1. Introduction: New Historiographical Orientation in the Research on the Palestine Question Part 1: The History of Palestine Rediscovered 2. Rediscovering Ottoman Palestine: Writing Palestinians into History 3. The Rise of the Sanjak of Jerusalem in the Late Nineteenth Century Part 2: The Origins of Zionism in Palestine Reconsidered 4. The Colonization Perspective in Israeli Sociology 5. Zionism and Colonialism: A Comparative Approach Part 3: The New History of 1948 6. Revisiting the UNGA Partition Resolution 7. Historical Truth, Modern Historiography, and Ethical Obligations: The Challenge of the Tantura Case 8. The Debate about 1948 Part 4: Women's History 9. Minor Marriages and Khiyar Al-Bulugh in Ottoman Palestine: A Note on Women's Strategies in a Patriarchal Society 10. From Salons to the Popular Committees: Palestinian Women, 1919-89 Part 5: The Palestinians in Israel 11. Crime and Legal Control: The Israeli Arab Population during the Military Government Period (1948-66) 12. Palestinian in Israel Under the Israeli 'Ethnocratic' Regime 13. Present Absentees and Indigenous Resistance
Ilan Pappe is a senior lecturer in the Department of Political Science, at the University of Haifa. His publications include Britain and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (1988), The Making of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1947-51 (1994), History of Modern Palestine (2003) and The Modern Middle East (Routledge, 2005).