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Publications

Anderson, J. (2008) From Empires to Ethno-National Conflicts: A framework for studying 'divided cities' in 'contested states' Part I. Conflict in Cities Working Papers Series, 1.  www.conflictinicities.org/workingpapers


Anderson, J. (2010) Democracy, Territoriality and Ethno-National Conflict: A Framework for Studying Ethno-Nationally Divided Cities Part II. Conflict in Cities Working Papers Series, 18.  www.conflictinicities.org/workingpapers


Anderson, J. (2012) Borders in the New Imperialism. In T. Wilson and H. Donnan (eds.) A Companion to Border Studies.  Malden MA: Wiley-Blackwell.


Anderson, J. (2013) Imperial Ethnocracy and Demography: Foundations of Ethno-National Conflict in Belfast and Jerusalem. In W. Pullan and B. Baillie (eds.) Locating Urban Conflicts: Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the Everyday.  London: Palgrave MacMillan.


Baillie, B. (2012) Archaeology in Ethnic Conflict. In Neil Asher Silberman (ed). Oxford Companion to Archaeology, 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Baillie, B. (2013) Memorializing the ‘Martyred City’: Negotiating Vukovar’s Wartime Past. In W. Pullan & B. Baillie (eds.) Locating Urban Conflicts: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and the Everyday. Palgrave Macmillan.


Baillie, B. (2013) Capturing facades: structural violence and the (re)construction Vukovar’s churches. Space and Polity,17(3).


Bakshi, A. (2012) A Shell of Memory: The Cyprus Conflict and Nicosiaʼs Walled City. Memory Studies, 5(4), pp.477-94.


Bakshi, A. (2012) The Legacy of Ottoman Building in Nicosia: Hans as Spaces of Coexistence in Pre-conflict Cyprus. International Journal of Islamic Architecture, 1(1), pp.109-130. 


Bakshi, A. (2013) Trade and Exchange in Nicosia’s Shared Realm – Ermou Street in the 1940s and 1950s. In R. Bryant (ed) Shared Spaces and their Dissolutions: Practices of Coexistence in the Post-Ottoman Sphere. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.


Dumper. M. (2010) Constructive Ambiguities? Jerusalem, International Law and Palestinian-Israeli conflict. In S. Akram, M. Dumper, M. Lynk and I. Scobbie (eds.) International Law and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. London, Routledge.


Dumper, M. (2011) A False Dichotomy? The Binationalism Debate and the future of Divided Jerusalem, International Affairs, 87 (3), pp. 671-685.


Dumper, M. (2013) Israel, Palestine and the future of Jerusalem.  New York: Columbia University Press.


Dumper, M. (2013) Security and the Holy Places of Jerusalem: The ‘Hebronisation’ of the Old City and Adjacent Areas. In W. Pullan & B. Baillie (eds.)  Locating Urban Conflicts: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and the Everyday.  Palgrave Macmillan.


Dumper, M and Larkin, C. (2012) The Politics of Heritage and the Limitations of International Agency in Divided Cities: The role of UNESCO in Jerusalem's Old City, Review of International Studies, 38(1): 25-52.


Dumper, M. and Pullan, W. (2010) Jerusalem: The Cost of Failure. Chatham House Briefing Paper. London: Chatham House. www.chathamhouse.org.uk


Hernandez, F. and Sternberg, M. (2013) Borderlands of the EU: The Spanish Enclave of Ceuta in Morocco. In W. Pullan & B. Baillie (eds.)  Locating Urban Conflicts: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and the Everyday.  Palgrave Macmillan.


Kastrissianakis, K. (2012) Transformations urbaines et l’affirmation de nouvelles souverainetés: le cas de Beyrouth. In CNRS Rives méditerranéennes.  Aix-en-Provence: Universite de Provence.


Komarova, M. (2011) Imagining a Shared Future: Post-conflict Discourses on Peace-building. In K. Hayward and C. O’Donnell (eds.) Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution.  London: Routledge, pp.143-159.


Komarova, M. and O’Dowd, L. (2013) Territorialities of Capital and Place in ‘Post-Conflict’ Belfast. In W. Pullan & B. Baillie (eds.) Locating Urban Conflicts: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and the Everyday. Palgrave Macmillan.


