Jonathan Rock Rokem
Jonathan Rock Rokem
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent
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The political geographies of urban polarization: A critical review of research on divided cities
M Allegra, A Casaglia, J Rokem
Geography Compass 6 (9), 560-574, 2012
Interventions in urban geopolitics
J Rokem, S Fregonese, A Ramadan, E Pascucci, G Rosen, I Charney, ...
Political Geography 61, 253-262, 2017
Segregation, mobility and encounters in Jerusalem: The role of public transport infrastructure in connecting the ‘divided city’
J Rokem, L Vaughan
Urban Studies 55 (15), 3454-3473, 2018
Geographies of ethnic segregation in Stockholm: The role of mobility and co-presence in shaping the ‘diverse’city
J Rokem, L Vaughan
Urban Studies 56 (12), 2426-2446, 2019
Urban Geopolitics: Rethinking Planning in Contested Cities
J Rokem, C Boano
Routledge Studies in Urbanism and the City, 2017
Rethinking cities in contentious times: The mobilisation of urban dissent in the ‘Arab Spring’
M Allegra, I Bono, J Rokem, A Casaglia, R Marzorati, H Yacobi
Urban Studies 50 (9), 1675-1688, 2013
Geographies of violence in Jerusalem: The spatial logic of urban intergroup conflict
J Rokem, CM Weiss, D Miodownik
Political Geography 66, 88-97, 2018
Planning in turbulent times: exploring planners' agency in Jerusalem
J Rokem, M Allegra
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 40 (3), 640-657, 2016
Introduction: Learning from Jerusalem-‐Rethinking Urban Conflicts in the 21st Century
J Rokem
City 20 (3), 407-411, 2016
Politics and conflict in a contested city. Urban planning in Jerusalem under Israeli rule
J Rokem
Bulletin du Centre de recherche franšais Ó JÚrusalem, 2012
Polarizations, exclusionary neonationalisms and the city
O Yiftachel, J Rokem
Political Geography, 2021
Introduction: Towards contested urban geopolitics on a global scale
J Rokem, C Boano
Urban Geopolitics, 1-13, 2017
Beyond incommensurability: Jerusalem and Stockholm from an ordinary cities perspective
J Rokem
City 20 (3), 472-482, 2016
Towards urban geopolitics of encounter: Spatial mixing in contested jerusalem
M Shtern, J Rokem
Geopolitics 28 (5), 1710-1734, 2023
Peace in cities, peace through cities? Theorising and exploring geographies of peace in violently contested cities
E Elfversson, I Gusic, J Rokem
Peacebuilding 11 (4), 321-337, 2023
Ordinary urban geopolitics: Contrasting jerusalem and stockholm
J Rokem
Urban geopolitics, 50-67, 2017
Planners amid the storm: Planning and politics in the contested metropolitan area of Jerusalem
M Allegra, J Rokem
Planning and Conflict, 145-163, 2015
In Berlin, hyper-gentrification has proved just how fast conflict-torn cities can change
JR Rokem
The Conversatio 11 (11), 2019
Reading Reece Jones’s violent borders: Refugees and the right to move
S Fregonese, B İşleyen, J Rokem, N Sigona
Political Geography 79, 2020
What Does Green Really Mean? Towards Reframing Jerusalem’s Planning Policy
J Rokem
Myrdle Court Press, 2011
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