‘What makes one an Israeli?’ Negotiating identities in everyday representations of ‘Israeliness’

‘What makes one an Israeli?’ Negotiating identities in everyday representations of ‘Israeliness’

Written by Rakefet Sela Sheffy from Tel Aviv University’s Unit of Culture Research, this 19-page long article explores the construction of an Israeli identity not found in public political discourse, based on open responses to the question ‘What makes one an Israeli?’. The study analyzes how contemporary Israelis see  themselves and each other and how they relate to the pre-state “Sabra” archetype. 

Loader Loading...
EAD Logo Taking too long?

Reload Reload document
| Open Open in new tab

Download [835.00 B]