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Jerusalem Quarterly Issue 82

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The Jerusalem Quarterly (JQ) is the leading journal on the past, present, and future of Jerusalem. It documents the current status of the city and its predicaments. It is also dedicated to new and rigorous lines of inquiry by emerging scholars on Palestinian society and culture. Published since 1998 by the Institute for Palestine Studies through its affiliate, the Institute of Jerusalem Studies, the Jerusalem Quarterly is available online in its entirety at www.palestine-studies.org/en/journals/jq/about.The Jerusalem Quarterly follows a double-blind peer review process for select contributions. Peer reviewed articles are indicated as such in the table of contents.

Product details
Date of Publication
Summer 2020
Publisher
The Institute for Palestine Studies
Number of Pages
188
Licence
All rights reserved.
Language of publication
English
ISBN / DOI
ISSN 2521-974X (online version)
Table of contents
PALESTINE FROM ABOVE SURVEILLANCE, CARTOGRAPHY, CONTROL (Part 2)
 
EDITORIAL .............................................................................................................................................3
The Potter, the Poet, and Storytelling: Palestine from Above IIYazid Anani, Guest Editor
 
“Along the Wings of a Tornado”:The Aerial Aesthetics of Frank Hurley in Palestine ...................10
Andrew Yip and Emma Crott
 
History Turns Space into Place: A French Voyage to the Dead Sea Basin in 1864 ..........................23
Isotta Poggi
 
The Tale of Two Villages: New Perspective on the Historic Palestinian Landscape ........................38
Jeffrey C. Howry
 
Perceiving Palestine: British Visions of the Holy Land ......................................................................50
Michael Talbot, Anne Caldwell, Chloe Emmott
 
Palestine in the Imagination of the Imperial German Self: Gustav Dalman and theBavarian War Archive ......................................................77
Sarah El Bulbeisi
 
Late Ottoman Visions of Palestine: Railroads, Maps, and Aerial Photography ..............................87
Zeynep Çelik and Zeinab Azarbadegan
 
Jerusalem Demography: History, Transitions, and Forecasts .........................................................110
Rassem Khamaisi, translation from Arabic by Yasmin Foqahaa
 
Beyond the Boundaries of “The Land of the Deer”: R. Binyamin between Jewish
and Arab Geographies, and the Critique of the Zionist-Colonial Connection .......................................130
Avi-ram Tzoreff
 
LETTER FROM JERUSALEM ........................................................................................................154
I Witness Silwan: Who is Watching Whom?
Susan Greene
 
BOOK REVIEW ..................................................................................................................................168
Are You Coming With a Bulldozer to Silwan?: Palestinian Guides to Jerusalem and Its Environs
Penny Johnson
 
OBITUARY..........................................................................................................................................174
In Memory of Albert Aghazarian: The Alleys of Jerusalem Will Miss You
Nazmi Jubeh, translation from Arabic by Samira Jabaly