Salim Tamari

Università Ca' Foscari Venezia

Salim Tamari

Is editor of The Jerusalem Quarterly and Senior Research Associate IPS (Intitute of Palestinian Studies). Associate Professor of Sociology, Birzeit University 1971-2005; CMES Harvard University (Shawwab Visiting Professor (January 2013); Visiting Professor, Bogazici Univeristy, Istanbul, (summer 2012); Director, Institute of Jerusalem Studies; Professor of Sociology at Birzeit University; Visiting Professor, University of Venice Ca Foscari, Master MIM (2006-Present); Visiting Professor, Columbia University, MEI and SIPS, (2011); Georgetown University, Adjunct CCAS (2010); University of California at Berkeley (2005, 2007, 2008, PhD. Manchester University 1983. He is author of several works on urban culture, political sociology, biography and social history, and the social history of the Eastern Mediterranean. Recent publications include: Jerusalem 1948 (2001); Al-Quds Al-Uthmaniyya (Ottoman Jerusalem) (2002) Mandate Jerusalem in the Memoirs of Wasif Jawahariyyeh (with Issam Nassar, 2005) al Jabal didd al Bahar, Muwatin,  2005); Pilgrims, Lepers, and Stuffed Cabbage: Essays on the Cultural History of Ottoman and Mandate Jerusalem (editor) (IJS, 2005). Biography and Social History of Bilad al Sham (edited,  with I. Nassar,  2007, Beirut IPS);   The Mountain Against the Sea (University of California Press, 2008);3al Jarad: The Intimate Life of an Ottoman Soldier (IPS, Beirut, 2008); Family Papers: Studies in the Contemporary Social History of Palestine (Edited with I. Nassar, and Z. Muhammad, Beirut 2009).