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Women, reconciliation, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict : the road not yet taken / Giulia Daniele
VerfasserDaniele, Giulia In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen In Wikipedia suchen nach Giulia Daniele
ErschienenLondon [u.a.] : Routledge, 2014
UmfangXIV, 179 S.
Includes bibliographical references and index
SerieRoutledge studies on the Arab-Israeli conflict
SchlagwörterIsrael In Wikipedia suchen nach Israel / Westjordanland In Wikipedia suchen nach Westjordanland / Frau In Wikipedia suchen nach Frau / Politisches Handeln In Wikipedia suchen nach Politisches Handeln / Friedensbewegung In Wikipedia suchen nach Friedensbewegung / Palästinafrage In Wikipedia suchen nach Palästinafrage / Nahostkonflikt In Wikipedia suchen nach Nahostkonflikt
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"Women, Reconciliation and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict explores the most prominent instances of women's political activism in the occupied Palestinian territories and in Israel, focussing primarily on the last decade. By taking account of the heterogeneous narrative identities existing in such a context, the author questions the effectiveness of the contributions of Palestinian and Israeli Jewish women activists towards a feasible renewal of the "peace process", founded on mutual recognition and reconciliation. Based on feminist literature and field research, this book re-problematises the controversial liaison between ethno-national narratives, feminist backgrounds and women's activism in Palestine/Israel. In detail, the most relevant salience of this study is the provision of an additional contribution to the recent debate on the process of making Palestinian and Israeli women activists more visible, and the importance of this process as one of the most meaningful ways to open up areas of enquiry around major prospects for the end of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Tackling topical issues relating to alternative resolutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, this book will be a valuable resource for both academics and activists with an interest in Middle East Politics, Gender Studies, and Conflict Resolution"..