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Other and Brother: The Figure of Jesus in the 20th-Century Jewish Literary Landscape (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013).
TZELEM YEHUDI: Representations of Jesus in Twentieth Century Hebrew Literature (in Hebrew). (Tel Aviv: Resling, 2008).
Autre et nôtre. Jésus juif (French Translation of TZELEM YEHUDI ), Translated by Nicholas Weill (Paris: Alma Press, under contract).
Book Manuscript Under Contract
Twentieth-Century Jewish Literature: Conceptions of the Divine, Routledge
The Poetics of Yoel Hoffmann (in Hebrew), Resling
Journal Articles (Peer Reviewed)
"Jesus and the Pharisees Through the Eyes of Two Modern Hebrew Writers: A Contrarian Perspective", Hebrew Studies. Forthcoming.
“’He Who Employs Funny Rhymes in His Speech’”: Parodied Poetics in the Works of Uri Zvi Greenberg and S. Y. Agnon”, Prooftexts: Journal of Jewish Literary History, 34:1, 53-78.
“Theomorphism and Modern Hebrew Literature’s Search for the Divine: Brenner and Shlonsky as a Case Study”, Jewish Studies Quarterly (JSQ), 1:22 (2015), 62-85.
“Conceptions of Time and History in Modern Hebrew and Yiddish Train Stories,” Comparative Literature, 66:1, (2014), 322-339.
“Jesus as the New Jew: Zionism and the Literary Representation of Jesus,” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 11, No. 1, March 2012, 1-22.
“Not Being at One’s Home: Yoel Hoffmann and the Formal Representation of Otherness,” Prooftexts: Journal of Jewish Literary History, 30:2 (2011), 217-237.
“Uri Zvi Before the Cross: The Figure of Jesus in the Poetry of Uri Zvi Greenberg”, Religion & Literature, 40.3 (2008), 49-80.
“ ‘Why Have You Forsaken Me?’ – Avot Yeshurun and Jesus of Krasnitaw”, Iggud: Selected Essays in Jewish Studies, Vol. III: Literature, Language, and Art (Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 2007), 215-228.
Chapters in Collections
“Uri Zvi Greenberg and the Devine” in Tamar Wolf-Monzon and Avidov Lipsker (eds.), The Poetry of Uri Zvi Greenberg in the 1920s [in Hebrew] (Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University, forthcoming).
“Jewish Writers and Nationalist Theology at the Fin de Siécle” in Emma Mason (ed.), Theological Issues in Literature and the Abrahamic Faiths, (London: Bloomsbury, 2015), 75-85.
“Between the Literary and the Historical Jesus: Teaching the Modern Hebrew Writers’ Jesus” in Zev Garber (ed.), Teaching Jesus: Pedagogy and Exegesis, (New York: Routledge, 2014), 109-120.
“ ‘We left Yeshu’: On Three Twentieth Century Hebrew Poets’ Longing for Jesus” in Neta Stahl (ed.), Jesus among the Jews, (London and New York: Routledge, 2012), 187-202.