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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
Lavie Hilla History Faculty of Humanities Imagining a Jewish State After the Holocaust: Representations of Israel in 1950s-1960s West German Films Prof. O. Ashkenazi, Prof. M. Zimmermann 2020
Shiloh-Dayan Yonatan History of Jewish People & Contemporary Jewry Faculty of Humanities A Continental Tradition in Transit: Émigré Historians and German History in the Israeli Academy Prof. Y. Weiss 2021
Baraness Avinoam Hist.Phil.socio. of Sciences Faculty of Humanities A Mathematical Commentary on Sefer Meyasher 'Aqov by Alfonso Prof. R. Glasner 2020
Cohen Yohai M. History Faculty of Humanities Horror on the Wall: The Holocaust Image in Yad Vashem's History Exhibition, 1956-2005 Prof. M. Zimmermann 2019
Fenton Miriam History of Jewish People & Contemporary Jewry Faculty of Humanities Everyday Life, Identity, and Communal Relations @@A Comparison of Ashkenaz and the Crown of Aragon, c.1200-1347 Prof. Elisheva Baumgarten 2023
November Dan David Hist.Phil.socio. of Sciences Faculty of Humanities Ontological Implications of the Probability Space Prof. O. Shenker 2020
Moshkov Ilya Philosophy Faculty of Humanities Between Heinrich Rickert and Duns Scotus: Heidegger's Transcendental Metaphysics of Analogy? Prof. G. Motzkin 2021
Yagur Moshe History of Jewish People & Contemporary Jewry Faculty of Humanities Religious Identity and Communal Boundaries in Geniza Society (10th-13th Centuries): Proselytes, Slaves, Apostates Prof. M. Frenkel 2018
Medina Ramos Richard Hebrew Language Faculty of Humanities Word Order In Qumran Hebrew Verbal Clauses Prof. S. Fassberg 2022
Holzer-Kawalko Anna History of Jewish People & Contemporary Jewry Faculty of Humanities Vanishing Heritage @@Nation-Building, Cultural Restitution and German-Jewish Libraries in Post-War Czechoslovakia Prof. Yfaat Weiss 2023
Efrati Shlomi Talmud & Halacha Faculty of Humanities Psiqata of Ten Commandments Text, Redaction and Tradition Analysis Prof. M. Kister 2020
Re'em Amit Archaeology & Ancient near East Faculty of Humanities Tombs and Frankish Burial Customs in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem Prof. Z. Weiss, Prof. A. Boas 2021
Halbertal Landau Nomi History of Jewish People & Contemporary Jewry Faculty of Humanities We Prefer These Women Dead: Women, Sexual Violence and Genocide Prof. D. Blatman, Dr. M. Hasan 2022
Schrire Ray History Faculty of Humanities Learning to Think Like Shakespeare and Locke: A Cognitive History of Grammar School Education, circa 1450- 1700 Prof. D. Wahrman 2021
Demirci Yunus Archaeology and Ancient near East Faculty of Humanities Asia Minor Synagogues in Late Antiquity (3rd-7th Centuries CE) In Their Urban and Religious Contexts: Light from Archaeological and Literary Evidence Prof. Z. Weiss 2019
Bar Eitan Sadovsky Naama Hebrew Literature Faculty of Humanities Lateness @@'Late style' in Israel Pincas's Poetry Dr. Tamar Hess 2023
Vichansky Wodovicz Shulamit Jewish Thought Faculty of Humanities Book of Visions As a Training and Preparation Tool, for the Messinanic Mission of Rabbi Hayyim Vital for His Generation Prof. M. Idel 2020
Modan Doron Linguistics Faculty of Humanities Models for the Prediction of Durations in Hebrew Speech Prof. A. Laufer 2018
Berelovich Eyal Islamic & Middle East Stud. Faculty of Humanities The Ottoman General Staff in Peace and War (1860–1913) Prof. E. Ginio, Prof. A. Kadish 2022
Ophir Yaakov Education Faculty of Humanities Adolescent Distress on Social Networking Sites Dr. C. Asterhan, Prof. B. Schwarz 2019
Kerner Nurit English Faculty of Humanities Awakening the Senses: Presence and Meaning Effects in Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens Prof. L. Toker 2019
Rance Osnat Emily History of Jewish People & Contemporary Jewry Faculty of Humanities “The Devil Spoke from Scripture” @@Representations of Sacred Violence between Christians and Jews in Late Antiquity Prof. Oded Irshai 2023
Jensen Lasse English Faculty of Humanities Metaphysics in a Secular Age Language, Tradition and Belief in Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian Prof. R. Borg, Prof. E. Budick Z"L 2020
Tu Dongdong Asian Studies Faculty of Humanities Economic Adaptation, Ritual Activity and Social Organization: The Origin and Early Development of Food Production and Sedentary Life in Northeast China (c. 20,000-4,500 BC) Prof. G. Shelach 2021
Nejenson Jonathan Philosophy Faculty of Humanities Memory: Process & Mechanism Prof. A. Levy, Prof. O. Shagrir 2022

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