"Islam, Eastern Christianity, and Superstition According to Some Early Modern English Observers," in Knowledge and Religion in Early Modern Europe: Studies in Honor of Michael Heyd, edited by Tamar Herzig, Yaacov Deutsch and Asaph Ben-Tov (Leiden: Brill, 2013), pp. 135-52.
“The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela in the Sixteenth Century,” Zmanim 117 (2012): 98-103 [Hebrew].
[המסע של מסעות בנימין מטודלה במאה השש-עשרה]
Sacred Words and Worlds: Geography, Religion, and Scholarship, 1550-1700, Scientific and Learned Cultures and Their Institutions (Leiden: Brill, 2011).
Hebraic Aspects of the Renaissance : Sources and Encounters, co-edited with Ilana Zinguer and Abraham Melamed, Brill's Series in Jewish Studies (Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2011).
Ptolemy’s Geography in the Renaissance, co-edited with Charles Burnett (London; Turin: Warburg Institute; Nino Aragno, 2011).
“Main Themes in the Study of Ptolemy's Geography in the Renaissance,” in Ptolemy’s Geography in the Renaissance, pp. 1-14.
“Christian Pilgrimage and Ritual Measurement in Jerusalem,” La misura, Micrologus, 19 (2011): 131-150.
An earlier version appeared as Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Preprint 384, 2009. Read it here.
“Harmony and Reason of State: Intersections of Cosmography and Political Theory in the Early Modem Period,” Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences, 59, no. 163 (2009): 591-603.
“The Travel Notebooks of John Greaves,” in The Republic of Letters and the Levant, Intersections 5-2005, edited by A. Hamilton, M.van den Boogert, B. Westerweel (Leiden: Brill, 2005), pp. 77-102.
“Sacred Geography, Antiquarianism, and Visual Erudition: Benito Arias Montano and the Maps of the Antwerp Polyglot Bible,” Imago Mundi 55 (2003), 56-80.
“Measurer of All Things: John Greaves (1602-1652), the Great Pyramid, and Early Modern Metrology,” Journal of the History of Ideas 63, no. 4 (2002): 555-575.
b) Other pieces
Co-editor with R. Shir and M. Shalev: Isaac Shalev, Song of Time Passing, Tel Aviv: Am-Oved, 2009 [Hebrew].
יצחק שלו, השיר אל הזמן העובר, עם עובד, 2009
“Masada,” an entry for The Classical Tradition, ed. Anthony Grafton et al., Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010, pp. 568-9.
“Ptolemy’s Geography” and “Samuel Bochart,” illustrated entries for The Map Book, ed. Peter Barber, London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2005.
“Mapping the Holy Land, Mapping Sacred Scholarship,” Religious Studies News: Society of Biblical Literature Edition vol. 3, no. 10 (2002).
“Straight Lines in the Desert,” Mapline 91 (2000), p. 7, Chicago: The Newberry Library [exhibition caption].
Rituals in Jerusalem, with photographs by I. Grinberg, 252pp., Or Yehuda: Hed-Artzi, 1999 [Hebrew].
Maps, Myths, and Men: The Story of the Vínland Map, by Kirsten A. Seaver (Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2004) The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 37, no. 3 (2006): 455-457.
The Marvel of Maps: Art, Cartography, and Politics in Renaissance Italy, by Francesca Fiorani (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006), Zmanim 100 (2007): 178-181 [Hebrew].
Trickster Travels: A Sixteenth-Century Muslim between Worlds, by Natalie Zemon Davis (New York: Hill and Wang, 2006, Renaissance Quarterly 60, no. 1 (2007): 157-158.
Mehmed II the Conqueror and the Fall of the Franco-Byzantine Levant to the Ottoman Turks: Some Western Views and Testimonies. Edited, translated, and annotated by Marios Philippides. (Tempe, Ariz.: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2007), Renaissance Quarterly. 62, no. 3 (2009): 968-970.
The Cosmographia of Sebastian Münster. Describing the world in the Reformation, by Matthew McLean (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007) The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 60, no. 3 (2009): 601-602.
Holy Land in Maps, ed. A. Tishby, Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 2001, Ha’aretz Books Supplement, 2 April 2003 [Hebrew].
The Pleasures of Reading in an Ideological Age, by Robert Alter, , 1996, Ha’aretz Books Supplement, 24 July 2002 [Hebrew].
Peiresc’s Europe, by Peter Miller, Yale University Press, 2000, Ha’aretz Books Supplement, 27 Feb. 2002 [Hebrew].