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dc.contributor.authorYoung, Mafalda-
dc.description.abstractResistance can take many forms. In Palestine, to exist is to resist. For the last fifty-four years Palestinians have found many inventive and innovative ways to resist the Israeli occupation, and one of those ways, but certainly not the only, is art. Palestinian art and the Israeli occupation walk hand in hand insomuch that and the historical and political encounters of the conflict have influenced the Palestinian cultural scene and vice versa. This article aims to explore how art, in its various forms, is part of the arsenal of everyday resistance techniques employed by the Palestinian. It addresses not only how art has challenged the outcomes of the conflict, but also how the conflict has impacted the Palestinian artistic scene. To this end, it explores the case of contemporary Palestinian graffiti as a relevant tool of resistance that provides an insight into the nature of Palestinian resistance but also into the evolution of the conflict itself.pt_PT
dc.publisherOBERVARE. Universidade Autónoma de Lisboapt_PT
dc.subjectIsraeli-Palestinian conflictpt_PT
dc.subjectPolitical Artpt_PT
dc.subjectPalestinian Artpt_PT
dc.subjectEveryday Resistancept_PT
dc.titleThe art of resistance: art and resistance in Palestinept_PT
degois.publication.titleJanus.Net. Vol.12, n.2 - Thematic dossier - The Middle East. Local dynamics, regional actors, global challegespt_PT
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