Cultural geography


Azaryahu, M. (1991). Die Umbenennung der Vergangeheit oder die Politik der staedtischen Architexture. Ost Berlin 1990-1991. Zeitschrift fuer Volkskunde, 88(1), 16-29.  (German)


Azaryahu, M. (1991). St. Petersburg, Petrograd, Leningrad: The rise and fall (?) of the Soviet constitutive myth. Skira Hodshit, 11-20.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1993). From remains to relics: Authentic monuments in the Israeli landscape. History and Memory, 5(2), 82-103. 


Azaryahu, M. (1995). State Cults: Celebrating Independence and Commemorating the Fallen in Israel 1948-1956. Sde Boker: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1996). Water towers in the landscape of memory: Negba, Yad Mordechai and Beerot Yitzhak. Cathedra, 79, 160-173.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1996). Mount Herzl: The creation of Israel's national cemetery. Israel Studies, 1(2), 46-74. 


Azaryahu, M. (1996). The power of commemorative street names. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 14, 311-330. 


Azaryahu, M. (1996). The spontaneous formation of memorial space: The case of Kikar Rabin, Tel-Aviv. Area, 28, 501-513. 


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)


Azaryahu, M. (1998). The golden arches of McDonald's: On the Americanization of Israel. Panim, 5, 23-28.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1981). Literature and geography. In A. Shachar (Ed.), The Structure of Geographical Thought and its Educational Implications (pp. 60-68): Israeli Geographical Society.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1983). Two streets - Two worlds. Horizons in Geography, 8, 57-69.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1985). The subjective significance of the landscape of Tzfat - Israel's city of the Kabala. Folklore, 95, 245-250. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1988). The street names of Tel-Aviv. - Chapter in cultural historical geography of the city, 1900-1934. Cathedra, 47, 118-131.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1989). Cultural-geographical aspects of street names in the towns of Israel. Names, 37, 329-344. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1989). Naming city streets - A chapter in the history of Tel-Aviv, 1909-1947. Contemporary Jewry, 10, 40-49. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1991). The Good and the Bad, Hundred of Zionist Images in Geography. London: University of London. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1994). The image of the "Palestinian" in geography textbooks in Israel. Journal of Geography, 93, 224-234. 


Bar-Gal, Y., and Shamai, S. (1983). The swamps of Yizrael valley -Images and realities. Cathedra, 30, 185-195.  (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1987). On the history of Haifa street names. Jewish Language Review, 7b, 17-28. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1992). Religions ideology and landscape formation: the case of the German Templars in Eretz-Israel. In A.R.H. Bakre, and G. Bigger,  (Eds.), Ideology and Landscape in Historical Perspective (pp. 83-106). Cambridge: C.U.P.


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1996). Between east and west: in serch of local architecture in Palestine. In Y. Gradus,  and G. Lipshitz, (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 441-449). Beer-Sheva: Ben Gurion University of the Negev Press.


Ben-Artzi, Y., and Goren, T. (1998). Designing the urban space of the Arabs of Haifa. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 16, 7-27. (Hebrew)


Benenson, I., and Portugali, J. (1995). Internal vs. external spatial information and cultural emergence in a self-organizing city. In A. Frank and W. Kihn (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory: A Theoretical Basis for GIS (pp. 431-441). Berlin: Springer. 


Ben-Meir, D. and Biger, G. (ed.) (1992). Encyclopaedia of Tel-Aviv: Education and Culture. Tel-Aviv: Me Vema Betikshoret Leumit.


Biger, G. (1976). Small Christian communities in Jerusalem and Bethlehem. In A. Shmueli and D. Grossman (eds.) Judea and Semaria, (pp. 503-514). Jerusalem: Canaan Publishing House. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1995). Foreign tree species as construction timber in 19th century Palestine. Journal of Historical Geography, 21, 262-277.


Carmon, N. (1985). Poverty and culture: Empirical evidence and implications for social policy. Sociological Perspectives, 27(4), 403-417. 


Eisenstadt, S.N., and Shachar, A. (1986). Society, Culture and Urbanization. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications. 


Fenster, T. (1997). Multiculturalism in Israeli society. In M. Burayidi (Ed.), Global Multiculturalism, National Multiculturalism: Lessons of Experience (pp. 139-152). Lanham: University Press of America. 


