Publications on Migrants by Center's Members and Students

Amzaleg, M., Elias, N. and Kali, Y. )2015(. Adoption of online network tools by minority students: The case of students of Ethiopian origin in Israel. Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning, 11, 291-312

Amzaleg, M., Elias, N. and Kali, Y. )2019(. The role of online study-groups in  the integration of students of Ethiopian origin within the Israeli studential culture. Hagira: Israel Journal of Migration, 9Special issue on “Immigration in Education" (in Hebrew) 

Arnot , M., Pinson , H. & Candappa , M. (2009) Compassion, caring and justice: teachers' strategies to maintain moral integrity in the face of national hostility to the 'non-citizen', Educational Review, Vol. 61:249-264.

Arnot , M., Pinson , H. and Candappa , M. (2009) Compassion, caring and justice: teachers' strategies to maintain moral integrity in the face of national hostility to the 'non-citizen', Educational Review, Vol. 61:249-264.

Arnot , M., Pinson, H. and Candappa, M. (2013) The education rights of asylum-seeking and refugee children within the neo-liberal state and inclusive school in the UK, in: H.B. Holmarsdottir, and H. Biseth (Eds) Human Rights and Education in the Field of Comparative Education Volume II, Rotterdam: Sense Publication, pp. 13-29)

Candappa , M., Arnot , M., & Pinson , H. (2014) 'I don't know how you can say 'no' to them really': Citizen students negotiating the social morality of asylum, in: L. Chisholm and V. Deliyianni, (Eds.) Changing Landscapes of Childhood and Youth in Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge Publishing Scholars. Pp. 208-230.

Caspi, D. & Elias, N. (2011). Don't patronize me: Media by and for minorities. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(1), 62-82.

Elias, N. (2008). Coming home: Media and returning diaspora in Israel and Germany. New York, SUNY Press.

Elias, N. (2011). Between Russianness, Jewishness and Israeliness: Identity patterns and media uses of the FSU immigrants in Israel. Journal of Jewish Identities4(1), 93-102.

Elias, N. (2011). Russian-speaking Immigrants and their media: Still together? Special issue: Twenty years together: the 'Great Aliya' and Russian Israelis in the mirror of social research.  Israel Affairs, 17 (1), 73-89.

Elias, N., Amzaleg, M. and Kali, Y. )2019(. “Beforehand we didn't talk at all": Contribution of online study groups to the social and academic integration of immigrant students. Research on Education and Media11(2), 101-107

Elias, N. & Kemp, A. (2010). The New Second Generation: Non-Jewish Olim, Black Jews and Children of Migrant Workers in Israel. Israel Studies, 15(1), 73-94

Elias, N. & Khvorostianov, N. (2010). "People of the Book": Book reading by the FSU Immigrant adolescents in Israel. The Journal of Children and Media, 4(3), 316-330.

Elias, N. & Lemish, D. (2011). Between three worlds: Host, homeland, and global media in the lives of Russian Immigrant families in Israel and Germany. Journal of Family Issues, 20(10), 1-29.

Elias, N., Lemish, D. & Khvorostianov, N.  (2011) Britney Spears Remained in Russia: Dynamics of Musical Preferences in the Integration of Immigrant Adolescents, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37:1, 61-77

Elias, N. & Lerner, J, (2012). Narrating the double helix: The Immigrant-professional biography of a Russian journalist in Israel. Forum: Qualitative Social Research13(1), Art. 15

Elias, N. & Lerner.J. (2012). The rise and fall of the Russian-speaking journalist in Israel. In: M. LeVin & G. Shafir (Eds). Struggle and survival in Palestine/Israel. Oakland, CA, University of California Press. pp. 306-317

Elias, N. & Lerner, J. (2016). “Post-Soviet Immigrant religiosity beyond the Israeli national religion". In Z. Gitelman (Ed.), The New Jewish Diaspora: Russian-speaking immigrants in the United States, Israel and Germany. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press.

