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Palestinian Art After Catastrophe

How Palestinians represent their displacement

Maher Naji, showing the Palestinian olive harvest via Palestine Museum (US)

The past decade has witnessed a sea change in Palestinian art history. Great art has been produced by Palestinians for centuries, but only recently has this art become accessible to the wider world. In 2009, the study Palestinian Art by Palestinian artist and art historian Kamal Boullata (1942 − 2019) first appeared in English…

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The aim of this publication is to learn from our history and culture in order to understand the dynamics of politics and improve the current state of movements for feminism, racism, and LGBTQ

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Rebecca Ruth Gould

Rebecca Ruth Gould

Poetry, politics, author’s rights, the Caucasus, Iran, Palestine. Writer. Educator. rrgould.hcommons.org. Support my work ☕ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rrgould

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