University of Groningen The socio-spatial development of Jaffa-Tel-Aviv : The emergence and fadeaway of ethnic divisions and distinctions

@inproceedings{Aleksandrowicz2017UniversityOG,
  title={University of Groningen The socio-spatial development of Jaffa-Tel-Aviv : The emergence and fadeaway of ethnic divisions and distinctions},
  author={Aleksandrowicz and Akkelies van Nes and Joaquim P. Silva and M.................................. and Bacharel and Lu{\'i}sa Cannas da Silva},
  year={2017}
}
This paper examines how a cognitive boundary with no physical presence has affected life in the cities of Jaffa and Tel Aviv, not only during its time of existence (1921-1950) but many decades after it was erased from all official documents. In 1921, the national aspirations of Jews in Jaffa, embraced by the local British Mandate government, triggered a segregation process that resulted in an official administrative split of Jaffa’s urban area and the creation of the “Hebrew” city of Tel Aviv… CONTINUE READING

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