1. Introduction: Jerusalem of Heaven, Jerusalem on Earth 2.
Harbingers of Modernization: Pilgrimage and Tourism to Jerusalem in
the Late Ottoman Period (1850-1917) 3. When West Meets East:
Tourism in Jerusalem under British Rule (1917-1948) 4. The Divided
City: The Development of Tourism in East and West Jerusalem
(1948-1967) 5. Tourism in the Reunited City (1967-2000) 6. The Role
of Tourism in Jerusalem's Future 7. Tourism in Jerusalem: Past,
Present, and Future
Kobi Cohen-Hattab is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, Bar Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. His main research interests are historical-geography of tourism, tourism in historical towns, holy places and tourism development, and the evolution of seaside resorts. Noam Shoval is an Associate Professor at the Department of Geography, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His main research interests are tourism and culture as tools for urban regeneration, tourism management in heritage cities, and the implementation of advanced tracking technologies for spatial research.