Gershenson, O. (2015). The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow: Judaism for the masses. Special issue of East European Jewish Affairs, "New Jewish Museum in Post-Communist Europe," 45(2-3), 158-173.
Gershenson, O. (Spring 2015). The Dybbuk. AJS Perspectives: The Magazine of the Association for Jewish Studies.
Gershenson, O. (February 4, 2014). "There is a Jewish character in every one of my films…" Booknik. [In Russian]
Gershenson, O. (2013). The Holocaust on Soviet screens: Charting the map. Search and Research (special issue on representation of the Holocaust in Soviet literature and film), 19, 101-121.
Gershenson, O. (2013). The missing links of the Holocaust cinema: Evacuation in Soviet films. Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities, 32(2), 53-63.
Gershenson, O. (January 30, 2013). Countering single-narrative academic tours of Israel. +972 Magazine
Gershenson, O. and D. Shneer. (2011). Soviet Jewishness and cultural studies. Journal of Jewish Identities, 4(1), 129-147
Gershenson, O. (2011). "Is Israel part of Russia?" Immigrants on Russian and Israeli screens. Israel Affairs, 17(1) , 164-176.
Gershenson, O. (2011). Aliyah to the movies: Russian & Israeli Cinema. Jewish Quarterly, 217, 31-35.
Gershenson, O. (Spring 2010). Jewish Moscow - a Guidebook. AJS Perspectives: The Magazine of the Association for Jewish Studies, 38-39.
Gershenson, O. and D. Shneer (March 20, 2009). From Russia with lessons in transnational Jewish identity-building. The Forward, 7.
Gershenson, O. (2009). Accented memory: Russian immigrants reimagine Israeli past. Journal of Israeli History, 28(1), 21-36 .
Gershenson, O. & D. Hudson. (2008). New immigrant, old story: Framing Russians on the Israeli screen. Journal of Film and Video, 60 (3-4), 25-42.
Gershenson, O. & D. Hudson. (2007). Absorbed by love: Russian Immigrant woman in Israeli film. Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 6(3), 301-315 .
Gershenson, O. (2007). Politics of identity and critical judgment: Gesher Theatre in Israel . Thamyris/Intersecting: Place, Sex and Race, 14, 99-114.
Gershenson, O. (2005). Postcolonial discourse analysis and intercultural communication: Building the new model. The Intercultural and International Communication Annual, 28, 124-145.
Gershenson, O. (2005). KI from Crime: Kama Ginkas stages Dostoevsky. Toronto Slavic Review, 11.
Gershenson, O. (2003). The lure and threat of cultural hybridity. Journal of International Communication, 9(2), 106-122.
Gershenson, O. (2003). Misunderstanding between Israelis and Soviet immigrants: Linguistic and cultural factors. Multilingua, 22(3), 275-290.
Gershenson, O. (2003). The family of strangers: Metaphors of connection and separation in Gesher theatre in Israel. Western Journal of Communication, 67(3), 315-334.
Gershenson, O. (2002). Bridging theatre: Gesher's transition from Russian to Hebrew. TEATR: Russian Theatre Past and Present, 3, 99-113.
Gershenson, O. (1994). Cross-cultural misunderstanding: Israelis and Russian immigrants. Slavianovedenie, 4, 53-58. [In Russian]
Begley, V. & O. Gershenson, Eds. (2005). Volumes: New Insights into the Gendered Construction of Space/s. Special issue of Journal of International Women's Studies, 6(2), including editorial introduction.