On how a Finnish artist’s irreverent artworks helped Israel conceal its ongoing oppression of Palestinian Christians.
Jamil Khader is professor of English and dean of research at Bethlehem University, Palestine. His numerous articles on postcolonial women writers, fa... ntastic literature and cosmopolitanism have appeared in various national and international journals.
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