Bresheeth, H & Hood, S Introducing the Holocaust New York, Tattoo Press, 1997, 180 pp. (two editions, revised version of The Holocaust for Beginners) ISBN 1 874166 16 1. Above are pictured the English, Croatian and Turkish editions
Bresheeth, H & Hood, S The Holocaust for Beginners, London, Icon Press, 1994, 176 pp. (three editions) Translated into several languages. ISBN 1 874166 16 1
Bresheeth, H and Hammami, H (Eds) The Conflict and Contemporary Visual Culture in Palestine & Israel, special double-issue, No. 80/81, Vol. 20, issue 3-4, October 2006, of Third Text on Palestinian and Israeli Art, Literature, Architecture and Cinema. ISSN: 0952-8822
Bresheeth, H Zand, S and Zimmerman, M (eds) Cinema and Memory: Dangerous Liaisons, Jerusalem, Zalman Shazar Centre (Hebrew) 2004, 378 pp. ISBN 965-227-191-8
Bresheeth, H “Reviving the Palestine Narrative on Film: Negotiating the Future through the Past and Present in Route 181”, in Karima Laachir and Saeed Talajooy (eds) Contemporary Cultures of Resistance in Middle Eastern Cultures: Literature, Cinema and Music, Routeledge, London, 2013. pp. 138-152
Bresheeth, H “Segell Ikhtifa/Chronicle of Disappearance: Elia Suleiman, Palestine 1996” in Gönül Dönmez-Colin (ed) North African and Middle Eastern Cinema, Wallflower Press, London, 2007. pp. 169-180. ISBN: 978-1-905674-10-7.
Bresheeth, H “The Continuity of Trauma and Struggle: Recent Cinematic Representations of the Nakba” in Lila Abu-Lughod and Ahmad Sa’di (eds) Nakba: Palestine, 1948, and the Claims of Memory , Columbia University Press, New York, 2007. pp. 161–187. ISBN: 0-231-50970-7.
Bresheeth, H. “Elasticity of Narrative Time“ Peroni, Emilia (ed) Time: Psychoanalytical and Other Disciplines, Van Leer Institute/Kibutz Meuhad, Jerusalem (Hebrew, 2004). pp. 146-163. ISBN: 965-02-0261-7.
Bresheeth, H “The Long Gaze Backwards: recent Israeli Cinema” in Gordon Hon (ed) What Remains to be Seen, Multi Exposure Publications, 2004, pp. 44-49. ISBN 0-9546641-0-8
Bresheeth, H “The Development of the Vampre Genre: Marking the Social other by Blood“ in Bresheeth, H Zand, S and Zimmerman, M (eds) Cinema and Memory: Dangerous Liaisons, Jerusalem, Zalman Shazar Centre (Hebrew) January 2004, pp. 153-168. ISBN 965-227-191-8
Bresheeth, H “Givat Aliya as a Parable“, in Yehuda Shenhav (ed) Space, Land, Home, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem, 2003. (Hebrew) pp.251-257. ISBN 965-02-0173-4
Bresheeth, H. “The Great Taboo Broken – Reflections on the Israeli Reception of Schindler’s List“ in Loshitzky, Y (ed) – Spielberg’s Holocaust: Critical Perspectives on Schindler’s List; Indiana University Press, 1997, pp 193-212. ISBN: 0-253-33232-X
Bresheeth, H. “The New World Order” in Bresheeth, H & Yuval-Davis, N (eds)- The Gulf War and the New World Order , Zed Books, London 1992, pp 243-256. ISBN: 1-85649-042-4
Bresheeth, H. “Self and Other in Zionism: Palestine and Israel in Recent Hebrew Literature“, in – Khamsin: Palestine – A Profile of an Occupation Zed Books, London 1989, pp 120-152. ISBN: 0-86232-889-6.
