The Journal of Palestine Studies (JPS) is a refereed multidisciplinary journal published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Institute for Palestine Studies. Since its founding in 1971, JPS has been the English-language academic journal of record on Palestinian affairs. The Journal publishes original articles that span the humanities and social sciences, including, but not limited to, history, political science, international relations, law, economic development, geography, sociology and anthropology/ethnography, as well as gender and queer studies, literature, and the arts. Contributions on communities that have historical, political, and cultural ties to Palestine are also of interest to the Journal.

Editorial Board

Editors
Rashid I. Khalidi (Columbia University)
Sherene Seikaly (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Associate Editor
Maia Tabet
Managing Editor
Emily C. Smith
Assistant Editor, Production
Maggie Smith
Press and Advertising Coordinator
Stephen Bennett
Editorial Committee
Institutional affiliation listed for identification purposes only.
Sa'ed Atshan (Swarthmore College)
Beshara Doumani (Brown University)
Noura Erakat (Rutgers University)
Leila Farsakh (University of Massachusetts, Boston)
Yousef Munayyer (Independent scholar)
Nadine Naber (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Salim Tamari  (Birzeit University)