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by Rosemary Sayigh

Author: Rosemary Sayigh
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Zed Books; 2nd edition (January 15, 2008)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Other
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Palestinians from Peasants to emary Sayighwith forward by Noam Chomsky. Palestine, Arab Israeli conflict, Israeli occupation.

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The Palestinians: From Peasants to Revolutionaries. The Palestinians - Rosemary Sayigh. by Rosemary Sayigh and Noam Chomsky. Reissued with an extensive new foreword by Noam Chomsky, which brings the story that Sayigh tells up-to-date in the context of the Hamas victory and the war in Lebanon, this book is both a fascinating historical document and an essential insight into the situation in the contemporary Middle East.

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An oral history of the Palestinian people

An oral history of the Palestinian people. Rosemary Sayigh allows the countless ordinary Palestinians she interviewed to tell us their own history: life before Zionism; the war of 1948; and life in exile in the refugee camps of Lebanon and elsewhere. Start reading The Palestinians: From Peasants to Revolutionaries on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

Rosemary Sayigh (born 1935 in Birmingham, United Kingdom) is a British-born journalist and scholar of Middle Eastern history. Sayigh is known for her works on the Palestinian people, particularly refugees from the Nakba who fled to Lebanon

Rosemary Sayigh (born 1935 in Birmingham, United Kingdom) is a British-born journalist and scholar of Middle Eastern history. Sayigh is known for her works on the Palestinian people, particularly refugees from the Nakba who fled to Lebanon. Her son is fellow scholar Yezid Sayigh, after marrying Yusef Sayigh in 1953. She earned her MA from the American University of Beirut in 1970 and her PhD from University of Hull in 1994.

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Palestinians: From Peasants to Revolutionaries. Palestinians: From Peasants to Revolutionaries. The story of the Arab Palestinians told as "popular history" and drawing heavily on the experience in Lebanon and on the recollections of individuals now in the refugee camps in that country.

Rosemary Sayigh's The Palestinians is a classic of radical history She is also the author of Too Many Enemies: The Palestinian Experience in Lebanon (Zed Books, 1994).

Rosemary Sayigh's The Palestinians is a classic of radical history. Through extensive interviews with Palestinians in refugee camps, she provides a deeply-moving, grassroots story of how the Palestinians came to be who they are today. In their own voices, Palestinians tell stories of the Nabka and their flight from their homeland. She is also the author of Too Many Enemies: The Palestinian Experience in Lebanon (Zed Books, 1994).

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As the Israel-Palestine conflict rages on, it isincreasingly importantto understand the history of the Palestinian people. Rosemary Sayigh's The Palestinians is a classic of radical history.Through extensive interviews with Palestinians in refugee camps, she provides a deeply-moving, grassroots story of how the Palestinians came to be who they are today.Reissued with an extensive new foreword by Noam Chomsky, which brings the story that Sayigh tells up-to-date in the context of the Hamas victory and the war in Lebanon, this book is both a fascinating historical document and an essential insight into the situation in the contemporary Middle East.