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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-23
  2. Introduction

    1. Philipp Misselwitz, Tim Rieniets
      Pages 24-33
  3. Enclaves/Exclaves

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 81-83
    2. Eyal Weizman
      Pages 84-92
    3. Sari Hanafi
      Pages 93-101
    4. Sharon Rotbard
      Pages 102-112
    5. David Newman
      Pages 113-120
    6. Rassem Khamaisi
      Pages 121-129
    7. Yehotal Shapira
      Pages 130-152
  4. Barriers/Links

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 153-155
    2. Stephen Graham
      Pages 156-162
    3. Rassem Khamaisi, Rami Nasrallah
      Pages 163-170
    4. Oren Yiftachel, Haim Yacobi
      Pages 171-175
    5. Shmuel Groag
      Pages 176-184
    6. Jane Hilal, Sandra Ashhab
      Pages 185-208
  5. Monuments/No-Man’s-Lands

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 209-211
    2. Derek Gregory
      Pages 212-221
    3. Issam Nassar
      Pages 222-226
    4. Amir Paz-Fuchs, Efrat Cohen-Bar
      Pages 227-234
    5. Rachel Leah Jones
      Pages 235-236
    6. Naama Meishar, Yehotal Shapira
      Pages 237-246
  6. Confrontation/Exchange

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 247-249
    2. Tamar Berger
      Pages 250-255
    3. Rema Hammami
      Pages 256-280
    4. Irit Rogoff
      Pages 281-285
    5. Yaakov Garb
      Pages 286-294
    6. Michael Romann
      Pages 295-301
    7. Salim Tamari
      Pages 302-311
    8. Orhan Esen
      Pages 312-318
  7. Innovation Destruction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 319-321
    2. Zakaria Mohammed
      Pages 322-327
    3. Thomas Abowd
      Pages 328-336
    4. Alona Nitzan-Shiftan
      Pages 337-346
    5. Nathan Marom
      Pages 347-368
    6. Sylvaine Bulle
      Pages 369-376
    7. Rami Nasrallah
      Pages 377-382
    8. Galit Eilat
      Pages 389-392
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 393-400

About this book

Introduction

War has entered the cities. Since September 11, 2001 at the latest, it has become apparent that this is the case not only in Jerusalem and the Middle East, but also in Western metropolises. This book presents a thorough investigation of the current situation in Jerusalem from a trilateral perspective: Israeli, Palestinian, and international experts air their views. The discussion centers on the production and use of urban space under the conditions created by the conflict, including, for example, the so-called security fence, urban enclaves, exclaves, the approach to monuments and no-man’s-land, and the instrumentalization of infrastructures, which leads to the crass juxtaposition of highly developed and impoverished urban spaces.

The conflict, however, does not bring with it destruction and violence alone, but also exhibits ambivalent effects and, along with them, new cultural and urban realities. Jerusalem has become a prototype in the age of new urban violence.

Keywords

Architecture Israel Jerusalem Urbanismus conflict urbanism violence

Editors and affiliations

  • Philipp Misselwitz
  • Tim Rieniets
    • 1
  • Zvi Efrat
    • 2
  • Rassem Khamaisi
    • 3
  • Rami Nasrallah
    • 4
  1. 1.Institute for Urban DesignSwiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH)Zurich
  2. 2.Efrat-Kowalsky ArchitectsIsrael
  3. 3.Department of GeographyHaifa UniversityHaifa
  4. 4.International Peace and Cooperation Center (IPCC)Jerusalem

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