Articles

Refereed Journal Articles

A. Jamal. Palestinian State-Formation, the Media and the Prospects of Democracy in Palestine Majalat Al-Dirasat Al-Filastiniya vol. 40, 1999. (pp. 112-135) (Arabic)

A. Jamal. The Palestinians in the Israeli Peace Discourse: A Conditional Partnership Journal of Palestine Studies vol. XXX, no. 1, 2000. (pp. 36-51)

A. Jamal. State-Formation, Media and the Prospects of Democracy in Palestine Media Culture and Society vol. 22, no. 2, 2000. (pp. 497-505)

A. Jamal. The Palestinian Media: An Obedient Servant or a Vanguard of Democracy Journal of Palestine Studies vol. xxix, no. 2, 2000. (pp. 45-59)

A. Jamal. Politics and Government in Israel: Ethnic Democracy Model and the Critique of Reality (וביקורת המציאות המשטר של מדינת ישראל: מודל הדמוקרטיה האתנית ) Israeli Sociology vol.2, no. 2, 2000. (pp. 631-645) (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. Conflict Transformation, Reconciliation and the Imperative of Mutual Recognition (הכרה הדדית, פיוס וטרנספורמציה של סכסוכים: היבטים תיאורטיים ) Israeli Sociology Vol. 3, no. 2, 2001. (pp.313-341) (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. State-Building, Institutionalization and Democracy: The Palestinian Experience Mediterranean Politics Vol. 6, No. 3, 2001. (pp. 1-30).

A. Jamal. State-Building and Media Regime: Censoring the Emerging Public Sphere in Palestine Gazette: The International Journal for Communication vol. 63, no. 2 -3, 2001. (pp. 263-282).

A. Jamal. Engendering State Building: The Women’s Movement and Gender Regime in Palestine Middle East Journal, vol. 55, no. 2, 2001. (pp. 256-276).

A. Jamal. The Dialectics of ‘Othering’ in Zionist Thought: Arabs and Oriental Jews in Israel Tel Aviver Jahrbuch Fuer Deutsche Geschichte, vol.XXX, 2002. (pp. 283-311)

A. Jamal. Beyond ‘Ethnic Democracy’: State Structure, Multi-Cultural Conflict and Differentiated Citizenship in Israel New Political Science, vol. 24, no. 3, 2002. (pp. 411-431)

A. Jamal. Palestinian Dynamics of Self-Representation: Identity and Difference in Palestinian Nationalism Hagar: International Journal of Social Research vol. 4, no. 1-2 (2003). (pp. 65-88)

A. Jamal. Feminist Media and the Engendering of Palestinian Nationalism Feminist Media Studies vol. 4, no. 2, (2004). (pp. 131-148)

A. Jamal. Liberal Zionism: Judicial Discourse and the Challenges of Multiculturalism in Israel State and Society vol. 4, no. 1 (December 2004). (pp. 789-823) (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. The Ambiguities of Minority Patriotism: On Love for Homeland versus State among Palestinian Citizens of Israel Nationalism and Ethnic Politics vol. 10, no. 3 (Autumn 2004). (pp. 433-471)

A. Jamal. On the Morality of Arab Collective Rights in Israel Adalah’s Electronic Newsletter. No. 12 (April 2005).

A. Jamal. Ethnic Nationalism, Native Minorities and Politics: On the Dynamics of Constructing National Inequality in Israel Society and Economy in Israel: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, vol1, Avi Bareli, Daniel Gutwein and Tuvia Friling (eds.) (Sede Boqer and Jerusalem: The Ben Gurion Research Institute and Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi Press, 2005. (pp. 145-182). (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. Citizenship as Resistance: Arab Politics in Israel Revisited. Nimer Sultani (ed.) Israel and the Palestinian Minority 2005. Haifa: Mada Al-Carmel Press, 2005. (pp. 207-218).

A. Jamal. Arab Leadership in Israel: Ascendance and Fragmentation. Journal of Palestine Studies. Vol. Xxxv, no. 2 (Winter 2006) (pp. 1-17)    Arabic version

A. Jamal. The Syndrome of Imaginative Equality and the Cunning of Cultural Exclusion: Arabs in Israeli Reality TV Shows. The Present Absentees Report. Jerusalem: Second TV and Radio Agency, 2006. (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. The Vision of the ‘Political Nation’ and the Challenge of ‘State of all its Citizens’: Explorations in Azmi Bishara’s Political Thought.” Alpayeem Journal . No. 30 (Winter 2006), pp. 71-113.

A. Jamal. Strategies of Minority Struggle for Equality in Ethnic States: Arab Politics in Israel. Citizenship Studies, vol. 11, no. 3, 2007. (pp. 263-282).

