"Romantic, Active and Moral Heroine: Finalia Adelberg in Love of the Righteous, or, the Persecuted Families by Sarah Feiga Meinkin." Jewish Studies, Summer 2019.
"The First 'New Woman' in Modern Hebrew Literature: Finalia Adelberg in Love of the Righteous, or, the Persecuted Families by Sarah Feiga Meinkin." In Women's Emancipation Writing at the Fin de Siècle. Shabliy, Elena, Kurochkin, Dmitri, and O'Donnell, Karen (Eds). New York: Routledge, 2019.
"A Hebrew Woman in a Men's World," Segula: the Jewish Journey through History, no. 44 (August 2018): pp. 56-65.
"The Hasidic-Mitnagdi Schism in Memories of My Childhood or a View of Dvinsk by Sarah Feiga Foner: Historical Testimony or Personal Bias?" Hebrew Higher Education, Volume 17 (2015), 35-47.
"Separation along Gender Lines: the Education of Sarah Feiga and Joshua Ber Menkin," Hebrew Higher Education, Volume 15 (2013), 171-181.
“The Condition of Women in Developing and Developed Countries,” The Independent Review, Fall 2006.
“Israeli Airman Attains New Heights in Art - the Story of Uri Gil,” Navigator Review of Politics and Culture, May 2004.
“Romanticism Is Dead, Long Live Romanticism! - Victor Hugo's Ninety Three,” Navigator Review of Politics and Culture, January 2002.
"Poetry and History: The Two Levels of Ninety Three," Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Fall 2001), pp. 47-69.
“Aristotle in the Philosophy of Maimonides: Compromise or Contradiction?” (Hebrew) Hofesh, 1999.
My Atlasphere Collection, columns and reviews published in the Atlasphere webzine in 2003-2006.