The exciting new book Captive Revolution: Palestinian Women’s Struggle in Anti-Colonial Struggle Within the Israeli Prison System, will be available at Beit Zatoun’s book launch tomorrow, Friday October 30th!
This is a free event, 6:30-9:00pm.
“Nahla Abdo’s Captive Revolution seeks to break the silence on Palestinian women political detainees, providing a vital contribution to research on women, revolutions, national liberation and anti-colonial resistance. Based on the stories of the women themselves, Abdo draws on a wealth of oral history and primary research in order to analyse Palestinian women’s anti-colonial struggle, their agency and their treatment as political detainees.”
A discussion about the book will he hosted by Professors:
Himani Bannerji: Professor of Sociology, York University
David Mcnally: Professor of Political Science, York University
Alan Sears: Professor of Sociology, Ryerson University