Book and Book Chapters
- The House at Ujazdowskie 16: Jewish Families in Warsaw after the Holocaust. Indiana University Press, 2013. http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/product_info.php?products_id=806810
- “The Reconstructed Jewish Spaces of Warsaw after the Holocaust: A Case Study of a Building and Its Residents.” Accepted for publication in Warsaw: The Life and Fate of a Jewish Metropolis, ed. by Glenn Dynner and Francois Guesnet. Forthcoming from Brill.
- “Insiders-Outsiders: Poles and Jews in Recent Polish-Jewish Fiction and Autobiography.” Co-author with Antony Polonsky. In Insiders and Outsiders: Dilemmas of East European Jewry, edited by Richard Cohen, Jonathan Frankel and Stefani Hoffman, 2010.
- “The Jewish Families of 16 Ujazdowskie Avenue in Postwar Warsaw: Ethical Dilemmas in Research on Assimilation in People’s Poland.” In The Jewish Community in Poland Before and After the 1967-1968 Anti-Semitic Campaign. In Polish. Warsaw, 2009.
- “Integration and Its Obstacles in Postwar Poland: The Case of the Jewish Parents of 16 Ujazdowskie Avenue.” In Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 24, 2012.
- “Memory of the Holocaust in Recent Polish Historiography.” In Association for Jewish Studies Review 35.1. April 2011.
- “The Fate of a Yiddish Writer in Communist Eastern Europe: The Case of Naftali Herts Kon in Poland, 1959-1965.” In Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 21, 2009. Earlier versions of this article were published in Żydzi a Lewica [Jews and the Left], edited by August Grabski, Warsaw, 2007; in Yiddish translation in the New York-based journal Tsukunft, 2007; and in shortened Polish translation in the Warsaw-based journal Midrasz, 2007.
- ” ‘I am an example that it is possible to be both a Pole and a Jew’: Polish Jewish Identity and the 1968 Events in Henryk Grynberg’s Memorbuch.” In Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 19, 2006.
- “The Biblical City in Literature.” Entry in The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, vol. 4, eds. Hans-Josef Klauck, et al. W. de Gruyter, 2012.
- “Linguistic Integration.” In Critical Terms in Jewish Language Studies. Frankel Institute Annual, 2011.
- “Warsaw” and “Poland.” Entries in The Cambridge Dictionary of Jewish History, Religion and Culture, ed. by Judith R. Baskin. Cambridge University Press, 2011.
- “Bibliography of Jewish Women in Eastern Europe.” Annotated bibliography of Yiddish, Hebrew, Polish, and English memoirs and diaries, and bibliography of secondary sources. Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 18 (2005): 273-303.