Dr. Renana Keydar

Dr. Renana Keydar


PhD, comparative literature, Stanford University, 2015

LLB, Law (magna cum laude), Tel Aviv University, 2003

BA, Political Science (magna cum laude), Tel Aviv University, 2003.


Representative publications

Listening from Afar: An Algorithmic Analysis of Testimonies from the International Criminal Courts, Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy (2020).

Lessons in Humanity’: Re-evaluating International Criminal Law’s Narrative of Progress in the Post 9/11 EraJournal of International Criminal Justice 17.2 (2019), 229-257.

Everyone’s Child’: The Challenge of Judging Israeli Soldiers in the Shadow of the  Conflict, Law, Culture and the Humanities(2019), DOI 10.1177/1743872119852078.

Renana Keydar, Mass Atrocity, Mass Testimony, and the Quantitative Turn in International Law, Law and Society Review 53.2 (2019) 554-587.

Imagined Justice: Civil Society, Literature and Critical Transitional Justice in IsraelTheory and Criticism 50 (2018), 371-390 (Hebrew).