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2009

Issue 40

JQ 40 (Winter 2009)

The Editorial

History from the Margins

Features

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Archeology and Mission: The British Presence in Nineteenth-Century Jerusalem
Laura C. Robson
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The Young Turk Revolution: Its Impact on Religious Politics of Jerusalem (1908-1912)
Bedross Der Matossian
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Antonio de la Cierva y Lewita: the Spanish Consul in Jerusalem 1914 - 1920
Roberto Mazza
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The Image of “Black and Tans” in late Mandate Palestine
Richard Cahill
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Indian Muslims and Palestinian Awqaf
Omar Khalidi
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Destination: Jerusalem Servees - Interview with Emily Jacir
Adila Laïdi-Hanieh
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Book Reviews

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Wanderer with a Cause: Review of Raja Shehadeh’s Palestinian Walks
Stephen Bennett
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