Migrant Workers in Contemporary Israeli Literature – Questioning Empathy and Ethics. AIS conference, June 2021 (Online) . Speaker and session organizer.
Yoram Kaniuk and Suzan Sontag. [Hebrew] NAPH conference, June 2021 (Online)
Dogs and other Animals is Kaniuk's work – A computational study (with Nitzan Gado Sinai Rusinek). [Hebrew] Distant reading and computational research in Hebrew Literature. Ben Gurion University, April 2021.
Between the First and the Second Intifada – Poetic Variations in Castel-Bloom's Works, ACLA conference, April 2021 (Online).
The Ethics of Reading: Israeli Literature and the Palestinian Other, University of Boston, Amherst, March 2021. Invited guest lecture (Online).
Jerusalem Time – Temporal Variations in Contemporary Israeli Dystopias. AJS 52th Annual Conference, December 2020 (Online). Speaker and session organizer
Space, Memory and Form in Matalon and Oz's Autobiographical writing. AJS 51th Annual Conference, San Diego, December 2019.
Negotiating Identities in the Migration Era – Transnationalism and Group Identity among Israeli Immigrants from Former Soviet Union and from Ethiopia. The International Conference on "Migrating World: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Migration and Integration." London Centre for Interdisciplinary Research, University of Greenwich, London, March 2019.
The Winding Path of Memory – Yoram Kaniuk's Writing on 1948 war. AJS 50th Annual Conference, Boston, December 2018.
The Missing Author – Working on Manuscript Left by a Dead Author. Author as Editor and Editor as Author – 15th annual conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship (ESTS 2018). Charles University, Prague, November 2018.
Sabon – The Unpublished novel of Yoram Kaniuk. [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, University of Amsterdam, June 2018
War, Trauma and Memory in the works of Yoram Kaniuk. [Hebrew] 1948 in Israeli Literature and Cinema. The Open University of Israel, June 2018. Speaker and conference organizer.
Territory and Sovereignty, "Sucot" and "Shmita" in Michal Govrin's Havzekim. [Hebrew] Religious/secularity and Gender in Israeli Litearture, Ben-Gurion University, May 2018.
Shooting and Crying - Israeli Soldiers' Documentary and Fictional Testimonies. 2018 Annual Meeting of ACLA, UCLA March 2018.
The Face of the Palestinian Child in Israeli Literature from 1948 War to the Intifadas Era. AJS 49th Annual Conference, Washington D.C., December 2017. Speaker and session organizer.
Female Navigation in the Domestic Sphere - Asfu Beru’s Fiction between Ethiopia and Israel. EAIS 6th Annual Conference, The University of Wroclaw, Poland September 2017. Speaker and session organizer.
On Analogy, Empathy, and the Risk of False Pretention. Case Study: Israeli Literary Representations of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. 21st-Century Theories of Literature: Ethics, Tropes, Attunement. University of Warwick, April 2017.
Dina Zvi Riklis, Ronit Matalon and the Female Autobiography. Women in Israeli Cinema, The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, 5-7 March 2017.
Teaching the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict through Women's Literature. AJS Seminar on Teaching the Arab Israeli Conflict in Culture. AJS 48th Annual Conference, San Diego, December 2016.
The Challenges of Ronit Matalon. AJS 48th Annual Conference, San Diego, December 2016. Respondent and session organizer.
The Deterritorialization of the Zionist Time and Space in Kaniuk's Works. [Hebrew]. The NAPH conference, Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, June 2016. Speaker and session organizer.
Diaspora and Homeland – Israel and Africa in the Israeli literature of Beta Israel. Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and the Center for Jewish Studies, and the department of comparative literature, Harvard University, April 2016. Invited guest lecture.
The Lost Home in the Writing of Authors from Former Soviet Union in Israel. AJS 47th Annual Conference, Boston, December 2015.
Kerrets's "Living-Dead" and the Sacrifice of Israeli Masculinity. Keret's Happy Campers-Etgar Keret and the Fate of Israeli Culture in the World Today, Chicago University, October, 2015
Traces of the Past – The Sounds of War and Bach's Fugue. [Hebrew] Conference on Kaniuk's work, the Open university, May 2015. Speaker and conference organizer.
The Nomadic World of Alex Epstein. The AIS conference, Montreal, Canada, June 2015. Speaker and session organizer.
The Fallacy of Analogy, the Fallacy of Empathy. Ethics and Literature – First International Conference. University of Porto, Portugal, May 2015
The Face of the Dead Other - A Levinasian Reading of Contemporary Israeli Novels by A.B. Yehoshua and Shifra Horn. [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, Be'er Sheva, Israel, June 2014. Speaker and session organizer.
Shimon Adaf and the Peripheral Novel. The AIS conference, Sde Boker, Israel, June 2014.
Space, Territory, and Borders: Liminality in Contemporary Israeli Literature. Conference "Between Places and Spaces", Trinity College, Dublin, June 2014.
Diaspora and Homeland—Israel and Africa in the Hebrew-Israeli Literature of Beta Israel. The AJS conference, Boston, December 2013.
The No-home of Matalon and Berdugo. [Hebrew] Conference on "Home" Haifa University, May 2013.
