“Reflections on Hannah Arendt, Radical Evil and Holocaust Survivors’ Testimonies,” Presented at What Is Memory? Seventy Years Later – Meetings, Discussions, Exhibition, a conference at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, April 2015.
“Dwelling on Horrors: Hannah Arendt’s Attitude towards Holocaust Survivors’ Testimonies,” Presented at the International Oral History Conference: Looking at then, now, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, June 2014.
“Dwelling on Horrors: Hannah Arendt’s Attitude towards Holocaust Survivors’ Testimonies,” Presented at the Future of Holocaust Testimonies III: An International Conference and Workshop, Western Galilee College, Akko, March 2014.
“Nihilism and Antisemitism: The Reception of Céline’s Journey to the End of the Night in Israel,” Presented at the Concept of Nihilism and the Limits of Political Critique, International Workshop at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, June 2012.
“We Refugees: Hannah Arendt, First Person,” Presented at a Symposium in Honor of the Publication of the Hebrew Translation of Hannah Arendt’s Collected Papers Jewish Writings, Tel Aviv University, June 2012.
“Total Domination: Between Conception and Experience – Rethinking the Arendtian Account through Holocaust Testimonies,” Presented at the Future of Holocaust Testimonies: An International Conference and Workshop, Western Galilee College, Akko, January 2010.
“Hannah Arendt’s Conception of “Total Domination”: A Theoretical and Historiographical Account,” Presented at the Northeastern Political Science Association 2007 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, November 2007.
“Why Was Auschwitz Never Bombed by the U.S.? A Reexamination of American Inaction,” Presented at the 27th Annual Conference on the Holocaust at Millersville University, Pennsylvania, March 2007.
“On Radical Evil and the Banality of Evil: Hannah Arendt and Franz Kafka,” Presented at the Northeastern Political Science Association 2006 Annual Meeting, Boston, November 2006.
“The Construction of Israeli Collective Memory of the Holocaust in the Formative Years of Israel,” Presented at the “History Matters: Spaces of Violence, Spaces of Memory,” the 7th Annual Sociology and Historical Studies Conference, the New School for Social Research, April 2004.