​The Department of Politics and Government specializes in interdisciplinary research of political phenomena in all of their various manifestations. The department offers two unique M.A. programs – a research track, and a theoretical track – and a PhD program. By providing a structured and broad knowledge base in a range of relevant fields as well as a variety of research skills, the department strives to train researchers capable of making​​ an original contribution to the various areas of ​political studies.  

The department’s research clusters enable students to deepen their knowledge of their areas of research through joint work and interaction with a select group of colleagues and peers of similar interests. The topics of the department’s current research clusters are the following:

For more information, and to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Dr. Gal Ariel, Chair of the M.A. Admissions Committee

Anat Segal, Student Affairs Coordinator, 08-647776