1. Gidron B, Katz S, Meyer M, Hasenfeld Y, Schwartz R, Crane JK. “Peace and Conflict Resolution Organizations in Three Protracted Conflicts: Structures, Resources and Ideology.” Voluntas. 10/4 (2000):275-298.
2. Crane JK. “Because...: Justifying Law / Rationalizing Ethics.” The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics. 55/1 (2005):55-77.
3. Crane JK. “On Obedience in Spinoza’s Theological-Political Treatise.” ARC. The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University. 34 (2006):239-250.
4. Crane JK. “Faltering Dialogue? Religious Rhetoric of Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Buber.” Anasakti Darshan: international journal of nonviolence-in-action. 3/1 (2007):34-52.
5. Crane JK. “Why Rights? Why Me?” Journal of Religious Ethics. 35/4 (2007):551-581.
6. Crane JK. “Jews Burying Gentiles.” The Review of Rabbinic Judaism. X/2 (2007):145-161.
7. Crane JK, Kadane JB. “Seeing Things: The Internet, the Talmud and Anais Nin.” The Review of Rabbinic Judaism. XI/2 (2008):342-345.
8. Crane JK. “Na’aseh v’Nishmah: For Rabbi Eugene B. Borowitz.” CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly. Fall (2009):21-25.
9. Crane JK. “Defining the Unspeakable: Incitement in Halakhah and Anglo-American Jurisprudence.” Journal of Law and Religion. XXV/2 (2009-2010):329-356.
10. Crane JK. “Shameful Ambivalences: Dimensions of Rabbinic Shame.” AJS Review: The Journal of the Association for Jewish Studies. 35/1(Spring 2011):Forthcoming.
11. Crane JK. “Torture: Judaic Twists.” Journal of Law and Religion. XXVI/2 (2010-2011):Forthcoming.
12. Crane JK. “Perspectives on Torture: Reports from a Dialogue Including Christian, Judaic, Islamic and Feminist Viewpoints.” Journal of Religious Ethics. Forthcoming.
13. Crane JK. “Torturous Ambivalence: Judaic Struggles with Torture.” Journal of Religious Ethics. Forthcoming.
1. Crane JK. “Stages of Man.” The Still Small Voice: reflections on being a Jewish man, 99-104. Edited by Michael Holzman. New York: Union for Reform Judaism Press. 2007.
2. Crane JK. “With a Mighty Hand: A Judaic Perspective on the Ethics of Modern Armed Conflict.” In Enemy Combatants, Terrorism, and Armed Conflict Law: A Guide to the Issues, 184-206. Praeger Security International series. Edited by David Linnan. Westport: Praeger. 2008.
3. Crane JK. “Open Source Covenant.” Jewish Theology In Our Time: A New Generation Explores the Foundations & Future of Jewish Belief, 43-49. Edited by Elliot Cosgrove. Woodstock: Jewish Lights Publication. 2010.
4. Crane JK. “Ethics of Hermann Cohen, Franz Rosenzweig and Martin Buber.” Oxford Handbook of Jewish Ethics and Morality. Dorff E, Crane JK, editors. New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming in 2011.
1. Samantha Power. A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide (New York: Perennial, 2002). CCAR Journal: A Reform Jewish Quarterly. 53/4 (2006):87-90.
2. Lenn Goodman. Love Thy Neighbor As Thyself (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007). The Journal of Religion. Forthcoming.
3. Sol Roth. The Jewish Idea of Ethics and Morality: A Covenantal Perspective (New York: Yeshiva University Press, 2007). The Journal of Religion. Forthcoming.