Borders and Belonging: A Memoir
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Chapter 1. Posters and Flags - 2011.- Chapter 2. Carpets - 1976.- Chapter 3. Falluja - 1992.- Chapter 4. Re/Intermarriage - 1980.- Chapter 5. Moles - 1993.- Chapter 6. Cabins - 1981.- Chapter 7. Peace, Love, and Conflict - 1993.- Chapter 8. Orange Kinley - 1983.- Chapter 9. Buses and Cars - 1994.- Chapter 10. Razors - 1986.- Chapter 11. Panic - 2013.- Chapter 12. Tents - 1987.- Chapter 13. My Wadi - 2016.- Chapter 14. Cancel Culture - 2020.- Chapter 15. Dreams - 2020.
—Deborah Dash Moore, Frederick G. L. Huetwell Professor of History and Professor of Judaic Studies, University of Michigan, US
‘Mira Sucharov’s provocative essays on Israel/Palestine have made her a well-known public intellectual. In this engaging memoir, she describes her personal journey as a Canadian Jew in confronting the dilemmas, challenges and tragedies of Jews and Palestinians.’
—David Biale, Emanuel Ringelblum Distinguished Professor, University of California, Davis, US
‘Mira Sucharov’s memoir is a beautiful glimpse into a Jewish woman’s coming of age in Canada, offering powerful insights into how identities and emotions are formed in relationship to Judaism and to Israel.’
—Danae Elon, documentary filmmaker; director of P.S. Jerusalem
'...a fascinating blend of a sometimes difficult personal history and a set of evolving views of Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Sucharov's self-doubt, ideological struggles and insights are all well worth exploring.'
— Jon Allen, Senior Fellow, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto, and Former Canadian Ambassador to Israel
‘This smart, enjoyable read weaves an intricate web of personal memoir, coming-of-age tale and analysis of Israeli politics, with its evolving impact on Israelis, Palestinians and North American Jews.’
—J.J. Goldberg, editor at large, The Forward, and author of Jewish Power: Inside the American Jewish Establishment
‘Mira Sucharov has written a brave book. Intimate and honest, she reveals her own fractures and fault lines through her evolving relationship with Israel and Palestine.’
— Jonathan Garfinkel, author of Ambivalence: Crossing the Israel/Palestine Divide
Showcases a new methodological approach in International Relations: narrative IR, while closely navigating the relationship between the personal and political
Builds on the author’s successful voice as a as a scholar and public commentator to find politically engaging ways of discussing the Israel-Palestine conflict
"Reading Mira Sucharov's deeply self- reflective Borders and Belonging makes me reach into the annals of my own memory, in part because so much of my story resembles hers. ... Many readers will want Sucharov to take a stand. They will want her to provide irrefutable evidence, as a scholar ought to do." (Karen E. H. Skinazi, Literary Review of Canada, Vol. 29 (4), May, 2021)