Refereed Articles

  1. T. Fenster, (1993) ’Gender Differences and their Implications on Planning and Development’, Studies in the Geography of Isreal, Vol. 14, pp. 286-302 (in Hebrew)
  2. T. Fenster, (1995) Participation as a Political Process in Enforced Resettlement Projects, Geography Research Forum, Vol. 15, (pp. 33-48)
  3. T. Fenster, (1996) Ethnicity and Citizen Identity in Development and Planning for Minority Groups, Political Geography, Vol. 15,(5), (pp. 405-418) Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd.
  4. T. Fenster, (1997) Spaces of Citizenship for the Bedouin in the Israeli Negev, Progress in Planning, Vol. 47(4), (pp.291-306)Elsevier Science Ltd.
  5. T. Fenster, (1998) ‘Gender, Space and Planning: The Bedouin Settlements in the Negev, Israel, Studies in the Geography of Israel, Vol. 16, pp. 229-254 (in Hebrew)
  6. T. Fenster, (1998) Ethnicity , Citizenship and Gender : expressions in space and planning, Gender, Place, Culture, 5(2),pp.177-189
  7. T. Fenster, (1997) Relativism vs. Universalism in Planning for Minority Women in Israel, Israel Social Science Research, 2(2), pp.75-96
  8. T. Fenster, (1999) Space for Gender: cultural roles of the forbidden and the permitted Society and Space, Vol. 17,pp.227-246
  9. T. Fenster, (1999) “On Particularism and Universalism in Modernist Planning - mapping the boundaries of social change” Plurimondi, Vol. 2, pp.127-146
  10. T. Fenster, (2002) “Planning as Control – Cutlural and Gendered Manipulation and Mis – Use of Knowledge” Hagar – International Social Science Review, Vol.3(1), pp.67-84
  11. T. Fenster, (2003) ‘Local Knowledge and Professional Knowledge- The Gendered Dilemma in The Planning of the Bedouin Settlements in the Negev, Merhavim, Vol.5, pp. 115-124 (in Hebrew)
  12. T. Fenster, (2003) ‘Separated Spaces – Shared Spaces in Jerusalem Today’, Treballs de la Societat Catalana de Geographia, No. 56, pp. 61-78 (in English)
  13. T. Fenster. (2004) ‘Globalization, Gendered Exclusions and City Planning and Management: Beyond Tolerance in Jerusalem and London’, Hagar- Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities, Vol.5(1), pp.85-104
  14. T. Fenster (2004) ”Belonging, Memory and the Politics of Planning in Israel”, Social and Cultural Geography, Vol. 5 (3), pp. 403-417
  15. Fenster, T. (2004) ‘Gendered and Cultural Diversity in Israeli Society and Space, Horizons in Geography, Vol. 60-61, pp. 375-383
  16. Alfasi, N. Fenster, T. (2005) ‘A Tale of two cities: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in the age of globalization’, Cities, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 351–363
  17. Alfasi, N. Fenster, T. (2005) ‘The National City and the Global City: Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in the Age of Globalisation’, Israeli Sociology, Vol. 2, pp. 265-293 (in Hebrew)
  18. Fenster, T. (2005) Identity Issues and Local Governance: Women’s Everyday Life in the City, Social Identities, Vol. 11 (1), pp. 23-39
  19. Fenster, T. and Yacobi, H. (2005) ‘Whose City is it? On Urban Planning and Local Knowledge in Globalizing Tel Aviv-Jaffa ’, Planning, Theory and Practice, Vol. 6(2), pp. 191-211
  20. Fenster, T. (2005) ‘The Right to the Gendered City: different formations of belonging in Everyday life’ The Journal of Gender Studies Vol. 14(3), pp. 217–231 (View Item)
  21. Fenster, T. and Vizel, I. (2006) 'Practices of Belonging in a Reality of Deportation: African Churches in Tel Aviv -Jaffa' Hagar: Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities Vol.7(1), pp.7-24
  22. Fenster, T. (2007) 'Reinforcing Diversity: From the 'Inside' and the 'Outside' Gender , Place and Culture Vol.14(1), pp. 43-49
  23. 1. Fenster, T.(2009) Cognitive Temporal (CT) Mapping: The Three Steps Method in Urban PlanningPlanning, Theory and Practice,10, 4, pp. 479-498
  24. פנסטר, ט. ומנור, א. (2010) 'אזרחות עירונית הומו-לסבית במרחב התל אביבי והירושלמי'סוציולוגיה ישראלית,  כרך י"ב, 7-28
  25. Martigani, F and Misgav, C (2011). "Next Year in Tel-Aviv": Queering the Representations from the "Inside" and the "Outside"Bollettino Della Societa Geografica Italiana XIII Vol IV: 61-71. (in Italian).
  26. Hamdan-Saliba, H. and Fenster, T. (2012) Tactics and Strategies of Power: The Construction of Spaces of Belonging for  Palestinian Women in Jaffa-Tel Aviv , Women Studies International Forum, 35, pp. 203-212