Russian culture, film, women's studies, theater, and 19th century literature; also Comparative Literature and Jewish Studies.
Marking Time: a book-length study of the Yiddish author David Bergelson in the context of early twentieth century theoretical and artistic inquiries about memory, time, and consciousness. Henri Bergson and Freud provide the theoretical point of departure.
Russia and the Jews, 1920-2000: Language, Race, and Nation. A study of literary works in Yiddish and Russian, focusing on the textual, linguistic, ideological, and racialized production of the Jew's difference in Soviet Russia
Stanford University (1985)
Music from a Speeding Train: Jewish Literature in Post-Revolution Russia (Stanford University Press, 2011)