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.
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.
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.
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].
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.
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].