I’m back to classes today… which means most of my “personal interest” reading will be on hold for a while.
In my “spare time,” I will attempt to get through Gershom Gorenberg’s Accidental Empire, a study of Israel’s settlement policy post 1967. It seems like an appropriate sequel to Tom Segev’s 1967, but don’t expect a review from me any time soon.
In any event, I’ll be posting a review of R’Meir Kahane’s They Must Go in the next few days as well as puting up portions of my paper for the ISSS/ISAC conference coming up in a few weeks.
Best to all until then…
Tags: gershom gorenberg, tom segev, meir kahane, accidental empire, 1967, they must go