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The Artas Folklore Center - Research And Documentation
   
submitted by Artas Folklore Center
10.04.2012

An important part of the Artas Folklore Center is Research and Documentation. The Artas Folklore Center seeks to collect the huge body of work about its field which covers all aspects, and to build on earlier information, such as the collection of the genealogies and oral/family histories of its inhabitants.It regularly provides assistance to researchers, students, photographers, artists, filmakers and others, thus increasing the number of works available.A key goal is to use these works as the basis to create unique tourism projects.

Since April 2012, the Artas Folklore Center is fortunate to enjoy the services of Falestin Naili, Artas Folklore Center Scholar in Residence. She was joined in February 2014 by http:Rosanna Sirignano a promising young Italian Artas Scholar.


Thanks to the many scholars and others who have lived in and studied Artas, almost every aspect of the village has been studied. Here are a few recommendations for the general reader. (More academic sources are listed below.)

Though scholarly, the books of Hilma Grandvist (see below) are written with an immediacy and vividness which can be enjoyed by the interested general reader.
Grace Crowfoot's From Cedar to Hyssop (see below) is delightful as is
Abdel Latif al Baghruti's Folktales from Artas. (see below) To these we might add two works not mentioned below: Celia Rothenburg's Spirits of Palestine: Gender, Society, and Stories of the Jinn, Lexington Books 2004, especially interesting for how the pressures and inner conflicts caused by the Occupation affect spirit possession. Divine Expectations: An American
Woman in 19th Century Palestine by Barbara Kreiger with Shalom Goldman (Ohio University Press offers a view of early British and American Christian efforts to support Jewish settlement in Palestine.
Artas is often mentioned in A View from Jerusalem 1849-1858, the Consular Diary of James and Elisabeth Anne Finn republished in 1980 with an introduction by Arnold Blumberg (Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press) This can be previewed/searched on Google Books at: http://books.google.com/books?id=lXGf39q2UDYC&dq=Finn,+James&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0. There are also glimspses of Artas in Folklore of the Holy Land By J. E. Hanauer originally published in 1907.This can be downloaded from/read online at Googlebooks http://books.google.com/books?id=4t_1k1m_plUC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Hanauer,+Holy+Land&sig=ak6t5e0tEsJfw89zrkjPNe2w76sat: as well in as Domestic Life in Palestine By Mary Eliza Rogers (Poe & Hitchcock, 1865)which can be downloaded from/read online atGoogle Books at http://books.google.com/books?id=KG09qepFmJAC&dq=Brown+Domestic+Life+in+Palestine&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0
In fact, a search at Google Books (Google>More>Even More>Books) will turn up quite a few books, though many of them seem to deal with those sharing the sentinments of missionaries/Christian supporters of Jewish settlement, rather than the village and its people. For the scholars among you, see below.
Hint: In searching for Artas, don't overlook variants, such as Urtas or Irtas. Various diacritics are often added as well.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON ARTAS
Below is only a partial sampling of the works available, selected by Falestin Naili, who submitted her dissertation on the Collective Memory in Artas in 2007.
ABU SITTA, Salman H., Atlas of Palestine 1948, London, Palestine Land Society, 2004

AL ‘AMARI, Su’ad et Nathmi JU’BI (éds.), Silsilat Riwāq fi tarīkh al ‘emāri fi filastīn,
Ramallah, Riwaq, 1999

AL ‘ARIF, Arif, Al Maqsal fi tarīkh al Quds, Jérusalem, Al ‘Arif, 1961

AL ‘ASSALI, Kamel J., Al Quds taht al hukum al ‘othmāni, vol II, London, 1989

AL HANBALI, Muhir Eddin, Al uns al jalīl bi tarīkh al Quds wa al Khalil, vol II,
Baghdad, Maktaba Al Nahda, 1995

AL NABULSI, Abdelghani, Al hadra al insiya fil rihla al qudsiya, Cairo,
Al Ikhlas Press, 1802

AL NASHEF, Khaled, Ya Kafi, Ya Shafi: The Tawfik Canaan Collection of Palestinian
Amulets, Bir Zeit, Bir Zeit University Press, 1998

ANTONOVSKY, Helen et Judith BLANC et Mahmoud MIARI, Patterns of Socialization in
an Arab Village, Jerusalem, Guttmann Institute of Applied Social Research, 1975

BALDENSPERGER, Philip J., “Peasant Folklore of Palestine”, Palestine Exploration Fund
Quarterly Statement, London, 1893, pp. 203-219

BALDENSPERGER, Philip J., “Birth, Marriage and Death among the Fellahin of Palestine”,
Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly Statement, London, 1894

