Benjamin Netanyahu was known for strengthening ties between Israel and Africa. Will Israel's new government follow the former prime minister's lead? Grad fellow Francis Abugbilla explains the situation.
Looking at ancient texts' "topsy-turvy" visions of the world can reveal a lot about the authors' assumptions, writes grad fellow Forrest Martin.
The death penalty is almost never used in Israel, but is still controversial. Postdoctoral fellow Smadar Ben-Natan explains.
Graduate fellow Francis Abugbilla explains how Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's push to reconnect with African nations is shifting Israel's status on the continent.
Graduate fellow Bret Windhauser explains the economic underpinnings of smuggling between Israel and the Palestinian Territories — and why the most commonly smuggled goods may not be what you think.
Opportunity grant winner Samuel Cantor explains why learning Hebrew grammar will teach you to "think in a brand new way."
Why learning Hebrew led opportunity grant winner Ellen Perleberg to think more deeply about how language genders the world.
Opportunity grant winner Pinar Kara tells the story of Kurdish Jews' migration to Israel, and how they keep connected with Kurdish culture today.