Cities in Israel




Karmon, Y. (1965). Ashdod: A new Mediterranean port in Israel. Geography, 254-258.




Amiran, D.H.K., Shachar, A., and Charney, I. (1995). Eilat and the Aravah settlements - A geographical appraisal, Eilat: Studies in the Archaeology, History and Geography of Eilat and the Aravah (pp. 335-367). Jerusalem: The Israel Exploration Society. 


Azaryahu, M. (1997). The mythic geography of the 11th Adar: From Tel Hai to Birya and Eilat. Horizons in Geography, 46-47, 9-20.  (Hebrew)


Feitelson, E., and Elgar, A. (1991). Eilat: Multiple conflicts in an inherently uncertain environment. Coastal Management, 19, 357-369. 


Hayuth, Y., and Stern, E. (1984). Developmental effects of geopolitically located ports: The case of Aqaba and Eilat. In B.S. Hoyle and D. Hilling (Eds.), Seaport Systems and Spatial Change (pp. 239-256): John Wiley and Sons. 


Karmon, Y. (1963). Eilat: Israel's Red Sea Port. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 54, 117-126.




Grossman, D. (1981). The bunched settlement pattern - Western Samaria and the Hebron Mountains. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 6, 491-505. 


Grossman, D. (1982). The expansion of the settlement frontier of Hebron's Western and Southern fringes. Geography Research Forum, 5, 57-73. 


Grossman, D. (1984). Land use modifications and population growth in the Southern Hebron Mountains. In R. Majoral and F. Lopez (Eds.), Rural Life in Highlands and High Latitude Zones (pp. 153-162). Barcelona: University of Barcelona Press. 


Grossman, D. (1988). Oscillation of settlement and demographic changes in the Hebron Mountains. In F. Chifelle (Ed.), Rural Planning, Vol. 15 (pp. 71-97). Neuchatel: Geo-Regards. 


Grossman, D. (1988). The spatial dispersion process of the rural settlements in the Southern Shefelah and Hebron Mountains. In E. Stern and D. Urman (Eds.), Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah (pp. 201-212). Givatayim: Massada.  (Hebrew)


Grossman, D. (1990). Fluctuations in Arab settlement in the Hebron Mountains as a background for Jewish land purchase. In R. Kark (Ed.), Redemption in the Land of Eretz Israel - Ideology and Practice (pp. 218-244). Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi.  (Hebrew)


Karmon, Y. (1971). The vineyards of Hebron. Geografisch Tijdschrift, 5, 501-510. 


Karmon, Y. (1975). Changes in the urban geography of Hebron during the nineteenth century. In M. Maoz (Ed.), Studies on Palestine during the Ottoman Period (pp. 70-86). Jerusalem. 


Romann, M. (1987). Jews and Arabs in Hebron: Between confrontation and coexistence. The Jerusalem Quarterly, 43, 49-70. 




Glass, J.B., and Kark, R. (in press). Haim Amzalak, H.B. vice consul at Jaffa, 1872-1903. In A. Newman (Ed.), Britain and the Holy Land. Leicester: Leicester University Press. 


Kark, R. (1980). Jewish Community in Jaffa at the end of the late Ottoman Period. Cathedra, 16, 13-24.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1981). The rise of Jaffa as the social and cultural center of the new Jewish settlement in Palestine. In M. Eliav (Ed.), The First Aliyah Book, Vol. 3 (pp. 212-235). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1983). Jaffa in transition from village to city: Change in the urban patterns. In D. Grossman (Ed.), Between the Yarkon and Ayalon (pp. 105-124). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1984). Jaffa - A City in Evolution 1799-1917. Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1986). The contribution of the Ottoman regime to the development of Jerusalem and Jaffa, 1840-1917. In D.K. Leiden and E.J. Brill (Eds.), Palestine in the Late Ottoman Period (pp. 46-58). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi. 


Kark, R. (1988). Cartographic sources for the study of Jaffa from the Napoleonic siege until the British conquest. Cartographic Journal, 25, 37-49.