Past Doctoral Students
Tancred Bradshaw (2004) British Imperial Strategy, King Abdullah and the Jewish Agency 1921-1951
Stefan Soehnchen (2006) Mapping Legal Consciousness: A Study of Palestinian Oral Narrative on Law in Israeli Society
Current Ph.D. students
Mary Ann Gardener The Barrier and the Origins of Israel’s Separation Policies
Jill Hamilton An Ottoman law in twenty-first century Israel: Why a prohibition on divorce for Arab Christian women continues
Polly Pallister-Wilkins Israeli and Palestinian Peace Activists and the Wall: A Challenge to Hegemony?
Alessandra Cecolin Mapping a Cultural Identity in a Nationalist Discourse: A Comparison of the Iranian Jewish Migration in 1948 and after 1979"
Julian Furman Conflict of Self-Interest: The Economics driving the Israel-Palestine Conflict
Member of Supervisory Committee
Chris Boucek Israeli Strategic Policy in Central Asia 1991-2000: Constructive Engagement in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan
John Maher Slouching Towards Jerusalem: The Representation of Political Violence in the Irish, Israeli and Palestinian Novels, 1995-2005
Alexander Murinson Trilateral Relationship of Turkey, Azerbaijan and Israel: State Identity, Transnational Networks and Fluctuating Zones of Influence in the post-Cold War era.