Open Jerusalem has been disseminating the research carried out by its researchers in different forms, such as books, journal articles, academic blog posts, and interviews. In this respect, and in collaboration with Brill, the project has launched the “Open Jerusalem” series, edited by Vincent Lemire and Angelos Dalachanis.
The Open Jerusalem series at Brill is dedicated to individual or collective works that reveal and connect different archives and sources to investigate the ordinary, entangled history of a global city through the lens of urban citizenship.
The series is not confined to the chronological limits of the project. Our ambition is to cover Jerusalem’s history during the entire 19th and 20th centuries through original monographs and translations based on extensive archival research on Jerusalem. These works are not only published in traditional print form, but also digitally in open access.
The first volume in the Open Jerusalem series is Ordinary Jerusalem, 1840-1940: Opening New Archives, Revisiting a Global City, edited by Angelos Dalachanis and Vincent Lemire (2018).
We’re delighted to announce that the second volume of the Open Jerusalem Book Series, A Liminal Church: Refugees, Conversions and the Latin...READ MORE
We’re delighted to announce that the first volume of the Open Jerusalem Book Series, Ordinary Jerusalem, 1840-1940: Opening New Archives,...READ MORE
The Autumn 2017 issue of Jerusalem Quarterly (JQ 71) includes an article by Stéphane Ancel and Vincent Lemire entitled “Across the...READ MORE
Open Jerusalem contributed to the 71st issue of Jerusalem Quarterly, the theme of which is Diplomacy in Jerusalem, with a paper entitled “The...READ MORE
Abdul-Hameed Al-Kayyali, Open Jerusalem core team member, and Hassan Hassan, Open Jerusalem research collaborator, are the authors of the article...READ MORE