Riding the bus down memory lane, a Palestinian American scholar of digital culture at MIT recalls her time in Jerusalem and Haifa.
In these stories from his impassioned memoir, Steve Sabella works to decolonize the mind and liberate his identity.
Rifqa, poems by Mohammed el-Kurd Haymarket Books (Sept. 2021) ISBN: 9781642595864 India Hixon Radfar Poet Mohammed El-Kurd often plays by pairing his words, thus doubling or halving their… Continue reading Poetry: Mohammed El-Kurd’s “Rifqa” Reviewed
Fadi Kattan When I think about food and incarceration, the stories of the late Palestinian community leader, Daoud Iriqat immediately come to mind. He was always a lesson in… Continue reading The Story of Jericho Sheikh Daoud and His Beloved Mansaf
Musician and Middle East historian Mark LeVine interviews ethnomusicologist Nili Belkind on her new book profiling Palestinian and Israeli musicians.
Malu Halasa revisits the question of whether walls, borders and barriers should ever be dressed up to disguise their true intent.
Reviewer Eman Quotah finds that Omaima Al-Khamis' "singular imagination shines through in an erudite and sensual tale that captures a complex moment in Islamic history."