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Please note, the information presented here is relevant for the years 1997 and forth.

Last Name First name Department / Field Facultysort descending Title Supervisor Year of Graduation
Yizhar Or Cognitive Science Faculty of Humanities The Effects of Visual Experiences on Body Representations Prof. Amir Amedi 2023
Wygoda Cohen Shlomit Philosophy Faculty of Humanities Contemporary Debates in Philosophy in Light of Particularism Prof. D. Enoch 2020
Ben-Israel Yael General & Compar. Literature Faculty of Humanities A Ladder Down to Earth: The Construction of Satire in Abū al-ˁAlāˀ al-Maˁarrī’s Epistle of Forgiveness, as Compared to the miˁrāj Work Muhammad’s Ladder; With a Full Annotated Hebrew Translation of the First Part of the Epistle of Forgiveness Prof. A. Dykman, Prof. J. Sadan 2021
Hashachar Yair Musicology Faculty of Humanities Producing Musical Pan-Africanism: On the Continental Circulation of Music in Postcolonial Africa, 1960s–1990s Prof. L. Bethlehem, Prop. E. Seroussi 2021
Blass Joshua History Faculty of Humanities From a Country in Danger to a Dangerous Country: The Causes for Changes in the British Perception of Israel 1967-1982 Prof. Y. Gelber 2019
Rubin Adi Art History Faculty of Humanities Classical Myths in Istoriato Maiolica Painting and Their Role in Encouraging Table Talk During the First Half of the Sixteenth Century Prof. L. Freedman 2021
Goldberg Rieck Keren History of Art Faculty of Humanities Parafiction Art in Palestine and Israel Dr. Noam Gal 2023
Lahav Avital History Faculty of Humanities Responding to Disaster: The Significance of the Great Fire of London (1666) to Restoration England Prof. D. Wahrman 2020
Ariel Neri Y. Talmud & Halacha Faculty of Humanities Manuals for Judges اداب القضاة) ) in Geonica: a Study of Genizah Fragments of a Judeo-Arabic Monographic Genre Prof. R. Brody 2020
Ben Or Idit History Faculty of Humanities Non-Governmental Monies in Early Modern England: A Social, Political and Material Culture Analysis Prof. D. Wahrman 2021
Gorin Nily Asian Studies Faculty of Humanities China's New Cosmopolitans: Gender, Morality, and Cultural Citizenship in Chinese Labor Migration to Israel Dr. O. Naftali, Prof. Y. Pines 2018
Cohen Haim Cognitive Science Faculty of Humanities Patterns of Connectivity in a Complex Network @@Novel Centrality, Path-Curvature and Dynamical Analyses Prof. Anat Maril and Prof. Emil Saucan 2023
Nir Freisager Yaron History of Jewish People and Contemporary Jewry Faculty of Humanities Josef Zelkowicz and the Circle of Intellectuals in the Lodz Ghetto Prof. A. Goldberg 2020
Noy Ido History Of Art Faculty of Humanities Medieval Ashkenazi Wedding Jewelry and Love Tokens: Christian Material Culture in Jewish Context Prof. S. Sabar 2019
Cohen (Musai) Netanel Rahamim Musicology Faculty of Humanities Babylonian and Jerusalemite @@Musical Boundary-Work in the Baghdadi Synagogues of Jerusalem Prof. Edwin Seroussi 2023
Landes Hannah English Faculty of Humanities Disnarration Without Borders Prof. L. Toker 2021
Dinur Rona Philosophy Faculty of Humanities Discrimination as a Violation of Relational Equality Prof. D. Enoch, Prof. M. Halbertal 2020
Abramovitch Tamara History of Art Faculty of Humanities Border Lines The Untold Story of Eighteenth Century French Frames Prof. G. Ventura 2022
Kopilovitz Ariel Bible Faculty of Humanities Israel's Future in Ezekiel's Restoration Oracles (Ezekiel 33-37) Prof. B. J. Schwartz 2019
Seri-Levi Ariel Jewish Thoughts Faculty of Humanities Divine Anger and Its Appeasement in the Pentateuch and Its Sources Prof. M. Halbertal, Prof. B. Schwartz 2021
Grunfeld Ami Philosophy Faculty of Humanities Edmund Husserl's Early Phenomenology as a Comprehensive Critique of Theoretical and Practical Reason Dr. M. Roubach 2019
Sisso Itay Cognitive Science Faculty of Humanities For Whom Less is More? Individual Differences in Choice Overload Tendencies Prof. I. Ritov 2020
Daniel Mor Hebrew Language Faculty of Humanities The Language of Tunisian Judeo-Arabic Journals (1885-1940) Prof. O. Tirosh-Becker 2021
Kashtan David Philosophy Faculty of Humanities An Observation about Truth (with Implications for Meaning and Language) Prof. C. Posy 2019
Bar Dana Musicology Faculty of Humanities Between the Ordinary and the Artificial in the Art of Dance: Steps and Walking in the Works of Noa Eshkol and American Choreographers in the Sixties and Seventies of the Twentieth Century Prof. R. Milstein, Dr. S. Elron 2019

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