Shedding Books to Survive the Uncertainty of Academic Life in LitHub

My Disease is Not a Metaphor in LitHub

How Ingmar Bergman Films Helped Me Grow Up in America in Catapult

I’m Still Mad About Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. And That’s A Good Thing in Dismantle


Identity Shaping on Social Media: On Jia Tolentino’s “Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion” in LA Review of Books

Remembering Broad City And Its Defiant, Problematic Jewishness in Dismantle

Not Just Russians, Not Just Jews: On New Works by Irina Reyn, Boris Fishman, and David Bezmozgis in LA Review of Books

Why Me?: On Tressie McMillan Cottom’s “Thick: And Other Essays” in LA Review of Books

Anger Persists: On Rebecca Traister’s “Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger” in LA Review of Books

In 'Picnic at Hanging Rock,' Jewish and Other Mysteries in Forward


Banish These Words: Sexism and Binarism Edition in The Professor Is In Blog

Feminist Elites and Patriarchal Solidarity in The Professor Is In Blog

100 Ways to Show Up for People with a Chronic Illness in Broadly

New Year’s Resolutions for People with Chronic Illnesses in The Morbus Chronicles Blog

As a Soviet Jew, I'm White and I'm Proud-Ish in Forward

Sick and Contingent in The Professor Is In Blog


With Ellen Litman in East European Jewish Affairs

With Irina Reyn in East European Jewish Affairs


Homes without a Homeland: Finding Diasporic Intimacy in Contemporary Russian-Jewish-American Fiction in Comparative Literature

From Anxiety to Disidentification: Lara Vapnyar’s Memoirs of a Muse, Irina Reyn’s What Happened to Anna K., and Anya Ulinich’s Lena Finkle’s Magic Barrel in East European Jewish Affairs

The Russian-Speaking Jewish Diaspora in Translation in Slavic Review