Norman G. Finkelstein received his doctorate in 1988 from the Department of Politics at Princeton University.
He currently teaches at Sakarya University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies in Turkey.
Finkelstein is the author of ten books that have been translated into 50 foreign editions:
Method and Madness: the Hidden story of Israel’s assaults on Gaza (OR Books: 2014);
Old Wine, Broken Bottle: ARI SHAVIT’S PROMISED LAND (OR Books: 2014);
Knowing Too Much: Why the American Jewish romance with Israel is coming to an end (OR Books: 2012);
What Gandhi Says, About Nonviolence, Resistance and Courage (OR BOOKS: 2012);
“This Time We Went Too Far”: Truth and consequences of the Gaza invasion(OR Books, 2010; expanded paperback version, 2011);
Beyond Chutzpah: On the misuse of anti-Semitism and the abuse of history (University of California Press, 2005; expanded paperback edition, 2008);
The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the exploitation of Jewish suffering (Verso, 2000; expanded paperback edition, 2003);
Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestine Conflict (Verso, 1995; expanded paperback edition, 2003);
A Nation on Trial: The Goldhagen thesis and historical truth (with Ruth Bettina Birn) (Henry Holt, 1998);
The Rise and Fall of Palestine: A personal account of the intifada years (University of Minnesota, 1996).
Finkelstein has also published several pamphlets, most recently, Goldstone Recants: Richard Goldstone renews Israel’s license to kill (OR Books, 2011).
He is currently working on a new book with Palestinian political analyst Mouin Rabbani, entitled How to Solve the Israel-Palestine Conflict.