Yael Wilfand is responsible for rabbinic literature.
Poverty, Charity and the Image of the Poor in Rabbinic Texts from the Land of Israel. Social World of Biblical Antiquity, Second Series, 9; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2014.
The Wheel that Overtakes Everyone: Poverty and Charity in the Eyes of Sages in the Land of Israel (revised and expanded Hebrew version of English volume); forthcoming in 2017 from Hakibbutz Hameuchad.
“Charity and Philanthropy.” Pages 293-310 in On the Economy and on the Sustenance: Judaism, Society and Economics. Edited by Itamar Brenner and Aharon Ariel Levi. Jerusalem: Reuven Mas, 2008. [Hebrew]
“Did the Rabbis Reject the Roman Public Latrine?”BABESCH Annual Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology 84 (2009): 183-196.
“Aramaic Tombstones from Zoar and Jewish Conceptions of the Afterlife.” Journal for the Study of Judaism 40 (2009): 510-539.
“From the School of Shammai to Rabbi Yehuda the Patriarch's Student: The Evolution of the Poor Man's Tithe.” Jewish Studies Quarterly 22 (2015): 36-61.
“Supporting non-Jewish Poor: 'Goyim' (Gentiles), 'Others', and 'Those Who Do Not Belong to the Covenant'” Sidra: Journal for the Study of Rabbinic Literature 30 (2016): 35-46. [Hebrew]
“'Even a Horse, Even a Slave'?: The Provision of Personal Needs versus the Application of Uniform Standards in Rabbinic Almsgiving.” Pages 369-399 in Pursuing Justice: Society and Economy in Jewish Sources. Edited by Hanoch Dagan and Benjamin Porat. Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute, 2016. [Hebrew]
“‘No-one can Avoid this Measure’ Explaining Poverty among Individuals according to the Babylonian and Palestinian Talmuds.” Pages 215-240 in Between Babylonia and the Land of Israel: Studies in Honor of Isaiah M. Gafni. Edited by Geoffrey Herman, Meir Ben Shahar and Aharon Oppenheimer. Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 2016.
“Serpent or Furled Sail: An Analysis of the Ships in the Madaba Map” (forthcoming in Eastern Christian Art in its Late Antique and Islamic Contexts).
Review of Steven Fine, Art, History and the Historiography of Judaism in Roman Antiquity, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2014).