Contemporary Israeli Geography, published by the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Haifa, Israel. This book is a collection of articles by Israeli geographers and scholars. 41 papers provide an up to date portrait of the discipline of geography in Israel in light of changes in the Middle East and the world. The papers cover a broad range of subjects including national planning issues, environmental policy and perspectives, studies in physical geography, tehcnology, tourism and pilgrimage, historical aspects of Jerusalem, the geographical impact of the Arab Israeli conflict and ethnic, cultural and gender perspectives. 426 pages, excellent condition, a large heavy book 17 x 24 cm. This volume was presented at the 30th Congress of the International Geographical Union, Glasgow UK, August 2004.