Mapping the nation: street names and Arab‐Palestinian identity: three case studies

@article{Azaryahu2002MappingTN,
  title={Mapping the nation: street names and Arab‐Palestinian identity: three case studies},
  author={M. Azaryahu and R. Kook},
  journal={Nations and Nationalism},
  year={2002},
  volume={8},
  pages={195-213}
}
The naming of streets is part of the ongoing process of mapping the boundaries of the nation. This article examines three sets of Arab-Palestinian street names – pre-1948 Haifa and Jerusalem and post-1948 Umm el Fahm – as locally constructed ‘texts of identity’ in the historical and political context of their official creation. The investigation aims at charting the ideological orientations represented and the political messages entailed in these three different textual manifestations of Arab… Expand
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