A. Ph.D. Dissertation
Voice-Identity-Presence: The Rhetorics of Ventriloquism in Contemporary Women’s Vocal Performance Art. Supervisor: Professor Freddie Rokem. Tel Aviv University, 2013.
B. Scientific Books (Refereed)
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2019. Possessed Voices: Aural Remains from Modernist Hebrew Theatre. Albany: State University of New York Press.
*2020 Jordan Schnitzer Book Award Finalist in the category of “Jews and the Arts: Music, Performance, and Visual.”
Edited Books and Special Journal Issues
Abeliovich Ruthie, Sharon Aronson-Lehavi, and Linda Ben-Zvi (Eds.). 2015. A Stage of Their Own: Seven American Feminist Plays. Tel Aviv University Press: Assaph. (Hebrew) 196 pages.
Abeliovich Ruthie and Edwin Seroussi (Eds.). 2019. Borderlines: Essays on artistic and conceptual practices of mapping places. Warsaw: De Gruyter Press.
C. Articles in Refereed Journals
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2009. “Envoicing the Future: Victoria Hanna’s Exterior Voice.” Theatre Research International, 34:159-165.
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2013. “In Search of the Author’s Voice: 'The Strindberg Project', a Performance by the Cullberg Ballet.” European Stages 1.1: 101-105.
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2014. “The Occupying Spectator: Audio-Spatial Ruptures in Performative Representation of Israeli-Palestinian Encounters.” Performance Research 19.6: 54-63.
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2015. “Voice, Identity, Presence: Stammering as an Aural Image in Victoria Hanna's Performance Signals.” Theatre Journal 67.1: 43-61.
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2016. “Choreographing Violence in Archive, by Arkadi Zaides.” The Drama Review T229: 65-70.
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2018. “Reconsidering Arnold Van Gennep’s Les Rites de Passage from the Perspective of ‘Performance Studies’.” Journal of Classical Sociology 18.4: 283-299.
Ruthie Abeliovich and T. Sofie Taubert. 2020. “Theatrical Vestiges: Material Remains and Theatre Historiography.” Theatre Research International 45.3:297-302.
Ruthie Abeliovich. 2020. “Work and Play: Performing Residues in Rolf Hochhuth’s The Representative (1964).” Theatre Research International 45.3: 326-331.
Ruthie Abeliovich and Ido Ramati. 2022. “Use this sound: Networked Ventriloquism on Yiddish TikTok.” New Media and Society.
Ruthie Abeliovich. 2022. “Behind the Mask.” Dapim: Research in Literature, Vol. 23, 75-100. (Hebrew).
D. Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books (Refereed)
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2017. “The voice of The Nation's Mother: Hanna Rovina as An Acoustic Icon.” In: Gad Kaynar, Dorit Yerushalmi and Shelly Zer-Zion (Eds.), Habima: New Studies on National Theatre. Tel Aviv: Resling. (Hebrew). pp. 317-336.
Abeliovich Ruthie. “Vocalic Borderlines and Theatrical Soundscapes: A Study of a Lamentation Recording from Habima’s Performance The Eternal Jew”. In: Ruthie Abeliovich and Edwin Seroussi (Eds.), Borderlines: Essays on artistic and conceptual practices of mapping places. Warsaw: Sciendo Press, 2019. pp. 208-220.
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2019. "Archived Voices: Attempting to Listen to the Theatrical Past." In: Joanna Robinson and Claire Cochrane (Eds.), The Methuen Drama Handbook of Theatre History and Historiography. London and New York: Bloomsbury Press. pp. 185-196.
E. Other Scientific Publications.
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2021. “The Stage as A Temporary Home: The Theatre of Dzigen and Shumacher by Diego Rotman.” Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry, vol. 27 (Hebrew).
Abeliovich Ruthie. 2020. “On Guilt and Ghosts: Grzegorz Niziołek, The Polish Theatre and the Holocaust (London and New York: Methuen Drama Press, 2019).” Pamiętnik Teatralny, 69(4), s. 161-170.
Drama Translations: From English to Hebrew
Yankowitz Susan. 2015. "Night Sky." A Stage of Their Own: Seven American Feminist Plays. Eds. Abeliovich Ruthie, Sharon Aronson-Lehavi, and Linda Ben-Zvi. Tel Aviv University press: Assaph. (Hebrew). pp. 115-154.
Abeliovich Ruthie, 2012. Gender and Feminism in Modern Theatre: Advanced Course Study Guide. Raanana: The Open University of Israel Press. (Hebrew).