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> Popular Resistance in Palestine
> Visit Palestine
> Artas in Guidebooks
> Select Bibliography on Artas
> Read More About Artas
> Artas in WALKING PALESTINE, by Stefan Szepesi
> Beautiful Artas Notebooks for Sale
> Recommended Books and Articles for the Cultivated...
> Sumud: new book
> Palestinian Village Histories: Geographies of the...
> Morbid Symptoms: The Omar Yussef Mystery Series
> Katrina In Five Worlds/Katrina en Cinco Mundos
> Future Movements: Jerusalem
> Palestine and the Eastern Mediterranean
> Surviving the Wall
> Palestine… How Are You? Photobook
> Challenging the Wall: Toward a Pedagogy of Hope
> Status of the Environment in the Occupied...
> Dreams of a Nation On Palestinian Cinema
> Return to Palestine (2006) - DVD
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Read More About Artas
   
submitted by Artas Folklore Center
07.04.2012

Articles from the Artas Folklore Center

Recommended Books and Articles for the Cultivated and Culturally Curious General Reader

Select Bibliography on Artas

Artas in Guidebooks

A Folklore Sampler

This is just to get you started. We cannot keep up with listing all the many items on Artas. If you don't find what you are looking for, try the search box above for hundreds of entries about all aspects of Artas.

You could read all of these scholarly studies, proverbs, folktales, and traveller's tales yourself, or you could come and hear about them in the magical setting of Artas by contacting the Artas Folklore Center.

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