Researcher interests: Modern Hebrew literature; Israeli literature. Sacredness and nationalism in Hebrew literature. “Old“ settlement (Yishuv) in Hebrew literature. Eros, family and community in Eretz-Israeli literature. The Israeli sovereign: Israeli literature and public discourse in the 1960s and 1970s. Colonial and post-Colonial Hebrew literature: a comparative perspective. Nationalism and gender in Israeli writers` prose. National and ethnic identity in Hebrew and Israeli literature.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
DEPARTMENT: Hebrew Literature
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Selected Publications

Nationalism and Maternal Sacrifice in To the End of the Land (2013)| PROJECT MUSE| Read more
“MASTERY REGAINED”—ISRAELI JEWISH SOVEREIGNTY AND SPACE IN THE ISRAELI NOVEL 1967–1973 (2011)| Taylor and Francis online| Read more
Photography, Home, Language: Ronit Matalon Facing Joseph Conrad's Colonial Journeys in the Heart of Darkness (2010)| PROJECT MUSE| Read more

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