Chapters in Books

De Vries, David. “‘The Bastard is Rendered Kosher’: Diamonds, War and Legitimization of Private Capital in Mandate Palestine.” In: Chazan Meir and Uri Cohen (Eds.), Culture, Memory and History: Essays in Honor of Anita Shapira (The Zalman Shazar Center and Tel Aviv University, 2012), 585-608. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David and Talia Pfefferman, “Henya Pekelman: The Ordeal of a Female Construction Worker.” In: LeVine, Mark and Gershon Shafir (Eds.), Struggle and Survival in Israel and Palestine (University of California Press, 2012), 125-140.

Abbasi, Mustafa and David De Vries. “Commodities and Power: Edible-oil and Soap in Arab-Jewish Haifa.” In: Yifat Weiss and Mahmoud Yazbak (Eds.), Haifa before and after 1948 – Narratives of a Mixed City (Republic of Letters and the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation, 2011), 111-131.

De Vries, David. “Burnishing the Rough: The Relocation of the Diamond Industry to Mandate Palestine.” In: Frishman, Judith, David J. Wertheim, Ido De Haan and Joel Cahen (Eds.), Borders and Boundaries in and around Dutch Jewish History (Askant and Amsterdam University Press, 2011), 143-153.

De Vries, David. “Cut to Zionism: The Emergence of Diamond Industry in British-Ruled Palestine.” In: Reuveni, Gideon and Sarah Wobick-Segev (Eds.), The Economy in Jewish History: New Perspectives on the Interrelationship between Ethnicity and Economic Life (Berghahn Books, 2011), 202-221.

De Vries, David and Shani Bar-On. “Politicization of Unemployment in British-Ruled Palestine.” In: Reiss, Matthias and Matt Perry (Eds.), Unemployment and Protest: New Perspectives on Two Centuries of Contention (Oxford University Press and the German Historical Institute in London, 2011), 199-219.

De Vries, David. “Why did Palestine Diamond Workers Strike Repeatedly during World War II?” In: Tamar Gozansky (Ed.), ‘Arise, ye Workers from your Slumber’: Life and Collected Works of Eliahu (Alyosha) Gozansky (1914-1948). (Pardes, 2009), 35-42. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David and Talia Pfefferman. “The Making of a Woman-Worker.” In: Pekelman, Henya. The Life of a Woman-Worker in her Homeland, 1935, (Kineret, Zmora-Bitan, Dvir, 2007 Reprinting), 199-217. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “Cross-National Collective Action in Palestine’s Mixed Towns: The 1946 Civil Servants Strike.” In: Monterescu, Daniel and Dan Rabinowitz (Eds.), Mixed Towns, Trapped Communities: Historical Narratives, Spatial Dynamics, Gender Relations and Cultural Encounters in Palestinian-Israeli Towns (Ashgate, 2007), 85-112.

De Vries, David. “Harboring Promise and Resentment: The British Presence in the Ports of Mandate Palestine.” In: Vassallo, Carmel and Michaela D’Angelo (Eds.), Anglo-Saxons in the Mediterranean. Commerce, Politics and Ideas (XVII-XX Centuries) (Malta University Press, 2007), 193-217.

De Vries, David. “The National Construction of a Workers’ Moral Community: Labor’s Informal Justice in Early Mandate Palestine.” In: Harris, Ron, Alexander Kedar, Pnina Lahav and Assaf Likhovski (Eds.), The History of Law in a Multi-Cultural Society: Israel, 1917-1967 (Ashgate, 2002), 37-74.

Vardi, Yoav, David De Vries and Tsipi Gushpantz. “Managerial Deviant Behavior: The Stock Regulation Affair and Illegalism in Israeli Society.” In: Herzog, Hanna (Ed.), Reflection of a Society: In Memory of Yonathan Shapiro (Ramot–Tel Aviv University, 2000), 37-68. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “White Collar and Labor: Clerks and the Histadrut in British-Ruled Palestine.” In: Collette, Christine and Stephen Bird (Eds.), Jews, Labor and the Left, 1918-1948 (Ashgate, 2000), 21-54.

De Vries, David. “The Construction of the Image of Dock Labor.” In: Davies, Sam, Chris Davis, David De Vries, Lex Heerma Van Voss, Ludewij Hesselink, and Klaus Weinhauer (Eds.), Dock Workers: International Explorations in Labor History, 1790-1970 (Ashgate, 2000), 680-708.

D. De Vries, “Nationalism and the Making of Dock Labor in British-Ruled Palestine.” In: Davies, Sam, Chris Davis, David De Vries, Lex Heerma Van Voss, Ludewij Hesselink, and Klaus Weinhauer (Eds.), Dock Workers: International Explorations in Labor History, 1790-1970 (Ashgate, 2000), 231-249.

De Vries, David. “The Politics of Labor Relations in Palestine in the Early British Mandatory Period: an Anatomy of the Rosenfeld Strike, Haifa 1923.” In Ben-Artsi, Yossi (Ed.), Haifa: A Local History (Haifa University Press and Zmora-Bitan, 1998), 181-146. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “The Formation of ‘Workers’ Morality’ in Jewish Palestine: The Histadrut’s Comrades’ Courts in the Urban Sector in the 1920s.” In: Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies (World Union of Jewish Studies, 1994), 227-234. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “The Making of a Jewish Labor Movement in 1920s Haifa.” In: Tenth World Congress of Jewish Studies (World Union of Jewish Studies, 1990), 377-383. [In Hebrew].

De Vries, David. “The Origins of ‘Red Haifa.” In: Naor, Mordechai and Yossi Ben-Artsi (Eds.), The Development of Haifa, 1918-1948 (Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 1989), 79-93. [In Hebrew].