Feldman, J. (2002). Israel-diaspora relations the morning after: How will peace change relations between Israel and the Jewish communities in the diaspora? In The morning after: An era of peace - Not a utopia, Jerusalem: Carmel, Harry Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University, pp. 477-519.

Feldman, J. (2010). Between the death pits and the flag: Youth voyages to Holocaust Poland and the performance of Israeli national identity. New York, Berghahn Press

Feldman, J. (2011). Abraham the settler, Jesus the refugee: Contemporary conflict and Christianity on the road to Bethlehem, History and Memory, 23(1): 62-96.

Feldman, J. (2016). A Jewish guide in the Holy Land: How Christian pilgrims made me Israeli, Bloomington, IN, University of Indiana Press.​ 

Feldman, J. & A. Peleikis (2014). Performing the hyphen: Engaging German-Jewishness at the Jewish Museum, Berlin. Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, 23(2), pp. 43-59.

Kagan, M., Pinson, H. & Schler, L.  (2019) No policies and no politics: Israeli teachers, asylum seeker pupils, and remobilized strategies of avoidance and depoliticization, Race Ethnicity and Education

Khvorostyanov, N. (2016) “Thanks to the Internet, We Remain a Family": ICT Domestication by Elderly Immigrants and their Families in Israel, Journal of Family Communication, 16:4, 355-368,

Khvorostyanov, N., Elias, N. (2015). 'Leave us alone!': Representation of social work in the Russian immigrant media in Israel. International Social Work, 60 (2), 409-422.

Khvorostyanov, N., Elias, N. & Nimrod, G. (2012). 'Without it I'm nothing': The Internet in the lives of older immigrants. New Media & Society, 14(4), 583-599.

Khvorostyanov, N. & Remennik, L. (2017). "By helping others we help ourselves". Volunteering and social integration of ex-Soviet immigrants in Israel. Voluntas, 28, 355

Khvorostianov, N. and Remennik, L. (2015). Immigration and Generational Solidarity: Elderly Soviet Immigrants and their Adult Children in Israel. Journal of Intergenerational Relations, Special Issue on Immigrant Families, 13 (1), 34-50.

Knaifel, E. (2021). Immigrant Caregivers: The Double Burden Experience of Immigrants Caring for a Family Member with Severe Mental Illness. Community Mental Health Journal.

Knaifel. E. (2021). Cultural competence in multi-family psychoeducation groups: The experiences of Russian-speaking immigrant mothers of adults with severe mental illness. Transcultural Psychiatry

Knaifel, E. & Mirsky, J. (2015). Interplay of identities: A narrative study of self-perceptions among mentally ill immigrants from the former Soviet Union. Transcultural Psychiatry, 52(1), 74-95.

Knaifel, E. & Mirsky, J. (2015). Rehabilitation in the context of migration: immigrants from the former Soviet Union in psychiatric rehabilitation in Israel. Society and Welfare, 35(1), 4-22. (Hebrew)

Lerner, J. (2011). "Russians" in Israel as a post-Soviet Subjects:  Implementing civilizational repertoire. Israel Affairs, 17(1):21-37.

Lerner, J. (2015). Russians in the Jewish state: blood, identity and national bureaucracy. Ethnologie Francaise, 45(2), 363- III 

Lerner, J. (2017) “Mixed Jew - it's like being half pregnant": Russian-Jewish mixedness in the bureaucratic encounter with the Jewish State, Journal of Israeli History, 36:2, 271-289,

Lerner, J. & Feldhay. R. (2012). 'Russians' in Israel: the Pragmatic of Culture in Migration" (Hebrew). Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv: The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Hakibbutz Hameuhad, pp. 437.

Lerner, J. Rappaport, T., Lomsky-Feder, E. (2008). The Ethnic Script in Action: The Regrounding of Russian Jewish Immigrants in Israel. Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology.

Mirsky, J. (2005). Israelis: Migration stories. Jerusalem: Tzivonim, pp 192. (Hebrew)

Mirsky, J. (2008). The use of narrative analysis and psychoanalytic exploration of group processes in multicultural training. Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 5(1):2-15.

