Hermann, T. (forthcoming). Democracies and Citizens – Reflections on the Trust Aspect. Israeli Demmocracy (tentative title). Defence Ministry Publishing House.[Hebrew]
Hermann, T. (forthcoming). The Public Image of the Reform Community in Israel. In O. Schiff and E. Ben Lulu, eds. The Israeli Reform Community (tentative title).
Hermann, T., (The Sociodemogaphic-Political Nexus and the Weakening of the National Consensus. In Hazan Reuven, et. al., eds., Oxford Handbook on Israeli Politics and Society. Oxford University Press.
Raphael Cohen-Almagor, Tamar Hermann, Sam Lehman-Wilzig, Hanna Herzog and Ruvi Ziegler. Review of Diego Rotman, The Stage as a Temporary Home (Jerusalem: Magnes, 2018) (Hebrew), The Israel Studies Review, Vol. 34, Issue 2 (Autumn 2019): 178-179.
Hermann, T., Neither Spartanor Athens: Israeli Public Opinion on National Security. In Klieman, Aaron andStuart, Cohen, eds., Routledge Handbook on Israeli Security.( London: and New York: Routledge, 2019) pp. 51-65.
Hermann, T., and Ephraim Yuchtman-Yaar. The Oslo Process – 25 Years After. In Ephraim Lavi and Mordechai Tamarkin, eds., The Oslo Process (tentative title). (Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, the Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, 2019.) [Hebrew]
Hermann, T., (2015). Gone with the wind? A retrospective analysis based on the 2011 Israeli socio-political protest campaign. (New Delhi: Knowledge World Publishers).
Hermann, T., The calm after the storm: Ineffectual protest after the 2006 Lebanon War as an indication of changing patterns of citizens' political participation in Israel. In D. HaCohen and M. Lissak (eds.), Crossroads of decisions in Israel (Jerusalem: The Ben Gurion Institute, 2010), pp. 524-559.
Hermann, T., Realistic nonviolence: Arba Imahot, the Four Mothers movement in Israel. In M. J. Stephan (ed.), Civilian jihad: Nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), pp. 253-264.
Hermann, T., The role of civil society and NGOs in peacebuilding in Israel. In E. Kaufman, W. Salem and J. Verhoeven (eds.), Bridging the divide: Peacebuilding in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (Boulder, CO: Lynne Reinner, 2006), pp. 39-58.
Hermann, T. and E. Yuchtman-Yaar, The people's voice: Israeli public opinion on the referendum issue. In D. Arieli-Horowitz (ed.), Phantom in politics: Referenda in Israel (Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute and Magnes Press, 2006), pp. 117-138.
Hermann T., The chicken and the egg dilemma: Changes in official policy and in Israeli-Jewish public opinion regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (2000-2004). In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (ed.), The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: From peace talks to violent conflict 2000-2005 (Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Center for Israel Studies [Hebrew], 2006), pp. 185-230. English edition, Routledge, 2007.
Hermann, T., Reconciliation: Reflections on the theoretical and practical utility of the term. In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (ed.), From conflict resolution to reconciliation (New York: Oxford University Press 2004), pp. 39-60. Also published in Hebrew in Politika, The Israeli Journal of Political Science & International Relations, 9 (2002), pp. 77-94.
Hermann, T., The sour taste of success: The Israeli peace movement, 1967-1998. In B. Gidron, S. Katz and Y. Hasenfeld (eds.), Mobilizing for peace: Conflict resolution in Northern Ireland, Israel/Palestine and South Africa (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 94-129.
Yaar, E. and T. Hermann, The Palestinian refugees in the eyes of the Palestinian and Israeli-Jewish publics. In J. Ginat and E. Perkins (eds.), The Palestinian refugees: Old problems, new solutions (Sussex: Sussex University Press and University of Oklahoma, 2001), pp. 303-316.
Hermann, T. The impermeable identity wall: The study of violent conflicts by “insiders” and “outsiders.” In G. Robinson and M. Smyth (eds.), Researching violently divided societies: Ethical and methodological issues (Tokyo, New York, Paris: United Nations University Press, 2001), pp. 77-92.
Hermann, T., Blame or praise: Israeli contending narratives of the peace movement’s role in the Oslo process. In A. Ben Zvi and A. Klieman (eds.), Global politics: Essays in honor of Professor David Vital (London: Frank Cass, 2001), pp. 237-266.
Hermann, T., Away from war? Israelis’ security beliefs in the post-Oslo era. In P. Everts and P. Isernia (eds.), When the going gets tough: Public opinion and the use of military force (London: Routledge Books, 2001), pp. 163-182.
Hermann, T. and D. Newman, A path strewn with thorns: Along the difficult road of Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking. In J. Darby and R. McGinty (eds.), The management of peace processes (London: Macmillan, 2000), pp. 107-153.
Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, Two peoples apart: Israeli Jews’ and Arabs’ perspectives on the peace process. In I. Peleg (ed.), The Israeli-Palestinian peace process: Interdisciplinary perspectives (Albany: SUNY Press, 1997), pp. 61-86.
Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, Will they lend it their support? Israeli public opinion and the peace process. In D. Caspi (ed.), Politics and communication (Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute, 1997), pp. 191-222 [Hebrew].
Hermann, T., The rise of instrumental voting: On the relevance of the political reform campaign to the 1992 elections. In A. Arian and M. Shamir (eds.), The elections in Israel – 1992 (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995), pp. 275-298.
Hermann, T., New challenges to new authority: Israeli extra-parliamentarism in the 1950s. In I. Troyn and N. Lucas (eds.), Israel: The first decade of independence (Albany, SUNY Press, 1995), pp. 105-124.
Hermann, T., Grassroots activism as a factor in foreign policy-making: The case of the Israeli peace movement. In D. Skidmore and V. Hudson (eds.), The limits of state autonomy: Societal groups and foreign policy formulation (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993), pp. 127-150.
Hermann, T. and D. Newman, The dove and the skullcap: Secular and religious divergence in the Israeli peace camp. In C. Liebman (ed.), Conflict and accommodation between Jews in Israel (NY: Avi Chai and Keter, 1990) [Hebrew and English].