The Living Jerusalem project began as a research effort connected with the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in the early 1990s. The following articles provide some background on the ethnographic phase of the Living Jerusalem project in the early 1990s from the perspectives of the project curator, Amy Horowitz, and the Palestinian and Israeli research directors, Suad Amiry and Galit Hasan-Rokem:

Living Jerusalem – Cultures and Communities in Contention

Researching East Jerusalem

Representing Jerusalem

Dialogue as Ethical Conduct

Living Jerusalem Course Alumni

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