Dafna Hirsch, forthcoming. "Food, Give me Food," Theory and Criticism (invited review essay, Hebrew).
Dafna Hirsch, 2017. "Who is a Man? Masculinity Theories in a Critical Perspective," Theory and Criticism 48: 9-32. Winner of the Eliyahu Louis Guttman prize for best article in the framework of the Israeli Sociological Association
Dafna Hirsch and Dana Kachtan, 2017. "Is “Hegemonic Masculinity” Hegemonic as Masculinity? Two Israeli Case Studies," Men and Masculinities, online first (1097184X17696186).
Dafna Hirsch, 2016. "Hummus Masculinity in Israel," Food, Culture and Society 19: 337-359.
Dafna Hirsch, 2015. "Hygiene, Dirt and the shaping of a new man among the early Zionist halutzim", European Journal of Cultural Studies 18: 300-318.
Dafna Hirsch and Ofra Tene, 2013. "Hummus: The Making of an Israeli Culinary Cult", Journal of Consumer Culture 13: 25-45.
Dafna Hirsch, 2011. ""Hummus is Best when it is Fresh and Made by Arabs": The Gourmetization of Hummus in Israel and the Return of the Repressed Arab," American Ethnologist 38: 617-630.
Dafna Hirsch, 2011. "Gender and Ethnicity in Zionist Nation-Building Project: The Case of Hannah Helena Thon," Ethnic and Racial Studies 34: 275-292.
Dafna Hirsch, 2011. “ Medicalization of Motherhood, Ethnic Relsations and the Education of Mizrahi Mothers to 'Hygienic' Treatment of Babies”, Yiunim Betkumat Israel: Gender in Israel (eds. Margalit Shilo and Gideon Katz), pp. 106-139 (Hebrew).
Dafna Hirsch, 2009. “We Are Here to Bring the West, Not Only to Ourselves”: Zionist Occidentalism and the Discourse of Hygiene in Mandate Palestine,” International Journal of Middle East Studies 41: 577-594.
Dafna Hirsch, 2009. “Zionist Eugenics, Mixed Marriage, and the Creation of a New Jewish Type”, The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 15: 592-609.
Dafna Hirsch, 2008. “ ‘Friend and Supervisor’: The Public Health Nurse in Mandate Palestine as a Cultural Agent,” Zion 73: 453-484 (Hebrew).
Dafna Hirsch, 2008. “ ‘Interpreters of Occident to the Awakening Orient’: The Jewish Public Health Nurse in Mandate Palestine”, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 50: 227-255.