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This front matter section of this book titled Women, Water and Memory: Recasting Lives in Palestine contains the table of contents, a list of Arabic terms, a list of illustrations, acknowledgement and the description about fectching water. The book tells a different story about water. It is a story about how water is an endlessly evolving enactment of gender, family and community relationships in the West Bank village of Musharafah. Water is life, and people's life can be grasped and studied through water. The story rests on women's rich and detailed ability to convey water's extraordinary ability to historize, encode and regulate social relations.

Keywords: Musharafah; water; women



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