Books and Special Issues

  1. Allweil, Y., Homeland: Zionism as Housing Regime, 1860–2011, History, Planning and Environment Series. London: Routledge. 2017.
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  2. Motta, N., and Allweil, Y., eds. “The Architecture of Housing after the Neoliberal Turn”, Footprint #24. 2019.
  3. Allegre, A., and Allweil, Y., “Special Issue: Spaces for Children as ‘Citizens of the Future’ in the Service of 20th century Political Ideology”, Childhood in the Past Journal. 2020.
  4. Allweil, A., and Caramellino, G., “Special Issue: The Terms of Dwelling: Re-Theorizing Housing through Architecture”, Urban Planning 7.1. Expected March 2022.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Allweil, Y and Zemer, N. Brutalism and Community in Middle Class Mass Housing: Be’eri Estate, Tel Aviv, 1965–PresentUrban Planning.7.1 (2022), 349–368.
  2. Date, Kartikeya, and Yael Allweil. “Towards a new image archive for the built environment.” Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science (2021): 23998083211011474.
  3. Hilell, Keren Ben, and Yael Allweil. “Infrastructure development and waterfront transformations: Physical and intangible borders in Haifa port city.” Urban Planning 6.3 (2021): 43-57.
  4. Allweil, Y., and Ben-Hillel, K., “Field as Archive / Archive as Field: Conducting Research of West Bank Settlements”, in IJIA, 9, Number 2, pp. 337-360. 2020.
  5. Allweil, Y., “Settlement Housing as Real Estate Neoliberal Lab”, in ACME. Vol. 3 19. Number 1. 2020.
  6. Cohen, S., & Allweil, Y., “Towards Non-Ageist Housing and Caring in Old Age”Urban Planning, 5(4), 155–170. 2020. doi:
  7. Majerowitz, M., & Allweil, Y. “Housing in the Neoliberal City: Large Urban Developments and the Role of Architecture“. Urban Planning, 4(4), 43-61. 2019.
  8. Allweil, Y., and Zemer, N., “Housing-Based Urban Planning? Sir Patrick Geddes’ Modern Master Plan for Tel Aviv, 1925”, Special Issue: Housing Builds Cities, Urban Planning, Vol. 4, Issue 3. 2019.
  9. Mota, N., and Allweil, Y., “Editorial: The Value of Housing”, Footprint #24. Pp. 1-10.
  10. Allweil, Y., “Experimental Architecture for Homeless Self Housing”, in JAE 72:1. 2017.
  11. Allweil, Y., “They Kill, We Build: West Bank Settlements, Housing Neoliberalization and Zionist Housing Ethos Transformation from Shelter to Violence“, in Footprint, 19, 2017.
  12. Allweil, Y., “Plantation: Modern-vernacular Housing and Settlement in Ottoman Palestine, 1858-1918,” in Architecture Beyond Europe (ABE), 9-10. Pp. 1-25. 2016.
  13. Allweil, Y., “Tent: Uncanny Architecture of Agonism for Israel/Palestine 1910-2011“, in Urban Studies. 2016.
  14. Allweil, Y., and Kallus, R., “Re-forming Masculinity in the City: The Interplay of Body and Territory of the Israeli Male Sabra” in City, 17.6. Pp. 1-30. 2014.
  15. Allweil, Y., “Surprising Alliances for Dwelling and Citizenship: Arab Participation in the Mass Housing Protests of Summer 2011 in Israelin International Journal of Islamic Architecture (IJIA), 2:1. Pp 41-75. 2013.
  16. Allweil, Y., “Israeli Housing and Nation Building: Establishment of the State-Citizen Contract, 1948- 1953” in Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review (TDSR), vol. XXIII number II, pp. 61-68. 2012.
  17. Allweil, Y., “The ARC: Formal Structure for a Palestinian State”, Places Journal, 20 (3). Pp 24-29. 2008.
  18. Allweil, Y., “The House of Dance and Feathers Mardi Gras Indian Museum- New Orleans, LA”, Places Journal, 19 (3). Pp 12-17. 2007.
  19. Allweil, Y., “Shrinking Cities: Like a Slow-Motion Katrina”, in Places Journal, 19 (1). Pp 91-93. 2007.

