- Daniel, D. and Levi A. (Eds.) (2014) Identity Palimpsests. Ethnic Archiving in the U.S. and Canada. Los Angeles, CA: Litwin Press.
- Kraus, K. and Levi, A. (Eds.). (2012). Rough Cuts: Media and Design in Process. [Online collection of essays and artifacts]. MediaCommons: The New Everyday.
Books and theses
- Evanescent Happiness: Ottoman Jews Encounter Modernity. The Case of Lea Mitrani and Joseph Niego (1863-1923). Istanbul, Turkey: Libra Books, 2015. This book is based on my Master’s thesis in History. Advisor: Prof. Bernard Cooperman.
- Koleksiyon Politikasını Belirleyen Etkenlerin Sanat Müzeleri Bağlamında İrdelenmesi. Thesis for Master’s in Museum Studies. Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey. Advisor: Prof. Tomur Atagök.
- “Hafızanın ‘Dayanılmaz Hafifliği’: Arşivler ve Müzelerde Türk Yahudi Kadını” (“The ‘Unbearable Lightness’ of Memory: The Turkish Jewish Woman in Archives and Museums”). In Leyla Neyzi (ed.), Nasıl Hatırlıyoruz? Türkiye’de Bellek Çalışmaları (How Do We Remember? Memory Studies in Turkey). Istanbul, Turkey: Is Bankasi Publishing, 2011.
- “Introduction: Ottoman Jewish Costume through Engravings.” In Silvyo Ovadya (ed.), Jewish Costumes in the Ottoman Empire. Istanbul, Turkey: Gözlem, 2001.
Articles published in conference proceedings
- D. Oard, A. Levi, R. Punzalan and R. Warren, “Bridging Communities of Practice: Emerging Technologies for Content-Centered Linking,” Museums and the Web 2014. Baltimore, MD, April 2014.
- “Humanities ‘big data’: Myths, challenges, and lessons.” Big Data in Humanities workshop, IEEE Big Data 2013. San Jose, CA, October 2013. .
- “From Personal Narratives to Collective Memory: Spinning a Web from Oral History.” 17th International Oral History Association Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 2012.
- “Borderlands and Boundaries: Recasting the History of Jewish Communities in the Balkans through New Media.” 17th Annual World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities, New York, NY, April 2012.
- “Communicating context: Libraries, archives, and museums in a connected world.” Connexions 2013, 1(1), 81-87.
- “Memorializing Religion: Crowdsourcing, Minorities, and the Quest of Identity in Digital Archives.” In ASIR 2011: Advances in the Study of Information and Religion (online journal).
- “Ongoing Archival work at the Nidhe Israel Synagogue and Museum in Bridgetown, Barbados.” Association for Jewish Libraries conference. Charleston, SC, 2016.
- Organizer of two-part session: “Close Encounters of the Social Media Kind: Mining Online Content for Primary Sources.” American Historical Association (AHA) annual meeting. Washington, DC, 2014.
- Part 1 (paper session, chair): “Unmediated Voices, Mediated Platforms: Seeking the “Other” through Social Media.”
- Part 2 (fishbowl session, discussant): “Navigating the Profession when Bits Rot, MOOCs Attract, and Social Media Become History.” Contribution: “Redefining primary sources for future historical research.”
- Organizer of and discussant at the roundtable “Leveraging Social Media as Resources and Tools in Jewish History Research and Pedagogy.” Association for Jewish Studies (AJS) Boston, December 2014.
- Contribution: “Web Resources as Primary Sources in Historical Research.”
- “The changing face of primary sources in historical scholarship on diasporas.” Great Lakes History Conference. Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI, October, 2013.
- “Big vs. (very) small data: Social media output as primary sources in historical research,” AERI 2013, Austin, TX, June 2013.
- “Semantic Technologies and Sense Making in Humanities,” DHSI 2013, University of Victoria, Canada, June 2013.
- “Unmediated Voices, Mediated Platforms: Social Media as Primary Sources in Historical Research,” Media in Transition 8: Public Media, Private Media, MIT, Cambridge, MA, May 2013.
- Organizer, chair, panelist: “The Changing Faces of Knowledge Production and Dissemination in Public History” panel. SHFG-OHMAR 2013, College Park, MD, April 2013.
- Presentation: “Close Encounters of the Social Media Kind: Redefining Primary Sources in Public History.”
- “Big, small, and really small data: Social media output as primary sources in historical research,” Beyond the PDF2 Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 2013.
- “Through the Eye of the Needle: Making Sense of Humanities Scholarship with Linked Open Data.” Semantic Search NKOS/CENDI Workshop, Washington, DC, December, 2012.
- “Reifying Collective Memory and Identity through User-Contributed Content in Ethnic Archives and Museums.” Archival Education and Research Institute 2012, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, July 2012.
- “Links as crossroads in archives, museums, libraries: Redefining diasporic online identity through user-generated contextual information.” Digital Crossroads Conference, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands, June 2012.
- Organizer, chair, panelist: “Health, Connectedness, Well-Being: Social Media and Diverse Populations” panel, iConference, Toronto, Canada, February 2012. iConference 2012, Toronto, Canada, February 2012.
- Presentation: “Healing the Nation: Diasporas and Online Health Communities.”
- “The “Wandering Jew” in the Age of Web 2.0: Crowdsourcing the Sephardic Diaspora.” Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists, Chicago, IL, August 2011.
- “New Questions, Old Paradigms: A Retrospective on Collaborative Sense-making.” MIT7 – Media in Transition, MIT, Cambridge, MA, May 2011.
- “Archiving Balkan Jews: Reclaiming the “Sephardic Heartland” through Web 2.0 Technologies.” Association of Jewish Libraries Annual Convention, Seattle, WA, July 2011.
- “Reclaiming History: Archiving Diasporas in the Age of Web 2.0 Technologies and Social Media.” Library Research Seminar V: Integrating Practice and Research, UMD, College Park, MD, November 2010.
- “Digital Archives as Transplanted Homelands: Minorities and the Archival Paradigm in the Digital Era.” American Association for History and Computing: Frontiers in Digital History, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, April 2009.
- “Digitizing Alterity: Archiving Women, Minorities, and Indigenous Peoples in the Digital Era.” Media in Transition 6: Stone and Papyrus, Storage and Transmission Conference, MIT, Cambridge, MA, May 2009.
- “Memory keepers, identity shapers: Tracing Sephardic Women in American archives.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Silver Spring, MD, April 2008.
- From Access to Integration: Digital Technologies and the Study of Jewish History, Center for Jewish History, New York, NY, November 2011 (attendee by invitation)
- “Constructing memory, reclaiming history: Representing Sephardic Women in the Balkans,” Lecture at Imagining the Cosmopolitan: Sephardic Jewish Cultural Contributions to Ottoman City Life workshop, Georgetown University, D.C., April 2009.
- “Exhibiting Sephardic and Mizrachi Jewry: Museums, Archives, and the ‘Unbearable Lightness’ of Memory,” Invited presentation in the Integrating Sephardi and Mizrachi Studies: Research and Practice conference, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, November 2008.
- “Hellenism in the USA: A Museological Approach.” Lecture at the American Foundation for Greek Language and Culture annual conference, Tampa, FL, 2002.
- Presented on the history of Ottoman Jews at the Jewish Study Center, Washington, DC; on the history of the B’nai B’rith benevolent association at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, Rockville, MD.