A. Jamal. Nationalizing States and the Constitution of ‘Hollow Citizenship’: Israel and its Palestinian Citizens. Ethnopolitics, vol. 6, no. 4 (November 2007), pp. 471-493.

A. Jamal. The Counter-Hegemonic Role of Civil Society: Palestinian-Arab NGOs in Israel. Citizenship Studies, vol. 12, no. 3, 2008. (pp. 283-306).

A. Jamal. The political ethos of Palestinian citizens of Israel: critical reading in the future vision documents. Israel Studies Forum vol. 23, no. 2, Winter 2008. (pp. 3-28).

A. Jamal.  Media Culture as Counter-Hegemonic Strategy: The Communicative Action of the Arab Minority in Israel. Media Culture and Society vol. 31, no. 4, 2009. (pp. 559-577).

Elias, N. Jamal, A. Soker, O. Illusive Pluralism and Hegemonic Identity in Israeli Reality Shows. Television and New Media, vol. 10, no. 5 (September 2009), pp. 375-391.

A. Jamal. Contradictions of State-Minority Relations in Israel: The Search for Clarification. Constellations, vol. 16, no. 3 (September 2009), pp. 493-508.

A. Jamal. Democratizing State-Religion Relations: Comparative Study of Turkey, Egypt and Israel, Democratization, 16(6) (2009): 1143-1171.

A. Jamal. Le sionisme et ses tragiques contradictions, Cite Journal, 47-48 (2011): 87-117.

A. Jamal. Nelly Elias and Orly Soker  Cultural Encoding and Phony Equality in Popular Reality Shows: Lessons from Israel Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 37, no. 9 (2011): 1349-1366.

A. Jamal. Shared Sovereignty as Default Solution: National Conflicts and Differential Solutions, Journal of Public Sphere, 6 (Summer 2012), 42-74.

A. Jamal. Manufacturing “Quiet Arabs” in Israel: Ethnicity, Media Frames and Soft Power, Government and Opposition. (2012): 1-20.

A. Jamal. Conflicting Temporalities and Transformative Temporariness in Israel/Palestine – Constellations vol. 23, no. 3 (2016): 365-377.

A. Jamal. Constitutionalizing Sophisticated Racism: Israel’s Proposed Nationality Law”, Journal of Palestine Studies, 45, no. 2 (2016), pp. 40-51.

A. Jamal. (with Anna Kensicki) “A Theory of Critical Junctures of Democratization: A Comparative Examination of Constitution Making in Egypt and Tunisia”, Law and Ethics of Human Rights, 2016, 10(1): 185-222.  

A. Jamal. “In the Shadow of the 1967 War: Israel and the Palestinians”, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 44(4): 529-544.

A. Jamal.  “Neo-Zionism and Palestine: The Unveiling of Settler-Colonial Practices in Mainstream Zionism”, Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies, 16(1): 47-78.

 

Accepted for Publication

A. Jamal.“1967 Bypassing 1948: A Critique of Critical Israeli Studies of Occupation”, in: Critical Inquiry Journal (Fall 2017)

 

Chapters in Refereed Books:

A. Jamal. Civil Society without state? The Palestinian Case. Ibrahim, F., Wedel     H., (eds.) Problems of Civil Society in the Middle East  Leske & Budrich, Oplanden, 1995. (pp. 165-179). (German).

A. Jamal.  Abstention as Participation: The Labyrinth of Arab Politics in Israel.     Arian, A., Shamir, M., (eds.) The Elections in Israel 2001 Jerusalem:                Israel Democracy Institute, 2002. (pp. 55- 103).

A. Jamal. Power-Relations, Recognition and Dialogue: The Dynamics of                 Israeli-Palestinian Peace. Eisenberg, L., Caplan, N., Sokoloff, N., Abu-Nimer, M., (eds.)  Traditions and Transitions in Israel Studies . New York: SUNY Press, 2002. (pp. 239-262).

A. Jamal. Between Homeland, Nation and State: Patriotism among Palestinians in Israel. (בין מולדת עם ומדינה) D. Bar-Tal, A. Ben Amos (eds.) Patriotism: We Love     you Homeland,  Tel Aviv: Hakibutz Hameochad, 2004. (pp. 393-446).              (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. The Structure and Culture of Israeli Communication Regime. C. Mansour (ed.) Dalil Israel  (מדריך ישראל), Washington DC.: Institute for Palestine Studies, 2004. (pp. 371-433 ) (Arabic).

A. Jamal  The Palestinian IDPs in Israel and the Predicament of Return: Between Imagining the “Impossible” and Enabling the “Imaginative”. Ann Lesch and Ian Lustick (eds.) Exile and Return: Predicaments of Palestinians and  Jews, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005. (pp. 133-160).

