Refereed Books & Monographs

  1. Amal Jamal State Formation and Media Regime in Palestine. Tel Aviv: Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Studies. 2003. (pp. 156). (English)
  2. Amal. Jamal Media Politics and State Building in Palestine Sussex: Sussex Academic Press. 2005. (pp. 207). (English)
  3. Amal Jamal The Palestinian National Movement and the Politics of Contention, 1967-2005. Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2005. (pp. 229). (English)
  4. Amal Jamal Arab Public Sphere in Israel: Media Space and Cultural Resistance Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009. (pp. 230). (English)
  5. Amal Jamal Arab Minority Nationalism in Israel: The Politics of Indigeneity. Routledge, 2011. (pp. 320) (English)
  6. Amal Jamal (Co-Edited with Ephraim Lavi) The Nakba in the Israeli National Memory. Tami Steinmetz Center and Walter Lebach Institute, 2015. (pp. 251) (Hebrew)
  7. Amal Jamal Arab Civil Society in Israel: New Elites, Social Capital and Challenging Power Structures. Hakibbutz Hameuchad 2017. (pp. 311) (Hebrew)
  8. Amal Jamal (ed.) The Conflict –Sociological, Historical and Geopolitical Aspects. Tel Aviv University (pp. 145) Hebrew
  9. Amal Jamal (ed.) The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion in Israeli-Palestinian Relations. Walter Lebach Institute, Tel Aviv University, 2020. (pp. 193) (Hebrew)


Accepted for Publication – Book Manuscript:

  1. Amal Jamal Reconstructing the Civic: Palestinian Civil Activism in Israel (Forthcoming April 2020 – SUNY Press).


Other Books and Monographs

  1. Amal Jamal Israeli Media: Between Structural Pluralism and the Hegemony of the National Discourse. Ramallah: Madar Press. 2005. (pp. 347). (Arabic)
  2. Amal Jamal Deliberations on Collective Rights and the National State Haifa: Mada Al-Carmel Press. 2005. (pp. 220). (Arabic)
  3. Amal Jamal Citizenship Lexicon for Arab Schools in Israel Jerusalem: Gilo Center for Civic Education and Democracy, 2005. (pp. 123) (Arabic)
  4. Amal Jamal The Culture of Media Consumption Among National Minorities: The Arab Society in Israel. Nazareth: I’lam, 2006. (pp. 201) (English)
  5. Amal Jamal The Representation of Arab Leadership in Arab Commercial Newspapers. Nazareth: I’lam, 2006. (pp. 124) (Hebrew)
  6. Amal Jamal Women Image in the News of Arab Commercial Newspapers. Nazareth: I’lam, 2006. (pp.80) (Hebrew)
  7. Amal 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).
  8. Amal Jamal The Dialectics of Memory and Forgetfulness: Israeli Independence and Palestinian Nakba. Tel Aviv: Walter Lebach Institute for Jewish-Arab Relations, 2010. (pp. 97) (Hebrew)
  9. Amal Jamal Manufacturing Quiet Arabs: The Role of Mizrahi Jews in Governmental Newspapers in Arabic. Nazareth: I’lam, 2010. (Arabic)
  10. Kholod Massalha and Amal Jamal, Arab Reporters Needed for the Hebrew Press. Nazareth: I’lam, 2010. (Hebrew)
  11. Amal Jamal and Samah Bsoul, Still Subjugated: Representations of Women in Arab National Newspapers. Nazareth: I’lam Center, 2011 (Hebrew).
  12. Amal Jamal and Rana Awaisi, The Challenges to Journalistic Professionalism: Between Independence and Difficult Work Conditions. Nazareth: I’lam Center, 2011. (English and Arabic).
  13. 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).
  14. Amal Jamal and Kholod Masalha, The Discourse of Human Rights in the Israeli Media. Nazareth: I’lam Center, 2012 (English, Hebrew and Arabic).
  15. 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).
  16. 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. (Arabic)
  17. Amal Jamal and Samah Bsoul, The Palestinian Nakba in the Israeli Public Sphere: Formations of Denial and Responsibility. Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies. 2017 (pp. 163) (Arabic)
  18. Amal Jamal An Alternative View on Strategic Processes and Developments in Israel. Nazareth: I’lam – Arab Center for Media Freedom Development and Research. 2020 (pp. 152) (Hebrew)
  19. Amal Jamal Constructive Strategic Insights: The Capabilities and Possibilities of Palestinian Society in Israel. Nazareth: I’lam – Arab Center for Media Freedom Development and Research. 2020 (pp. 172) (Arabic)

