​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Eitan Bar-Yosef: Postcolonial studies; British imperial history; Victorian literature and culture; Anglo-Jewish culture; Israel studies; contemporary theater

Yael Ben-zviNative American and indigenous studies; African American studies; settler colonial studies; critical race theory; early American and antebellum U.S. literature and culture

Mark H. Gelber: Literary anti-Semitism; cultural Zionism; German/Austrian-Jewish Studies; Yiddish-German literary relations; Franz Kafka; Max Brod; Stefan Zweig

Chanita Goo​dblattCognitive literary studies; empirical studies of literature; metaphor; Christian Hebraism; Reformation biblical drama; William Carlos Williams; John Donne; Dan Pagis 

Barbara Hochman19th/20th-century American fiction; book history (especially the history of reading and interpretive conventions); genre; reception theory; race

Olga Kuminova: Literary theory: language, subjectivity and authorship; r​eception study; Emmanuel Levinas's ethical philosophy; feminist aspects of women's literacy; medical humanities

Aaron Landau: ​Renaissance literature and culture; Shakespearean drama; British writing about South America; ideology and literature

Catherine Rottenberg: 20th-century African American and Jewish American literature; Harlem Renaissance studies; feminist theory; critical race studies; the intersection between urban and literary studies; the New Woman and the New Negro Woman in modern multi-ethnic literature

Yael Segalovitz: 20th-century American prose fiction; comparative Modernisms (Anglo-American, Brazilian, Israeli); psychoanalysis; Attention and Sound Studies; Translation Studies; the Gothic and Posthumanism

Efraim SicherUrban realism in the 19th-century novel; image of the "jew"; modern Jewish culture; Holocaust memory and second-generation narrative

Zohar Weiman-Kelman: Jewish American literature; Yiddish, Hebrew, Polish and German literature; queer theory; history of sexuality; poetry and poetics