The Jerusalem Quarterly is the only journal focused on the city of Jerusalem's history, political status, and future. It addresses debates about the city and its predicament, as well as future scenarios for solving the problems of Jerusalem...
The Center for Palestine Studies (CPS) at Columbia is proud to launch, in conjunction with the Institute for Palestine Studies in Ramallah, the archives of this forgotten gem over a century after its birth in Jerusalem.
This series of anonymous portraits, by Haifa-based photographer Jenny Nyman, captures the reality of the many thousands of Palestinian families who are forced to live in the shadows by the Israeli Citizenship Law.
The Maps and Cartography section contains two kind of documents: original maps of Jerusalem reproduced here as a tool for researchers, and links to existing sets of Jerusalem maps—both historical and contemporary.
News & Announcements
In a few weeks, the world will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War, which ended partition and began the occupation. Israelis will celebrate the “liberation” of Jerusalem.
After overcoming multiple legal and administrative hurdles, including an Israeli-imposed travel ban, Omar Barghouti, co-founder of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, appeared on a panel at Columbia University last night entitled “The Road to Freedom: The BDS Movement for Palestinian Rights and the Struggle Against Apartheid.”
The CU Anthropology Department will host a screening of *The Narrow Streets of Bourj Hammoud* an ethnographic film by Joanne Nucho and Rosy Kuftedjian on *Friday, April 28th at 4pm in 328 Milbank (Barnard). *