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Another sharp weapon : gender and revolt in Arab and Jewish editorial cartoons, 1936-1939

By: Barnes, Jeff.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Gender identity -- Israel | Gender identity -- Palestine | Jewish-Arab relations -- Caricatures and cartoons | Palestine -- History -- Revolution, 1936-1939 -- Caricatures and cartoons In: Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern studies Vol. 40, no. 2 (winter 2017), pp. 72-88Abstract: The article "looks at the significant role of the cartoons in producing public opinion in the perennial emerging conflict in Palestine from the gender perspective. While exploring how these cartoons demonstrate the degree to which nationalist discourse was gendered during the Palestinian revolt and reveal the utility of the editorial cartoon for understanding this period, Barnes suggests that the cartoons provided an important medium through which emerging notions of Palestinian and Jewish identity could be negotiated during the transformative events of 1936-39" -- Journal's abstract.
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The article "looks at the significant role of the cartoons in producing public opinion in the perennial emerging conflict in Palestine from the gender perspective. While exploring how these cartoons demonstrate the degree to which nationalist discourse was gendered during the Palestinian revolt and reveal the utility of the editorial cartoon for understanding this period, Barnes suggests that the cartoons provided an important medium through which emerging notions of Palestinian and Jewish identity could be negotiated during the transformative events of 1936-39" -- Journal's abstract.

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