Doctoral Students

Tom Alfia

Tom Alfia

advisor BA
Dissertation Project Title:" “The Raison D'être of Politics”: Freedom in the Thought of Hannah Arendt"
Doctoral Advisors Prof. Dan Avnon, Dr. Yiftah Elazar
Tal Alster

Tal Alster

Doctoral student, Department of Political Science
Dissertation title: Conceptualizing and Measuring Egalitarianism in Cities
Supervisors: Prof. Avner de-Shalit, Prof. Michael Shalev
Yair Amitai

Yair Amitai

Doctoral student, department of Political Science
Dissertation Project Title: Ideology Vs. Emotions: How Affrctive Polarization Influences Voter Behavior and Ideological Polarization
Supervisor: Prof. Orit Kedar
Galit  Bineth

Galit Bineth

Doctoral student, department of Political Science
Dissertation title:The Contribution of the Vocational Education to the city: Urban Identity, Reducing Inequalities and Urban Educational Policies
Supervisor: Prof. Avner de-Shalit and Prof. Momi Dahan

Ronny Donyetz Rosenzweig

Doctoral student, department of Political Science
Dissertation title:Factors that affect political leaders' decision making: Emotional Intelligence, Group Dynamic and Decision Rule
Supervisor: Prof. Alex Mintz and Prof. Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom
Nitzan  Faibish

Nitzan Faibish

Doctoral student, department of Political Science
Dissertation Project Title: Spontaneous interactions between individuals from conflicting groups in shared geographic areas in polarized cities
Supervisor: Prof. Dan Miodownik
Ofir

Ofir Hadad

Doctoral student, Department of Political Science
Dissertation title: Friend or Foe? The Framing Process of Asylum Seekers on Collaboration Grounds and The Immigration Policy towards them
Supervisor: Prof. Menachem Hofnung
Jingjie  He

Jingjie He

Doctoral student, department of Political Science
Dissertation title:Chinese Lessons from Middle Eastern Wars
Supervisor: Prof.Yitzhak Shichor
Jingjie He is a Ph.D. candidate at the HUJI Department of Political Science.
Netta Moshe

Netta Moshe

Doctoral student, Department of Political Science
Dissertation title:Unpacking the Road: How Do Migration Journey Political and Geographical factors affect Asylum Seekers Destination Choice?
Supervisors: Prof. Dan Miodownik
Vered  Porzycki

Vered Porzycki

Doctoral student, department of Political Science
Dissertation Project Title: The Representation of Women in Parliaments: Gendered Language, Gendered Society
Doctoral Advisor: Prof. Shaul Shenhav and Dr. Odelia Oshri

Avraham Ritov

Doctoral student, Department of Political Science
Dissertation title: Candidates’ and Elected Officials’ Differing Behaviors Pre- and Post- Election
Supervisors:Prof. Orit Kedar
Zachary  Rosenzweig

Zachary Rosenzweig

Doctoral student, Department of Political Science
Dissertation title: Dimensions of Cultural Resonance: Understanding Culture in Contemporary Political Discourse
Supervisors:Prof.Tamir Sheafer & Dr.Meital Balmas Cohen