The Early liberation ideology of the Palestinian Struggle: Rights, Mobilisation and Popular Sovereignty
Sammanfattning: Dispersed across various states following the collective tragedy of the late 1940s, Palestinians nevertheless organised themselves into a coherent national movement during the 1960s and 70s. In exile and at home, they created local and ultimately national structures which eventually facilitated the expression of Palestinian concerns in international arenas. These shared spaces for democratic debate and participation served local communities, while also linking different exiled communities to each other, across the geographical dislocation of displacement. Using the conceptual frameworks of liberation and “discursive space” across thought and practice, this thesis will examine some of the early texts documenting strategies articulated and deployed by the Palestinian liberation movement between 1964 and 1970.
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