Jewish geography

 

Brawer, M., and N. Kadmon (1967). Atlas of the World and Jewish History. Tel Aviv: Yavneh Publishing House.  (Hebrew)

 

Brawer, M. (1994). The New Atlas of World and Jewish History. Tel Aviv: Yavneh Publishing House.  (Hebrew)

 

Glass, J.B., and Kark, R. (in press). Sephardi and Oriental Jews in Eretz Israel (Palestine). In R. Simon, S. Reguen, and M. Lankier (Eds.), The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa: Columbia University. 

 

Golan, A. (1997). Central place theory and the Israeli geography: space, holocaust, modernism and silence. Horizons in Geography, 46-47, 39-51. (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1981). The Jewish community in Jaffa at the end of the late Ottoman period. Land and Nature, 6, 152-156.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Glass, J.B. (1993). Sephardi Entrepreneurs in Eretz Israel - The Amzalek Family, 1826-1918. Jerusalem: Magness Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Ben-Yaacov, M. (1996). The role of Sephardi and Oriental Jews in the building of new neighborhoods in Jerusalem. In H. Sa'adon (Ed.), Neighborhoods in Jerusalem: The Contribution of Oriental Jews to the City's Development (pp. 7-25). Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Glass, J.B. (in press). The Jews in Eretz - Israel (Palestine), from traditional peripherality to modern centrality. Israel Affairs. 

 

Kosmin, B.A., and Waterman, S. (1986). Recent trends in Anglo-Jewish marriages. Jewish Journal of Sociology, 28, 49-57. 

 

Kosmin, B.A., Grizzard, N., and Waterman, S. (1986). Jewish deaths in the Great War as an indicator of the location, size and structure of the Jewish community in Britain. Immigrants and Minorities, 5, 181-192. 

 

Kosmin, B.A., and Waterman, S. (1989). The use and misuse of distinctive Jewish names in research on Jewish populations. Papers in Jewish Demography, 1-10. 

 

Lipshitz, G. (1991). Ethnic differences in migration patterns - Disparities among Arabs and Jews in the peripheral regional of Israel. The Professional Geographer, 49, 445-456. 

 

Romann, M. (1990). Territory and demography: The case of the Jewish-Arab national struggle. Middle Eastern Studies, 3, 371-382. 

 

Romann, M., and Weingrod, A. (1991). Living Together Separately: Jews and Arabs in Contemporary Jerusalem. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 

 

Soffer, A. (1989). Jewish and Islamic fundamentalism in Israel: Reasons, processes and results. Geographia Religionum, 13(7), 155-174. 

 

Waterman, S. (1981). Changing residential patterns of the Jewish community in Dublin. Irish Geography, 14, 41-50. 

 

Waterman, S. (1983). Neighborhood and community in residential change decisions in the Dublin Jewish community. Irish Geography, 16, 55-68. 

 

Waterman, S. (1985). A note on the migration of Jews from Dublin. Jewish Journal of Sociology, 25, 23-27. 

 

Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1986). British Jewry in the Eighties (pp. 56). London: Board of Deputies of British Jews.

 

Waterman, S. (1986). The distribution of Jews in the United Kingdom, 1984. Geography, 71, 60-65. 

 

Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1986). Mapping an unenumerated population - Jews in London. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 9, 484-501. 

 

Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1986). The Jews in London. The Geographical Magazine, 58, 21-27. 

 

Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1987). Ethnic identity, residential concentration and social welfare: Jews in London. In P. Jackson (Ed.), Race and Racism (pp. 254-271). London: Allen and Unwin. 

 

Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1987). Residential change in a middle-class suburban ethnic population: A comment. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 12, 111-117. 

 

Waterman, S. (1987). On the south side of the Liffey. The Jewish Quarterly, 34(1), 28-30. 

 

Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1988). Residential patterns and processes: A study of Jews in three London boroughs. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 13, 75-91. 

 

Waterman, S. (1989). Jews in an Outer London Borough - Barnet. London: Queen Mary College. 

 

Waterman, S. (1992). The geographic expansion of Jewish communities and its implication for social cohesion and community organization. In S. DellaPergola and L. Cohen (Eds.), World Jewish Population: Trends and Policies (pp. 106-111). Jerusalem: Institute of Contemporary Jewry, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

 

Waterman, S. (1997). The return of Jews to London. In A. Kershen (Ed.), London: the Promised Land? - The Migrant Experience in a Capital City (pp. 143-160). Avebury: Aldershot. 

 

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