The Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies and the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies have published the 39th issue (Winter 2022) of the quarterly peer-reviewed journal Omran, dedicated to the social sciences.
In a special issue on Settler Colonialism and the Palestinian-Zionist Struggle (Part 2), this issue includes seven studies: “Settler Colonialism in Palestine between Structure and Process: Elimination or Power and Control?” by Ashraf Othman Bader; “Re-thinking Conceptual Frameworks to Analyze the Palestinian Colonial Context” by Abaher El-Sakka; “War Economy and Military-Security Production in the Context of the Israeli Settler-Colonialism” by Tariq Dana; “Gender, Class and Race: Israeli Settler-Capitalism and Palestinian Bedouin Women’s Resistance in the Naqab” by Sophie Richter-Devroe; “The Return of the Native: Indigeneity, Settler-Colonialism and the Multiple Ironies in Israeli-Australian Commemorative Narrative of the Palestine Campaign” by Micaela Sahhar; “How to Read a Massacre in Palestine?: Indigenous History as a Methodology of Liberation” by Rana Barakat, and “A Morphology of the Wolf’s Mouth: The Language of Walid Daqqah (1961-2021)” by Abdul-Rahim Al-Shaikh.
The book review section includes Mohammed Meziane's review of Les deux espèces humaines: Autopsie du racisme ordinaire by Denis Blondin; Nerouz Satik's review of Syria: Borders, Boundaries, and the State by Matthieu Cimino (ed.); Mohamad Tawfik’s review of Sharia and the Social Sciences: Towards Overcoming the Estrangement (Is The Dawn not Near) by Sari Hanafi; and, finally, Belkacem Benzenine’s review of Arab Spring: Modernity, Identity and Change by Eid Mohamed & Dalia Fahmy (eds.).