Mirsky, J. (2011). Narratives and meanings of migration. New York: Nova Science Publishers, pp. 175.

Mirsky J. (2011). Working through counter-transference blocks in cultural-competence training. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 18(2), 136-148.

Mirsky J. (2012). Social deviance among immigrant adolescents – lessons from Israel. Anales de Psycologia, 28(3), 675-682.

Mirsky, J.  (2012). In praise of cultural-competence training for mental health professionals . Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences, 49(3), 227-234.

Mirsky, J. (2013). Getting to know the piece of fluff in our ears: Expanding practitioners' cultural self-awareness. Social Work Education. The International Journal, 32 (5), 626-638.

Mirsky, J. & Peretz, Y. (2006). Maturational opportunities in migration – separation individuation perspective. Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 3(1): 51-64.

Mirsky, J. & Rubinstein, L, (2015). Transnational teaching and learning in child and youth welfare. Padova, Italy, CLEUP.

Peleikis, A. &. Feldman, J. (2013). The shop as mirror of the museum: Exhibition objects, souvenirs and identity practices in Jewish Museum Berlin and in Yad Vashem - in Kultur all inclusive: Identität, Tradition und Kulturerbe im Zeitalter des Massentourismus, Burkhard Schnepel, Felix Girke, Eva-Maria Knoll (Hg.), Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, pp. 309-342.

Pinson , H. & Arnot , M. (2007). Sociology of education and the wasteland of refugee education (Review Essay) British Journal of Sociology of Education Vol.28:399-407

Pinson , H. & Arnot  M. (2010). Local conceptualisations of the education of asylum-seeking and refugee students: from hostile to holistic models. International Journal of Inclusive Education. Vol. 14(3): 247-267.

Pinson, H, Arnot, M. & Candappa, M. (2010/2019) Education, Asylum and the Non-Citizen Child: The politics of compassion and belonging London: Palgrave Macmillan [a paperback edition available 2019],

Pinson , H., Arnot , M., Candappa, M . (2014) Seeking asylum in schools, in: B. Anderson and M. Keith, (Eds.) Migration: The COMPAS Anthology. Oxford: Oxford University Press 

Pinson, H  & Arnot, M. (2020) Wasteland revisited: defining an agenda for a sociology of education and migration. The 40th anniversary special issue of the British Journal of Sociology of Education Vol.41(6):830-844.

Plotkin-Amrami, G. (2008). From Russianness to Israeliness through the Landscape of the Soul: Therapeutic discourse in practices of Immigrant absorption of 'Russian' adolescents. Social Identities, 14(6):739-763.

Plotkin Amrami, G. (2012). Psychology absorbs newcomers in Israel: Therapeutic discourse in the  process of "Homecoming". In J. Lerner and R. Feldhay (eds.) Russians in Israel: The pragmatics of culture in migration, pp. 293-317. Jerusalem, Van-Leer Institute Press. (Hebrew)

Plotkin Amrami, G. (2013). Between national ideology and Western therapy: On the emergence of a new 'Culture of Trauma' following the 2005 forced evacuation of Jewish Israeli settlers. Transcultural Psychiatry, 50 (1): 47-63.

Plotkin Amrami, G. (2013). Between politics and therapy, between criticism and pity: Debates among mental health practitioners over the experience of the disengagement from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. Israeli Sociology, 15 (1): 98-121 (Hebrew).

Plotkin Amrami, G. (2015). Denial or faith: Therapy versus Messianism in preparing for the evacuation of Israeli settlements." Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 46 (4): 414-430.

Plotkin Amrami, G. & Brunner, J. (2015). Making up 'National Trauma' in Israel – From collective identity to collective vulnerability. Social Studies of Science, 45(4): 525-545.

Plotkin Amrami, G.  & Kiper, G. (2020) 'Good residents' for themselves: psychological screening and cultural imagination of future citizenship in contemporary Israel, Citizenship Studies, 24:1, 111-129.

Rosen, I. (2004) Hungarian Jewish Women Survivors Remember the Holocaust – an Anthology of Life Histories, Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.

