Edward Said

Edward Wadie Said was a Palestinian American academic, literary critic and political activist. A professor of literature at Columbia University, he was among the founders of postcolonial studies.

Of Dignity and Solidarity

Naquib Mahfouz, 9/11 and the Cruelty of Memory

Dignity, Solidarity and the Penal Colony

The Imperial Bluster of Tom Delay


Imperial Arrogance and the Vile Stereotyping of Arabs

Of Dignity and Solidarity

A Roadmap to What and Where?

The Appalling Consequences of the Iraq War are Now Clear

Give Us Back Our Democracy

The Other America

A Monumenal Hypocrisy

When Will Arabs Resist?

An Unacceptable Helplessness

Immediate Imperatives

Misinformation About Iraq

Europe Versus America

Israel, Iraq and the United States

Arafat as Sharon’s Powerless Prey

Disunity and Factionalism

Punishment By Detail

Palestinian Elections Now

Crisis for American Jews

The Future of Palestine

What Price Oslo?

Thoughts About America

Emergine Alternatives in Palestine

Is Israel More Secure Now?

Naguib Mahfouz and the Cruelty of Memory

Suicidal Ignorance

A Way Out of the Middle East Impasse

Backlash and Backtrack

There Are Many Islams

There Are Many Islams

Israeli Occupation As Violence

Freud, Zionism, and Vienna

Defamation, Revisionist Style