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Palestine: Ground Zero of a Liberated World

Spectre’s Editorial Board invites you to a panel discussion on May 22nd discussing their special issue on Palestine. Featuring Eman Abdelhadi, Shireen Akram-Boshar, Sai Englert, Zachary Levenson, and Abdel Razzaq Takriti.


“Viva, Viva, Palestina!”

In this photographic essay, journalist Ari Golub depicts the energy, solidarity, and steadfast resolve among protesters at the George Washington University campus, where young people from across the DC area have convened as part of a nationwide movement of student encampment protests calling for a ceasefire in Gaza and university divestment from companies that profit from the Israeli state’s genocide of Palestinians.


From Vietnam to Palestine

Richard Lai, Lynn Ta, and Promise Li discuss solidarity between Palestinians and the Vietnamese diaspora and the challenge of situating local organization in the context of global imperialism.

Ominous image of the Texas State Capital building

The Repression of Pro-Palestinian Education and Resistance

Jairo I. Fúnez-Flores analyzes Governor Abbott’s attempted repression of pro-Palestinian education in Texas, drawing out the larger role of Palestinian solidarity and organizing in and beyond a largely conservative academia.


I Forgot to Die

Tithi Bhattacharya uses Social Reproduction Theory to think Palestinians’ irrepressible creative flourishing beyond Israel’s assaults on life and lifemaking.


Scholars Against the War on Palestine

Scholars Against the War on Palestine calls for an immediate ceasefire of Israel’s war on Palestinians in Gaza.


From Palestine to Tahrir Square

Hossam el-Hamalawy argues that Palestine’s struggle for self-determination has served as an inspiration for the struggle for democracy in Egypt


The Middle Ground is Still a Mass Grave

As a settler-colony scrambling to hang on to its dominant position within the current international order, the United States recognizes Israel as a kindred spirit and accomplice that is similarly threatening to buckle under the weight of its own irresolvable contradictions.


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