"From 'German Wolfhounds' to 'Ordinary People': Characterizations of Holocaust Perpetrators in 
      Israeli Fiction," New German Critique 137 (August 2019): 65-89.

כיצד נלמד את את [How should we teach ET] Hebrew Higher Education 20 (2018): 117-136. [in Hebrew]

“The Poetics of the Other Planet: Testimony and Chronotope in Ka-Tzetnik’s Piepel.” In Annette F.

    Timm, ed. Holocaust History and the Readings of Ka-Tzetnik. With the assistance of David
​    Tall (London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2017).

“Between Meir Dworzecki and Yehiel Dinur: Amidah in the Writing of Ka-Tzetnik
    135633,” Holocaust Studies 24:2 (2017): 203-217.

“Scripture and Nation: Echoes of the Hebrew Bible in Israeli and American Literature,” Hebrew
​    Higher Education
 19 (2017): 9–17.

“Ka-Tzetnik's Moral Viewpoint,”​ Partial Answers 14:2 (2016): 275–298.

"“Count him a human being”: David Grossman’s See Under: Love and Holocaust Perpetrators in
​    Israeli Fiction," Prooftexts  35:1(2015): 13–24.

  חבריא במחנה הריכוז : ייצוג השואה ומגבלותיו בסיפורת דור תש"ח על פי 'הגמגום השני' למשה שמיר.  עיונים בתקומת ישראל, כרך 23 (תשע"ד 2013), עמ' 176־203   

[​The Limits of Holocaust Representation in the Fiction of the 1948 Generation according to Moshe
     Shamir’s “The Second Stutter.” Iyunim Betekumat Israel 23(2013):176–203 - in Hebrew].
"Chelm as Shtetl: Y. Y. Trunk's Khelemer Khakhomin". Prooftexts 29.2 (2009): 242–272.

Book Reviews:

"Yechiel Szeintuch’s Salamandra: Myth and History in Katzetnik’s Writing," Hebrew
53(2012): 434-436.

Accepted for Publication:

​"The Rise of Gitl Podkovnik: Rereading Abraham Cahan’s Yekl through the Lens of its Heroine" 
     (Studies in American Jewish Literature)