Tamir Arviv

Tamir Arviv
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology | technion · Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning

Azrieli Post Doctoral International Fellow

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Publications (9)
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This paper examines urban design from the socio-political concept of recognition and formulates a framework of urban space of recognition. It aims to illuminate principles of urban design that enhance the recognition of misrecognized groups in public space. Based on an analysis of a public space shared by Arabs and Jews in the mixed city of Haifa,...
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In this photo essay, a group of six academics contributed to a cross-disciplinary conversation about immigration, mobility and circulation. We tasked ourselves with subverting crisis narratives attached to global migration by exploring the habitual, mundane, and everyday aspects of migration, as well bringing into focus the bodily, intimate and aff...
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This paper offers a new perspective on everyday life in an ethno-nationally mixed vertical urban setting. It focuses on the cultivation of a shared residential identity that, seemingly, can overcome the binational divide. Drawing on interviews with Jewish and Arab residents in a new middle-class high-rise complex (HRC) in Haifa, Israel, we illustra...
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In recent decades, scholarship in the social sciences has increasingly examined the role of gender in migration, the dynamics connecting migrants with cities, and the ways that intersections of race, class, and gender inform migrants' struggles over citizenship. Global cities have relied on low income gendered and racialized labor migrants to fulfi...
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In this article, I share the voices of diverse Jewish-Israeli immigrants who cross racial, cultural, and political boundaries as they discuss their cultural diasporic identities and belongings in Israel, in Toronto, and elsewhere along their personal and familial journeys of migration. Participants’ narratives illustrate that the geographies of Jew...
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This paper explores the complex negotiations of racial identity experienced on migration. Working from a series of 48 interviews with racially diverse Israeli immigrants to Toronto, and drawing on literature on the assimilated Canadian-born Jewish population, I contrast the racial histories of Canadian and Israeli Jews – groups whose identities hav...
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In this paper, I examine personal imaginings and public representations of belonging and citizenship among a group of Jewish-Israeli immigrants who are active in pro-Israeli political demonstrations such as protests, rallies, and marches (which in recent years have become sites of clashes with local pro-Palestinian groups calling for Boycott, Dives...

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