About the Journal
Palestine/Israel Review is an open access journal that provides a platform for exchanging knowledge, scholarship, and ideas among scholars who share the relational, integrative, and wholistic approach to the study of Palestine/Israel. The journal publishes studies in the humanities and the social sciences that emphasize the social, cultural, economic, and political dynamics between the Arab and Jewish communities in Palestine/Israel from the nineteenth century until the present. The journal will cover these dynamics in Palestine/Israel (from Ottoman times to the present). Topics of interest will include related processes in the region (for example, among Palestinian refugees in neighboring countries), as well as relevant developments overseas (for example, the place of Jewish communities abroad in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict).
Palestine/Israel Review is made available Open Access with generous support from the Department of History at Penn State University.