Bresheeth, H. and Bezencenet, S. “Photographic Archives”, in Stevie Bezencenet and Phillip Corrigan Photographic Practices: Towards a Different Image, Comedia, London 1986, pp 61-65, ISBN: 0906890500
Refereed Journal Articles
Bresheeth, H “Two Theses on the Afghan Woman: Samira and Hana Makhmalbaf Filming Agheleh Farahmand”, Third Text No. 102, Vol. 24: 1, 25 — 38, Jan 2010
Bresheeth, H. “The Continuity of Trauma and Struggle: Recent Cinematic Representations of the Nakba“ in Yael Munk and Eyal Sivan (eds) On Destruction, Trauma & Cinema, a special edition Volume 2 of South Cinema Notebooks, Haifa, 2007 (Hebrew). pp. 25-45. ISBN: 978-965-7171-58-5.
Bresheeth, H. “Elasticity of Narrative Time: Time Travel in Science Fiction Cinema” in Journal of European Psychoanalysis, No. 23, 2007. pp. 59-84. ISSN: 1125-8217
Bresheeth, H “The Nakba Projected: Recent Palestinian Cinema“, in Bresheeth, H and Hammami, H (Eds) The Conflict and Contemporary Visual Culture in Palestine & Israel, special double-issue, No. 80/81, Vol. 20, issue 3-4, October 2006, of Third Text, pp. 499-509. ISSN: 0952-8822
Bresheeth, H “Projecting Trauma: War Photography and the Public Sphere” Third Text, # 78, Volume 20, Issue 1, January 2006, pp. 57-72.
Bresheeth, H. “A Symphony of Absence: Borders and Liminality in Chronicle of a Disappearance by Elia Suleiman”, Framework, # 43.2, Fall 2002. pp. 71-84. ISSN 0306-766
Bresheeth, H. “Telling the Stories of Heim and Heimat, Home and Exile: Recent Palestinian Films and the Iconic Parable of Invisible Palestine“, New Cinemas, issue # 1, October 2001. pp. 24-39. ISSN 1474-2756
Bresheeth, H. “History, Memory, Myth: Location in Pasolini’s work on Edipo Re and Il Vangello Secondo Matteo“ Zemanim, Summer 2001, # 75, Historical Quarterly of Tel Aviv University (Hebrew). pp 47-57
Bresheeth, H. “Borders and Liminality in Palestinian Cinema“, Teoria VeBikoret, Vol 18, April 2001, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem (Hebrew). pp 77-102
Bresheeth, H. “Givat Aliya as a Parable“ , Teoria VeBikoret, Vol 16, February 2000, Van Leer Research Institute, Jerusalem (Hebrew). pp 233-238
Bresheeth, H. “Memory and Commemoration in the High-Tech Era“, Paz, Iris (ed) The Shaping of Memory, Vol. 2, Askola Publications, Tel Aviv 1998 (Hebrew) pp 162-171
Bresheeth, H. “Shirin Neshat’s Women Without Men: A critical view”, in Third Text, No. 107, Vol. 24:6, pp.754-758
A large number of articles in Hebrew (Ha’aretz daily Broadsheet, Tel Aviv) and English (Al Ahram Weekly, Cairo). For examples of articles in English, please check into the Al Ahram site. Some examples:
Israel: Yo acuso (Spanish)
Deux Etats : trop peu, trop tard (French)
Sharon’s Willige Komplizen (German)
Sharon Willing Accomplices (English)
Sad Reflections on Jewish Morality (Japanese)
Entonces ¿Qué boicot prefieres? (Spanish)
Israel’s Apartheid (Prospect Magazine, July 2007)
Tale omits tiger’s bloody passage from India (THES, June 29, 2007)
Why is debate ‘illegal’? (THES, October 12, 2007)
Bresheeth, H. Public Broadcasting in Israel, (Hebrew), commissioned and published by the Ministry of Science and Culture, October 2000, Tel Aviv, Israel. A comprehensive report on the state of Public Broadcasting in Israel, and outlining the necessary changes required in order to modernise the system. Chair of Public Commission and author of the report.