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.
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 Era, Journal 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 Israel, Theory and Criticism 50 (2018), 371-390 (Hebrew).