Books

Refereed Books & Monographs

A. Jamal.  State Formation and Media Regime in Palestine. Tel Aviv: Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Studies. 2003. (pp. 156). (English)

A. Jamal. Media Politics and State Building in Palestine Sussex: Sussex Academic Press. 2005. (pp. 207). (English)

A. Jamal. The Palestinian National Movement and the Politics of Contention, 1967-2005. Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2005. (pp. 229). (English)

A. Jamal. Arab Public Sphere in Israel: Media Space and Cultural Resistance. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009. (pp. 230). (English)

A. Jamal. Arab Minority Nationalism in Israel: The Politics of Indigeneity. Routledge, 2011. (pp. 320) (English)

A. Jamal. (Co-Edited with Ephraim Lavi) The Nakba in the Israeli National Memory. Tami Steinmetz Center and Walter Lebach Institute, 2015. (pp. 251) (Hebrew).

A. Jamal. Arab Civil Society in Israel: New Elites, Social Capital and Challenging Power Structures.  Hakibbutz Hameuchad 2017. (pp. 311) (Hebrew).

 

Under Review – Book Manuscript

A. Jamal. Arab Civil Activism in Israel: New Elites and the Politics of Counter-Hegemony.  (SUNY Press).

 

Other Books and Monographs:

A. Jamal. Israeli Media: Between Structural Pluralism and the Hegemony of the National Discourse. Ramallah: Madar Press. 2005. (pp. 347). (Arabic)

A. Jamal. Deliberations on Collective Rights and the National State. Haifa: Mada Al-Carmel Press. 2005. (pp. 220). (Arabic)

A. Jamal. Citizenship Lexicon for Arab Schools in Israel.  Jerusalem: Gilo Center for Civic Education and Democracy, 2005. (pp. 123) (Arabic)

A. Jamal. The Culture of Media Consumption Among National Minorities: The Arab Society in Israel. Nazareth: I’lam, 2006. (pp. 201) (English)

A. Jamal. The Representation of Arab Leadership in Arab Commercial Newspapers. Nazareth: I’lam, 2006. (pp. 124) (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. Women Image in the News of Arab Commercial Newspapers. Nazareth: I’lam, 2006. (pp.80) (Hebrew)

A. Jamal. Multiculturalism and the Challenges of Differential Citizenship in Israel. Tel Aviv: Walter Lebach Institute for Jewish-Arab Relations, 2007. (pp. 76) (Hebrew and Arabic).

A. Jamal. The Dialectics of Memory and Forgetfulness: Israeli Independence and Palestinian Nakba. Tel Aviv: Walter Lebach Institute for Jewish-Arab Relations, 2010. (pp. 90) (Hebrew).

A. Jamal.  Manufacturing Quiet Arabs: The Role of Mizrahi Jews in Governmental Newspapers in Arabic. Nazareth: I’lam, 2010. (Arabic)

M. Kholod, and A. Jamal. Arab Reporters Needed for the Hebrew Press. Nazareth: I’lam, 2010. (Hebrew)

Amal Jamal and Samah Bsoul. Still Subjugated: Representations of Women in Arab National Newspapers. Nazareth: I’lam Center, 2011 (Hebrew)

Amal Jamal and Rana Awaisi. The Challenges to Journalistic Professionalism: Between Independence and Difficult Work Conditions. Nazareth: I’lam Center, 2011. (English and Arabic)

Amal Jamal. and Samah Bsoul. The Marginality of Human Rights in the Local Arab Press in Israel. Nazareth: I’lam Center, 2012 (English and Arabic)

Amal Jamal and Kholod Masalha. The Discourse of Human Rights in the Israeli Media. Nazareth: I’lam Center, 2012 (English, Hebrew and Arabic)

Amal Jamal and Samah Bsoul. The Palestinian Nakba in the Israeli Public Sphere: Formations of Denial and Responsibility. Nazareth: I’lam Media Center, 2014 (Hebrew)

Amal Jamal. Zionist Thought in the Labyrinth of Renewal and Regeneration: The Dialectics of Internal Contradictions and their Practical Implications. Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies

Amal Jamal and Samah Bsoul. The Palestinian Nakba in the Israeli Public Sphere: Formations of Denial and Responsibility. Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies.