———. “Yesh li mashehu aher ledaber oto” (I Got Another Thing to Speak). Haaretz , Jul. 23, 2010. http://www.haaretz.co.il/literature/1.1213386. al-al-Usta, ʿAdil. “Imīl Ḥabībī, al-Julūs ʿlā al-Khāzūq” (Emile Habibi, Sitting on the Pole). Dīwān al-ʿArab, May. 14, 2008. http://diwanalarab.com/spip .php?article13986. ———. Su’al al-Huwiyya: Filastiniyyat al-Adab wa-l-Adīb (The Question of Identity : The Palestinianness of the Literature and the Author). Palestine: Dār al-Shurūq, 2000. Alba, Richard, and Victor Nee. “Rethinking Assimilation Theory for a New Era of Immigration.” International Migration Review 31, no. 4 (1997): 826–74. http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/2547416. Alcalay, Ammiel. “1001 Palestinian Nights.” Village Voice, Mar. 26, 2002. ———. “Exploding Identities: Notes on Ethnicity and Literary History.” Jewish Social Studies 1, no. 2 (1995): 15–27. ———. After Jews and Arabs—Remaking Levantine Culture. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993. ———. Keys to the Garden. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1996. Al-Hibri, Azizah Y. “Is Western Patriarchal Feminism Good for Third World/ Minority Women?” In Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?, edited by Joshua Cohen, Howard Matthew, and Martha C. Nussbaum, 41–46. Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1999. Almayehu, Hadis. Ahavah ad ha-kever (Feker Eske Mekaber) (Love unto Crypt). Tel Aviv: Ha-aguda le-ma’an idud yetsira, tirgum ve-tarbut shel ha-eda haetiyopit , 2006. Almosnino, Natan. “Divrei ptiha” (Opening Address). Da et ha-merhav (News Items from the Arab World) 22 (1992): 1–2. Alon,Ktzia.“Likroaleihem,lir’ototanu”(ReadingAboutThem,SeeingOurselves). Ha-aretz, Jun, 3 2008. http://www.haaretz.co.il/literature/1.1328880. ———. Efsharut shlishit le-shirah—iyunim be-poetikah mizrahit (A Third Option for Poetry: Study in Mizrahi Poetics). Tel Aviv: Ha-kibbutz ha-meuhad, 2011. Alon, Ktzia, and Dalia Markovich. “Yalda sh’hora, pere atsil ve-avaryan tsa’atsua: ha-giborim ha-hadashim shel ha-safrut ha-ivrit” (A Black Girl, a Noble Savage, and a Petty Criminal: Hebrew Literature’s New Protagonists). Hakivun mizrah 8 (2004): 10–12. Bibliography 315 al-Qāsim, Samīḥ. Mawākib al-Shams (Processions of the Sun). Nazareth: Al- ḥakīm, 1958. al-Tūkhī, N...

pdf

Additional Information

ISBN
9781612493633
Related ISBN
9781557536808
MARC Record
OCLC
912317950
Pages
448
Launched on MUSE
2015-10-24
Language
English
Open Access
No
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.