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Amal Jamal     The Palestinians in the Israeli Peace Discourse: A Conditional Partnership  Journal of Palestine Studies  vol. XXX, no. 1, 2000.  (pp. 36-51)
  2. Amal Jamal     State-Formation, Media and the Prospects of Democracy in Palestine Media Culture and Society vol. 22, no. 2, 2000. (pp. 497-505)
  3. Amal Jamal     The Palestinian Media: An Obedient Servant or a Vanguard of Democracy Journal of Palestine Studies vol. xxix, no. 2, 2000. (pp. 45-59)
  4. Amal Jamal     Politics and Government in Israel: Ethnic Democracy Model and the Critique of Reality Israeli Sociology  vol.2, no. 2, 2000. (pp. 631-645) (Hebrew)
  5. Amal Jamal     Conflict Transformation, Reconciliation and the Imperative of Mutual Recognition  Israeli Sociology Vol. 3, no. 2, 2001. (pp. 313-341) (Hebrew)
  6. Amal Jamal     State-Building, Institutionalization and Democracy: The Palestinian Experience Mediterranean Politics Vol. 6, No. 3, 2001. (pp. 1-30).
  7. Amal 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).
  8. Amal Jamal     Engendering State Building: The Women’s Movement and Gender Regime in Palestine Middle East Journal, vol. 55, no. 2, 2001. (pp. 256-276).
  9. Amal 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)
  10. Amal 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)
  11. Amal 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)
  12. Amal Jamal    Feminist Media Discourse in Palestinian and the Predicaments of Politics Feminist Media Studies vol. 4, no. 2, (2004). (pp. 131-148)
  13. Amal 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)
  14. Amal 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)
  15. Amal Jamal Arab Leadership in Israel: Ascendance and Fragmentation. Journal of Palestine Studies. Vol. Xxxv, no. 2 (Winter 2006) (pp. 1-17)
  16. Amal 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.
  17. Amal Jamal Strategies of Minority Struggle for Equality in Ethnic States: Arab Politics in Israel. Citizenship Studies, vol. 11, no. 3, 2007. (pp. 263-282).
  18. Amal Jamal Nationalizing States and the Constitution of ‘Hollow Citizenship’: Israel and its Palestinian Citizens. Ethnopolitics, vol. 6, no. 4 (November 2007), pp. 471-493.
  19. Amal Jamal The Counter-Hegemonic Role of Civil Society: Palestinian-Arab NGOs in Israel. Citizenship Studies, vol. 12, no. 3, 2008. (pp. 283-306).
  20. Amal Jamal Future Visions and Current Dilemmas: On the Political Ethos of Palestinian Citizens of Israel. Israel Studies Forum vol. 23, no. 2, Winter 2008. (pp. 3-28).
  21. Amal Jamal  Media Culture as Counter-Hegemonic Strategy: The Communicative Action of the Arab Minority in Israel. Media Culture and Society vol. 31, no. 4, 2007. (pp. 559-577).
  22. 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.
  23. Amal Jamal Contradictions of State-Minority Relations in Israel: The Search for Clarification. Constellations, vol. 16, no. 3 (September 2009), pp. 493-508.
  24. Amal Jamal Democratizing State-Religion Relations: Comparative Study of Turkey, Egypt and Israel, Democratization, 16(6) (2009): 1143-1171.
  25. Amal Jamal, Le sionisme et ses tragiques contradictions, Cite Journal, 47-48 (2011): 87-117.
  26. Amal 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.
  27. Amal Jamal, Shared Sovereignty as Default Solution: National Conflicts and Differential Solutions, Journal of Public Sphere, 6 (Summer 2012), 42-74.
  28. Amal Jamal, Manufacturing “Quiet Arabs” in Israel: Ethnicity, Media Frames and Soft Power, Government and Opposition. (2012): 1-20.
  29. Amal Jamal Conflicting Temporalities and Transformative Temporariness in Israel/PalestineConstellations vol. 23, no. 3 (2016): 365-377.
  30. Amal Jamal Constitutionalizing Sophisticated Racism: Israel’s Proposed Nationality Law, Journal of Palestine Studies, 45, no. 2 (2016), pp. 40-51.
  31. Amal 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. 
  32. Amal Jamal “Double Consciousness and Suspended Revolt: On the Political Dilemmas of Palestinian Citizens of Israel in Light of the Arab Spring”, Public Sphere Journal, 18, 99-118. [Hebrew] 
  33. Amal Jamal “In the Shadow of the 1967 War: Israel and the Palestinians”, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 44(4): 529-544. 
  34. Amal 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.
  35. Amal Jamal “1967 Bypassing 1948: A Critique of Critical Israeli Studies of Occupation”, in: Critical Inquiry Journal, 44 (Fall 2017): 370-378. 
  36. Amal Jamal (with Lavi Noa) “Constructing Ethno-National Differentiation on the Set of the Television Series, Fauda” Ethnicities, (2019) 19(6): 1038-1061.
  37. Amal  Jamal “The Creative Imagination of Juxtaposing National Traumas: The Holocaust and the Nakba”, Journal of Genocide Research, DOI: 10.1080/14623528.2019.1670390.
  38. Amal Jamal “Israel’s New Constitutional Imagination: The Nation State Law and Beyond”, Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies. (2019) 18(2): 193-220.   
  39. Amal  Jamal “Ontological Counter-Securitization in Asymmetric Power Relations: Lessons from Israel”, International Studies Review (Published online 2019) 
  40. Yoav Kapshuk and Amal Jamal, The Salience of Symbolic and Material Elements of Transitional Justice in Peace Processes. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology.
  41. Amal Jamal and Anna Kensicki, “Theorizing Half-Statelessness: A Case Study of the Nation-State Law in Israel”, Citizenship Studies.
  42. Amal Jamal and Noa Lavi “Resisting Subalternity: Palestinian Mimicry and Passing in the Israeli Cultural Industries”, Media Culture & Society
  43. Amal Jamal and Lavi Noa “Subaltern Agency in the Cultural Industries: Palestinian Creative Labor in the Israeli Series Fauda. International Journal of Communication.