BALDENSPERGER, Philip J., “Beth Dejan”, Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly
Statement, London, 1895

BALDENSPERGER, Philip J., “Woman in the East”, Palestine Exploration Fund
Quarterly Statement, no. 32, London, 1900

BALDENSPERGER, Philip J., The immovable East, Studies of the People and Customs of
Palestine, London, Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 1913

BARGHOUTHI, Abdullatif M., Arab Folk Stories from Artas, Bir Zeit, Bir Zeit University,
1987

BARGHOUTH, Jamal, Al mashhad al-hadāri fi Artās, Ramallah, Riwaq, 2000

CROWFOOT, Grace M. et Louise BALDENSPERGER, From Cedar to Hyssop. A
Study in the Folklore of Plants in Palestine. London: Sheldon, 1932

CROWFOOT, Grace M., “Folktales of Artas”, Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly
Statement, London, 1951

CROWFOOT, Grace M., “Handicrafts in Palestine”, Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly,
London, 1944, pp.122-130

GRANQVIST, Hilma, “Aus dem Erzählungsschatz palästinensischer Bauernfrauen”,
Palästinajahrbuch des Deutschen evangelischen Instituts für Altertumswissenschaft des heiligen Landes zu Jerusalem, Berlin, 1927

GRANQVIST, Hilma, Marriage Conditions in a Palestinian Village, vol.I,
Helsinki, Societas scientiarum fennica, commentationes humanarum litterarum, 1931

GRANQVIST, Hilma, Marriage Conditions in a Palestinian Village, vol.II,
Helsinki, Societas scientiarum fennica, commentationes humanarum litterarum, 1935

GRANQVIST, Hilma, Birth and Childhood Among the Arabs, New York, AMS
Press Inc., June 1947

GRANQVIST, Hilma, Child Problems among the Arabs, Copenhagen, Munksgaard, 1950

GRANQVIST, Hilma, Muslim Death and Burial: Arab Customs and Traditions Studied in a Village in Jordan, Helsinki, Societas Scientiarum Fennica, Commentationes Humanarum Litterarum, 1965

HAWARI, M. et al., “Qalat al-Burak, a fort of the Ottoman Period south of Bethlehem”, Londres, Levant, Vol. XXXII, 2000, pp. 101-121.

LEMIRE, VINCENT, La Soif de Jerusalem, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2011 http://books.openedition.org/psorbonne/782
See : Chapitre 2. L’aqueduc de Salomon, entre archéologie biblique et messianisme philanthropique
Chapitre 9. Les nationalistes palestiniens, nouveaux acteurs de la question hydraulique (1922-1936)

LEMIRE, VINCENT : L’affaire d’Ortas : l’éveil d’une conscience hydropolitique palestinienne (1925) http://books.openedition.org/psorbonne/798#tocto1n2


MILLS, E., Census of Palestine, Population of Villages, Towns and Administrative Areas, Jerusalem, Greek Convent and Goldberg Presses, 1931

