Symposium on Historical Injustice in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

This symposium appears in Theoretical Inquires in Law 2020, and is guest edited by Yitzhak Benbaji and Helen Frowe. It follows a conference on Historical Justice in the Context of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, held at Tel Aviv University, Buchmann Faculty of Law in May of 2019, sponsored by the Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law at Tel Aviv University and the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace at Stockholm University. The papers can all be found here.

  • Cheyney Ryan, “Wretched Nurseries of Unceasing Discord”: Nationalism, War, and the Project of Peace
  • Yitzhak Benbaji, Zionism and Political Liberalism: The Right of Scattered Nations to Self-Determination
  • Julie E. Cooper, In Pursuit of Political Imagination: Reflections on Diasporic Jewish History
  • Margaret Moore, Territorial Justice in Israel/Palestine
  • Manal Totry-Jubran, Constructing “Private” Historical Justice in State-Building
  • Victor Tadros, Inheriting the Right of Return
  • David Miller, Justifying the Right of Return
  • Tamar Megiddo and Eyal Benvenisti, Inclusion and Representation: The Settlement of Property Claims of the Dispossessed in the Aftermath of an Armed Conflict
  • Itamar Mann, Disentangling Displacements: Historical Justice for Mizrahim and Palestinians in Israel
  • Hassan Jabareen, How the Law of Return Creates One Legal Order in Palestine
  • Raef Zreik, Historical Justice: On First-Order and Second-Order Arguments for Justice
  • Alan Patten, The Idea of Israel as a Jewish State