Al-Quds University, Jerusalem
From Moments to Durations: The Impact of Israeli Checkpoints on Palestinian Everyday Life in Jerusalem
The article suggests that the spatial injustice created by the checkpoints through the continuous ‘disciplining’ of people, attempts to induce a repulsive ‘existential temporality’ to affect the Palestinians’ connection to Jerusalem. Nevertheless, Palestinians, through reproduced rhythms, still endure these strategies to maintain their attachment to Jerusalem, as part of their resilience against injustice.
Published online (ahead of print) by Taylor & Francis Group in the International Journal of Urban Sciences on 10/6/2020, and can be found on the following link: