Books & recent articles:
More and More Equal: The Literary Works of Sami Michael. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press, 2005.
Exile from Exile: Israeli Writers from Iraq. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1996.
“Literary Afterlife: Narratives of Childhood by the Arab Jews and Jewish Arabs of Egypt and Iraq,” Jews from Arab Lands, edited by Sami Zubaida, London: I. B. Tauris, forthcoming.
“Jewish Language and Literature: The Sephardi and Mizrachi Spheres,” The Cambridge History of Judaism, Vol. 8 The Modern Period, Mitchell Hart and Tony Michels, editors, forthcoming.
“Making the Case for Hebrew and Literature: The Art of Paraphrase,” Higher Hebrew Studies 14 (2012): 327-334.
“The Mizrahi Memoir,” Cambridge Dictionary of Jewish History, Judith Baskin, editor, 2011.
“B’milim aherot/ B’milot Ha’Aher: Empatia b’yestsirot Sami Michael,” [In other/s words: empathy in Sami Michael’s writing] Likhtov B’sfat Ha’aher, [To write in the language of the other] Nurit Buchweitz, editor, Risling: 2010 [in Hebrew].
“When Ibn Rushd Met Borges,” Journal of Arabic Literature 41, No 1-2 (2010), pp. 148-159.
“Iphigenia in Israel: The daughter’s options in Hebrew Literature” Hebrew Studies 50 (2009), pp.195-214.