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Volume 49,
Issue 4
Summer 2020
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Sobhi Samour
The situation of West Bank Palestinians working in Israel has highlighted a number of parallels with the conditions of global labor employed in essential sectors during the Covid-19 pandemic. Under capitalism, the compulsion to work, ostensibly to ...
Osama Tanous
This essay explores representations of Palestinian physicians in the Israeli health-care system during the Covid-19 pandemic and the dynamics that have played out in that system during the public health emergency from the perspective of a ...
Danya M. Qato
This introductory essay contextualizes the special collection of papers on the pandemic and seeks to map the terrain of extant public health research on Palestine and the Palestinians. In addition, it is a contribution in Palestine studies to a ...
Weeam Hammoudeh, Samah Jabr et al.
The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare the devastating and disproportionate effects of structures of violence that produce vulnerability in communities of color globally, including with respect to mental health-care provision. While coping and ...

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Journal of Palestine Studies has been the English-language journal of record on Palestinian affairs and the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1971. It provides timely and thought-provoking articles, essays, interviews, book reviews, and special dossiers on political, economic, cultural, and historical topics related to Palestine and the Palestinians. Beginning January 1, 2021, Journal of Palestine Studies will be published by Taylor and Francis.

ISSN: 0377-919X         eISSN: 1533-8614

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Editor: Rashid I. Khalidi 

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