NAILI, Falestin, « Hilma Granqvist, Louise Baldensperger et la « tradition de rencontre » au village palestinien d’Artas », Civilisations, vol. 57, no. 1-2, December 2008, pp. 127-138, online version : http://civilisations.revues.org/index1201.html#abstract
NAILI, Falestin, « L’œuvre de Hilma Granqvist : L’Orient imaginaire confronté à la réalité d’un village palestinien », Revue d’Etudes Palestiniennes, no. 105, automne 2007, pp. 74-84, online version : http://www.palestine-studies.org/journals.aspx?id=9565&jid=2&href=fulltext
NAILI, Falestin, « Memories of Home and Stories of Displacement: The Women of Artas and the “Peasant Past”», Journal of Palestine Studies, no. 152, été 2009, pp. 63-74, abstract available at: http://www.palestine-studies.org/journals.aspx?id=10477&jid=1&href=abstract
NAILI, Falestin, « Imaginaires et projets millénaristes en Palestine ottomane : l'exemple de la colonie euro-amé NAILI, Falestin, ricaine dans la vallée d'Artas », Chrétiens et Sociétés no. 17, Spring 2011 ;online version: http://chretienssocietes.revues.org/index2832.html
NAILI, Falestin, “ The millenarist settlement in Artas and its support network in Britain and North America, 1845-1878 “, Jerusalem Quarterly no. 45, Spring 2011, online version: http://jerusalemquarterly.org/ViewArticle.aspx?id=370
NAILI, Falestin, « Hilma Granqvist, Louise Baldensperger et la « tradition de rencontre » au village palestinien d’Artas », Civilisations, vol. 57, no. 1-2, December 2008, pp. 127-138, online version :http://civilisations.revues.org/index1201.html#abstract
NAILI, Falestin, « L’œuvre de Hilma Granqvist : L’Orient imaginaire confronté à la réalité d’un village palestinien », Revue d’Etudes Palestiniennes, no. 105, automne 2007, pp. 74-84, online version : http://www.palestine-studies.org/journals.aspx?id=9565&jid=2&href=fulltext
NAILI, Falestin, “Memories of Home and Stories of Displacement: The Women of Artas and the “Peasant Past”” Journal of Palestine Studies, no. 152, été 2009, pp. 63-74, abstract available at: http://www.palestine-studies.org/journals.aspx?id=10477&jid=1&href=abstract
NAILI, Falestin, « Imaginaires et projets millénaristes en Palestine ottomane : l'exemple de la colonie euro-américaine dans la vallée d'Artas », Chrétiens et Sociétés no. 17, Spring 2011 online version: http://chretienssocietes.revues.org/index2832.html
NAILI, Falestin, “ The millenarist settlement in Artas and its support network in Britain and North America, 1845-1878 “ Jerusalem Quarterly no. 45, Spring 2011, online version: http://jerusalemquarterly.org/ViewArticle.aspx?id=370
NAILI, Falestin, « Introduction : Images hors cadre ? L’identité entre lieu et mémoire : Perspectives moyen-orientales et latino-américaines », Science and Video, Nr. 3, Spring 2011, online: http://scienceandvideo.mmsh.univ-aix.fr/numeros/3/Pages/default.aspx

NAILI, Falestin, « Henri Baldensperger : un missionnaire alsacien et le « vivre ensemble » en Palestine ottomane », Annuaire de la Société d’Histoire de la Hardt et du Ried, no. 23, October 2011
NAILI, Falestin, « Introduction : Images hors cadre ? L’identité entre lieu et mémoire : Perspectives moyen-orientales et latino-américaines », Science and Video, Nr. 3, Spring 2011, online: http://scienceandvideo.mmsh.univ-aix.fr/numeros/3/Pages/default.aspx


ROTHENBERG, Celia E., “A Review of the Anthropological Literature in English on
the Palestinian Hamula and the Status of Women”, Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies II, 1998-9, pp. 24-48

ROTHENBERG, Celia E., “Understanding Ghada: The Multiple Meanings of an Attempted Stabbing”, Middle East Report (MERIP) 210, pp.10-12

ROTHENBERG, Celia E., Embodied Spirits: Palestinians and the Experience of Possession, (Ph.D. thesis), University of Toronto, 1998

ROTHENBERG, Celia E., “Who are we for them? On doing research in the Palestinian West Bank”, Feminist Fields: Ethnographic Insights, R. Bridgman, S. Cole, and H. Howard-Bobiwash, (eds.), Petersborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 1999, pp. 137-56

ROTHENBERG, Celia E., “Embodied Spirits: Palestinians and the Experience of
Possession”, Feminist (Re)Visions of the Subject: Landscapes, Ethnoscapes, and Theoryscapes, G. Currie and C. Rothenberg, (eds.), New York, Lexington Press, 2001,
pp. 145-58.

ROTHENBERG, Celia E., “Palestinian Village Women and Their Stories of Spirit
Possession”, Engendering Communication: Proceedings of the 5th Berkeley Women and Language Conference, S. Wertheim, A. Bailey, and M. Corston-Oliver, (eds.), Berkeley, University of California, 1998, pp.487-96

SEGER, Karen, (ed.), Portrait of a Palestinian Village: The Photographs of Hilma Granqvist, London, Third World Centre for Research and Publishing, 1981

SINGER, Amy, Palestinian peasants and Ottoman officials, Rural administration around sixteenth-century Jerusalem, Cambridge University Press, 1994

SIRIGNANO, Rosanna, “Tra dialettologia araba e antropologia: Hilma Graqnvist e il suo contributo alla conoscenza dell’arabo palestinese, 2009

SIRIGNANO, Rosanna,” Mother and Child in Palestine: the Arṭās material in Hilma Granqvist’s Nachlass at the Palestine Exploration Fund,” Studi Interculturali 3/2013, pp. 159- 181, Mediterránea, Centro di Studi Interculturali, Trieste. (English)http://www.interculturalita.it/files/si-2013-3.pdf

TUHKANEN, Pirkko Place And Palestinian Women, A Study of the Common Fate of Women in Artas University of Joensuu, April 2011

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