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