Palestine israel and the politics of popular culture presents new possibilities for interdisciplinary work that both utilizes and questions the tools of cultural studies and also opens up new spaces for alternative and more heterogeneous narratives dina ramadan arab studies journal. Rebecca l stein and ted swedenburgs volume palestine israel and the politics of popular culture makes an invaluable contribution to the growing field of middle eastern cultural studies refusing essentialist understandings of culture the editors and authors also transcend traditional marxist paradigms the volume insightfully illuminates the often marginalized issue of the politics of . The contributors consider how palestinian and israeli popular culture influences and is influenced by political economic social and historical processes in the region at the same time they follow the circulation of palestinian and israeli cultural commodities and imaginations across borders and checkpoints and within the global marketplace. Palestine israel and the politics of popular culture rebecca l stein and ted swedenburg 2005 duke university press this important volume rethinks the conventional parameters of middle east studies through attention to popular cultural forms producers and communities of consumers the volume has a broad historical scope ranging from the late ottoman period to the second palestinian
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