Gili Hammer, Yossi Freier-Dror, Asnat Bar-Haim Erez, Noomi Katz, Sara Nahari, Polina Babai, Lirit Gruber, and Naomi Ferziger. 2020. Audio Description in Theaters . National Insurance Institute for Israel, The Fund for Development of Services for People with Disabilities (Hebrew).
Gili Hammer. 2020. “Expanding Intersubjective Awareness: The Anthropology of Kinaesthetic Diversity.” The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 26, 3, Pp. 554-574.
Gili Hammer. 2020. On the Importance of Disability Culture. The Ministry of Culture and Sport, The Institute of Advancing Cultural Work Integrating Artists with Disabilities (Hebrew).
Gili Hammer. 2018. “Dialogical Encounters with Disability in Integrated Dance Education.” JIPFHE (Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education) , 10, 1, Pp. 106-119.
Nili Broyer and Gili Hammer. 2018. “Disability and the Performance of Everyday Life.” In Disability in American Life: An Encyclopedia of Policies, Concepts, and Controversies, edited by Tamar Heller, Sarah Parker Harris, Carol Gill, and Robert Gould. Santa Barbara: CA: ABC-CLIO.
Gili Hammer. 2017. “Blind Women See Gender: Interpretive Tactics within the Consumer Culture.” In Gender and Capitalism: An Anthology, edited by Rona. Brayer-Garb Orna Kazin Yofi Tirosh and eds Olmert, Dana, Pp. 208-231. Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute Press and Hakibbutz Hameuchad (Hebrew).
Gili Hammer. 2017. “Performing the Sensory Body within a Tandem Cycling Group: Social Dialogues between Blindness and Sight.” In Seeking the Senses in Physical Cultures: Sensual Scholarship in Action, edited by Andrew C. Sparkes, Pp. 101-119. New York: Routledge.
Gili Hammer. 2016. “If They’re Going to Stare, At Least I’ll Give Them a Good Reason To: Blind Women’s Visibility, Invisibility, and Encounters with The Gaze.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society , 41, 2, Pp. 409-432.
Gili Hammer. 2015. “Ethnographies of Blindness: The Method of Sensory Knowledge.” In Disability and Qualitative Inquiry: Methods for Rethinking an Ableist World , edited by Laura Lorenz and Ronald J. Berger, Pp. 63-77. Burlington: Ashgate.
Gili Hammer. 2013. “This is the Anthropologist, and She is Sighted: Ethnographic Research with Blind Women.” Disability Studies Quarterly , 33, 2.
Gili Hammer. 2012. “Blind Women’s Appearance Management: Negotiating Normalcy between Discipline and Pleasure.” Gender & Society , 26, 2, Pp. 406-432.
Gili Hammer. 2011. “Blind Women and Invented Pathologies: The Claim Over Normalcy.” In Thinking Gender Papers UCLA Center for the Study of Women.