Israel: Society, Culture and History

“Israel: Society, Culture and History” is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of complex interactions among culture, identity, history and power in Israeli society and politics. Encouraging nuanced interpretation in a broad range of theoretical approaches, transcending ideological and disciplinary boundaries, books in this series contextualize the Israeli case study in a broadly comparative perspective sensitive to Israel’s distinctiveness and its place in theoretical and socio-historical frameworks. In this spirit, the series promotes interpretive studies, based on empirical material, sensitive to social scientific as well as humanistic and ethical concerns.

Series Editor: Yaacov Yadgar (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan)

Editorial Board

  • Alan Dowty (University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana), Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies
  • Tamar Katriel (University of Haifa, Haifa), Communication Ethnography
  • Avi Sagi (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan), Hermeneutics, Cultural studies, and Philosophy
  • Anthony D. Smith (London School of Economics, London), Nationalism and Ethnicity
  • Yael Zerubavel (Rutgers University, New Brunswick), Jewish Studies and History