Raz Yosef and Boaz Hagin (eds.), Deeper Than Oblivion: Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema (New York and London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013).
Thomas Elsaesser and Boaz Hagin, Memory, Trauma, and Fantasy in American Cinema (Ra’anana: Open University of Israel, 2012).
Boaz Hagin, Sandra Meiri, Raz Yosef and Anat Zanger (eds.), Just Images: Ethics and the Cinematic (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011).
Boaz Hagin, Death in Classical Hollywood Cinema (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).
Boaz Hagin, “‘The Catskill Mountains with Arabs’: Pluralizing the Meanings of Melville Shavelson’s Cast a Giant Shadow (1966),” Jewish Film & New Media: An International Journal 6.1 (in press).
Boaz Hagin, “Margot Klausner and the Pioneering of Israeli cinema,” Screen 59.2 (2018): 158-175. Full text (pdf/html)
Boaz Hagin and Roy Wagner, “The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine,” Journal of Film and Video 66.4 (2014): 19-33.
Boaz Hagin, “The Psychological Thriller and the Family Drama: On Ethics and Terrorism in Frozen Days,” Mikkan 13 (2013): 124-144.
Boaz Hagin, “Inverted Identification: Bergson and Phenomenology in Deleuze’s Cinema Books,” New Review of Film and Television Studies 11.3 (2013): 262-287.
Boaz Hagin, “‘Our Traumas’: Terrorism, Tradition, and Mind Games in Frozen Days,” Raz Yosef and Boaz Hagin (editors), Deeper Than Oblivion: Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema (New York and London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013), 198-221.
Boaz Hagin and Raz Yosef, “Sweet on the Inside: Trauma, Memory, and Israeli Cinema,” Raz Yosef and Boaz Hagin (editors), Deeper Than Oblivion: Trauma and Memory in Israeli Cinema (New York and London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013), 1-20.
Gal Raz, Boaz Hagin, and Talma Hendler, “E-Motion Pictures of the Brain: Recursive Paths between Affective Neuroscience and Film Studies,” Arthur P. Shimamura (editor), Psychocinematics: Exploring Cognition at the Movies (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013), 285-313.
Raz Yosef and Boaz Hagin, “Israeli Cinema,” Oxford Bibliographies Online (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013).
Boaz Hagin and Raz Yosef, “Festival Exoticism: The Israeli Queer Film in a Global Context,” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 18.1 (2012): 161-178.
Boaz Hagin, “Killed Because of Lousy Ratings: The Hollywood History of Snuff,” Journal of Popular Film and Television 38.1 (January-March 2010): 44-51.
Boaz Hagin, “Examples in Theory: Interpassive Illustrations and Celluloid Fetishism,” Cinema Journal 48.1 (Fall 2008): 3-26.
Boaz Hagin, “Male Weeping as Performative: The Crying Mossad Assassin in Walk on Water,” Camera Obscura 68, 23.2 (September 2008): 103-139.
Boaz Hagin, “Civilized Warriors and Primitive Cinema: Freud’s Denial-of-Death in Fin-de-Siècle Spectacles of Mortality.” Psychoanalyse im Widerspruch 30 (2003): 45-61. Full text (pdf)