Book Chapters


[In preparation] Architecture and Argument: The Spatial Politics of the City Street in Late Antique Rabbinic Judaism (tentative title) 

"Forget the Landscape: Between Roman and Rabbinic Spatial Mnemonics,” Images: A Journal of Jewish Art and Visual Culture, Vol. 10, No. 1 (2017): 1-14.

Torah in triclinia: the Rabbinic Banquet and the Significance of Architecture, Jewish Quarterly Review, Vol. 102, No. 3 (Summer 2012): 325-370.

Non-canonical Towns: Representation of Urban Paradigms in Talmudic Understanding of the Jewish city, Studia Rosenthaliana, Vol. 40 (2008): 231-236. 

The Topography of Symbol: Between Late Antique and Modern Jewish Understanding of Cities, Zeitschrift für Religions und Geistesgeschichte, Vol. 58, No. 1 (2006): 16-28.

Oral Towns: Rabbinic Discourse and the Understanding of the Late Antique Jewish City, in Imagining the Cityvol. 2: The Politics of Urban Space, edited by Christian Emden, Catherine Keen and David Midgley, Bern; Oxford: Peter Lang, 2006. 27-48.

“Spatial Struggle: Intercity Relations and the Topography of Intra-Rabbinic Competition,” in Religious Competition in the Third Century CE: Jews, Christians, and the Greco-Roman World, eds. Jordan D. Rosenblum, Lily C. Vuong, and Nathaniel P. DesRosiers, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014. 153-167.

Squaring the City: Between Roman and Rabbinic Urban Geometry, in Phenomenologies of the City: Studies in the History and Philosophy of Architecture, eds. Henriette Steiner and Maximilian Sternberg, Farnham, UK and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2015. 33-48.

Sabbath as City: Rabbinic Urbanism and Imperial Territoriality in Roman Palestine,” in Placing Ancient Texts: the Rhetorical and Ritual Use of Space, eds. Mika Ahuvia and Alex Kocar (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018) 53-86.

A neighborhood of Tombs: Architectural and Literary topoi in Late Antique Rabbinic Culture, Frankel Institute Annual (2008) 6-9.

“Architecture, Landscape, and Rabbinic Place-Making,” AJS Perspectives,  Spring (2014) 18-19.

"Sages and Cities: Rabbinic Urbanism and Roman Spatial Practices," Frankel Institute Annual (2015) 36-38.