Archaeological films as primary sources for Palestinian history

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Lukic, V. and Kador, T. 2024. Archaeological films as primary sources for Palestinian history. Refugee History.
TypeBlog
TitleArchaeological films as primary sources for Palestinian history
AuthorsLukic, V. and Kador, T.
Abstract

Archaeological archival films from the British Mandate in Palestine (1922-1948), offer an insight into Palestinian lives in the decades prior to the 1948 Nakba, in which more than 750,000 were displaced and became refugees. Moving away from solely referring to these archival films in the context of ‘biblical’ archaeology, this blog post examines their potential to testify to the Palestinian history in the region.

Sustainable Development Goals16 Peace, justice and strong institutions
10 Reduced inequalities
Middlesex University ThemeCreativity, Culture & Enterprise
PublisherRefugee History
Publication dates
Online08 Mar 2024
Publication process dates
Accepted08 Mar 2024
Deposited02 May 2024
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)https://refugeehistory.org/blog/2024/3/8/archaeological-films-as-primary-sources-for-palestinian-history
LanguageEnglish
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