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Department of Anthropology
5 The Green
304 Eaton Hall
Medford, MA 02155
(On leave, Spring 2018)
Scholarship & Research
2013 Back Stories: U.S. News Production and Palestinian Politics. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Journal Articles & Book Chapters
2015 "Driving While Palestinian in Israel and the West Bank: The Politics of Disorientation and the Routes of a Subaltern Knowledge." American Ethnologist 42(1):33-54.
2015 "From Dust to Concrete: Infrastructural Change, Political Intractability, and the Colonial Road Movie." American Anthropologist 117(2): 398-401.
2012 "Circulating the Stances of Liberation Politics: The Photojournalism of the Anti-Wall Protests." In Sensible Politics: The Visual Culture of Nongovernmental Activism. Meg McLagan and Yates McKee, eds. New York and Cambridge: Zone Books, MIT Press. Pp. 139-148.
2010 "Weapons, Passports, and News: Palestinian Perceptions of U.S. Power as a Mediator of War." In Anthropology and Global Counterinsurgency. John Kelly, Sean Mitchell, Beatrice Jauregui, and Jeremy Walton, eds. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Pp. 125-136.
2010 "Palestinian Christian Networked Activism: Reifying 'Nonviolence' or Divining Justice?" The Review of Middle East Studies43(2):178-188.
2010 "Introduction" to special journal section, "Culture Concepts in Political Struggle," co-authored with Jessica Winegar. Review of Middle East Studies43(2):164-167.
2010 "New Media and Political Change in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Assembling Media Worlds and Cultivating Networks of Care." The Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication3:63-81.
2009 "Covering the Barrier in Bethlehem: The Production of Sympathy and the Reproduction of Difference." In The Anthropology of News and Journalism: Global Perspectives. Elizabeth Bird, ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Pp. 54-69.
2008 "Watching U.S. Television from the Palestinian Street: The Media, the State, and Representational Interventions." Cultural Anthropology 23(3):488-530.
2015 "Across Infrastructures of Restriction: Bringing Palestinian Photography from a Refugee Camp to an American University." Multimedia article for the website of Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
2015 "Wearing Catastrophe on Our Chests." May 19, Jadaliyya.
2014 "Watching the Occupation at a Close Distance." Stanford University Press Blog, July 31, 2014.
2014 "Three Updates on Palestinian Political Prisoners." Middle East Report and Information Project (MERIP) Blog, April 7.
2013 "Everyday Brutality: The Israeli Army Beats and Arrests an Injured Journalist in Bethlehem." Jadaliyya. July 9, 2013.
2013 "Covering the Christians of the Holy Land." Middle East Report, No. 267.
2013 "A Camera's View Finder Confronts a Gun Sight." Jadaliyya. April 16.
2013 "Permission to Caption." Jadaliyya. February 4.
2012 "Do Photographs Pose an Existential Threat to Israel?" Jadaliyya. December 4.
2012 "Journalists' Lives are On the Line in Gaza and Beyond." Cognocsenti,WBUR blog. November 30.
2012 "New Texts Out Now: Amahl Bishara, Back Stories: U.S. News Production and Palestinian Politics." Jadaliyya. December 19.
2010 Degrees of Incarceration. (Documentary, 59 minutes.)
2002 Across Oceans, Among Colleagues. (Documentary, 32 minutes). New York: Films Media Group.
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