The Unalterable Order of Electrical Palestine
Electrical Palestine tells a story of how a particular relationship between technology and politics was made in Palestine in the period of British rule, and then the book tracks its consequences. Through the story of Palestine’s electrification, it seeks to offer a new perspective on the making and substance of modern political power. The central argument of this book is that the uneven development of Palestine’s electric grid critically shaped the land and the ethno-national conflict that unfolded on it.
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