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MASTERS & PHD THESES ON SABELLA'S WORK
   
       
       
       
       
 
Gabsi, Wafa. “Représentations artistiques contemporaines du sud de la méditerranée et enjeux de pouvoir: De l’identité “arabe” pour une reconnaissance dans l’espace global.” MA thesis, University of Paris 1, Panthéon la Sorbonne, forthcoming (2014).
   
       
       
 
Busse, Jan. “Observing Power as Governmentality in Palestine: De-Constructing the Dynamics of World-Societal Ordering.” PhD diss. Bundeswehr University Munich, forthcoming (2014).
   
 
   
 
   
 
Rasheed, Tabassum. “High Art among the High Rises: Cultural Constructions, Consumptions and Contestations in the UAE and Qatar.” MPhil thesis, University of Oxford, 2014, pp. 28, 40, 60–61, 86, 91, 93–94.
   
 
   
 
   
 
García Ramos, Carmen. “Resisting Occupation from the ‘Other Side’ of the Separation Wall: Photographic Work of Steve Sabella.” In “Visual Arts and Creative Direct Action in Palestine: Exploring Artistic Resistance and Sumud on the Separation Wall.” MA thesis, Erasmus University, 2011, pp. 42–47.
   
 
   
       
 
Hornstein, Stéphanie. “Expressing Exile as a Shared Experience: The Work of Steve Sabella.” In "Jerusalem Art History Journal: An Undergraduate eJournal", Vol. 1. Concordia University, 2014. p. 401-416
   
       
 
   
 
Drake, Sussane. “Steve Sabella.” In “Art contemporain palestinien: les artistes, la politique et les marchés de l’art.” MA thesis, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, p. 46–61.
   
 
   
 
   
 
Zampiero, Giuditta. “L’arte contemporanea e la ‘Nouvelle Vague’ palestinese.” In “La fotografia in Palestina: tra colonialismo visivo e ricerca identitaria.” MA thesis, La Sapienza Rome, 2013, p. 44.
   
       
       
 
Malamah-Thomas, Ann. "The Grief of Nations - An Analysis of How Nations Behave in the Wake of Loss: Does it Constitute Grief?." MPhil thesis, University of Bath, 2011, pp. 203, 205, 228.