The Staff

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The Staff

Prof. Eyal Ben-Ari received his BA and MA in sociology and anthropology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and PhD in social anthropology from the University of Cambridge, England. Prior to joining the Center he taught at the Hebrew University for 26 years. Prof Ben-Ari has carried out field research in Israel, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Sweden. In Israel he has studied various social and cultural aspects of the Israel Defence Forces.
Prof. Zeev Drory holds a BA in History and International Relations (Magna Cum Laude) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an MA (Honors) in Political Science from Tel Aviv University. He holds a PhD from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, in Jewish History. His PhD dissertation, written under the supervision of Prof. Zeev Tscachor, was titled The Role of the Israel Defense Forces in the Establishment of Israeli society in Settlement, Alia, Absorption and Education, 1948-1953.
Dr. Yuval Tsur holds a doctoral degree from the School of Management at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel and an MA in Psychology from Tel Aviv University (graduated with Highest Honors).
Tal Itzhaky is pursuing his PhD studies in the Department of Israeli History and Archeology at Bar-Ilan University. He lectures about the history of the land of Israel during the 19th Century focusing on the Circassian and Bosnian minorities and is a member of a research group at the Circassian Museum in Kfar Kama. He has a rich experience in the realm of security and the police spanning over thirty years of management, commanding, operations, combat and teaching. He teaches and lectures about internal security, anti-terror and civil disturbances. He is also experienced in the realm of emergency scenarios and mass disasters. As a volunteer he is part of a consultancy group centering on emergency at the office of the Minister for Internal Security.
Dr. Reuven Gal holds a BA and MA both in Psychology and Sociology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. His PhD dissertation, written under the supervision of Prof. Richard S. Lazarus was titled The Effects of Various Coping Activities on Reactions during a Stressful Anticipatory Period.
Dr. Amir Bar Or joined the Kinneret College as Dean of Students in 2010. Prior to this, Dr. Bar Or taught in the Political Science Department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and lectured at the Army and Security Studies Program at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, where he also served as program director from 1998-2003.
Dr. Asaf Hazani holds a doctoral degree in Anthropology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem where he also completed his Bachelors and Masters degrees. Asaf's Doctoral Theses, "To Catch a Wheel: Shaping the Space of Road Cyclists in Israel 2003-2006", examines the interconnections between the practice of the body (cycling) and technology (the bicyle) and studies how the formation of a "cycling space" is a link (of cooperation and conflict) between users, including the community of riders and the establishment.
has a M.A. degree (Cum Laude) from the Department of Middle Eastern History at the University of Haifa. He is currently a Ph.D. student at Department of Israel Studies at the University of Haifa. His dissertation topic is "the I.D.F Force Development between 1956 – 1967". He served as an officer and a researcher at the Israeli Air Force History Branch, specializing in researching about the I.A.F helicopter squadrons during the Attrition War ( 1967- 1970 ), and published a book on the role of the Yas'ur (CH-53) helicopter in this war
Dr. Sveta Roberman holds a doctoral degree in Anthropology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She has carried out fieldwork research in Israel, Germany and the United States. In Israel her work has focused on the case of elderly immigrants who are Red Army WWII veterans.
Dr. Eyal Lewin is assistant professor at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies and Political Science at Ariel University. He is also the Manager of the national resilience semi-annual longitudinal survey, led by the National Security Studies Center at the University of Haifa. The survey results as well as the analyses lay foundations for his books and papers. Additionally, he is the secretary of the Association of Civil-Military Studies in Israel.
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