Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

The Palestinian uprising, along with its other achievements, has enabled Palestinian voices finally to reach the United States. Among the most eloquent of these voices are the many different expressions of Palestinian culture. In theater, film, music, art and literature, Palestinian cultural productions have achieved new and revealing syntheses of politics and aesthetics, and many artists in the United States have responded by inscribing the question of Palestine on their own agendas.

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The Editors "From the Editors," Middle East Report 164-165 (May/June 1990).
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