Chapters in Books - Published in Refereed books

  1. T. Fenster, (1996) Ethnicity, Citizenship and Gender - expressions in space and planning - the Israeli experience, in:Gradus, Y. and Lifshitz, G. (Eds.) The Mosaic of Israeli Geography, Westview Press, pp. 45-52
  2. T. Fenster, (1997) Multiculturalism in Israeli Society, in: Burayidi,M. (ed.) Global Multicultluralism, national multiculturalism: Lessons of Experience University Press of America, Lanham.pp. 139-152
  3. T. Fenster, (1997) Planning for the Ethiopian Jews in the Negev: issues of ethnicity and citizen identity, in: Meir, A. and Yiftacheal, O.(eds.) Ethnic Frontiers and Pheripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel Westview Press.
  4. T. Fenster, (1997) Ethiopian Women Migrants into Israel: the loss of space and body? In: Lentin, R. (Ed.) Women and Catastrophe Zed Books, London, pp. 225-240
  5. T. Fenster, (1999) “Introdcution: Gender, Planning and Human Rights” In: Fenster, T.(Ed.) Gender, Planning and Human Rights,Routhladge, London (10,000 words), pp. 3-24
  6. T. Fenster, (1999) Gender ,Human Rights and Planning (as control) for Minority Women in Israel In: Fenster, T.(Ed.) Gender ,Planning and Human Rights Routhladge, London, pp. 39-54
  7. T. Fenster, (2001) “Planning, Culture, Knowledge and Control: Minority Women in Israel” In: Yiftachel, O. Little, J. Hedgcock, D. Alexander, I.(Eds) The Power Of Planning Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp.77-90
  8. T. Fenster, (2004) On Belonging and Spatial Planning in Israel, In: Yacobi, H. (Ed). Constructing a Sense of Place: Architecture and the Zionist Discourse, Ashgate, pp. 285-302
  9. T. Fenster, (2005) ‘Space and Cultural Meanings’. Ph. Essed, D.T. Goldberg & A. Kobayashi (Eds). A Companium to Gender Studies, Madden, MA, USA; Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers. pp. 467-474
  10. T. Fenster, (2005) “Gender and Belonging in the City” in: Nelson, L. and Seager, J. (Eds.) A Companium on Feminist Geography, Blackwell, pp. 242-256
  11. T. Fenster, (2006) ‘Gender Relations in Israeli City: The Case of Jerusalem’ In: Fenster, T. and Yacobi, H. (eds) Israeli City or City in Israel? Issues of Identity, Meaning and Power, Hakibbutz Hameuhad and Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem (in Hebrew)
  12. T. Fenster, (2005) Gender, Religion and Urban Management: Women’s everyday life in the city, In: Morin, K. and Guelka, J. K. (eds) Women, Religion, Space