Education

  • PhD, History, UCLA (2015)
  • MA, History, UCLA (2008)
  • BA magnum cum laude, Jewish History and Political Science, Tel-Aviv University (2002)

Research

  • Modern Jewish History
  • Collective Memory
  • Israeli Legal History

Publications

Articles, Books and Op-Eds

  • “Negotiating a Contested Jewish Past: Commissions of Inquiry and the Yemenite Children Affair” (Forthcoming).
  • Book Review of Hillel Cohen, 1929: Year Zero of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Waltham: Brandeis University Press, 2015), AJS Review 40:2 (2016), 446-449.
  • Lo Lamadenu et ha-Lekah,” The 7th Eye, November 10, 2016 (Op-Ed in Hebrew).
  • “The Concept: The Agranat Commission Report and the Making of Israeli Memory of the Yom Kippur War,” ‘Iyunim Bi-Tekumat Yisra’el  23 (2013), 33-64 (in Hebrew).
  • Oren Nahari, Nadav G. Molchadsky, and Omer Yigal, Israel – 60 Years and Travels (Tel-Aviv: Mapa Publisher), 2008 (in Hebrew).
  • History in the Public Courtroom: Commissions of Inquiry and Struggles over the History and Memory of Israeli Traumas (Book, working title).
  • “Absent Children in a Captured Society: Israeli Discourse Around the ‘Missing Children Affair’” (Article, to be published in 2017).

Courses

Undergraduate
  • Modern Israel: History, Politics, Society and Culture (Jewish Studies M142)
  • Zionism: Ideology and Practice in the Making of a Jewish State (Jewish Studies M144)