Articles by: Marcelo Svirsky

Author Biography:

Marcelo Svirsky is a long-time friend of the Palestinian struggle. He is a researcher and teacher at the School for Humanities and Social Inquiry, University of Wollongong, Australia. He studies settler-colonial societies, particularly Israel, and focuses on questions of social transformation and decolonisation.

Perpetrators: Israel under The Zone of Interest

Where were your grandparents during the war? The question sits upon my tongue when I meet a German. Israelis will soon find that a similar gaze will descend upon them.

On Returning from Israel: An Email to the Editors 

Since the beginning of this nightmare, while being there, I carefully listened to Israeli TV and radio news programs, all devoted now to war pornography.

No March of Redemption for Israelis: The Netanyahu government’s attack on Israel’s Supreme Court

As long as Israel could continue pretending to be a full democracy, the world could look aside and ignore the occupation.