‘My Big Fat Jewish TV Dinner: Representing Jews on Contemporary British Television’, Jewish Film and New Media: an international Journal 2.2 (2014).
‘Genes, Shmenes’: Jew-ish Identities in Contemporary British Jewish Writing’, European Judaism, Special Issue, ed. By Sue Vice and Axel Stahler, 'Writing Jews in Contemporary Britain', (2014).
Displaced, Dysfunctional & Divided: Contemporary British Jewish Writing.’ Whatever Happened to British-Jewish Studies?, special issue of Jewish Culture and History, ed. by Tony Kushner & Hannah Ewence, Vol 12, 1-2, Summer/Autumn 2010, 267-280. Also published in book form, 2012, Vallentine Mitchell, 275-289.
‘Contemporary British-Jewish Writing: From Apology to Attitude’, Literature Compass, vol 5, February 2008.
‘The Golem in the Attic: Jewish Memory and Identity in Rachel Lichtenstein and Iain Sinclair’s Rodinsky’s Room’, Jewish Culture and History, Vol 9, no 1, Summer 2007, 51-70.
‘The Frummer in the Attic: Rachel Lichtenstein and Iain Sinclair’s Rodinsky’s Room’, International Fiction Review, Vol 33, nos.1 & 2, Summer 2006, 27-37.
‘Ever After: Postmemory, Fairy Tales and the Body in Second-Generation Memoirs by Jewish Women’, Holocaust Studies, Vol 12, no 3, Winter 2006, 23-39.
“Watching the Detectives’: Mark Haddon’s Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and Kevin Brooks’ Martyn Pig, Children’s Literature in Education, Vol 36, No.3, 2005, 241-253.
Chapters in books
Reality Gaps: Negotiating the Boundaries of British Jewish Identities in Contemporary Fiction’, in Boundaries, Identity and Belonging in Modern Judaism ed. by Maria Diemling and Larry Ray (Routledge 2015), pp.107-120
‘Jewish, Half-Jewish, Jew-ish: Negotiating Identities in Contemporary British-Jewish Literature’, Edinburgh Companion to Modern Jewish Literature, ed. by David Brauner and Axel Stähler (Edinburgh University Press, 2014) pp.210-220
‘The Jewish Gothic’, The Encyclopedia of the Gothic. Hughes, William, David Punter and Andrew Smith (eds) (Blackwell, 2013).
‘The Masculine Matrix: Male Births and the Scientific Imagination in Early Modern England’, The Arts of Science: Representations of the Natural World in 17th Century European and American Culture, ed. by Caire Jowitt & Diane Watt (Ashurst Press, 2002), pp. 160-176.
‘Strange Notions: Treatments of Early Modern Hermaphrodites’, The Archaeology and Anthropology of Madness, Disability and Social Exclusion (Routledge, 2000),
‘Seeing and Knowing; Science, Pornography and Early Modern Hermaphrodite’, At the Borders of the Human: Beasts, Bodies and Natural Philosophy in the Early Modern Period (Macmillan, 1999) ed. by Erica Fudge, Ruth Gilbert & Sue Wiseman, pp. 150-170.
The Promised Land: Jewish Utopia and Dystopia, special issue of The European Journal of Popular Culture (Intellect Books), ed. by Ruth Gilbert, Nathan Abrams & Peter Lawson. 7.1.2016.