Abarbanel maintains that she is a vocal advocate of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement, and asks everybody she knows to support the boycotting of Israeli goods.
Jeff Spinner-Halev and Avigail
Eisenberg (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), 67-87; Ayelet Shachar, Multicultural Jurisdictions--Cultural Differences and Women's Rights (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001).
Equality, Rights and Diversity, editado por Avigail
Einsenberg y Jeff Spinner-Halev, 89-67.
Veronica Strong-Boag, Sherrill Grace, Joan Anderson, and Avigail
Moss and Kerstin Stakemeier (Maastricht, the Netherlands: Jan van Eyck Academie, 2012), 102.
Two commentators from political science and history, Avigail
Eisenberg and Bryan Palmer, were recruited to reflect on the proceedings as a whole.
in the southern Hebron hills, which was built in 2001 on an area of
In another example, Avigail
, whose husband insults King David's men, tries to appease the king with a bounty of gifts and is described in the text as a woman "of good understanding," v'ha-isha tovat sechel.
I am indebted to Avigail
Noy who kindly referred me to al-Khafaji's discussion of al-Mutanabbi's line.
I agree with Avigail
Eisenberg that cultural rights
No less hypnotic is newcomer Avigail
Tlalim, clearly one to watch, bringing three dimensions of confused, wounded vulnerability to the role of Mark's stroppy teenage sister.
Tlalim is particularly affective in conveying the pain experienced by Mark's teenage sister, Jodie, and the way she expresses her misery through self-destruction.