Chapters

Gershenson, O. (2015). The willing amnesia: The Holocaust in post-Soviet cinema. In O. Kobrynskyy and G. Bayer (Eds.), Holocaust Cinema in the Twenty-First Century: Memory, Images, and the Ethics of Representation. New York: Columbia University Press/Wallflower, 76-95.

Gershenson, O. (2014). Between the permitted and the forbidden: the politics of Holocaust representation in The Unvanquished (1945). In H. Murav and G. Estraikh (Eds.), Soviet Jews in World War II: Fighting, Witnessing, Remembering. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 168-187.

Gershenson, O. (2014). Gesher: an immigrant theater in Israeli media, a snapshot from the1990s. In D. Caspi and N. Elias (Eds.), Ethnic Minorities and Media in the Holy Land. London: Vallentine-Mitchell, 27-43.

Gershenson, O. (2013). Cultural colonization: A case-study of Gesher Theatre. In J. Lerner and R. Feldhay (Eds.), Russians in Israel. Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute and Hakibbutz Hameuhad, 129-150. [In Hebrew]

Gershenson, O.(2012). Les Insoumis (1945) ou comment un roman soviétique est devenu un film juif. In V. Pozner and N. Laurent (Eds.),Kinojudaica. Les Représentations des Juifs dans le Cinéma de Russie et d’Union Soviétique des Années 1910 aux Années 1980. Paris: Nouveau Monde Éditions, 341-365.

Gershenson, O. (2011). Immigrant cinema: Russian-Israelis on screens and behind the cameras. In M. Talmon-Bohm and Y. Peleg (Eds.),Israeli Cinema: Identities in Motion. Austin: Texas University Press.

Gershenson, O. (2010). The Restroom Revolution: Unisex toilets and campus politics. In H. Molotch and L. Norén (Eds.). Toilet: Public Restrooms and the Politics of Sharing. New York: New York University Press, 191-208.

Gershenson, O. & B. Penner. (2009). Introduction: The private life of public conveniences.In O. Gershenson & B. Penner (Eds.). Ladies and Gents: Public Toilets and Gender. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1-35.

Gershenson, O. (2009). Accented past: Russian immigrants in Israeli film. In M. Kenigshtein (Ed.). The Gold of Exile: Spiritual and Cultural Integration of Russian Jews in Israel. Moscow; Jerusalem: Gesharim, 349-374. [In Russian].

Gershenson, O. & D. Hudson. (2008). In love, willingly: Immigration, gender, cinema. In E. E. Nosenko (Ed.), Israel through the "Russian" Eyes: Cultures and Identities. Moscow: Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences: Natalis Press, 377-398. [In Russian]

Gershenson, O. (2008). Ambivalence and identity in Russian-Jewish cinema. In. S.J. Bronner (Ed.), Jewish Cultural Studies, Volume I.Jewishness: Expression, Identity, and Representation. Oxford: The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 175-195. Reprinted in Contemplate.