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Introduction: On Memory

Chapter 1. A Personal Note
Chapter 2. The First Palestinian Intifada
Chapter 3.Intellectuals/Academics Engagement in the Public Forum
Chapter 4. Israeli Academics’ Political Involvement Prior to the First Intifada
Chapter 5. The Founding of AD KAN
Chapter 6. Opening the Sealed Box of AD KAN
Chapter 7. The Working of a Protest Organization
Chapter 8. The Media Coverage
Chapter 9. The Moving Scene from Afar and Near
Chapter 10. The Senate Debacle
Chapter 11. Raising the PLO Presence on Campus
Chapter 12. Towards the Last Stage
Chapter 13. The Aftermath: When Prophecy Fails
Chapter 14. Listening to AD KAN Veterans
Chapter 15. Past and Present Israeli Protestors Reconsidered
Chapter 16. Israeli and other Critics’ Commentary on the Continuing Occupation
Chapter 17. Israeli Society 2018: An Anthropological Perspective



Can Academics Change the World?

An Israeli Anthropologist's Testimony on the Rise and Fall of a Protest Movement on Campus

Moshe Shokeid

214 pages, 3 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-698-2 Hb Published (May 2020)

eISBN 978-1-78920-699-9 eBook