Palestinians inspect the damage following an Israeli airstrike on the El-Remal area in Gaza City on October 9, 2023. Source: WAFA, in contract with APAimages. CC-BY-SA 3.0

The IJURR collective is deeply moved by the scale of the suffering from violence and injustice in Palestine/Israel. In solidarity with scholars who have used their work to unravel the root causes of this violence, IJURR is making available, free of charge, a collection of their articles it has published over the past decade. The articles touch on questions of indigeneity, colonialism, occupation, militarism, refugee subjectivities, and solidarities, always with the critical tone that marks our journal. The paywall will be down until January 31, 2025. We invite scholars and researchers to read, share widely, and encourage the submission of new works that address a question of justice that matters to us all.



The Presence of the Absence: Indigenous Palestinian Urbanism in Israel
Naama Blatman & Areej Sabbagh-Khoury

Performing the Home: Enacting Citizenship and Countering Jerusalem’s Residency Revocation Policy
Lior Volinz

Experiences of Urban Militarism: Spatial Stigma, Ruins and Everyday Life
Silvia Pasquetti

Placing Property: Theorizing the Urban from Settler Colonial Cities
Naama Blatman‐Thomas & Libby Porter

Acts of Solidarity: Crossing and Reiterating Israeli–Palestinian Frontiers
Alexander Koensler

Epilogue—from ‘Gray Space’ to Equal ‘Metrozenship’? Reflections On Urban Citizenship
Oren Yiftachel

Spatial Collisions and Discordant Temporalities: Everyday Life between Camp and Checkpoint
Nasser Abourahme