Kyriacou, L. and Pullan, W. (2013) Jerusalem’s best laid plans: the amphitheater and square at Damascus Gate. In M. Casanova and C. Boonekamp (eds.) Palestine: Urban Travel Log. Munich: Institute for International Architecture Documentation.


Larkin, C. (2010) Remaking Beirut: Contesting Memory, Space, and the Urban Imaginary of Lebanese Youth. City & Community, 9(4), pp.414-442.


Larkin, C. 2011 Between Silence and Scream: Lebanese Postmemory. In S. Khalaf (ed.) The Marginalisation and Mobilisation of Arab Youth Saqi Press: London


Larkin, C. (2012) Memory and Conflict in Lebanon: Remembering and Forgetting the Past. London: Routledge.

 

Larkin, C. (2013) Speaking in the Silence: Youthful Negotiations of Beirut’s Postwar Spaces and Memories. In W. Pullan & B. Baillie (eds.) Locating Urban Conflicts: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and the Everyday. Palgrave Macmillan.


Larkin, C. and Dumper, M. (2012) In Defence of Al-Aqsa: The Islamic Movement inside Israel and Battle for Jerusalem. Middle East Journal, 66(1), pp.30-51.


Leonard, M. and McKnight, M. (2010) Teenagers’ Perceptions of Belfast as a Divided or Shared City, Shared Space, 10, pp. 23-37.


Leonard, M. and McKnight, M. (2011) Bringing down the walls: young people’s perspectives on peace-walls in Belfast. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31(9), pp.569-582.


Leonard, M., McKnight, M. and Spyrou, S. (2011) Growing up in divided societies: confronting continuity and change, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31 (9/10), pp.520-530.


McEldowney O., Anderson J., and Shuttleworth I. (2011) Sectarian Demography: Dubious discourses of ethno-national conflict. In K. Hayward and C. O'Donnell (eds.) Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating Peace in Northern Ireland, London: Routledge, pp.160-176.


O’Connor, K. (2012) Belfast revisited: Everyday policy making in a contested environment. Irish Political Studies. iFirst, pp. 1-20.


O’Dowd, L. (2012) Contested states, frontiers and cities. In T. Wilson and H. Donnan (eds.) Companion to Border Studies. Oxford: Blackwell.


O’Dowd, L. and Komarova M. (2011) Contesting Territorial Fixity: A Case Study of Urban Regeneration in Belfast. Urban Studies, 48(10), pp. 2013-28.


O’Dowd, L. and McKnight, M., eds. (2013) Space and Polity Special Issue: Religion, Violence, and Cities, 17(3).

O’Dowd, L. and McKnight, M. (2013) Urban Intersections: Religion and Violence in Belfast. Space and Polity, 17(3).

Pullan, W. (2006) Locating the Civic in the Frontier: Damascus Gate. In M. Miessen and S. Basar (eds.) Did Someone Say Participate? An Atlas of Spatial Practice. Cambridge MA and London: MIT Press and Frankfurt: Revolver, pp.109-22.


Pullan, W. (2007) Contested Mobilities and the Spatial Topography of Jerusalem. In L. Purbrick, J. Aulich and G. Dawson (eds.) Contested Spaces: Cultural Representations and Histories of Conflict. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.49-73.


Pullan, W. (2011) Frontier urbanism: The periphery at the centre of contested cities. The Journal of Architecture, 16(1), pp.15-35.


Pullan, W. (2012) Strategic Confusion: Icons and Infrastructures of Conflict in Israel-Palestine. In  K. Till (ed) Interventions in the Political Geographies of Walls. Political Geography, 31(6).


Pullan, W. (2013) At the boundaries of the sacred: The reinvention of everyday life in Jerusalem’s al-Wad Street. In E. Barkan and K. Barkey (eds.) Choreographing the Sacred. New York: Columbia University Press.


Pullan, W. (2013) Conflict’s Tools. Borders, boundaries and mobility in Jerusalem’s spatial structures.  Mobilities, 8(1): 125-147.

Pullan, W. (2013) Bible and Gun: The militarisation of Jerusalem’s holy sites. Space and Polity, 17(3).

Pullan, W. (2013) Spatial Discontinuities: Conflict Infrastructures in Contested Cities. In W. Pullan & B. Baillie (eds.) Locating Urban Conflicts: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and the Everyday. Palgrave Macmillan.