Rosen, I. (2008). Sister in Sorrow – Life Histories of Female Holocaust Survivors from Hungary, Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Rosen, I. (2011) Saul of Saul – The Life, Narrative, and Proverbs of a Transylvanian-Israeli Grandfather, Proverbium Supplement Series vol. 31, Burlington, Vermont: Vermont University Press.

Rosen, I. (2014). Fragments of a Hungarian Past in the Literature of 1.5 and Second-Generation Austro-Hungarian Immigrants in Israel. Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 7 (2014):

Rosen, I. (2015). The Poetry of 1.5 and Second-Generation Israelis of Hungarian Origin. Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 8 (2015).

​Rubinstein, L., Mirsky, J. & Slonim-Nevo, V. (2021). Rubinstein, L., Mirsky, J., and Slonim-Nevo, V. (in press). Family adjustment processes among immigrants from the Former Soviet Union: A longitudinal Research. Hagira., (Hebrew)

Shein, J & Mirsky, J. (2020). "Parenting is hard work. The experience of yesterday is not relevant to today…": The experiences of parenthood among mothers immigrants from the former Soviet Union. Educational Counselling. 22:144-162. (Hebrew)

Shomron, B. & Tirosh, N. (2020) Contemporary migrants and media capabilities – understanding communication rights in international migration policies, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Slobodin, O. (2018). “Out of time": A temporal view on identity change in trailing spouses. Time and Society, 28(4), 1489-1508.

Slobodin, O., & Cohen, O. (2020). A culturally-competent approach to emergency management: What lessons can we learn from the COVID-19? Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 12(5), 470–473.

Slobodin, O. & De Jong, JTVM (2015). Mental health interventions for traumatized asylum seekers and refugees: What do we know about their efficacy? International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 61(1), 17-26

Slobodin, O. & De Jong, JTVM. (2015). Family interventions in traumatized immigrants and refugees: A systematic review. Transcultural Psychiatry, 52(6), 723-742. 

Slobodin, O, Ghane, S. & De Jong, JTVM. (2018). Developing a culturally sensitive mental health intervention for asylum seekers in the Netherlands: A pilot study
Intervention: Journal of Mental Health and Psychological Support in Conflict Affected Areas 16(2), 86-94.

Slobodin, O., Icekson, T., Herman, L. & Vaknin, O. (2021).  Perceived Discrimination and Motivation to Pursue Higher Education in Ethiopian-Origin Students: The Moderating Role of Ethnic Identity. Frontiers in Psychology,

Slobodin, O. & Ziv-Beiman, S.  (2021) “Keeping Culture in Mind": Relational Thinking and the Bedouin Community, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 31:4, 450-467,

Sternfeld, S. & Mi rsky, J. (2014). Psychological perspectives on return migration. International Journal of Intercultural Relationships, 42, 53-64.

Tirosh, N. (2018). Dominant News Frames, Collective Memory and the African Refugees' Protest in Israel. American Behavioral Scientist, 62(4), 405-420. 

Tirosh, N. & Avraham – Klein, I. (2017). 'Memorless' – The Visual Framing of Refugees in Israel. Journalism Studies, online before print, 1-20.  

Tirosh, N. & Gutman, I. (2019). On media, memory and laws: The Israeli 'Law Commemorating the Exile of Jews from Arab Countries and Iran' (2014) as a case study.  International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, 15 (1), 49-67.​

Tirosh, N. & Schejter, A. (2017). "Information is Like Your Daily Bread": The Role of Media and Telecommunications in the Life of Refugees in Israel. Hagira- Israel Journal of Migration 7 1-25

Yachin, M. & Tirosh, N. (2021) “A Line from a Song that Punches You in the Stomach" –Music and the Negotiations of Cultural Memory in Facebook, Popular Music and Society.

Zbenovich, C. & Lerner, J. (2013). Vospitanie - eto rabota: Intercultural encounters in educational communication within Russian-speaking families in Israel. Russian Journal of Communication, 5(2):119-140.​