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JERUSALEM AT THE BEGINNING OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY , Spatial Continuity and Social Fragmentation[PDF]

In "Jerusalem at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, Spatial Continuity and Social Fragmentation," PhD candidate Nora Libertun de Duren considers the ways in which various elements of bureaucracy and governmental authority in the holy city influenced ideas about identity, sovereignty and space in nineteenth century Jerusalem. Taking into consideration the role of international religious bodies and nation-states in Jerusalem, she seeks to bring to light some of the political and legal implications for the city of the competitive claims of authority made by various theological and governmental actors.

THE ECONOMICS OF JERUSALEM[PDF] Leila Farsakh

URBAN DESIGN IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION AND NATIONALISM: ROTSCHILD BOULEVARD [PDF]

Hatuka, T. & Forsyth, L., 2005, "Urban Design in the Context of Globalization and Nationalism: Rothschild Boulevard," Tel Aviv, Urban Design International 10 vol. 2 June: 69-86

LOOSE ENDS: THE ROLE OF ARCHITECTURE IN CONSTRUCTING URBAN BORDERS IN TEL AVIV-JAFFA SINCE 1920'S

Hatuka, T. & Kallus, R., 2006, "Loose Ends: The Role of Architecture in Constructing Urban Borders in Tel Aviv-Jaffa since 1920s",  Planning Perspectives 21 (January): 23-44.