Refereed Chapters in Collective Volumes:
Kalagy, T PI. (2016). “Values, constraints and maneuvers in an effort to preserve the culture of the enclave: Processes of academic education among Haredi women and Bedouin women in Israel.” In: Lewin, E. Bick, E. Naor, D (Ed.), Comparative Perspectives on Civil Religion, Nationalism and Political Influence. IGI-Global.
Kalagy, T PI., Srour, A PI., & Sagy, S PI (In press). “Collective narratives as indicators of intergroup relations: The case of ultra-Orthodox and National Religious Jewish communities in Israel”. In: Mana, A & Srour, A. (Eds.). Perceptions of collective narratives in times of intractable conflict: The case of the Israeli society. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Refereed Articles and Refereed Letters in Scientific Journals:
Kalagy, T PI. (2014). “How the rabbinical leadership deals with the processes of acquisition of higher education among the ultra-Orthodox society in Israel.” Jerusalem: Research into Ultra-Orthodox Society. II. pp. 44–59. (Hebrew)
Kalagy, T PI. (2016). “Between separation and integration: The case of educated Bedouin women in the Negev,” Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture. pp. 1–16.
Kalagy, T PI. (2016). “Three approaches to the study of the connection between modernization and traditionalism—A case study of the acquisition of academic education among Ultra-Orthodox and Bedouin women.” Culture and Religion. Vol 17. pp. 312–331.
Kalagy, T PI., & Braun-Lewensohn, O PI. (2017). “From defensive conservatism to a conservatism of adaptation: acculturation strategies of ultra-Orthodox academics in the workplace.” Jerusalem: Research into Ultra-Orthodox Society. Vol 4, pp. 28–54. (Hebrew)
Kalagy, T PI., Braun-Lewensohn, O PI., & Abu – Kaf, S PI. (2017). “Youth from fundamentalist societies: What are their attitudes towards war and peace and their relations with anxiety reactions.” Journal of Religion & Health, 56(3).
Abu-Kaf, S PI., Braun-Lewensohn, O PI., & Kalagy, T PI. (2017). “Youth in the Midst of Escalated Political Violence: Sense of Coherence and Hope among Jewish and Bedouin Arab Adolescents.” Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health.
Kalagy, T PI., & Cohen, A PI. (2017). “Obedience and authority in a conservative enclave required to adapt to the surrounding environment: A case study of the acquisition of academic education among ultra-Orthodox women in Israel.” Democratic Culture in Israel. 17, pp. 241–266 (Hebrew)
Braun-Lewensohn, O PI., Abu-Kaf, S PI., Kalagy, T PI (2018). “Are ‘sense of coherence’ and ‘hope’ related constructs? Examining these concepts in three cultural groups in Israel,” Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences.
Kalagy, T PI., & Braun-Lewensohn, O PI. (2018). “Agency of preservation or change: Ultra-Orthodox educated women in the field of employment.” Community, Work & Family.
Braun-Lewensohn, O PI & Kalagy, T PI. (2019). “Between the inside and the outside world: Coping by Ultra-Orthodox individuals with their work environment after academic studies”. Community Mental Health Journal
Gavios, I PI, Yosef, R PI, Malul, S PI & Kalagy, T PI. (2020) . Calculating the route of tax benefits in Israel's pension market. Rivon-Lekalkala. (Hebrew)
Published Scientific Reports and Technical Papers:
Kalagy, T PI., & Braun-Lewensohn, O PI. (2017) “‘Outside versus Inside’: The integration of ultra-Orthodox academics in the Israeli Workforce.” Research document for The Israel Democracy Institute. (Hebrew)