Pullan, W. and Baillie, B. (eds.) (2013).  Locating Urban Conflicts: Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the Everyday. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Pullan, W. and Gwiazda, M. (2012) The Making of Jerusalem’s Holy Basin. Planning Perspectives: An International Journal of History, Planning and the Environment, 27(2), pp.219-42.


Pullan, W. and Gwiazda, M. (2009) Designing the Biblical Present in Jerusalem’s “City of David”, in A. Webber, U. Staiger & H. Steiner (eds.) Memory Culture and the Contemporary City: Building Sites. London: Palgrave Macmillan.


Pullan, W., Misselwitz, P., Nasrallah, R. and Yacobi, H. (2007) Jerusalem’s Road 1: An Inner City Frontier? City, 11(2), pp.175-97.
Pullan, W. and Sternberg, M. (2012) The Making of Jerusalem’s Holy Basin. Planning Perspectives: An International Journal of History, Planning and the Environment, 27(2): 219-42.

Pullan, W., Sternberg, M., Larkin, C., Dumper, M. and Kyriacou, L. (2013). The Struggle for Jerusalem’s Holy Places.  Routledge.
Smyth, L. and McKnight, M. (2010) The Everyday Dynamics of Belfast’s ‘Neutral’ City Centre, 
Conflict in Cities Working Papers Series, 15.  www.conflictinicities.org/workingpapers
Smyth, L. (2009) Gender and Public Space in Divided Cities: Dynamics of everyday urban life, 
Conflict in Cities Working Papers Series, 11.  www.conflictinicities.org/workingpapers
Wallach, Y. (2011) Shared Space in pre-1948 Jerusalem? Integration, Segregation and Urban Space through the eyes 
of Justice Gad Frumkin. Conflict in Cities Working Papers Series, 21. www.conflictinicities.org/workingpapers 

O'Connor, K. (2012) ‘Belfast revisited: Everyday policy making in a contested environment’, Irish Political Studies, ifirst, pp 1-28

Bakshi, A. 2013. 'A Shell of Memory: The Cyprus Conflict and Nicosia’s Walled City,' Memory Studies 6(4) 1750698012449785. First published on July 9, 2012 as doi:10.1177/1750698012449785.

Anderson, J. (2012) ‘Borders in the new imperialism’ in T. M. Wilson and H. Donnan (eds.) Companion to Border Studies. Oxford: Blackwell (forthcoming May).

Anderson, J. (2012) ‘Democracy and territoriality: Ethno-national conflict and the necessity of trespass’. In I. Filibi et al. (eds.) Democracy with(out) Nations: Old and New Foundations for Political Communities in a Changing World, Bilbao: University of the Basque Country Press.

Kastrissianakis, K. (2012) ‘Transformations urbaines et l'affirmation de nouvelles souverainetés: le cas de Beyrouth’ in "Rives méditerranéennes", Unité Mixte de Recherche, CNRS, Université de Provence. Conference Proceedings from Journée Jeunes Chercheurs: Jeux de pouvoirs et transformations de la ville en Méditerranée (forthcoming June).

Leonard, M., McKnight, M. & S. Spyrou (eds.) (2012) ‘Growing up in divided societies’ International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 31 (9/10).

Leonard, M. & M. McKnight (2012) ‘Bringing down the walls: young people’s perspectives on peace-walls in Belfast’ International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 31(9/10): 569-582.

O’Dowd, L. (2012) ‘Contested states, frontiers and cities’. In T. M. Wilson and H. Donnan (eds.) Companion to Border Studies. Oxford: Blackwell (forthcoming May).

Gwiazda M. & W. Pullan (2011) ‘Parkland as dispossession: The antagonistic role of landscape in Jerusalem’. European Federation of Landscape Architects Online Journal, 'Special issue: Political Implications of Urban Landscapes' 1: 25-28.

Pullan, W. & M. Sternberg (2012) ‘The making of Jerusalem’s Holy Basin,' Planning Perspectives: An International Journal of History, Planning and the Environment, 27(2): 219-42.

Rootamm, L. (2012) ‘‘I don’t feel well here anymore’ – new Berlin through the eyes of East Berliners’. In A. Mrozowicki et al (eds.) ‘Sprawstwo: teorie, metody, badania empiryczne w naukach społecznych’. Kraków: Zakład Wydawniczy "Nomos" (forthcoming autumn).

Larkin, C. & M. Dumper 2012. ‘In Defence of Al-Aqsa: The Islamic Movement inside Israel and Battle for Jerusalem’, Middle East Journal 66(1): 30-51.