Revise and Resubmit

  1. Michal Hatuel and Amal Jamal, Exploring the Initialization and Sustaining of State Stigmatization.International Relations
  2. Noa Gani and Amal Jamal, “The Missing Link in Arendt’s Conceptualization of Citizenship: Half-Statelessness and National Minorities”. Mediterranean Politics.

Under Review

  1. Amal Jamal and Noa Lavi “Dilemmas of National and Professional Self-Categorization in the Cultural Industries: Palestinian Women Filmmakers in Israel”. Ethnic and Racial Studies
  2. Noa Lavi and Amal Jamal, “Palestinian Actors and Actresses react to rationalization and racialization processes in the Israeli TV market”, being prepared for European Journal of Communication.
  3. Amal Jamal “The Sociology and Politics of Leadership and Representation in Palestinian Society in Israel”, Journal of Palestine Studies.

Chapters in Refereed Books

  1. Amal 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).
  2. Amal 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).                   
  3. Amal 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).
  4. Amal 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)
  5. Amal 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).
  6. Amal 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).
  7. Amal 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)
  8. Amal 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)
  9. Amal 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)
  10. Amal 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)
  11. Amal 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).
  12. Amal 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)
  13. Amal Jamal Future Visions and Current Dilemmas: On the Political Ethos of the Palestinians Citizens of Israel. Sarah Osatzki-Lazar and Mustafa Kabha (eds.) Between Vision and Reality: The Vision Papers of the Arabs in Israel 2006- 2007 (Jerusalem: Citizens’ Accord Forum, 2008), pp. 13-35.
  14. Amal 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.
  15. Amal 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-
  16. Amal 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.
  17. Amal 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).
  18. Amal 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.
  19.  Amal 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.
  20. Amal 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.
  21. Amal 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.
  22. Amal 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.
  23. Amal 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. 159-1990.
  24. Amal 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.
  25.  Amal Jamal “Is the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Resolvable?: Ethical Transformative Recognition and Conflict Resolution,” in: Paula Raymon and Yoram Meital (eds.) Recognition as Key for Reconciliation: Israel, Palestine, and Beyond. Brill, 2017.
  26. Amal Jamal “Forming Elites and New Political Thought Among Palestinians in Israel”, in: Aziz Haidar, Political Aspects of the Lives of Arab Citizens of Israel (Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute and Hakibuts Hamiuchad). (2018): 19-51.
  27. Amal Jamal “Can There be a Resolution of the Conflict if Palestinian Citizens of Israel are  not Involved?”, in: Jamie Weiner-Stein (ed.), Moment of Truth – Tackling Israel-Palestine’s Toughest Questions, New York: Or Books (2018): 285-293.
  28.  Amal Jamal  “The Hegemony of Neo-Zionism and the Nationalizing State in Israel – The Meaning and Implications of the Nation-State Law”, in Simon Rabinovitch, ed. Defining Israel: The Jewish State Democracy and the Law, Hebrew Union College Press, 2018, pp. 159-182.
  29. Amal Jamal “The Dialectics of Physical and Ontological Securitization: Israel and its Palestinian Citizens”, in: Stuart Cohen and Aharon Klieman eds. Routledge Handbook on Israeli Security. 2018, Pp.
  30. Amal Jamal “The Search for Survival and Moral Disengagement in the Behavior of Small Groups – The Druze in Israel as Example”, Yusri Khizran (ed.). The Druze in Israel. Haifa: Mada Al-Carmel, 14-66.
  31. Amal Jamal “Emerging Elites and New Political Ideas Amongst Palestinians in Israel,” in: Joel Peters and Rob Geist Pinfold (eds.) Understanding Israel: Political, Societal and Security Challenges. London: Routledge, 2019. Pp. 149-166.    


Accepted for Publication in Edited Volumes

  1. Amal Jamal  “Conceptualizing Palestinian Politics in Israel in the Shadow of the Arab Spring” in: Reuven Y. Hazan, Alan Dowty, Menachem Hofnung and Gideon Rahat eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Israeli Politics and Society, (Forthcoming April 2020)
  2. Amal Jamal “Conditional Representation and Leadership in Palestinian Society in Israel” in: Ben-Porat, Guy; Filc, Dani, Feniger, Yariv; Kabalo, Paula and Mirsky, Julia (eds.) Handbook on Contemporary Israel, (Forthcoming by Routledge, 2020)


Other Publications


Articles in Non-Refereed Journals and Books:


  1. Amal 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)
  2. Amal Jamal Arab Leadership in Crisis Sada A-Tarbiya vol. 49, Summer 2001. (Pp. 27-32). (Arabic)
  3. Amal Jamal On the Politics of Conditional Recognition: Palestinians in the Israeli Peace Discourse Al-Aswar no. 23, 2001. (Pp. 74-120). (Arabic)
  4. Amal Jamal On Liberal Zionism: A Critical Appraisal Israeli Issues vol. 11-12, 2003. (pp. 43-72). (Arabic)
  5. Amal Jamal Thoughts on the Dilemma of Under-Representation and In-Affectivity Eretz Acheret, 2003. (pp. 20-24). (Hebrew)
  6. Amal Jamal The Media and Identity Formation. Nationality and Citizenship in the Media, I’LAM – Media Center for Arab Palestinians in Israel, July 2003. (pp. 6-10). (English & Arabic)
  7. Amal Jamal Initial Contemplations on the Sociology and Perception of Arab Leadership in Israel Mitzad Shini, no. 6-7, 2004. (pp.4-9). (Hebrew)
  8. Amal 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).
  9. Amal Jamal On the Morality of Arab Collective Rights in Israel Adalah’s Electronic Newsletter. No. 12 (April 2005).
  10. Amal Jamal Colonialism with Intention and Moral Responsibility Mada Akhar, vol. 1, no. 1 (September 2005) (pp. 152-168). (Arabic)
  11. Amal Jamal Education for Peace and Multiculturalism in Conflictual Societies. Interdisciplinary Thought in Humanistic Education vol. 2 (May 2007), (pp. 11-16) (Hebrew).
  12. Amal Jamal A Cry in the Political Darkness Eretz Acheret (June 2007), pp. 24-28. (Hebrew)
  13. Amal Jamal The Israeli Political Scene-2007, Strategic Report (May 2008), 61-90. (Arabic)
  14. Amal Jamal  The Struggle for Time and the Power of Temporariness: Jews and Arabs in the Labyrinth of History,  Tal Ben Zvi and Hanna Farah (eds.) Men in the Sun (Herzliya: Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, 2009), (pp. 8-23)
  15. Amal Jamal  Place, Home and Being: The Dialectics of the Real and the Imagined in the Conception of Palestinian Domesticity, In: Arieala Azoulay, HomelessHome, (Jerusalem: Museum on the Seam, 2009).
  16. Amal Jamal, Israeli Security Policy -2009, Strategic Report (Ramallah: Madar, 2010).
  17. Amal Jamal, Ethno-Republicanism, Colonial Expansinism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Israel Issues, No. 39-40 (2010): 55-75.18.A. Jamal, Israeli Foreign Policy – 2010, Strategic Report (Ramallah: Madar, 2011): 78-108.
  18. Amal Jamal, Israeli Foreign Policy – 2010, Strategic Report (Ramallah: Madar, 2011): 78-108.
  19. Amal Jamal. Israeli Foreign Policy -2011, Strategic Report (Ramallah: Madar, 2012).
  20. Amal Jamal, On the Shadow of the Political: On Opposition as Alternative to Order, in Nitzan Lebowitz (Electronic Publication)
  21. Amal Jamal The Israeli Elections: The Alternation of Personalities and the Fixation of Policies. 
