Writing Palestine 1933-1950: Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon

Writing Palestine 1933-1950: Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon

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Overview

From her immigration to Mandatory Palestine in 1933 until her death in 1950 American-born Dorothy Kahn Bar-Adon worked as a reporter for The Palestine Post (later The Jerusalem Post), while freelancing for periodicals in Palestine and abroad. Bar-Adon covered life in towns, kibbutzim and Arab communities of Mandatory Palestine during this period of World War, armed conflict between Arabs and Jews, immigration to Israel of Holocaust survivors. Close to 60 years after her death, this edited collection of Bar-Adon’s writing offers a vivid view both of daily life in the Jewish and Arab communities of pre-State Israel, and of the burning issues of the day.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781618114952
Publisher: Academic Studies Press
Publication date: 07/31/2016
Series: Gender Studies in Judaism Series
Pages: 290
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x (d)

About the Author

Esther Carmel-Hakim is a lecturer at the University of Haifa. She is a researcher on women and women's organizations in the Zionist movement and in Israel; Carmel-Hakim has initiated internet sites and movies on women and regularly delivers public lectures on women trailblazers.

Nancy Rosenfeld teaches in the English Studies Unit and in the Humanities Enrichment Program of the Max Stern College of Emek Yizreel (Jezreel Valley), Israel. She is the author of The Human Satan in Seventeenth Century English Literature: From Milton to Rochester (Ashgate, 2008), and has published articles on John Milton, John Bunyan, John Wilmot, second earl of Rochester, John Keats, Robert Graves and Siegfried Sassoon.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Editors' Preface

Foreword By Linda Steiner

Chapter 1: Biography of Dorothy Kahn Bar Adon

Chapter 2: Zionism and immigration to Palestine

Chapter 3: The German Jews Conquer Tel Aviv

Chapter 4: “Our cousins” – on the Arab Population of Mandatory Palestine

Chapter 5: Jerusalem: A City Not Yet Divided

Chapter 6: World War II – The Palestine Home Front

Chapter 7: The Collective Village

Chapter 8: Youth Aliya

Afterword

Suggested Reading

Glossary

Index

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