Bakshi, A. 2012. 'The Legacy of Ottoman Building in Nicosia: Hans as Spaces of Coexistence in Pre-conflict Cyprus,' International Journal of Islamic Architecture 1(1): 107-128.

Bakshi, A. (2011) ‘Memory and place in divided Nicosia’, Spectrum Journal of Global Studies 3 (4): 27-40.

Larkin, C. 2012. Memory and conflict in Lebanon: remembering and forgetting the past. Routledge:London.

Larkin, C. (2011) ‘Lebanese postmemory’. In R. Khalaf and S. Khalaf (eds.), Arab youth: social mobilization in times of risk, Saqi Press, 127-145.

Dumper, M & C. Larkin. 2012. ‘The politics of heritage and the limitations of international agency in divided cities: The role of UNESCO in Jerusalem's Old City, Review of International Studies 38(1):25-52.

Larkin, C. 2011. ‘Between Silence and Scream: The Lebanese Postmemory Experience’ in Arab youth: social mobilization in times of risk, R. Khalaf and S. Khalaf (eds.), Saqi Press: London.

Gwiazda, M & W. Pullan. 2011. ‘Negotiating conflict in the urban environment: Jerusalem’s Damascus Gate.’ In Peter Beacock, Geoffrey Makstutis, Robert Mull with Stepahnie Rhodes and Jen Ng (eds.) Intercultural Interaction in Architectural Education. London:  London Metropolitan University. 26-32.

Dumper, M. 2011. A False Dichotomy? The Binationalism Debate and the Future of Divided Jerusalem.‘ International Affairs 87:3.

Pullan, W. 2011. 'Frontier urbanism: the periphery at the centre of contested cities' The Journal of Architecture, 16: 1, 15 — 35.

Pullan, W. & M. Gwiazda. 2011. 'Jerusalem's Holy Basin: Who Needs It?' Palestine-Israel Journal, 17.1-2: 172-79.

Pullan, W. & M. Gwiazda (2010) ‘Conflict in Cities and the Contested State’ Bulletin for the Council of British Research in the Levant, vol. 5.1; 79-83.

Dumper, M. (2010) ‘The Role of Awqaf in Protecting the Islamic Heritage of Jerusalem, 1967-2010’ In D. Emtiaz (ed.) Hamam Al Ayn / Hamam Al Hana’: Essays and Memories in Celebration of a Historic Public Bath House in Jerusalem’s Old Arab city. Al-Quds University, Jerusalem.

Komarova. M. 2011. ‘Imagining a Shared Future: Post-conflict Discourses on Peace-building’. In K. Hayward & C. O’Donnell (eds.) Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution. London, Routledge.

Anderson, J. I. Shuttleworth (with I. O. McEldowney). 2011. ‘Sectarian Demography: Dubious Discourses of Ethno-national Conflict’. In K. Hayward & C. O’Donnell (eds.) Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution. London, Routledge.

Leonard, M. & M. McKnight (2010) Teenagers’ perceptions of Belfast as a divided and/or shared city, Shared Space (10) 23 - 37.


O’Dowd, L. 2010. ‘Belfast Transitions’. In P. Hadaway (ed.) Where Are the People. Belfast, Belfast Exposed Photography: 22-37.

O’Dowd, L. & M. Komarova (2010) Contesting Territorial Fixity: A Case Study of Urban Regeneration in Belfast’, Urban Studies.

Pullan, W. & M. Gwiazda (2010) 'Conflict in Cities and the Contested State.' Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant 5(1):79-83.

Larkin, C. (2010) 'Remaking Beirut: Contesting Memory, Space, and the Urban Imaginary of Lebanese Youth.' City and Community 9(4).

Larkin, C. (2010) 'Beyond the War? The Lebanese Postmemory experience.' International Journal of Middle East Studies 42:615-635.

Dumper, M. (2010), ‘Constructive Ambiguities? Jerusalem, International Law and the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict‘. In S. Akram, M. Dumper, M. Lynk and I. Scobbie (eds.) International Law and the Peace Process. London, Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-415-57323-8.

