April 15-16, 2016 | Mada’s Second PhD Conference

Mada al-Carmel — The Arab Center for Applied Social Research invites you to attend "Mada's Second PhD Conference" The conference will be held on april 15-16 2016, at the Golden Crown hotel in Nazareth (9:00-19:00). For the program of the conference. For the facebook event (Arabic). Details

April 15-16, 2016 | Mada’s Second PhD Conference

Mada al-Carmel — The Arab Center for Applied Social Research invites you to attend "Mada's Second PhD Conference" The conference will be held on april 15-16 2016, at the Golden Crown hotel in Nazareth (9:00-19:00). For the program of the conference. For the facebook event (Arabic). Details

Settler-colonial citizenship: conceptualizing the relationship between Israel and its Palestinian citizens

This article by Nadim Rouhana and Areej Sabbagh-Khoury, entitled "Settler-colonial citizenship: conceptualizing the relationship between Israel and its Palestinian citizens", has been published in the journal Settler Colonial Studies, electronically in 2014 and in paper in 2015. A slightly modified version of the paper was recently re-published in Arabic in... Details

“The Fusion of Religion and Nationalism in Comparative Perspective: Implications for Conflict Dynamics”

A Forthcoming International Conference at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy: “The Fusion of Religion and Nationalism in Comparative Perspective: Implications for Conflict Dynamics” Join us on Thursday, March 31st and Friday, April 1st, as we examine the effects of the fusion of religious claims and nationalism on the dynamics of... Details

Jadal 25: “The Joint List”

The main theme of the current issue of Jadal is the Joint List, which is a political alliance of four Arab-dominated parties in Israel. The formation of the Joint List has been considered as a historic step within the Arab political scene inside the Green Line, as it is the... Details

Jadal 24: “Gender and Sexuality”

This issue of Jadal deals with the themes of gender and sexuality, considering how they intersect with other power structures in the context of colonial Palestine. The collection of articles considers colonial policies alongside silenced perspectives in the discourse of the Palestinian community on gender issues, with the authors challenging... Details

Mada’s PhD Program hosts second workshop for students on Zionism & settler-colonialism

On December 16th and 17th, Mada al-Carmel hosted a workshop for Palestinian PhD students and postgraduates on “Zionism and Settler Colonialism”. The workshop, held in Ramallah, took place as part of Mada’s PhD Program, a project launched in January 2015 aiming to help develop the next generation of critical Palestinian... Details

Mada scholars edit and contribute to special issue of Borderlands

The latest issue of Borderlands, a cutting-edge refereed electronic journal aimed at showcasing transdisciplinary social science and humanities research, features editing and contribution from key individuals in Mada al-Carmel. Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, director of Mada’s Gender Studies Program, edited the volume, while both Shalhoub-Kevorkian and Mada General Director Nadim Rouhana contributed... Details

The Role of ’48 Palestinians in the National Project

In October 2015, Mada conducted a survey on the role of the Palestinian community living in Israel within the wider Palestinian national project. Palestinians living within Israel and Palestinians living in the oPt were asked for their opinions on a number of issues including representation, participation, and the current and... Details

Staff Internship at Mada al-Carmel beginning in March 2016

About Mada: Mada al-Carmel – Arab Center for Applied Social Research provides information, critical analysis, and diverse perspectives on the social and political life and history of Palestinians, with particular attention to Palestinians within Israel's 1948 boundaries. Mada also advances research on Israeli society and politics in order to further understanding... Details