Navigating among Housing Approaches: A Search for Convergences between Competing Epistemologies 

T. Hatuka, R. Bar 2016,  Housing, Theory and Society

Being visible in public space: The Normalization of Asymmetrical Visibility

T. Hatuka and E. Toch, 2016,  Urban Studies.

Action’s Design

T. Hatuka, in: K. Fahlenbrach, M. Klimke and J. Scharloth, 2016. Protest Cultures, Berghahn Books.

Public Space

T. Hatuka, in: K. Fahlenbrach, M. Klimke and J. Scharloth (eds.), 2016. Protest Cultures, Berghahn Books.

The challenge of distance in designing civil protest: The case of Resurrection City in Washington Mall and the Occupy Movement in Zuccotti Park

T. Hatuka, 2015. Planning Perspectives.

The Emergence of Portable Private-Personal Territory: Smartphones, Social Conduct and Public Spaces

T. Hatuka and E. Toch, E, 2014. Urban Studies.

Human-Biometeorological Conditions and Thermal Perception in a Mediterranean Coastal Park

H. Saaroni, D. Pearlmutter and T. Hatuka. 2014. International Journal of Biometeorology, pp. 1-16.

What do we mean when we say public housing? An interview with Prof. Lawrence Vale

T. Hatuka, 2014. Social security Journal, vol. 94. pp. 81-88 [Hebrew].

Imagination: A Method for Generating Knowledge about Possible Urban Futures

D. Davis and T. Hatuka, 2014. in:  E. A. Silva, P. Healey and N. Harris (Eds.), Research Methods in Planning, Royal Town Planning Institute, pp. 249-282.

Towards the Reasoned City

T. Hatuka. 2014.  in: T. Fenster and O. Shlomo (eds.), Cities of Tomorrow, Hakibutz Hameuchad, pp. 193-201 [Hebrew].

Sustainable Planning of Open Urban Areas in Developing Countries: A Lesson from a Case Study in Tel Aviv, Israel

T. Hatuka and H. Saaroni, 2014. in: W. W. Clark, Global Sustainable Communities Design Handbook, Elsevier publishers, pp. 79-92.

Resilience of Outdoor Spaces in an Era of Climate Change: The Problem of Developing Countries

T. Hatuka and H. Saaroni, 2013. Sustainability, vol. 5, pp. 90-99.

Transformative Terrains: Counter Hegemonic Tactics of Dissent in Israel

T. Hatuka, 2012. Geopolitics, vol. 17(4), pp. 926-951.

The Need for Advocating Regional Human Comfort Design Codes for Public Spaces: A Case Study of a Mediterranean Urban Park

T. Hatuka and H. Saaroni, 2012. Landscape Research, vol. 39(3), pp. 287-304.

Civilian consciousness of the mutable nature of power: Dissent practices along a fragmented border in Israel/ Palestine

T. Hatuka, 2012. Political Geography,  vol. 31(6), pp. 347–357.

Designing Protests in Public Space

T. Hatuka, 2011. Metropolitiques.

The Right to Vision: A New Planning Praxis for Conflict Cities

D. Davis, and  T. Hatuka, 2011. Journal of Planning Education, vol. 31(3), pp. 241-257

Habitats under Contestation

T. Hatuka, 2011. lo Squaderno, vol. 21, pp. 17-19

Transcending the Utopian-Pragmatic Divide in Conflict Cities: Applying Vision and Imagination to Jerusalem’s Future

D. Davis and  T. Hatuka, 2011. in: N. Coleman (ed.), Imaging and Making the World, Reflections on Architecture and Utopia, Ralahine Utopian Studies, pp. 249-282.

The Fragility of Memory and its Remedy through Spatial Practices

T. Hatuka, 2010. in: Fenster, T. and Yacobi, H. (eds.), Remembering, Forgetting and City Builders, Ashgate, pp. 193-200.

Politics and Culture in the Making of a City-Center: The Case of Taksim Square, Istanbul

T. Hatuka and A. Baykan, 2010. Planning Perspectives, vol. 25(1), pp. 49–68.

***Planning Perspectives prize for the best planning history article published in the journal in the last two years***

Urban Absence: Everyday Practices versus Trauma Practices in Rabin Square, Tel Aviv

T. Hatuka, 2009. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, vol. 26(3), pp. 198-212.

Negotiating Space: Analyzing Jaffa protest’s Form, Intention and Violence, October 27th 1933

T. Hatuka, 2008. Jerusalem Quarterly, vol. 35, pp. 93-106.

The Architecture of Repeated Rituals

T. Hatuka, R. Kallus, 2008. Journal of Architectural Education, vol. 61(4), pp. 85-94.

Walking as Politics

T. Hatuka, 2008.  in: Actions: What You Can Do With the City, Montréal: CCA Publications, pp. 70-77.

After Postmodernism: Readdressing the Role of Utopia in Urban Design and Planning

T. Hatuka and A. D’Hooghe, 2007. Places Jounal, vol. 19(2), pp. 20-27.

The Myth of Informal Place-making: Stitching and Unstitching Urban Space – Atarim Square in Tel Aviv

T. Hatuka and R. Kallus, 2007. Journal of Architecture, vol. 12(2), pp. 147-169.

Mediation between the State, the City, and the Citizens: Architecture along Tel Aviv’s shoreline

T. Hatuka and R. Kallus , 2007. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, vol. 24(1), pp. 23-41.

Loose Ends: The Role of Architecture in Constructing Urban Borders in Tel Aviv-Jaffa since 1920’s

T. Hatuka and R. Kallus, 2006. Planning Perspective, Vol. 21 (January), pp.23-44.

Borders and Boundaries between Tel Aviv and Jaffa

T. Hatuka, in Fenster, T. and Yacobi, H. (eds.), 2006. in: Israeli City or Cities in Israel? Questions of Identity, Meanings and Power, Hakibutz Hameuchad and Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem, pp. 44-77 [Hebrew].

Urban Design in the Context of Glocalization and Nationalism: Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv

T. Hatuka and L. Forsyth, 2005. Urban Design International, vol. 10, pp. 69-86.

Architecture and Citizenship: the Case of Rabin Square

T. Hatuka, 2005. Jamaa, vol. 13, pp. 41-71 [Hebrew].

In Between: Representing the Urban Environment and the Self

R. Kallus and T. Hatuka, 2005. in: Pousin, F. (ed.), Figures de la Ville et Construction des Savoirs, Paris: CNRS editions, pp. 139-150.

Revision Moments: the Case of Rabin Square

T. Hatuka, 2004. Theory and Criticism, vol. 24, pp. 85-111.

City and Citizenship: The Development of the Tel Aviv Shoreline

T. Hatuka and R. Kallus, 2004. in: Moria-Klein, Y., & Barnir, S. (eds.), Back to the Sea, Tel Aviv: Israeli Pavilion, 9th Architecture Biennale, Venice, pp. 118-131.

Parallel Realities: Hassan Beq Mosque, Tel Aviv 2003

T. Hatuka, 2003. in: Moria, Y. and Barnir, S. (eds.), Public Space, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Museum, pp. 68-77 [Hebrew].

Imagined Environments: Between the National and the Everyday

T. Hatuka, and R. Kallus, 2002. Motar, vol. 11, pp. 65-78 [Hebrew].

Between East and West: Thinking about Architectural Culture

R. Kallus and T. Hatuka, 2002. Alpayim, vol. 26, pp. 41-63 [Hebrew].