Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 
Book — 1 online resource (viii, 316 pages).
Prologue : the first year of the occupation
part 1. A short history of the occupation regime. The first decade
The second decade
Uprisings, separations, and subjugations
part 2. Ruling the noncitizens. The order of violence
part 3. The Israeli regime. The conceptual scheme
Structural divisions and state projects
Conclusion : toward a new regime.
Since the start of the occupation of Palestinian territories in 1967, Israel's domination of the Palestinians has deprived an entire population of any political status or protection. But even decades on, most people speak of this rule-both in everyday political discussion and in legal and academic debates-as temporary, as a state of affairs incidental and external to the Israeli regime. In The One-State Condition, Ariella Azoulay and Adi Ophir directly challenge this belief. Looking closely at the history and contemporary formation of the ruling apparatus-the technologies an.
Book — 1 online resource (254 pages) : illustrations
Introduction: Constituent Violence 1947-506
1. Military Governmentality
2. Socialization to the State, and the Mechanisms of Subordination
3. Architecture of Destruction, Dispossession and Gaining Ownership
4. Creating a Jewish Political Body and Deporting the Country's Arab Residents
5. Borders, Strategies of Uprooting, and Preventing Return
6. Looting, Monopolizing and Expropriation
7. Observing "Their Catastrophe"
In this carefully curated and beautifully presented photobook, Ariella Azoulay offers a new perspective on four crucial years in the history of Palestine/Israel. The book reconstructs the processes by which the Palestinian majority in Mandatory Palestine became a minority in Israel, while the Jewish minority established a new political entity in which it became a majority ruling a minority Palestinian population. By reading over 200 photographs from that period, most of which were previously confined to Israeli state archives, Azoulay recounts the events and the stories that for years have been ignored or only partially acknowledged in Israel and the West. Including substantial analytical text, this book will give activists, scholars and journalists a new perspective on the origins of the Palestine-Israel conflict. (source: Nielsen Book Data)