Ciência-IUL    Publicações    Descrição Detalhada da Publicação    Exportar

Exportar Publicação

A publicação pode ser exportada nos seguintes formatos: referência da APA (American Psychological Association), referência do IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), BibTeX e RIS.

Exportar Referência (APA)
Esteves, A. & Abusalama, M. (2020). “Green Knowledge Community, Beats for Gaza”: Transnational linkages and institutional obstacles to the diffusion of arts and permaculture-based resilience knowledge among youth in Gaza. Bethlehem University Journal. 37, 68-84
Exportar Referência (IEEE)
A. M. Esteves and M. Abusalama,  "“Green Knowledge Community, Beats for Gaza”: Transnational linkages and institutional obstacles to the diffusion of arts and permaculture-based resilience knowledge among youth in Gaza", in Bethlehem University Journal, vol. 37, pp. 68-84, 2020
Exportar BibTeX
@article{esteves2020_1618284487485,
	author = "Esteves, A. and Abusalama, M.",
	title = "“Green Knowledge Community, Beats for Gaza”: Transnational linkages and institutional obstacles to the diffusion of arts and permaculture-based resilience knowledge among youth in Gaza",
	journal = "Bethlehem University Journal",
	year = "2020",
	volume = "37",
	number = "",
	doi = "10.13169/bethunivj.37.2020.0068",
	pages = "68-84",
	url = "https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.13169/bethunivj.37.2020.0068#metadata_info_tab_contents"
}
Exportar RIS
TY  - JOUR
TI  - “Green Knowledge Community, Beats for Gaza”: Transnational linkages and institutional obstacles to the diffusion of arts and permaculture-based resilience knowledge among youth in Gaza
T2  - Bethlehem University Journal
VL  - 37
AU  - Esteves, A.
AU  - Abusalama, M.
PY  - 2020
SP  - 68-84
SN  - 2410-5449
DO  - 10.13169/bethunivj.37.2020.0068
UR  - https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.13169/bethunivj.37.2020.0068#metadata_info_tab_contents
AB  - This article offers insights on how the institutional and material limitations,
posed by the Israeli/Egyptian blockage on Gaza, promote learning processes that
impact the strategic choices of an activist collective. It uses ethnographic data to
explore micro processes of reasoning and decision-making in “Green Knowledge
Community, Beats for Gaza”, a network of Palestinian and international group of
young activists aiming to promote grassroots-level resilience to Israeli occupation
in this Palestinian territory. It analyses the shift from an initial focus on building
an arts therapy school, which turned out to be unfeasible due to limitations both of
the ground and among potential international donors, to a focus on permaculture,
regarded as a strategy that could circumvent those limitations by mobilizing
endogenous resources. The collective became progressively aware of the need
to direct transnational knowledge diffusion to the support of the struggle for food
sovereignty and grassroots economic self-determination through the localizing
of agricultural production. This was due to the circumstances of the Israeli
military occupation, Israeli/Egyptian blockage and the inclusion of a significant
amount of arable land in the Gaza/Israel buffer, as well as to strategic choices of
international donors, as well as the Hamas government.
ER  -