“Public space and public rituals: engagement and protest in the digital age“
T. Hatuka, 2022, Urban Studies. May.
“The Political Geometries of Visibility: Ranks of Seeing in the Digital Age“
T. Hatuka, 2022, In A. Brighenti, (Ed.), The New Politics of Visibility: Spaces, Actors, Practices and Technologies. Intellect. pp 17-31.
“Choosing a place“
T. Hatuka, 2021, In M.Mitrašinovic, & V. Mehta, (Eds.), Public space Reader (190-197) Routledge.
“The new Industrial Urbanism“
T. Hatuka, 2021, Special issue: Production Urbanism: The Meta-Industrial City, Architectural Design 91/5:14-23.
The Political Premises of Contemporary Urban Concepts: The Global City, the Sustainable City, the Resilient City, the Creative City, and the Smart City
Can you turn it off? The spatial and social context of mobile disturbance.
Toch, E., Chassidim, H., & Hatuka, T. 2018, Journal of the ACM , 37(4).
The city-region as a hierarchical network: The Spatial configuration of newly built neighborhoods in the Tel Aviv
Hatuka, T. and Bar, R. 2018, Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50(4), 869–894.
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].