Forthcoming “Fragmented Histories, Fragmented Lives.” In Catherine Wanner, ed., Dispossession: Imperial Legacies and Russia’s War on Ukraine. London: Routledge.
2022 “Germany Wants Jews.” Tablet Magazine, 26.04.2022.
2022 “The Ukrainian War Tears Apart the Russian-speaking Jewish World.” Haaretz Newspaper, 14.04.2022.
2022 “Putin’s War and the Making of a Ukrainian Jewry.” LSE Religion and Global Society Blog.
2020 “Publicising the Miracle of Chanukah: Celebrating in COVID-19.”
2020 “This Night is Different From All Others’: Passover in London and Celebrating Liberation in Isolation.”
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
2018 ‘Between a Home and a Homeland: Experiences of Jewish Return Migrants in Ukraine’ in Tom Selwyn and Nicola Frost eds., Traveling Towards Home, New York: Berghahn Books, pg. 55-76.
2016 ‘Home in the Diaspora? Jewish Returnees and Transmigrants in Ukraine’ in Zvi Gitelman ed. The New Jewish Diaspora, Rutgers University Press, pg. 60-75.
2015 From Evrei to Eudei: Turning or Returning to Faith? State, Religions and Church, Special Issue Judaism after USSR: Old and New, Religious and National. 3(33): 224-255. Moscow (in Russian).
2013 ‘Returnees or Immigrants: Anthropological Analysis of “Russian” Israelis in Odessa’ Special Issue of Diasporas Journal Israeli Diasporas: Where, How and Why. Diaspora 2013 (2): 47-66. Moscow (in Russian).
2012 ‘Negotiating Cosmopolitanism: Migration, Religious Education and Shifting Jewish Orientations in post-Soviet Odessa’ in Caroline Humphrey and Vera Skvirskaja eds., Explorations of the Post-Cosmopolitan City, New York: Berghahn Books, pg. 65-93.
2006 ‘Tuda ili Obratno?’ Moria Almanac 6: 12–20 (in Russian).
2011 Book Review ‘Communities of the Converted: Ukrainians and Global Evangelism by Catherine Wanner,’ Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 17 (2) 431-432.