"The appropriation of the Hassidic Tale in Sarah Foner's Memoirs," National Association of Professors of Hebrew, Boston June 2019.
"David Frishman's Review of Ahavat Yesharim by Sarah Feiga Meinkin: Literary Purism or Hidden Agenda?" Association for Jewish Studies, San Diego, December 2016; National Association of Professors of Hebrew, Amsterdam, June 2018.
"Sarah Feiga Foner's Writings in the Prism of the Enlightenment and Revival Literature and the Prism of Women's Writing," Colloquium of the Department of the Literature of the Jewish People, Bar-Ilan University, May 2018.
"French and Italian Jews as a Model for Acculturation into European Society in Love of the Righteous by Sarah Feiga Meinkin, Association for Jewish Studies, Washington D.C., December 2017.
"Gynocritic Messages Camouflaged as Biblical and Talmudic Allusions in Love of the Righteous, or, the Persecuted Families by Sarah Feiga Meinkin." World Union of Jewish Studies, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, August 2017.
"The Hassidic-Mitnagdi Schism in Memories of My Childhood or a
View of Dvinsk by Sarah Feiga Foner: Historic Testimony vs. Personal Bias," Association for Jewish Studies, Baltimore, December 2014 (in
English); National Association of Professors of Hebrew, Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva, June 2014 (in Hebrew).
“Autonomous Enlightened Female Protagonist – Finalia Adelberg in Ahavat Yesharim by Sara Feiga Meinkin,” World Union of Jewish Studies, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, July 2013.
"Separation along Gender Lines: the Education of Sarah Feiga and Joshua
Ber Menkin," National Association of Professors of Hebrew, University of California in Los Angeles, June 2012;
Western Jewish Studies Association, University of Oregon in Eugene, March 2012.
“Hebrew Novel by a Woman or a European Novel in Hebrew? Ahavat Yesharim by Sarah Feiga Meinkin,” National Association of Professors of Hebrew, University of Maryland at College Park, June 2011.
“Autonomous Hebraic Heroine – Finalia Adelberg in Ahavat Yesharim by Sara Feiga Meinkin,” Interuniversity conference for research students of Hebrew literature, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, April 2011.
“The Historical and Literary Levels in Victor Hugo’s Ninety Three,” Association of Literary Scholars and Critics, Washington DC, November 2002.
“Reality, Language, Translation: What Makes Translation Possible?” American Translators Association, Miami, October 1985 and West Virginia Philosophical Society, Morgantown, February 2002.