Wednesday, March 3, 2010

the politics of the past in israel/palestine

Another indication of the impossibility of disentangling archaeology and politics:

Riots over Israeli heritage sites

Much of the debate over the politics of the past in Israel and Palestine revolves around the historical and biblical past (e.g. work by Neil Silberman, Rafi Greenberg and our colleague here at Columbia, Nadia Abu el-Haj). Where does prehistoric archaeology lie in all of this?

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