TAU Graduate Students


Tsameret Levy-Daphny

My research discusses questions concerning the social arena and its dynamics in the in the 18th century Ottoman province of Diyarbakir, south-east of the Ottoman Empire.<<Read More...>>

Ido Ben ami

I am a PhD student at the School of Historical Studies in Tel Aviv University. My research focuses on animals and their perception by the Ottoman elite in the cultural environment of Istanbul in the early modern period.<<Read More...>>

Irena Fliter

I am a PhD student at the School of Historical Studies in Tel Aviv University under the supervision of Dr. Miri Shefer-Mossensohn. My research focuses Ottoman diplomats as both private individuals and representatives of the government<<Read More...>>

Jennifer Poliakov-Zhorov

Jennifer Poliakov-Zhorov received her B.A. cum laude from Tel-Aviv University in 2009. She is currently studying in a direct Ph.D. track at the School of Historical Studies at Tel-Aviv University, under the auspices of Dr. Miri Shefer-Mossensohn.<<Read More...>>

Duygu Atlas

Duygu Atlas is the program coordinator of the S├╝leyman Demirel Program for Contemporary Turkish Studies. She is also on the editorial board of the Middle East News Brief and a staff member of the Center's new Audio-Visual Library. She has completed her thesis exploring the "democratic (Kurdish) opening" process in Turkey and a book chapter on the status and political significance of the Kurdish language in Turkey.<<Read More...>>

Omri Eilat

I have recently begun my doctoral studies at Tel-Aviv University under the supervision of Prof. Ehud R. Toledano. My main fields of interest are economic and social history of the late Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey. Currently, I am administrating MEISAI, The Middle East & Islamic Studies Association of Israel.<<Read More...>>

Idan Barir

I'm a PhD Candidate at the School of Historical Studies and the Department of Middle Eastern History at Tel Aviv University. Currently working on my dissertation about Kirkuk in the late Ottoman period.<<Read More...>>