My research focuses on Jewish traditional narratives from a diachronic and comparative perspective. I am interested in the development, transmission, distribution and reception of the Jewish story and its cross-cultural references.


Research Interests:

Diachronic aspects of Hebrew literature.

Reception aspects of Hebrew literature.

The study of the Jewish story and its international affinities.

Jewish and international folk story.

Israeli children's literature: poetic and historic aspects.

Personal narrative analysis.


Supervision  - completed

Idit Bartov, "The image of Miriam the Prophetess in modern Hebrew literature: a leader, a poet, a rebel", M.A. thesis, Bar-Ilan University, 2015.  

Chedva Henig, "The night fell asleep in my room: a compilation of Leah Goldberg's lullabies – themes, poetics and meaning", M.A. thesis, Bar-Ilan University, 2016

Tali Schwalb, "From Genre to Anti-Genre: Dialectics as a Driving Force in Israeli Lullabies", M.A. thesis, Bar-Ilan University, 2016.

Reichart Chagit, "A diachronic view of the story of Hagar’s banishment: the shifting characterization of Hagar in Jewish versions of the story as a basis for interpretation", M.A. thesis, Bar-Ilan University, 2017.

Michael Schonfeld, Representations of Religious Characters in the Short Stories of Savyon Liebrecht, M.A. thesis-equivalent, Bar-Ilan University, 2017.  (co-supervisor: Zvi Mark).

Sivan Fani Darsan, Representations of Female Images in Rinat Hoffer’s Children's Literature (1995-2015), M.A thesis, Bar-Ilan University, 2019.

Yifat Caharon, Changes in Ester Shtreit Werzel's works, M.A. thesis-equivalent, Bar-Ilan University, 2020.




Last Updated Date : 29/11/2022