A. Jamal. Political and Ideological Factors of Conflict in Palestinian Society. Hans Joerg Albrecht, Simon, Razaei, Rohne and Kiza eds.) Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Middle Eastern Societies: Between Tradition and Modernity. Freiburg: Max Planck Institute in Freiburg, 2006. (pp. 229-256).

A. Jamal. Ethnic Nationalism, Native Minorities and Politics: On the Dynamics     Of Constructing National Inequality in Israel  Society and Economy in                 Israel: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, vol1,  Avi Bareli, Daniel Gutwein and Tuvia Friling (eds.) (Sede Boqer and Jerusalem: The Ben Gurion Research Institute and Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi Press, 2005. (pp. 145-182). (Hebrew).

A. Jamal. Referenda as Decision Making Mechanism in Rigid Ethno-National         States: Israel as Example. Dana Ariele-Horowitz (ed.) Phantom in Politics: Referenda in Israel Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2006. (pp.165-191).

A. Jamal. The Syndrome of Imaginative Equality and the Cunning of Cultural       Exclusion: Arabs in Israeli Reality TV Shows. The Present Absentees             Report. Jerusalem: Second TV and Radio Agency, 2006. (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. Political Participation and the Lack of Effective Vote for Arabs in                   Israel.” In: Shlomo Hasson and Michael Karayanni (eds.) Arabs in                    Israel: Barriers to Equality (Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy                    Studies), pp. 125-140 (Hebrew).

A. Jamal. The Sociology of Arab Leadership in Israel. Elie Rekhess (ed.) The              Arab Minority in Israel and the Elections for the 17th Knesset (Tel Aviv:                 Dayan Center, 2007)

A. Jamal. On the Burdens if Racialized Time. Yehuda Shenhav and Yossi Yona (eds.) Racism in Israel (Jerusalem: Hakibutz Hameuchad and van Leer, 2008), pp. 348-380.

A. Jamal. Civic Associations, Empowerment and Democratization: Arab Civil Society in Israel. Guy Ben-Porat and Bryan Turner (eds.) The Contradictions of Israeli Citizenship: Land, Religion and State (London: Routledge, 2011), pp. 222-  257.

A. Jamal. Racialized Time and the Principles of Colonial Rule in the Israeli-Palestinian Context. Yair Auron and Isaac Lubelsky (eds.) Genocide: Between Racism and Genocide in the Modern Era (Raanana: Open University, 2011), pp. 185-219.

A. Jamal. Future Visions and Horizons of Expectations in State-Minority Relations in Israel in Joel Peters and David Neuman eds The Routledge Handbook on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (London: Routledge, 2012).

A. Jamal. The Principles of Civic Education and the Challenges of Deliberative Citizenship in Dan Avnon (ed.), Civic Education In Israel (Am Oved Press, 2013).pp. 327-360.

A.Jamal. Israels palästinensische Bürger: Status und Rolle einer separierten Bevölkerungsgruppe, in:  Bernadette Schwarz-Boenneke  (ed.) Israel im Auge des Sturms Gesellschaftlich gespalten – politisch gefordert. (2014) Verlag Herder in Freiburg.

 A.Jamal.  Self-Exclusion as Epistimological Space: An Arendtian View of Conflictual Realities. In: Amos Goldberg and Bashir Bashir (eds.) Holocaust and Nakba (Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute and Hakibutz Hamiuchad, 2015).pp. 147-171.

A. Jamal. Post-Zionism and its Moral and Political Ramifications, Eliezer Ben-Rafael, Julius H. Schoeps, Yitzhak Sternberg , Anne Weberling and Olaf Glöckner (eds.) Handbook of Israel: Major Debates.Oldenbourg: De Gruyter, 2016. Pp. 873-887.

A. Jamal. Beyond Traditional Sovereignty Theory in Conflict Resolution – Lessons from Israel/Palestine. In: Ehrenberg, John and Peled, Yoav (eds.) Israel and Palestine: Alternative Perspectives on Statehood. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield. Pp. 337-364.

A. Jamal. Mechanisms of Governmentality and Constructing Hollow Citizenship: Arab-Palestinians in Israel, in: Nadim Rouhana (ed.) Israel and its Palestinian Citizens: Ethnic Privileges in the Jewish State (2017). Pp. 159-190.

A. Jamal. “Trust, Ethics and Intentionality in Conflict Transformation and Reconciliation”, in Ilai Alon and Daniel Bar-Tal (eds.) The Role of Trust in Conflict Resolution. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2017. Pp. 259-286.