In doing so, the authors collected here provide new insight into the integration and segregation processes that are an integral part of the broader historical trends shaping Israel/Palestine.
Cover Contents Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction: The Politics of Everyday Life in the West Bank Settlements Part I-Across the Green Line: Suburbanization, Privatization, and the Settlements 1 The Settlements and the Relationship between Privatization and the Occupation 2 Settlement as Suburbanization: The Banality of Colonization 3 "Outside Jerusalem-Yet so Near": Ma'ale Adumim, Jerusalem, and the Suburbanization of Israel's Settlement Policy 4 Educating Architecture Part II-Between Cities and Outposts: The Heterogeneity of the Settlements and the Settlers 5 Embedded Politics in a West Bank Settlement 6 Informal Outposts in the West Bank: Normality in Gray Space 7 Between Ghetto-Politics and Geopolitics: Ultraorthodox Settlements in the West Bank 8 Beyond Gush Emunim: On Contemporary Forms of Messianism among Religiously Motivated Settlers in the West Bank Part III-Forced Coexistence: Palestinians and Jewish Settlers 9 From Kubaniya to Outpost: A Genealogy of the Palestinian Conceptualization of Jewish Settlement in a Shifting National Context 10 Integrated or Segregated? Israeli-Palestinian Employment Relations in the Settlements 11 Jerusalem's Colonial Space as Paradox: Palestinians Living in the Settlements Appendix: The Settlements List of Contributors Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z.
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