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Normalizing Occupation: The Politics of Everyday Life in the West Bank Settlements

Indiana University Press

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ISBN 10: 0253024889 / ISBN 13: 9780253024886
Published by Indiana University Press, 2017
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Title: Normalizing Occupation: The Politics of ...

Publisher: Indiana University Press

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Paperback

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Much controversy surrounds Israel's settlement project in the occupied West Bank, and the extremist national and religious agendas at play there have come to define these territories in the minds of most scholars and political commentators. This deeply entrenched framework, however, fails to account for the prevailing pattern of settlement development and the steady growth of the settler population. In contrast to the common emphasis of religious ideology and messianic faith, this collection of essays considers an array of conventionally downplayed historical and structural factors that place the origins and everyday reality of the settlements into a wider perspective, recounting their proliferation as a process of 'normalization' - i.e. their ongoing incorporation into Israel's social, economic and legal fabric. The collected works consider the transformation of the landscape, the patterns of relationships between the region's residents, Palestinian and Jewish alike, and the lasting effects of Israel's settlement policy. They stress, in particular, how factors such as urban and regional planning, rising inequality and the retreat of the welfare state within Israel proper, and the changing political economy of industry and employment in the region, have all played a crucial, yet underappreciated role in determining the ongoing expansion and resilience of Israel's settlement project. In doing so, the collection provides new insights into the integration and segregation processes that are an integral part of the broader historical trends shaping Israel/Palestine.

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Marco Allegra is research fellow at the Instituto de Ciencias Sociais of the University of Lisbon. His publications include Palestinesi. Storia e identita di un popolo [The Palestinian People: A History] (2010) and the edited collection Conflict in the City: Contested Urban Spaces and Local Democracy (with Enrico Gualini and Joao Mourato, 2015). 
Ariel Handel is the director of the Lexicon for Political Theory and co-director of the Minerva Humanities Center at Tel Aviv University. He is the editor-in-chief of The Political Lexicon of the Social Protest (in Hebrew; co-edited, 2012). 
Erez Maggor is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology at New York University and an Israel Institute Doctoral Fellow. His research on the Israeli Settlements has appeared in Israeli Sociology and Theory and Criticism.

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