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Defining neighbors [electronic resource] : religion, race, and the early Zionist-Arab encounter

Defining neighbors [electronic resource] : religion, race, and the early Zionist-Arab encounter

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Gribetz, Jonathan Marc, 1980-.
Title Statement
Defining neighbors [electronic resource] : religion, race, and the early Zionist-Arab encounter / Jonathan Marc Gribetz.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Princeton and Oxford :   Princeton University Press,   2014.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xvi, 290 p.).
Series Statement
Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World
ISBN
9781400852659 (electronic bk.) 140085265X (electronic bk.)
요약
As the Israeli-Palestinian conflict persists, aspiring peacemakers continue to search for the precise territorial dividing line that will satisfy both Israeli and Palestinian nationalist demands. The prevailing view assumes that this struggle is nothing more than a dispute over real estate. Defining Neighbors boldly challenges this view, shedding new light on how Zionists and Arabs understood each other in the earliest years of Zionist settlement in Palestine and suggesting that the current singular focus on boundaries misses key elements of the conflict. Drawing on archival documents as well as newspapers and other print media from the final decades of Ottoman rule, Jonathan Gribetz argues that Zionists and Arabs in pre-World War I Palestine and the broader Middle East did not think of one another or interpret each other's actions primarily in terms of territory or nationalism. Rather, they tended to view their neighbors in religious terms--as Jews, Christians, or Muslims--or as members of "scientifically" defined races--Jewish, Arab, Semitic, or otherwise. Gribetz shows how these communities perceived one another, not as strangers vying for possession of a land that each regarded as exclusively their own, but rather as deeply familiar, if at times mythologized or distorted, others. Overturning conventional wisdom about the origins of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Gribetz demonstrates how the seemingly intractable nationalist contest in Israel and Palestine was, at its start, conceived of in very different terms. Courageous and deeply compelling, Defining Neighbors is a landmark book that fundamentally recasts our understanding of the modern Jewish-Arab encounter and of the Middle East conflict today.--
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Locating the "Zionist-Arab" encounter: local, regional, imperial, and global spheres -- Muhammad Ruhi al-Khalidi's as-Sayunizm: an Islamic theory of Jewish history in late Ottoman Palestine -- Concerning our Arab question?: competing Zionist conceptions of Palestine's natives -- Imagining the 'Israelites': fin-de-siecle Arab intellectuals and the Jews -- Translation and conquest: transforming perceptions through the press and apologetics.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Zionism --History --20th century. Palestinian Arabs --History --20th century. Jewish-Arab relations.
Subject Added Entry-Geographic Name
Palestine --History --1799-1917.
주제명(개인명)
Khālidī, Rūḥī,   1864-1913.  
Ben-Yehuda, Eliezer,   1858-1922.  
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505 0 ▼a Locating the "Zionist-Arab" encounter: local, regional, imperial, and global spheres -- Muhammad Ruhi al-Khalidi's as-Sayunizm: an Islamic theory of Jewish history in late Ottoman Palestine -- Concerning our Arab question?: competing Zionist conceptions of Palestine's natives -- Imagining the 'Israelites': fin-de-siecle Arab intellectuals and the Jews -- Translation and conquest: transforming perceptions through the press and apologetics.
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650 0 ▼a Jewish-Arab relations.
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Table of Contents

Locating the "Zionist-Arab" encounter: local, regional, imperial, and global spheres
Muhammad Ruhi al-Khalidi''s as-Sayunizm: an Islamic theory of Jewish history in late Ottoman Palestine
Concerning our arab question?: competing Zionist conceptions of Palestine''s natives
Imagining the ''Israelites'': fin-de-siecle Arab intellectuals and the Jews
Translation and conquest: transforming perceptions through the press and apologetics.

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