Dorothy Drummond

Dorothy Drummond
Dorothy Drummond
Holy Land, Whose Land? Modern Dilemma, Ancient Roots
The Holy Land struggles with the continual intrusion of the past upon the present. “Holy Land, Whose Land? Modern Dilemma, Ancient Roots” investigates the tradition, history, and beliefs that underlie the deep divisions between Israelis and Palestinians. Without bias, she tells the complicated story — both sacred and profane — of a unique, beautiful, and tortured land.

Note: This book, published in 2004, is now in process of revision, with the 3rd edition to be published in 2014.
The World Today, Peoples and Cultures, McGraw-Hill
People on Earth. Scott-Foresman
World Geography, Scott Foresman
Terre Haute, IN USA
Dorothy Drummond is an educator, author, speaker, and world traveler. She is a former president of the National Council for Geographic Education, has authored three World Cultures textbooks, and has traveled widely in the Middle East.
Holy Land, Whose Land? Modern Dilemma, Ancient Roots
The Arab Spring and the Peace Process
The Seven Wonders of the World, Then and Now
The Pilgrimage to Compostela

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