'After Israel is an original, engaging and beautifully written analysis of the political unit called Israel and how, through cultural transformation, it is possible to move beyond it.'
Ronit Lentin, Trinity College Dublin
'After Israel is a secular book. It refuses to accept Zionism as a religious dogma; this excellent book rather dares to read Zionism as an episode in the history of Palestine, and of the two peoples that live there. This is neither an apocalypse nor a prophecy. It is a daring political and cultural analysis of the processes undermining the current Israeli regime that are at work today.'
Ariella Azoulay, author of From Palestine to Israel and The One State Condition
'A rare combination of sophisticated theory and fascinating, incisive detail, Svirsky captures the complexity of Jewish-Israeli subjectivities at the level of the practices of everyday life. After Israel is an important and provocative contribution to rethinking and remaking Israel-Palestine.'
Chris Weedon, Cardiff University
'This highly original work goes far beyond most recent books on Palestine-Israel which focus on "two state" or "one state" solutions to the conflict. Its humanist and liberating methodologies show the imperative of a cultural transformation of Israel, for the sake of all victims of Zionism, Jews and Palestinians.'
Nur Masalha, University of London