T. Dekel, Gendered – Art and Feminist Theory, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013 (205 pp.) [also published in Hebrew: T. Dekel, Gendered – Art and Feminist Theory, Tel Aviv: Kibbutz Meuhad Press, 2011 (232 pp.)] click >
T. Dekel, Transnational Identities - Women, Art and Migration in Contemporary Israel, Detroit: Wayne State University Press (upcoming: November, 2016) [also published in Hebrew: T. Dekel, Women and Migration - Art and Gender in a Transnational Age, Tel Aviv: Resling Press, 2013 (226 pp.) click >
A. BOOK AND MONOGRAPHS
Dekel, T. (2013). Gendered – Art and feminist theory. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
[also published in Hebrew: Dekel, T. (2011). Gendered – Art and Feminist Theory, Tel Aviv: Kibbutz Meuhad Press.click >
Dekel, T. (2016). Transnational identities – Women, art and migration in contemporary Israel. Detroit: Wayne State University Press. [also published in Hebrew: Dekel, T. (2013). Women and Migration - Art and Gender in a Transnational Age, Tel Aviv: Resling Press. click >
Dekel, T., Yerday, E., Almo-Wexler, E., & Keshet S. (Eds.). (2017). The monk and the lion – Contemporary Ethiopian visual art in Israel. Tel Aviv: Achoti Press (bi-lingual: English and Hebrew). click >
Dekel, T. (2019). Ageism – Art, Gender and Age in Israeli Art. Ra'anana: The Open University Press, The Academic Godlberg Fund.
Dekel, T. (2004). Maternal desire: Mary Kelly's post-partum document, feminist art in the 1970s, Assaph – Studies in Art History, 9, 161-172.
Dekel, T. (2007). Sex, race and gender – Contemporary women artists of color, the case of Kara Walker, Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice, 31(2), 82-93. click >
Dekel, T. (2007). Center-Periphery Relations: Women's Art in Israel during the 1970s, the Case of Miriam Sharon, Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, 8(3), 1-22. click >
Dekel, T. (2007). Rediscovering feminism in Israeli art: New aspects of Pamela Levy's early work, Hagar – Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities, 7(2), 129-153. click >
Dekel, T. (2009). Body, Gender and Trans-nationalism: Art and Cultural Criticism in Changing Europe, SEN – Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 9(2), 175-197. click >
T. Dekel, T. (2009). Art and struggle: Ethiopian-Israeli women artists, The International Journal of the Arts in Society, 3(5), 43-52. click >
Dekel, T. (2011). From first-wave to third-wave feminist art in Israel: A quantum leap, Israel Studies Journal, 16(1), 149-178.
Dekel, T., (2011). To (un)dress: Women, clothing and feminist ideology in modern art, The International Journal of the Arts in Society, 6(2), 171-188.
Dekel, T., (2012). Feminist art hitting the shores of Israel: Three case studies in impossible times, Frontiers - A Journal of Women Studies, 33(2), 111-128.
Dekel, T., (2014). At (art)work value: Gendered aspects of income and livelihood in the Israeli art field, Hagar – Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities, 11(2), 83-104. click >
Dekel, T., (2015). Subversive uses of perception: The case of Palestinian artist Anisa Ashkar, Signs – Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 40(2), 300-308. click >
Dekel, T., (2015). Breaking the pattern and creating new paths – Feminist Mizrahi women artists in Israel, Revista de História da Arte, 12, 93-105. click >
Dekel, T., (2016). In search of transnational Jewish art – Immigrant women artists from the Former Soviet Union in contemporary Israel, Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 5(1), 109-130.
Dekel, T., (2016). Welcome Home? Israeli-Ethiopian women artists and questions of citizenship and cultural belonging, Third Text – Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture, 29(4-5), 310-325. click >
Dekel, T. (2018). Gender and senses: The art of Anisa Ashkar, Tohu Magazine, Retrieved December 30, 2018 from click >
ARTICLES IN EDITED VOLUMES
Dekel,T., (2006). Following Kathe Kollwitz: Gendered aspects in the work of Israeliartist Ruth Schloss, In C. Versar & G. Fishhof (Eds.), Pictorial languages and their meanings (pp. 323-338). Tel Aviv: The Tel Aviv University Press.
Dekel, T., (2009). Connected vessels: Gender fluidity as reflected in Boaz Tal' work, In M. Omer (Ed.), Boaz Tal – Boazehava, a retrospective (pp. 115- 126). Tel Aviv: The Tel Aviv University Press.
Dekel, T, and Elefant, L. (2020), "Feminist artivism in Israel", Ed. Katy Deepwell, Feminist Activisms and Artivisms (pp. XXX), Amsterdam: Valiz Press.
Dekel, T. (2020), "Hyphenated: Transnational feminism in contemporary Israeli art", in: Eds. Ceren Opzinar and Mery Kelly, Under the Skin: Feminist Art from the Middle East and North Africa Today. London: The British Academy Press.
Dekel, T. (2021). "Be-Longing: Negotiating Self, Body, and Place – Filipina Women Artists in Israel", in: Ed. Basia Sliwinska, Feminist Visual Activism and the Body, London and New York: Routledge.
GUEST EDITOR OF SPECIAL VOLUMES IN JOURNALS
Dekel,T., (ed.) (2018). Special issue:"Art, Gender and Feminisms in Israel", vol 5, Gender - An Interdisciplinary Journal.
Dekel,T. (2014). Rachel S. Harris and R. Omer-Sherman (Eds.), War in Contemporary Israeli Art and Culture: Narratives of Dissent. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, Israel Studies Review, 29(1), 156-158.
Dekel, T. (2014). Y. Zalmona, A Century of Israeli Art. London/Jerusalem: Lund Humphries/Israel Museum, Israel Studies Review, 29(1), 158-161.
MOOC - MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE
Dekel, T. (2019). Art and Immigration to Israel (lesson 7, in: Feminist art and Jewish Identity click >