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters

  1. Allweil, Yael. “Gehry’s Lou Ruvo Center in Las Vegas as a Housing Critique. Yael Allweil Architecture Thinking across Boundaries: Knowledge transfers since the 1960s (2021): 29.
  2. Allweil, Y., “Both City and Village: The West Bank ‘Communal Settlement’ as Architecture and Planning Lab”, in Ben-Asher Gitler, I., and Geva, A., eds., Israel as A Modern Architectural Experimental Lab (1948- 1978), London: Intellect Press. 2019.
  3. Allweil, Y. “Nation Building in Israel: Negotiations over Housing as Grounds for the State- Citizen Contract” in Gharipour, M., and Kilinc, K. eds. Social Housing in the Middle East, Indiana University Press. 2019.
  4. Allweil, Y., “Jus-Situ? Surprising Proposals for Place-Based Citizenship by Jewish and Arab-Palestinian Israelis, 2011 Mass Housing Protests and Beyond”, in Lyon, C. M., and Goebel, A., eds., Citizenship and Place, London: Rowman and Littlefield. 2018.
  5. Allweil, Y., “Living with Geddes”, in Amir, T., ed., Signs, Hargol, Tel Aviv. 2017.
  6. Allweil, Y., “Anarchist City? Patrick Geddes’ 1925 Anarchist Housing-Based Plan for Tel Aviv, and the Housing Protests of 2011” in Springer, S., White, R. J., and Sauza, M., eds. Transgressing Frontiers: Anarchism, Geography, and the Spirit of Revolt, London: Rowman and Littlefield. 2016.
  7. Allweil, Y., and Kallus, R., “Public Space Heterotopias of Masculinity”, in Dehean, M., and De Cotour, L., eds., Heterotopia and the City, New York: Routledge. Pp 191-201. 2008.
  8. Allweil, Y., “A Man Gets Lost on a Balcony”, in Kallus R. and Hatuka T. eds., Local Architecture – Identity, Representation and Memory, Resling, Tel Aviv, pp. 311-320. 2005.

Exhibition Catalogs and Other Publications

  1. Ben-Asher Gietler, I. Allweil, Y. Gordon, D, Tamir, E. Timely Teaching: Modernist Architecture and Modern Education Exhibition Catalogue, Jaffa: United Israeli Architects Gallery. 2018.
  2. Allweil, Y., “Today’s Child is Tomorrow’s State: Beit-Alpha Children’s House”, in Ben Asher –Gietler, I. and Allweil, Y. eds, Timely Teaching: Modernist Architecture and Modern Education Exhibition Catalogue, Jaffa: United Israel Architects, 2018.
  3. Allweil, Y., “Citizen Housing as Experimental Architecture: Arlozerov Homeless Camp as Laboratory”, in Kallus, R., Donag, R., and Hefetz, S., eds., Social Hub for Dwelling and Community, Technion IIT. 2018.
  4. Aleksandrowicz, O. and Allweil, Y. Automated semantic interpretation of architectural digital imagery: Writing and rewriting Postmodern Tel Aviv-Jaffa architectural history. DHNord 2017: (dé) construire l’histoire numérique conference. 2017.
  5. Allweil, Y., “Geodesic Domes for the Tel Aviv Homeless”, Uneven Growth Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art (MoMa), New York City. November 22, 2014 – May 10, 2015.
  6. Allweil, Y., “Wild North-West: The Appropriation of the Tel Aviv North-West Shore by SUV Drivers”, in Block, 4: Occasional Cities, pp 48-51. 2007.
  7. Allweil, Y., and Treitel, V., “La Isla Bonita”, in Barnir, S., and Moria, Y. eds., Back to the Sea – Catalogue of the Israeli Pavilion at the 9th Venice Architecture Biennale, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, pp. 144-161. February 2004.
  8. Allweil, Y., “Who Turned Off Electricity Park?”, in Barnir, S., and Moria, Y. eds., Public Space – Catalogue of the exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum of Arts, Tel Aviv Museum of Arts, pp. 101-105. 2003.