Israel Studies presents multidisciplinary scholarship on Israeli history, politics, society and culture. Each issue includes essays and documents on issues of broad interest reflecting diverse points of view. Temporal boundaries extend to the pre-state period, although emphasis is on the State of Israel. Due recognition is also given to diaspora communities and their relationship to the state. The journal is cosponsored by the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, in affiliation with the Association of Israel Studies. It is published by Indiana University Press.
Editors: S. Ilan Troen, Brandeis University
Natan Aridan, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
To submit an article, please contact:
Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism
Sede Boker Campus
POB 257, 84990 Israel
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Special Section: Arabs as Israeli Citizens
Randall S. Geller, "Defense Minister Pinchas Lavon and the Arab Draft that Never Was"
Arik Rudnitzky, "The Contemporary Historiographical Debate in Israel on Government Policies on Arabs in Israel During the Military Administration Period (1948-1966)"
Seth J. Frantzman, "The Politization of History and the Negev Bedouin Land Claims: A Review Essay on Indigenous (In)justice"
Robert Cherry, "Increased Constructive Engagement Among Israeli Arabs: The Impact of Government Economic Initiatives"
Yakub Halabi, "Democracy, Clan Politics, and Weak Governance: The Case of the Arab Municipalities in Israel"
Michael Keren, "The Quest for Identity in Sayed Kashua's 'Let it be Morning'"
Yechiam Weitz, "From Peace in the South to War in the North: Menachem Begin as Prime Minister (1977-1983)"
Zeev Drory, "'Societal Values Impact on Israeli Security: The Kibbutz Movement as a Mobilized Elite"
Hagar Lahav, "Post-secular Jewish Theology: Reading Gordon and Buber"