Journalism & Reviews

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Journalism

2013       “Wolves and Sheep: Jewish Tax Collectors in Yiddish Literature.” Sh’ma: A Journal of Jewish Responsibility. March 2013: 7-8.

2013       “Henry Roth’s Call It Sleep,” Symposium in AJS Perspectives, Spring 2013: 62.

2010       “Entering the Heart of a Language.” Sh’ma: A Journal of Jewish Responsibility. November 2010.

2008       “Franz Kafka: Living with an Inscrutable God.” Sh’ma: A Journal of Jewish Responsibility. September, 2008: 7.

2008       “Of Jewish Cities, Holy and Secular,” Frankel Institute Annual. Number 1. 2008. 10-12

2007       “The Passing of Dr. Mordkhe Schaechter.” Pakn Treger, Summer, 2007.

2004        “After the End of History,” Tikkun Magazine, (Vol 19, No. 6. January/February 2004): 31.

2003        “Walt Whitman in Yiddish.” Tikkun Magazine, (Vol. 18. No. 5. July/August 2003) 57- 59, 69.

2003        “Moyshe-Leyb Halpern: A Yiddish Modernist Poet in New York,” Tikkun Magazine, (Vol. 18. No 3. March/April 2003): 63-66.

1999       “Oyf a Derekh Mit Yidish,” (On the Yiddish Road), in Yiddish, Yiddish Forward (April 2, 1999): 23.

Review Essays

2012       “Movies and Monotheism.” Review of Herman Wouk’s The Lawgiver. Jewish Review of Books. Number 12, Winter 2012. 23-24.

2012       Review of Marc Caplan’s How Strange the Change: Language, Temporality, and Peripheral Modernism. AJS Review . Vol. 36, Issue 02, November, 2012. 364-367.

2008       “How to Do Things With Poems.” American Jewish History. Volume 94, Numbers 1-2, March-June 2008. (Review of Maaera Schreiber. Singing in a Strange Land: A Jewish American Poetics. 117-120.)

2003       “Arthur A. Cohen’s Resplendent Vision,” Review of An Arthur A. Cohen Reader. Prooftexts, 23.2. (2003). 259-267.

1999       “The Tragic Flaw of Irving Howe,” Prooftexts, 30. 2 (1999). (Review of Edward Alexander. Irving Howe: Socialist, Critic, Jew. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999): 298-302.

1999       “Derac(e)inated Jews,” Postmodern Culture vol. 9, no. 3, May 1999. (Review of Karen Brodkin. “How Jews Became White Folks and What It Says About Race in America.” New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1998.)