Gafter, R. J. and Mor, U. 2023. Prescriptive language ideologies in Modern Hebrew. In J. Beal, M. Lukač and R. Straaijer (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Linguistic Prescriptivism. New York, NY: Routledge.

Berrebi, S., Bassel, N. and Gafter, R. J. 2022. Hearing Hebrew Pharyngeals: Experimental evidence for a covert phonemic distinction. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 28.2.

Gafter, R. J. 2021. “Me(h)amem”: A Quantitative Account of (h) Variation and Speaker Attitudes. Karmilim 14: 183-209. (In Hebrew)

Gafter, R. J. 2021. Reconciling seemingly conflicting social meanings. In Hall-Lew, L., Moore E. and Podesva, R. J. (eds.) Social Meaning and Linguistic Variation: Theorizing the Third Wave. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 222-242.

Milani, T. M., Awayed-Bishara, M., Gafter, R. J. and Levon, E. 2021. When the checkpoint becomes a counterpoint: Stasis as queer dissent. Trabalhos em Linguística Aplicada 59(3): 1659-1687.

Gafter, R. J. and Milani, T. M. 2021. Affective trouble: a Jewish/Palestinian heterosexual wedding threatening the Israeli nation-state? Social Semiotics 31(5): 710-723.

Meyerhoff , M., Abtahian, M., Gafter, R. J., Horesh, U., Kasstan, J. R., Keegan, P. and King, J. 2020. Styles, standards and meaning: Issues in the globalisation of sociolinguistics. Language Ecology 4(1): 1-16.

Gafter, R. J. 2020. Stylistic variation in Hebrew reading tasks: Methodological and theoretical insights. Language Ecology 4(1): 39-55.

Gafter, R. J. 2020. Trilling as a sociolinguistic variable: Ethnicity and variation in the Hebrew dorsal fricatives. Sociolinguistic Studies 14(4): 483-503.

Gafter, R. J. and Horesh, U. 2020. What predicts pharyngeal realizations in Bilingual Palestinians’ Hebrew? University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 25.2.

Gafter, R. J. and Horesh, U. 2019. Two languages, one variable? Pharyngeal realizations among Arabic-Hebrew bilinguals. Journal of Sociolinguistics 24: 369-387.

Gafter, R. J., Spicer, S., and Ariel, M. 2019. How does ‘bring’ (not) change to ‘give’? Folia Linguistica 53: 443-447.

Levon, E. and Gafter, R. J. 2019. "This is not Europe”: Sexuality, ethnicity and the (re)enactment of Israeli authenticity. Discourse, Context & Media 30.

Gafter, R. J. 2019. Modern Hebrew sociophonetics. Brill’s Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 11: 226-242.

Gafter, R. J. 2019. Using pharyngeals out of context: Linguistic stereotypes in parodic performances of Mizrahi Hebrew speakers. In R. Blake and I. Buchstaller (eds.) The Routledge Companion to the Work of John R. Rickford. New York, NY: Routledge. 232-241.

Gafter, R. J. 2019. Linguistic change and resistance to change: the pronunciation of (ħ) and (ʕ) among the Yemenite community in Rosh Ha’ayin. In R. Berman (ed.) Change and Variation in Language. Jerusalem: The Israeli Academy of Sciences and Humanities. (In Hebrew)

Milani, T. M., Levon, E., Gafter, R. J., and Or, I. G. 2018. Tel Aviv as a space of affirmation versus transformation: Language, citizenship and the politics of sexuality in Israel. Linguistic Landscapes 4: 278-297.

Gafter, R. J. 2016. What’s a stigmatized variant doing in the word list? Authenticity in reading styles and the Hebrew pharyngeals. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20: 31-58.

Gafter, R. J. 2016. Pharyngeal beauty and depharyngealized geek: Performing ethnicity on Israeli reality TV. In H. S. Alim, J. R. Rickford and A. F. Ball (eds.) Raciolinguistics: How Language Shapes Our Ideas About Race. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 185-202.

Gafter, R. J. and Horesh, U. 2015. When the construction is axla, everything is axla: A case of combined lexical and structural borrowing from Arabic to Hebrew. Journal of Jewish Languages 3: 337-348.

Sumner, M., Kurumada, C., Gafter, R. J., and Casillas, M. 2013. Phonetic variation and the recognition of words with pronunciation variants. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

Gafter, R. J. 2014. The Distribution of the Hebrew Possessive Dative Construction. guided by unaccusativity or prominence?. Linguistic Inquiry. 45(3): 482-500.