Iyunim: Multidisciplinary Studies in Israeli and Modern Jewish Society
Iyunim is a semi-annual journal, published by the Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism, Sede-Boker.
The journal holds two series:
I) The semi-annual series: Each volume contains research articles in various fields that specializes in modern Jewish society and Israeli society and state.
The articles address these issues from a variety of disciplines, such as history, sociology, philosophy, political science, economics, culture, geography, art, gender.
II) The thematic series: Each of its issues is dedicated to a significant current topic within the journal's fields of interest. This two-series format – the semi-annul and the thematic one – provides an invigorating and on-going platform for discussing the most prominent questions of state, society and culture in Israel.
Avi Bareli, Ofer Shiff
Avi Bareli, Avner Ben-Amos, Kimmy Caplan, Amir Goldstein, Danny Gutwein, Menachem Hofnung, Nissim Leon, Svetlana Natkovich, Kobi Peled, Shalom Ratzabi, Ofer Shiff