Dumper , M. (2010) ‘The Hebronisation of Jerusalem.’ Guardian Online, 10 March.
(http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/mar/10/jerusalem-hebron-israel-palestine)

Dumper, M. & W. Pullan (2010) ‘The truth that faces Jerusalem...divided cities can never flourish.The Independent, 1 March.
(http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/mick-dumper-and-wendy-pullan-the-truth-that-faces-jerusalem-divided-cities-can-never-flourish-1913697.html<)

Dumper, M. & W. Pullan (2010) ‘Jerusalem: The Cost of Failure’. Chatham House Briefing Paper. London, Chatham House: The Royal Institute of International Affairs, February 2010 (www.chathamhouse.org.uk/publications/papers/view/-/id/835/).

Dumper, M. & C. Larkin (2009) ‘UNESCO and Jerusalem: Constraints, Challenges and Opportunities.’ Jerusalem Quarterly, 39: 16-28. ISSN: 1565-2254.

Dumper, M. (2009) ‘”Two-State Plus”: Jerusalem and the Binationalism Debate.’ Jerusalem Quarterly, 39: 61-5. ISSN: 1565-2254.

Dumper , M. (2009) ‘Jerusalem’s troublesome sheikh’, Guardian Online, 7 October.
(http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/oct/07/jerusalem-sheik-raed-salah-islamic)

Dumper, M. (2009) ‘No Change in Jerusalem, yet.’ Guardian Online, 1 July.
(http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jul/01/jerusalem-israel-palestine-settlement)

Pullan, W. (2009) ‘The space of contested Jerusalem’. Jerusalem Quarterly, 39: 39-50. ISSN: 1565-2254.

Pullan, W. & M. Dumper (2009), guest editors, Jerusalem Quarterly, vol. 39. Institute of Jerusalem Studies, University of California Press. 

Pullan, W. & M. Gwiazda (2009) ‘“City of David”: Urban Design and Frontier Heritage’. Jerusalem Quarterly, 39: 29-37. ISSN: 1565-2254.

Pullan, W. & M. Gwiazda (2009) ‘Designing the Biblical Present in Jerusalem’s “City of David”.’ In U. Staiger, H. Steiner & A. Webber (eds.) Memory Culture and the Contemporary City. London, Palgrave Macmillan: 106-25. ISBN: 978-0-230-57665-0.

Pullan, W. & L. Kyriacou (2009) ‘Reconciling ideological urban visions with everyday city spaces: Contradictions in the work of Charles Ashbee.’ Jerusalem Quarterly, 39: 51-61 . ISSN: 1565- 2254.

Anderson, J. (2008), ‘Imperialism and Nationalism: The Home Rule struggle and border creation in Ireland, 1885-1925', with Liam O’Dowd, Political Geography 26 (8):934-950.


Anderson, J. (2008) ‘Partition, consociation, border-crossing: Some lessons from the national conflict in Ireland/Northern Ireland’, Nations and Nationalism 14(1): 85-104.

Dumper, M. (2008) 'Gloom over Jerusalem', Gaurdian Online, Saturday 16 February. (http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/feb/16/gloomoverjerusalem).

Pullan, W. (2007) 'Contested mobilities and the spatial topography of Jerusalem'. In L. Purbrick, J. Aulich & G. Dawson (eds.) Contested Spaces: Sites, Representations and Histories of Conflict. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-230-01336-0


Pullan, W. (2007), ‘Jerusalem’s Road 1: An Inner City Frontier?’, with Philipp Misselwitz, Rami Nasrallah and Haim Yacobi, City 11(2): 175-97.


Pullan, W. (2006) 'Locating the Civic in the Frontier: Damascus Gate', In M. Miessen & S. Basar (eds.) Did Someone Say Participate? An Atlas of Spatial Practice. Cambridge Mass & London: MIT Press and Frankfurt: Revolver:109-22.


Anderson, J. (2006) 'Reflections on the Irish 'peace process' - what Gerry Adams should have said to Mahmoud Abbas', Conflict in Focus, Issue 14-15, Bi-Monthly Bulletin, Regional Centre on Conflict Prevention, Jordan Institute of Diplomacy, Amman, Jordan, August/October 2006, 16-18.


Pullan, W. (2004) 'A One-sided Wall' , Index on Censorship, 33(3): 78-82; reprinted in Scroope. Cambridge Architecture Journal, 17 (2005), 118-23; translated as 'I muri della discordia', Caffee Europa 264 (2004) www.caffeeuropa.it/pensareeuropa/264pullan.html

 



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