Selected Articles in Journals

Yosef, Raz, "The Military Body: Male Masochism and Homoerotic Relations in Israeli Cinema" [in Hebrew], Theory and Criticism 18 (Spring 2001): 11-46

Yosef, Raz, "Homoland: Interracial Sex and the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict in Israeli Cinema," GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 8.4 (2002): 553-579.

Yosef, Raz, "Ethnicity and Sexual Politics: The Invention of Mizrahi Masculinity in Israeli Cinema," [in Hebrew] Theory and Criticism 25 (Fall 2004): 31-62.

Yosef, Raz, "The National Closet: Gay Israel in Yossi and Jagger," GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 11: 2 (2005): 283-300.

Yosef, Raz, "Spectacles of Pain: War, Masculinity and the Masochistic Fantasy in Amos Gitai's Kippur," Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, Vol. 24, Number 1 (Fall 2005): 49-66.

Yosef, Raz, "Restaging the Primal Scene of Loss: Melancholia and Ethnicity in Israeli Cinema," Third Text, Vol. 20: 3/4 (May/July 2006): 487-498.

Yosef, Raz, "The Politics of the Normal: Sex and Nation in Gay Israeli Cinema," [in Hebrew], Theory and Criticism 30 (Summer 2008): 159-188.

Yosef, Raz, "Phantasmatic Losses: National Traumas, Masculinity and Primal Scenes in Israeli Cinema – Walk on Water," Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, vol. 49, Number 1 (Spring 2008): 93-105.

Yosef, Raz, "Visual Evidences: Memory and History in Israeli Cinema," [in Hebrew], Israel: Studies in Zionism and the State of Israel – History, Society, Culture 14 (2008): 1-12.

Yosef, Raz, "Recycled Wounds: Trauma, Gender and Ethnicity in Keren Yedaya's Or, My Treasure," Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture and Media Studies 72, volume 24, Number 3 (2009): 41-72.

Yosef, Raz, "Fantasies of Loss: Melancholia and ethnicity in Israeli-Mizrahi Cinema" [in Hebrew], Mikan: Journal for Hebrew and Israeli Literature and Culture Studies 10 (September 2010): 134-152.

Yosef, Raz, "War Fantasies: Memory, Trauma and Ethics in Ari Folman's Waltz with Bashir," Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 9:3 (November 2010): 311-326.

Yosef, Raz, "Traces of War: Trauma, Memory, and the Archive in Joseph Cedar's Beaufort," Cinema Journal 50 No. 2 (Winter 2011): 61-83.

Hagin, Boaz 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

Yosef, Raz and Boaz Hagin, "Israeli Cinema," Oxford Bibliographies in Cinema and Media Studies, Krin Gabbard (ed.), New York: Oxford University Press, (2013): 1-47.

Yosef, Raz, "The Responsibility of the Gaze: Reflections on Ethics and Documentary Film Following Bill Nichols," [in Hebrew], Mikan: Journal for Hebrew and Israeli Literature and Culture Studies (2013, forthcoming).

Yosef, Raz, "Melancholic Attachments: Diaspora, Ethnicity, and Sexuality in Contemporary Israeli Cinema," [in Hebrew], Israeli Sociology: A Journal for the Study of Society in Israel (2013, forthcoming).

Yoesf, Raz, “The Responsibility of the Gaze: Reflections on Ethics and Documentary Film Following Bill Nichols” [in Hebrew], Mikan: Journal for Hebrew and Israeli Literature and Culture Studies 13 (2013): 164-180.

Yosef, Raz, “Melancholic Attachments: Diaspora, Ethnicity, and Sexuality in Contemporary Israeli Cinema” [in Hebrew], Israeli Sociology: A Journal for the Study of Society in Israel 15.1 (2013/2014): 11-34.

Yosef, Raz, “Resisting Genealogy: Diasporic Grief and Heterosexual Melancholia in the Israeli Films Three Mothers and Late Marriage,” Jewish Film and New Media: An International Journal 4.2, 2016, pp. 161-185.

Yosef, Raz, “Conditions of Visibility: Trauma and Contemporary Israeli Women’s Cinema,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 42.4, 2017, pp. 919-943.

Yosef, Raz, “Conditions of Visibility: Trauma and Contemporary Israeli Women’s Cinema – Michal Aviad’s Invisible” [in Hebrew], Mikan: Journal for Hebrew and Israeli Literature and Culture Studies (2017, forthcoming).

Gertz, Nurith and Raz Yosef, “Enemies, a Love Story: Trauma, Time, and ‘Singular Plural’ in the Israeli Television Series Fauda,” Israel Studies Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal, (2017, forthcoming).