Violent acts and urban space in contemporary tel aviv jewish history life and culture michael neiditch series editor violent acts and urban space in contemporary tel aviv tali hatuka foreword by diane e davis university of texas press austin revisioning moments the jewish history life and culture series is supported by the late milton t . Violent acts and urban space in contemporary tel aviv cover violent acts and urban space in contemporary tel aviv violent acts and revisioning moments 2 absence urban space and civil participation in rabin square the assassination of prime minister rabin november 4 1995 the violent history of this border zone pinpoints the . Violent acts over the past fifteen years have profoundly altered civil rituals cultural identity and the meaning of place in tel aviv three events in particular have shed light on the global rule of urban space in the struggle for territory resources and power the assassination of prime minister rabin in 1995 in the city council square the suicidal bombing at the dolphinarium . Tali hatuka is lecturer and head of the laboratory for contemporary urban design in the department of geography and human environment at tel aviv university she was previously the fulbright and marie curie european community research fellow in the department of urban studies and planning at mit. The countless violent acts in tel aviv have become almost routine followed by revisioning moments enacted by the government media municipalities police and citizens that have themselves become habitual practices touching all levels of society
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