2001 –'The reflection of the Dome of the Rock and the Temple Mount in the architectural design of the Hebrew University' at the Thirteenth World Congress of Jewish Studies, at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
2002 – 'Academia and Nationalism- from the Mount Scopus campus to Giv'at Ram and back', a lecture at the Tel Aviv University, The Urban Geography Department Seminar.
2003 –'Building a National Identity – Ideology and Architecture at the Hebrew University' at the Jewish Art Association Conference in Jerusalem on A Collective Portrait; Forming a National Identity in a Changing Era.
2003 – 'The quest for Dialogue in Erich Mendelsohn's Architectural Plans for the Hebrew University', at a conference on Erich Mendelsohn in Palestine, held at the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem.
2004 – 'Designing the Hebrew University as a symbol of Jewish rebirth and reconstruction', at international conference at the WIZO Academy of Design and Education in Haifa, with collaboration of the Goethe Institute, Tel Aviv, on Reconstructing Zion; Utopia and Nostalgia – Architecture and Ideology in Palestine/Israel.
2007 – 'Architecture in the service of the Melting Pot Ideology: Success and Failure', at the Association for Israel Studies 23rd Annual Conference on 'Israel as an Immigrant Society: Between the Melting Pot and Multiculturalism', June 11-13, The Open University of Israel.
2007 – 'Aspects of Historiography of Architecture in Israel' at the annual conference of the British Association for Jewish Studies, on Jews, the Arts, and Scholarship: Production and Reception, held in July, at the University College London.
2009 – 'Identity of the edifice/edifice as identity', at an Open University conference: Objects as Subjects.
1992: Diana Dolev and Haim Gordon, "Architectural Orientalism in Early Zionist Buildings: The case of the Hebrew University", in The Centennial Review, Vol. 36, no. 2, Spring, pp. 361-372.
1992: Diana Dolev and Haim Gordon, "The Architectural Challenge of a Jewish Studies House at the Hebrew University: A Lost Opportunity", Shofar, Vol. 11, no. 1, fall, pp. 1-11.
1998: Diana Dolev, 'Architectural Orientalism in the Hebrew University - the Patrick Geddes and Frank Mears Master-Plan', in Assaph, Studies in Art History, (Tel Aviv University), no. 3.
2004: 'Academia and Spatial Control: the Case of the Hebrew University Campus on Mount Scopus, Jerusalem' in Haim Yacobi (ed.), Constructing a Sense of Place; Architecture and the Zionist Discourse, Ashgate Pub., pp. 227-246.
2009: 'The Architecture of the Campuses of the Tel Aviv University and of the Hebrew University Campus in Givat Ram, Jerusalem: a comparison' in a Docomomo publication Tel Aviv 100 Years, pp. 52-56.