Ra’if Zureik

Aliases and/or alternative transliteration(s):  
Note: this biography may be incomplete or out of date. Extension/update suggestions are welcome.

Ra'if Zureik ... Palestinian citizen of Israel ... lawyer with long experience in the struggle for equality in housing.

A graduate of The Hebrew University (LL.B., 1988; LL.M. Magna Cum Laude, 1997), Columbia Law School (LL.M., 2001) and Harvard Law School (S.J.D., 2007), Raif Zreik, a Palestinian Israeli, is currently teaching as a visiting professor at Georgetown Law School. Before accepting this position, he taught at Haifa law school and was a researcher at the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem. His research and teaching address questions related to legal and political theory, as well as citizenship and identity issues. He has published broadly in these areas, with work appearing in edited collections and in legal and interdisciplinary journals, such as "Notes on the value of theory" in the Journal of Law and Ethics of Human Rights (2007), "The persistence of the exception: remarks on the story of Israel constitutionalism" in Thinking Palestine (a book edited by Ronit Lentin, 2007), "Palestine, Apartheid and rights discourse" in the Journal of Palestine Studies (2004) and "Palestine as exile" in Global Jurists (2003).

Material in this database by Ra’if Zureik

Number of articles: 2

Select material by Ra’if Zureik

Search among material by Ra’if Zureik

Select outlets which published material by Ra’if Zureik

What others say about Ra’if Zureik

Find database material containing this entity's name

There may be materials which mention this entity's name but which are not explicitly marked as discussing the entity.

Find materials containing all the words in this entity's name

Find materials containing this entity's name as an exact phrase

Find database material containing this entity's aliases

This entity has 2 alias(es).
To find articles which contain the words in those aliases, click on the alias hotlinks at the top of this biography and use the appropriate buttons on those alias pages.


Look for this entity's name in Google

Look for this entity's name in Google Images

See this entity's name transliterated/translated into Arabic

See this entity's name transliterated/translated into Hebrew