The road to "Yerussalem" – Astrai and the Israeli literature of Beta Israel. The AIS conference, Haifa University, June 2012.
Borders, territory and Sovereignty in Ronit Matalon's Sara Sara and Michal Govrin's Havzekim [Hebrew] Haifa University, Department of Hebrew and Comparative Literature, Faculty seminar, February 2011. Guest speaker.
The Bereaved father and his Dead son in the Works of A.B Yehoshua. The NAPH conference, New-York July 2010.
Violence, Morality and Tragedy – The Israeli Soldier in the Hebrew Literature of the Intifada. 9st Global Conference: Violence, Saltsburg, Austria, March 2010.
Narratives of immigration in 20th century Hebrew Literature [Hebrew] Cultures in Israel, The Open University of Israel, December 2009.
Said Kashua as a Hebrew Writer (with Liat Steir-Livny) [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, London, UK, July 2009
Darwish and Kashua on Identity. The 25th AIS conference, Be'er Sheva, June 2009.
Ha'akeda in Yehoshua's work [Hebrew] The Israel Inter-University Conference for Hebrew Literature Research, Bar Ilan University, Israel, June 2009.
The Identity Card of Darwish and Kashua. ACLA (American Comparative Literature Association) conference, Seminar on: The Territories of the Citizen: Literature and Political Belonging, Harvard University, MA, March 2009.
Literature as a Moral Laboratory. Literature and Philosophy/Philosophy and Literature, Sussex UK, June 2008.
Aliya versus Immigration in Amos Oz’s A Tale of Love and Darkness: A Reflection of Immigration Narratives in Contemporary Israeli Literature. The 24th AIS conference, NYU, New York, May 2008.
Being an Immigrant in One’s Homeland - Amos Oz’s A Tale of Love and Darkness [Hebrew] 1948-2008: Sixty Years of Hebrew Literature, Haifa University, Israel, March 2008.
Being an Immigrant in One’s Homeland- The reflection of narratives of immigration in contemporary Israeli literature. 1st Global Conference: Multiculturalism, Conflict and Belonging, Oxford UK, September 2007.
A Terrible Power of a Minor Guilt – From Theory to Realization [Hebrew] Conference: "70 Faces of A.B. Yehoshua", Tel-Aviv University, March 2007.
Literature: Ethics and Morality (series) [Hebrew] Academic supervision (with Asa Kasher) and speaker, Jerusalem center of ethics, Mishkenot Sh'ananim, 2007.
Yehoshua’s Moral Context [Hebrew] The 21st Israel Inter-University Conference for Hebrew Literature Research, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, May 2006.
New Vocabulary of Attention: Representation of Moral Problems in Literature – An Aesthetics Perspective. "The Ethics of Fiction in Contemporary Narrative in English", University of Zaragoza, Jaca, Spain, March 2005.
"A Land that Devours its Inhabitants": Pagis' "Practice in Everyday Hebrew" and Grossman’s “The Sticker Song." [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, Stanford, California, June 2005.
Kerret’s Black Humor. [Hebrew] The 20th Israel Inter-University Conference for Hebrew Literature Research, Ben-Gurion University, Israel, April 2005
Intifada Stories. [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, Austin, Texas, May 2004.
How Are Young Boys Turned into Killers? Revealing the Dynamics of War Crimes in Hebrew Literature – The Case of 1949 Yizhar's "Hirbet Hiz'a." The 15th Annual Conference, “Literature, film and war”, Binghamton University (SUNY), March 2004.
Ella Bat-Tsion: From the Woman She Loved to the Love of God. [Hebrew] AJS 35th Annual Conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, Boston, Massachusetts, December 2003.
The Question of Polygamy in Yehoshua’s A Journey to the End of the Millennium (1997) – Two Moral Views – Two Jewish Cultures. Colloquium for Jewish studies, University of California, Davis, June 2003. Invited guest lecture.
On Passion and Regulation: A.B. Yehoshua’s, A Journey to the End of the Millennium (1997). [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, Tampa, Florida, May 2003.
Kerret's "'The Ants' Family Sad Story" [Hebrew] Junior Scholars Colloquium On Interpretation: Modern Hebrew Literature, Brandeis University, Boston, October 2002.
Living Right and Living Well, Kaniuk’s The Last Jew (1981) and Grossman's See Under ‘Love’ (1986). [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, Be'er Sheva, Israel, July 2002.
’Please Forward the Story’: Folk Narratives from the Marketplace to the Virtual World (with Limor Weissman) [Hebrew] The 21st Israel Inter-University Conference for Jewish Folklore Research, Tel Aviv University, Israel, April 2002.
Moshe Shamir's With his Own Hands and Aristotle’s Ethics. [Hebrew] The NAPH conference, Mexico City, Mexico, June 1999.
Dissonances' Contribution to Moral Problem’s Representation in Kaniuk’s Himmo King of Jerusalem [Hebrew] The 14th Israel Inter-University Conference for Hebrew Literature Research, Haifa University, Israel, March 1999.
Castel-Bloom’s Dolly City and the Critics – Interpretations and Criticism in Research of Contemporary Hebrew Literature. [Hebrew] The 13th Israel Inter-University Conference for Hebrew Literature Research, Bar Ilan University, Israel, March 1998.