Journal Articles/Book Chapters
‘Belonging Across the Diaspora: Global Jewish Organizations’, in The Oxford Handbook of the Jewish Diaspora, edited by Hasia Diner, New York: Oxford University Press, (forthcoming).
‘“Did You Ever See Our Show?” Holocaust Comedy in American Sitcoms,’ in Laughter After: Humor after the Holocaust, edited by David Slucki, Gabriel Finder, and Avinoam Patt, Detroit: Wayne State University Press, (forthcoming February 2020).
‘Black and White: Yiddish Writers Encounter Indigenous Australia,’ in Holocaust Memory and Racism in the Postwar World, edited by Shirli Gilbert and Avril Alba, Detroit: Wayne State University Press (forthcoming July 2019).
‘“A Struggle Unparalleled in Human History”: Survivors Remember the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising,’ American Jewish History 103, no. 2 (2019): 203-225.
‘“One of the Greatest Martyrologies of Modern Times”: Recording, Remembering and the Black Book of Polish Jewry’, in Reconstructing the Old Country: American Jewry in the Post-Holocaust Decades, edited by Sheila Jelen and Eliyana Adler, Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2017, 44-67.
‘Communities of Suffering: Jewish Holocaust survivor networks in postwar America’, Jewish Social Studies 22, no. 2 (2017): 116-145.
‘Making Out in Anne Frank’s Attic: Humor and the Holocaust in Australia,’ A Club of their Own: Jewish Humorists in the Contemporary World, edited by Eli Lederhendler and Gabriel N. Finder, New York: Oxford University Press, 2016, 204-229.
‘The Third Generation’, with Esther Jilovsky and Jordana Silverstein, in In the Shadows of Memory: the Third Generation and the Holocaust, London & Portland, OR: Vallentine Mitchell, 2015.
‘The Obligation to Remember: The Third Generation and Holocaust Commemoration’, in In the Shadows of Memory: The Third Generation and the Holocaust, edited by Esther Jilovsky, Jordana Silverstein, and David Slucki, London & Portland, OR: Vallentine Mitchell, 2015.
‘Bundists and Minority Rights after the Holocaust’, East European Jewish Affairs 43, no. 3 (2013), 282-296.
‘Here-ness, There-ness, and Everywhere-ness: the Jewish Labor Bund and the Question of Israel, 1944-1955,’ Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 9, no. 3 (2010), 349-368.
‘The Bund Abroad in the Postwar Jewish World,’ Jewish Social Studies 16, no. 1 (2009): 111-144.
‘Theorizing Doikayt: towards a history of the Melbourne Bund’, Journal of the Australian Jewish Historical Society 19, no. 10 (2008): 259-268.
Review of Holocaust: An American Understanding, by Deborah Lipstadt, in Journal of Jewish Identities 10, no. 2 (2017): 227-229.
Review of Australia and Israel: a diasporic, cultural, and political relationship, edited by Shahar Burla and Dashiel Lawrence, in Australian Historical Studies, 48, no. 1 (2016): 145-147.
Review of Revisiting Holocaust Representation in the Post-Witness Era, edited by Diana I. Popescu and Tanja Schult, in Journal of Jewish Identities 9, no. 2 (2016): 199-201.
Review of Survivors and Exiles, by Jan Schwartz, in East European Jewish Affairs, 46, no. 2 (2016): 229-231.
‘The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the Living Challenge of Anti-Fascism: Lessons from World War II Poland for us today,’ Tablet Magazine, 24 April 2018,
‘Journeys Through a Life in the Theatre: Charles Slucki (1948-2015)’, Digital Yiddish Theatre Project, 29 December 2016,
‘A Party of Nay-Sayers: the Jewish Labor Bund after the Holocaust,’ AJS Perspectives (Fall 2013): 42-43.
‘Too Soon? The Case for Holocaust Humour,’ The Conversation, 2 October 2012,
‘Roads Back from Despair (Review)’, The Saturday Age, 28 April 2012,
‘Australia, Israel, and the Politics of Diaspora,’ The Conversation, 2 February 2012,