Publications

— Rafi Segal, Els Verbakel, Mario Gandelsonas, ed., In Search of the Public; Notes on the Contemporary American City, CAUI; Princeton, Island Press, Washington D.C., 2013

— Rafi Segal – “Whiteout City –Tel Aviv’s Culture of the New,” In the Life of Cities –Parallel Naratives of the Urban, Mohsen Mostafavi editor, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Lars Müller Publishers, 2012, pp. 223-237

— Rafi Segal – “Parallel Realities, Israel’s Spaces of Conflict and Retreat,” Architecture Atlas of Africa and the Middle East, Arquitectura Viva, Madrid, 2011

— Rafi Segal, Yonatan Cohen, Matan Mayer – “ Seabound Cities and Mediterranean Ports,” http://www.opendemocracy.net/rafi-segal-yonatan-cohen-matan-mayer/seabound-cities-and-mediterranean-ports

— Rafi Segal – “Well Cultivated House,” Ecoredux: Design Remedies for an Ailing Planet, AD (Architectural Design) issue, November/December 2010, Wiley and Sons, London, 2010, pp. 110-116

— Rafi Segal – “The Habit of Form,” Pidgin 6, School of Architecture, Princeton University, 2009, pp. 88-96

— Rafi Segal, Els Verbakel, ed., Cities of Dispersal, AD (Architectural Design) issue, January 2008, Wiley and Sons, London, 2008

— Rafi Segal, Els Verbakel – “Garden State/Backyard City,” Visionary Power – 3rd Architecture Biennale Rotterdam Catalogue, Rotterdam, 2007

— Rafi Segal – “Politics into Architecture (School),” Pidgin 2, School of Architecture, Princeton University, 2007, pp.1-4

— Rafi Segal, Eyal Weizman ed., A Civilian Occupation – The politics of Israeli Architecture, Babel; Tel Aviv, Verso; London, 2003. French edition, translated by Muriel Gilbert, Une Occupation Civile – la politique de l’architecture israelienne, Les Editions de L’imprimeur; Paris, 2004

— Rafi Segal – “The Palmach History Museum Tel Aviv,” The Journal of Architecture, Vol. 8 Summer 2003, pp. 247-259

— Rafi Segal, Eyal Weizman, Anslem Franke ed., Territories – Islands, Camps and other States of Utopia, KW – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, and Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Koln, 2003

Lectures

2012

— Urbanisms, Lecture and Discussion Series, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, New Jersey

— The Outside from Within , Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

2011

— Boundary Objects, University of San Diego, California

— Right of Passage, Bezalel Academy of Art and Architecture, Jerusalem, Israel

— Things Seen from There, Alfred Neumann’s Work in Israel, Rafi Segal in conversation with Dan Handel, Bezalel Academy of Art and Architecture, Jerusalem, Israel

— From Building to Outpost: Religious Sites in Israeli Architecture: Middle Ground/Middle East: Religious Sites in Urban Context, Symposium at Yale School of Architecture, New Haven, Connecticut

2010

— The Minimum, Cambridge Talks, symposium on Design and Politics, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

2009

— Architecture beyond Design, Student Lecture Series, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

— The Urban Condition, California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo, California

2008

— Endless Cities, Urban Voids, Centro Cultural São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

— Ethics and/or Aesthetics: Alfred Neumann’s architecture in 1960s Israel, Media and Modernity Colloqium, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

— Cities of Dispersal, Urban book Center, Architectural League, New York, New York

— Alfred Neumann and the ‘Humanization of Space’, ha’yarkon 70, Artist space, Tel-Aviv, Israel

2007

— The Habit of Form, Cooper Union School of Architecture, New York, New York, April 12, 2007

2006

— Architects in Conflict, Pratt Institute, discussion, New York, December 14, 2006

— From Object to Pattern, and back again, Columbia University, GSAPP, New York, New York, April 14, 2006

2005

— Space of politics, Benenson lecture series, Duke University, Department of Art & Art History, Durham, North Carolina, Nov. 28-30, 2005

— On Humanism and Abstraction – The Architecture of Alfred Neumann, 2nd International Alvar Aalto research conference on Modern Architecture, Jyvaskyla, Finland, Aug. 12-14, 2005

2005

— The fantastic realities of maps, Urban Design program, School of Architecture, Colombia University, New York, New York. June 15, 2005

— Unit, Repetition, Polyhedral Spaces – in the work of Alfred Neumann, 1959-1967, PhD Forum, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, New Jersey, March 22, 2005

2004

— Politics into Art: exhibiting Territories, Royal Academy of Art, Stockholm, Sweden, December 17, 2004

— The Architecture of War and war through Architecture, School of Architecture, Colombia University, New York, New York, October 25, 2004

— Territorier, fronter och krigets arkitektur, Index Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden, September 9, 2004

— Constructed Battlefields, Greyzones: Geopolitics, piracy and counter-geography symposium, Konsthall, Malmo, Sweden, May 27, 2004

— Constructed Conflict, The landscape of Israel-Palestine, ‘Reconstructing Identity’ Symposium, Graduate Design School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 9, 2004

— A Civilian Occupation –the politics of Israeli Architecture, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 13, 2004

— A Civilian Occupation – the politics of Israeli Architecture, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, California, March 10, 2004.

— A Civilian Occupation – the politics of Israeli Architecture, NYU – Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern studies and the A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic studies, New York, New York, February 10, 2004

2003

— Borders, Settlements, and Road maps, Academie van Bouwkunst, Amsterdam, Netherlands

— Borders, Settlements, and Road maps, Delft University, Delft, Netherlands

— Borders, Settlements, and Road maps, Lunchtime lecture series, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, New Jersey

— A Civilian Occupation –the politics of Israeli Architecture, Forbes college, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

— A Civilian Occupation – the politics of Israeli Architecture, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts

— A Civilian Occupation –the politics of Israeli Architecture, TTT workshop, Tilburg, Netherlands

— Scattering White Cubes – realized projects, Lunchtime lecture series, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, New Jersey

2002

— The Laboratory and the dark room, Kunstlerhaus, Stuttgart, Germany

— Der bewachte Raum – at ‘Gewalt,-Gedächtnis – Verständigung’, Goethe Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel

— Of identical spaces, “The other space” symposium, Holon Academic Institute of Technology, Holon, Israel

2001

— An instrument of dialogue, Association of United Architects, Tel Aviv, Israel

— The Artificial Horizon, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

2000

— Emptied Barracks – The Palmach History Museum, “Architecture in Israel” symposium, organized by AIT journal (Germany) Einav center, Tel Aviv, Israel

— The Palmach History Museum, Colloquium, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel