Articles and chapters
“William Faulkner, Cleanth Brooks, and the Living-Dead Reader of New Critical Theory,” Arizona Quarterly, 75.1 (2019): 49-83.
“I Dressed His Wounds, God Cured Him: Freud’s Evenly Suspended Attention,” in Violent Origins: Freud, Moses, Religion, Berkeley Forum of the Humanities Series, eds. Karen Feldman and Gilad Sharvit (New York: Fordham University Press, 2018).
“‘Sisterless’: Identity Politics and Queer Narration in Shimon Adaf’s Aviva-No,” forthcoming from CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, special issue on “Poetry in Israel: Forging Identity,” 2019.
“Clarice Lispector and the Jewish Tradition of Mistakes,” forthcoming in After Clarice: Reading Lispector’s Legacy in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Adriana X. Jacobs and Claire Williams, Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone cultures Series (Cambridge: Legenda, an imprint of the Modern Humanities Research Association, 2020).
Authored Critical Introductions
“The Poetics of Trash,” Critical Introduction to my translation of Derekh Ha-Yisurim Shel Ha-Guf [The Via Crucis of the Body] by Clarice Lispector (Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibbutz ha-Me’uchad/Sifriat Po’alim, 2016), 85-104 [Hebrew].
“To Catch the Thing: A Distracted Reading in Close to the Wild Heart,” Critical Introduction to the Hebrew translation of Karov el ha-Lev ha-Pir’i [Near to the Wild Heart] by Clarice Lispector, trans. Miriam Tivon (Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibbutz ha-Me’uchad/Sifriat Po’alim, 2018) [Hebrew].
“‘This Book is a Silence’: Lispector’s Anti-Star Novella,” Critical Introduction to She’at ha-Kokhav [The Hour of the Star] by Clarice Lispector, trans. Miryam Tivon (Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibbutz ha-Me’uchad/Sifriat Po’alim, forthcoming 2019) [Hebrew].