Frontiers

 

Brawer, M. (1973). Frontiers of Israel. In M. Louvish (Ed.), History of Israel from 1880 (pp. 262-283). Jerusalem: Keter Publishing Company. 

 

Brawer, M. (1977). Frontier villages in Samaria. In D. Grossman and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Judea and Samaria (pp. 411-421). Jerusalem: Canaan Publishing Company.  (Hebrew)

 

Brawer, M. (1983). Dissimilarities in the evolution of frontier characteristics along boundaries of different political and cultural regimes. In S. Waterman (Ed.), Plural and Political Geography (pp. 159-172). London: Croom Helm. 

 

Feitelson, E. (1997). The second closing of the frontier: An end to open access regimes. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 88, 15-28. 

 

Fenster, T., and Yiftachel, O. (1997). Frontier development and indigenous people. Progress in Planning, 46, 251-258. 

 

Gonen, A. (1988). Changing policies for the peopling of Israel's frontiers. In O. Yiftachel and A. Meir (Eds.), Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 141-210). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Gradus, Y., and Lithwick, H. (1996). Frontiers in Regional Development: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. 

 

Gradus, Y. (1996). The Negev desert: The transformation of a frontier into a periphery. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 321-334). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University Press. 

 

Grossman, D. (1971). The process of frontier settlement: The case of Nikeland, Nigeria. Geografiska Annaler, 53(b), 107-128. 

 

Kark, R. (1974). Frontier Jewish Settlements in the Negev 1880-1984. Tel-Aviv: Ha-Kibbutz Ha-Muchad Publishers.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1981). Jewish frontier settlements in the Negev, 1880-1948: Perception and realization. Middle Eastern Studies, 17, 334-356. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1993). Settlement frontiers revisited: The case of Israel and the West Bank. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 84, 27-39. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1997). Transitions in the meaning of frontiers: From settlement advance to regional development. Journal of Geography, 96(5), 230-234. 

 

King, R., and Gradus, Y. (1981). The Negev becomes a frontier line again, Geographical Magazine, Vol. 53 (pp. 902-909).

 

Lithwick, H., Gradus, Y., and Lithwick, I. (1996). From frontier to periphery: The development of Israels' Negev. In Y. Gradus and H. Lithwick (Eds.), Frontiers in Regional Development (pp. 143-170): Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. 

 

Meir, A., and Yiftachel, O. (1997). Frontiers, peripheries and relations in Israel: An introduction. In O. Yiftachel and A. Meir (Eds.), Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 1-14). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Newman, D. (1998). Transforming ethnic frontiers of conflict into political frontiers of peace. In O. Yiftachel and A. Meir (Eds.), Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 17-38). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Portnov, B.A. (1999). Physical environment and social attractiveness of frontier settlements. In B.A. Portnov, and A.P. Hare (Eds.), Desert Regions: Population, Migration, and Environment (PP. 161-186). Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

 

Rubin, R. (1990). The Negev as a Settled Land, Urbanization and Settlement in the Desert in the Byzantine Period. Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi and The Israel Exploration Society. (Hebrew)

 

Rubin, R., and Scherschewsky, Y. (1988). Sa'adon - an urban settlement of the byzantine period in the Negev, qadmoniot, 21, (1-2), 49-54. (Hebrew)

 

Rubin, R. (1991). Settlement and agriculture in an ancient desert frontier. Geographical Review, 81 (2), 197-205.

 

Rubin, R. (1993). The desert marches of the Roman-Byzantine Empire as a cultural crossroad. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 14, 19-30. (Hebrew)

 

Rubin, R. (1996). Urbanization, settlement and agriculture in the Negev desert - The impact of the Roman -Byzantine empire on the frontier. ZDPV, 112,  49-60.

 

Rubin, R. (1997). The Romanization of the Negev, Israel: geographical and cultural changes in desert frontier in late antiquity. Journal of Historical Geography, 23 (3), 267-283.

 

Rubin, R. (1997). Priests, soldiers, and administrators: society and institutions in the Byzantine Negev. Mediterranean Historical Review, 12(1) 56-74.

 

Rubin, R. (1998). The Roman-Byzantine empire and its desert frontiers: The Negev versus Tripolitania - a comparative study, Cathedra, 89, 63-82. (Hebrew)

 

Rubin, R. (1996). Settlement and urbanization in the Negev in late antiquity. In Y. Gradus, and G. Lipschitz, (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography at the Close of the Twentieth Century, (pp. 373-381). Beer Sheva: Ben Gurion University Press.

 

Yiftachel, O. (1996). The international frontier. Regional Studies, 30(5), 493-508. 

 

Yiftachel, O., and Meir, A. (1997). Ethnic Frontiers in Israel: Peripheral Development and Group Inequalities. Boulder: Westview.

 

Yiftachel, O., and Fenster, T. (1997). Frontiers, planning and indigenous peoples. Progress in Planning, 46, 1-9. 

 

Yiftachel, O. (1997). Nation-building or ethnic fragmentation? Ashkenazim, Mizrahim and Arabs in the Israeli frontier. Space and Polity, 1(2), 149-169. 

 

Yiftachel, O., and Meir, A. (1998). Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 250). Boulder: Westview Press.