Aracapita Visiting Professor
Ahmad H. Sa'adi lectures at the Department of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. His recent publications include; "The Peculiarities of Israel's Democracy: Some Theoretical and Practical Implications for Jewish-Arab Relations," International Journal of Intercultural Relations, (2002), 26 (2); "The 'Shrinking of the State' in Israel and its Implications for the Palestinian Minority," in Peled and Offer (eds.) Israel: From Mobilized to Civil Society? (Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, 2001) [Hebrew]; "Globalization and the Relevance of the Local: Arab Local Government in Israel," in Abu-Saad and Champagne (eds.) The Future of Indigenous Peoples: Strategies for Survival and Development (California 2002). Forthcoming, "Identity in a Context of Conflict: The Question of Palestinians in Israel," in Kemp, Ram, Newman, and Yiftachel (eds.), Identities in Conflict (New York).