Ya Quds! is an academic cultural journal, published by the Centre for Jerusalem Studies at Al-Quds University
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Call for short articles to issue 5 of Ya Quds!
We would like to invite you to submit a short article for our forthcoming fifth issue of the academic cultural journal Ya Quds!, published by the Centre for Jerusalem Studies. We are keen to establish contact with renowned scholars and to bring their collective voices into a thoughtful, interactive forum through this publication.
Articles could be in English or Arabic of around 1200 words and would address any topic related to Jerusalem whether historical, urban, geographic, cultural, political or others. Literary texts and poetry are also welcome.
The deadline for submitting the articles is November 4, 2018.
(Center for Jerusalem Studies, Al-Quds University, 2016-10-01) Bollens, Scott; Dumper, Michael; Abu Assab, Nour; Telhami, Shibley; Sleem, Amoun; Al-Abed, Shukri; Samman, Maha
Greetings and a warm welcome to the second issue of
Ya Quds!. Ya Quds!
received many good words of encouragement following the first issue. We
all those who have expressed their views and shared their suggestions. After
all, it is you, our readers, whom we care about, so your comments and suggestions
are very important to us. We hope that
will continue to offer valuable
information and stimulate productive discussion about the city of Jerusalem. In this
issue, as in the first, we did not seek to focus on a particular theme but have rather
left it to the individual authors to select themes of interest and importance to them.
All the articles are different, yet all are united by the word “Al-Quds.”
written about and for Jerusalem and its inhabitants, the stories and articles help to
deconstruct the complex mystery and charm of this city.
What you will find in the following pages is a collection of ten articles, five in Arabic and five in English, written by academics and researchers whose contributions
we are honoured to have in
. The five articles in English reflect various
perspectives: historical (
The Fatimids in Jerusalem
), social (
The Gypsies of Jerusalem
), political (
Mussala al-Marwani: An unrecognised Palestinian triumph?
On the 16th
Anniversary of the Camp David Negotiations
), and urban planning
Urban Spatial Changes during Political Uncertainty
There are so many topics about Jerusalem on which we have yet to hear, so take
hold of your pens and add your voices. We hereby send out a call for articles for the
third issue of
. Articles may be in Arabic or English and should not exceed
1200 words. The deadline for submission is December 12, 2016. We look forward
to your contributions.
The Centre for Jerusalem Studies team is also working hard to prepare for the
upcoming conference on
Production of Inequalities: Realities and Prospects for
Change in Jerusalem,
to be held on December 3–5 in Jerusalem and Abu Dis. We
take this opportunity to invite all those interested in the topic to join us for this
(Center for Jerusalem Studies, 2019-05-01) Al-Abed, Shukri; Samman, Maha; Ruished, Adel; Abu Ghosh, Amaal; Aruri, Ghada
Jerusalem is full of stories. When preparing for each issue of Ya Quds!, we receive a good number of literary and social articles as well as poems. We are happy to read them all and learn from them. When reading these writings, we realize that this city is full of treasures and surprises, full of creative abilities and hidden talents. Despite the difficult political, economic, and social conditions, and perhaps because of them, these treasures and talents stem from the strong feelings of Jerusalemites for their city reflecting their hopes for a better future. We thank all those who sent their writings and apologize to those whose articles were not published in this issue.