Book Club: In a cross-generational compilation, editor Jo Glanville chronicles the varied lived experiences of Palestinian women, from domestic to diaspora. Not restricted to Palestine's occupation, the text's many layers make it a must-read.
Book Club: Despite over twenty inquiries into Israel's human rights abuses against the Palestinians, the international community has consistently thwarted a response. Lori Allen's new book chronicles these attempts and how the Palestinians persevere.
Book Club: Nadeem M. Qureshi’s phenomenal new English translation of Shakib Arslan’s 1930 book Why Muslims Lagged Behind and Others Progressed has brought a fascinating, and relevant, intellectual exchange available to the English-speaking world.
Book Club: Written with an emotive urgency and prescience that the Palestinian struggle demands, Sahar Khalifeh's latest novel is a stunning, if earnest, reflection on the Palestinian sense of steadfastness, from love to resistance.
Book Club: We've rounded up a compilation of ten novels/memoirs written by Palestinian authors to give the unfamiliar reader a compelling gateway into the history, experiences, and lives of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation or in exile.
Book Club: Egemen Bezci delves deep into the lesser-known intelligence pact between Turkey, the US and the UK during the Cold War, showing how Ankara's diplomatic pragmatism allowed it to protect its national interests.