Renana Keydar, Changing the Lens on Survivor Testimony: Topic Modeling the Eichmann TrialJewish Studies Quarterly (forthcoming).


Renana Keydar, Yael Litmanovitz, Badi Hasisi & Yoav Kan Tor, Modeling Repressive Policing: Computational Analysis of Protocols from the Israeli State Commission of Inquiry into the October 2000 Events, Law and Social Inquiry 2022.


Mohr Wenger, Tom Kalir, Noga Berger, Carmit Chalamish, Renana Keydar and Gabriel Stanvosky, Automated Extraction of Sentencing Decisions from Court Cases in the Hebrew LanguageNatural Legal Language Processing workshop (NLLP 2021), colocated with EMNLP 2021.

Renana Keydar, Listening from Afar: An Algorithmic Analysis of Testimonies from the International Criminal Courts, Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy (2020), 55-83.


Renana Keydar, ‘Lessons in Humanity’: Re-evaluating International Criminal Law’s Narrative of Progress in the Post 9/11 EraJournal of International Criminal Justice 17.2 (2019), 229-257.


Renana Keydar, ‘Everyone’s Child’: The Challenge of Judging Israeli Soldiers in the Shadow of the Conflict, Law, Culture and the Humanities (2019).


Renana Keydar, Mass Atrocity, Mass Testimony, and the Quantitative Turn in International LawLaw and Society Review 53.2 (2019) 554-587.


Renana Keydar, Rethinking Plurality: On Ethics and Storytelling in the Search for JusticeDibur Literary Journal 1(2015), 19-27.


Hebrew Publications

Renana Keydar and Ron Dudai, Imagined Justice: Civil Society, Literature and Critical Transitional Justice in IsraelTheory and Criticism 50 (2018), 371-390.


Renana Keydar, Judging the Sons: Facing Human Rights Abuses in Protracted ConflictsAlpayim Ve’od 1 (2018), 52-61.