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Between Holy Church and Holy Human Rights

Life Stories of the Romanian LGBTQ+ Community after 1989 until Romanian Accession to the European Union

Ioana Zamfir

self-understanding. This article utilizes the Adrian Newell Păun Queer Archives (AQANP) to provide a window into the Romanian queer experience of the 1990s. These archives are unique in Romania, and their materials are used here for the first time in

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Peenemünde Contested

Remembering Second World War Technologies in Rural East Germany from 1984 to 1992

Daniel Brandau

archival material from the German Federal Archives and the HTM, the successor institution of the museum founded in 1991, as well as on interviews conducted in 2017 and 2018 with former East and West German military officers, museum staff, and members of the

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Deception and Israeli Peacemaking since 1967

Galia Golan

available in the State Archives years later and from there found their way into academic research. Notwithstanding claims of various historians and Jordanian statements to the Americans, it is not certain that Jordan was willing to make peace at the time

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Israeli Militarism Reconsidered

Reframing the Independence Day Parade

Adi Sherzer

parades during Israel's formative first decade (1948–1958). It utilizes archival documentation, media reports, and newsreels to examine Israeli parades and compare them to other parades from around the world. The discussion centers on three pivotal points

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Identity, Ethnicity, and Nationalism

The Rabban Yochanan Ben-Zakai Synagogue and the Sephardi Community of Jerusalem, 1900–1948

Reuven Gafni

. As such, alongside the description of the events that took place in the synagogue itself, an effort will be made to place things in a broader historical and cultural context. This article is based on an in-depth study of the archives of the Sephardi

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Material Obstacles to Protest in the Urban Built Environment

Insights from Jordan

Jillian Schwedler

documents, YouTube videos of protests, personal photo archives of Jordanian activists and reporters, accounts from Arabic-language newspapers and online sources, and archival material from the British Archives in Kew, London, and the (US) National Archives

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Challenges and Pitfalls of Feminist Sisterhood in the Aftermath of the Cold War *

The Case of the Network of East-West Women

Ioana Cîrstocea

-South axis and that are often rooted in development cooperation programs. Focusing on the network's early history, this article, based on interviews with NEWW's founders and archival work—including members’ correspondence, NEWW publications, and notes and

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Decolonizing Feminism in the #MeToo Era

Ritty Lukose

been drawn. In drawing on a feminist archive to illuminate the contemporary context, it is not my intention to ask recalcitrant young feminists to pay attention to their histories in some straightforward way. However, while rejecting unproductive

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The Montreal Moroccan Diaspora

History, Memories and Identities

Henry Green

archive audio-visually the life stories of Jews displaced from Arab lands ( www.sephardivoices.com ) and to construct a database that can be mined to study Sephardi/Mizrahi diasporas. Second, it sketches an overview of the resettlement of one Sephardi

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Debating the “Jewish Question” in Tunisia

War, Colonialism, and Zionism at a Mediterranean Crossroads, 1914–1920

Chris Rominger

Over a hundred reports on intercommunal violence and tensions termed “désordres antisemites” (anti-Semitic disorder) can be found in the archives of France's Tunisian Protectorate under the dossier “First World War—Jewish Community,” the label linking a