PERSONAL ESSAYS

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

CRITICISM

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

OTHER ESSAYS, GUEST BLOG POSTS, LISTS

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

INTERVIEWS

With Ellen Litman in East European Jewish Affairs

With Irina Reyn in East European Jewish Affairs

SCHOLARSHIP

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