Saleh Abd al-Jawad

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Saleh Abd al-Jawad (Arabic: صالح عبد الجواد‎, born 1952) is a Palestinian historian. He received his PhD in Political Science from Paris X-Nanterre University in 1986 and works as Professor of History and Political Science at Birzeit University since 1981.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Abd al-Jawad, S., 2001, The Israeli Assassination Policy in the Aqsa Intifada, JMCC.
  • Abd al-Jawad, S., 2003, Le témoignage des Palestiniens entre l’historiographie israélienne et l’historiographie arabe : le cas de 1948 in COQUIO, C. L’histoire trouée. Négation et témoignage, Nantes : l’Atalante, pp. 627–639.
  • Abd al-Jawad, S., 2005, Palestinians and the Historiography of the 1948 War, Muwatin.
  • Abd al-Jawad, S., 2006 The Arab and Palestinian Narratives of the 1948 War in Rotberg, R.I., The Intertwined Narratives of Israel-Palestine: History’s Double Helix, Indianapolis : Indiana University Press, pp. 72–113.
  • Abd al-Jawad, S., 2007, Zionist Massacres: the Creation of the Palestinian Refugee Problem in the 1948 War, in Benvenisti, E., Gans, C. and Hanafi, S., Israel and the Palestinian Refugees, Berlin, Heidelberg, New-York : Springer, pp. 59–127.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Saleh Abdul Jawad (retried on 21 February 2009)