  22.  Amal Jamal, Twenty Years after the Oslo Accord: A Perspective on the Need for Mutual Ethical Recognition. Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung December 2013. 
  23. Amal Jamal, The Liquidity of Arab Political Discourse in Israel in Light of the Arab Spring. Eretz Acheret. 
  24. Amal Jamal Despotic Majoritarianism and Deliberative Citizenship. Kadir Has University and the Van Leer Institute. PP. 80-84.
  25. Amal Jamal “The Rise of ‘Bad Civil Society’ in Israel: Nationalist Civil Society Organizations and the Politics of Delegitimation”, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik. Berlin.
  26. Amal Jamal Establishing the Ethical Basis for Ethno-Theological Sovereignty in Israel, Palestine-Israel Journal, 23(4):
  27. Amal Jamal Transformations in the Representation of Palestinian Society in Israel since the Nakba until Today. Journal of Palestine Studies. 122. May 2020. [Arabic]

Book Reviews 

  1. Joel Migdal, Through the Lens of Israel. In: Middle East Journal, vol. 56, no. 1 (2002), pp. 159-161.
  2. As’ad Ghanem, The Palestinian-Arab Minority in Israel, 1948-2000. In: Middle East Journal 56, no. 2 (2002), pp. 340-342.
  3. Gershon Shafir and Yoav Peled, Being Israeli: The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship, Israeli Sociology, (2005).
  4. Yona Yossi and Yehouda Shenhav, What is Multiculturalism, Jama’a Journal, vol. 17 (2008).
  5. Dan Caspi and Mustafa Kabha, The Palestinian Arab In/Outsiders: Media and Conflict in Israel, Media Frames, 8 (Spring 2012), 127-126.
  6. Tamir Sorek, Cautious Commemoration: Palestinian Calendars and Martyrs in Israel, Stanford University Press.
  7. Mary Totri, The Palestinian Media and Nation Building. Resling Press.
  8. Yifat Gutman The Role of Memory Activism in Reconciliation Processes in Comparative Perspective. Tami Steinmetz Center.

In Process

 Articles for Journals

  1. Amal Jamal, Hannah Arendt’s Perception of Truth and Politics in the Post-Truth Populist Age.
  2. Amal Jamal, Bad Civil Society and the Dwindling Freedom of Expression in Israel.
  3. Amal Jamal and Noa Lavi, “Gender, Everyday Resistance and Survival in the Cultural Industries: Palestinian Creative Workers in Israel”.
  4. Amal Jamal and Noa Lavi, “’Hanging the Laundry Outside’ – Palestinian Women Filmmakers in Israel”.
  5. Amal Jamal, “Funding Policies and Palestinian Creative Labor in Israel”.
  6. Amal Jamal, “Cultural Activism and Counter Hegemonic Resistance: Palestinian Civil Society in Israel”.
  7. Amal Jamal and Noa Lavi, “Breaking the Patriarchal Silence: Palestinian Women Filmmakers in Israel”.    

Book Length Manuscripts:

  1. Amal Jamal The Temporal Turn in Palestinian Consciousness. (English)