Fenster, T. (in press). Space for gender: Cultural roles of the forbidden and the permitted. Society and Space. 


Fleischer, A. and Felsenstein, D. (forthcoming). Estimating the Economic Impact of a Televised Event – The Case of the Eurovision Song Contest. Journal of Cultural Economics.


Gonen, A. (1998). Choosing the right place of rest: The socio-cultural geography of a Jewish cemetery in Jerusalem. In H. Brodsky (Ed.), Land and Community: Geography in Jewish Studies (pp. 87-104). Baltimore: University of Maryland Press. 


Grossman, D. (1994). The Arabs in Israel: Geographical Dynamics. Jerusalem: Bar-Ilan University Press, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press, Magness Press. (Hebrew)


Hasson, S., and Gonen, A. (1997). The cultural tension within Jerusalem's Jewish population. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew and English)


Kark, R. (1992). Land-God-Man: Concepts of land ownership in traditional cultures and in Eretz Israel. In A. Baker and G. Biger (Eds.), Ideology and Landscapes in Historical Perspective (pp. 63-82). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R., and Biger, G. (1980). Chapters in Historical Geography. Jerusalem: Academon.  (Hebrew)


Kellerman, A. (1989). Cultural uniqueness and conflict between Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv: History repeating itself? City and Region, 19-20, 126-130.  (Hebrew)


Kliot, N. (1982). Place identity of the Israeli kibbutz. Journal of Cultural Geography, 1, 112-121. 


Kliot, N. (1989). Cooperation and conflicts in maritime issues in the Mediterranean basin. GeoJournal, 18(3), 262-272. 


Kliot, N. (1990). Arab place names in Eretz Israel. Horizons in Geography(3), 71-80.  (Hebrew)


Kliot, N. (1997). Place names as manifestation of culture and politics - The Israeli context. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography at the Close of the Twentieth Century (pp. 247-253). Beer Sheva: Ben Gurion University. 


Kliot, N., and Cohen, S.B. (1982). Israel's place-names as reflection of continuity and change in nation-building. Names, 52, 227-242. 


Kliot, N., and Cohen, S.B. (1984). These are the names. In E. Shiller (Ed.), The Ze'ev Vilnay Book (pp. 315-319). Jerusalem: Ariel.  (Hebrew)


Meir, A. (1987). Nomads, development and health: Delivering public health services to the Bedouin in Israel. Geografiska Annaler, 69 B, 115-126. 


Meir, A. (1990). Provision of public services to the post nomadic Bedouin society in Israel. The Service Industries Journal, 10, 768-785. 


Meir, A., and Barnea, D. (1987). Spatial and structural aspects of development of the Bedouin educational system. Notes on the Bedouin, 278-295.  (Hebrew)


Reichman, S. and Hasson, S. (1984). A cross-cultural diffusion of colonization: from Posen to Palestine. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 74(1).


Schnell, I. (1980). L'adaptation d'innovations cultural es dans les villages du petit triangle a Israel. Etudes Rurales, 77, 81-91.  (French)


Stern, E., and Gradus, Y. (1979). Socio-cultural considerations in planning towns for nomads. Ekistics, 227, 224-230. 


Waterman, S. (1979). Ideology and events in Israeli human landscapes. Geography, 64, 171-181. 


Waterman, S. (1980). Alternative images in an Israeli town. Geoforum, 11, 277-288. 


Waterman, S. (1990). Involuntary incorporation: The case of Israel. In M.D.I. Chisholm and D.M. Smith (Eds.), Shared Space, Divided Space (pp. 178-193). London: Unwin Hyman. 


Waterman, S. (1998). Carnivals for elites: The cultural politics of arts festivals. Progress in Human Geography, 22(1), 54-74. 


Waterman, S. (1998). Cultural politics: Festivals and the sponsorship of culture in Israel.


Waterman, S. (1998). Place, culture, identity: Summer music in Upper Galilee. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 23(2), 253-267. 


Waterman, S. (1999). Cultural politics and European Jewry. London: Institute of Jewish Policy Research.


Waterman, S. (1999). Festivals and the sponsorship of culture in Israel. Panim.  (Hebrew)


Waterman, S. (forthcoming). To sing by the Jordan: Arts festivals in the Israel cultural landscape. The Journal of Festival Management and Event Tourism.