Scholars 2019

Past - Macro History

BYNG Gabriel

BYNG Gabriel

Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, Department of History of Art

‘A White Mantle of Churches’: an Architectural Macrohistory of the European Middle Ages

FLORIN S. Anna

FLORIN S. Anna

The University of Queensland, School of Social Science

65,000 Years of Plant Food use at Madjedbebe, Northern Australia

GINAT Avital

GINAT Avital

Tel Aviv University, The Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies and Archaeology

The Perception of England in the Yishuv and the Zionist Leadership in Eretz Israel during the British Mandate: the Influence of England's Image and English Politics on the Attitude towards England and the Zionist Policy

HAKLAY Gil

HAKLAY Gil

Tel Aviv University, The Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies and Archaeology 

The transition to rectangular architecture in the Neolithic Levant

JEON Jaewoong

JEON Jaewoong

University of Chicago, Department of History

Learning Liberation: Emergence of Capitalism in Korea and Taiwan

O’SULLIVAN Michael

O’SULLIVAN Michael

University of California, Los Angeles, Department of History

Before 'Islamic Finance': The Political and Religious Economies of Indian Muslim Capital, 1800-1950

WILKOF Shira

WILKOF Shira

Tel Aviv University, The Zvi Yavetz School of Historical Studies

Turning ‘Deep History’ into ‘Deep Future: Expert Networks and the Postwar Search for Environmental Internationalism

Present - Defending Democracy

DEMING Jonathan Mark

DEMING Jonathan Mark

University of Chicago, Department of Political Science

Explaining the Success of Authoritarian Successor Parties in New Democracies

MRÁZ Attila

MRÁZ Attila

Tel Aviv University, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics

Horizontal Challenges to Democracy

ONG Elvin

ONG Elvin

University of British Columbia, Institute of Asian Research

Opposing Power Over Time: Learning to Build Opposition Alliances in Electoral Autocracies

SAXENA Saumya

SAXENA Saumya

Jesus College, University of Cambridge, Faculty of History

Democracy, Family, and Religious-Customary Law in South Asia

SOLODOCH Omer

SOLODOCH Omer

Tel Aviv University, Department of Political Science in the Faculty of Social Sciences

The Impact of Policy on Public Opposition to Immigration: Experimental Evidence

UMANSKY Karen

UMANSKY Karen

Tel Aviv University Department of Public Policy in the Faculty of Social Sciences

The New Radical Right in European Politics: Theory and Measurement Issues

Future - Combatting Climate Change

AKAO Patricia

AKAO Patricia

Tel Aviv University, Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences

Microalgae Utilization for Removal of Organic Compounds from Wastewater

LAX Yehudit

LAX Yehudit

Tel Aviv University, Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences

Hygro-Electricity: A Possible Source for Renewable Energy in High Relative Humidity Zones

OBAHOUNDJE Salomon

OBAHOUNDJE Salomon

Université Félix Houphouët Boigny, Department of Atmospheric Physics

Potential Impacts of Climate and Land Use/Cover Changes on Hydropower Generation in West Africa: Case of Côte d'Ivoire

PERI Erez

PERI Erez

Tel Aviv University, Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences 

Zoning Wind Turbines to Maximize Societal Benefits from Wind Energy

RODRÍGUEZ-PADRÓN Daily

RODRÍGUEZ-PADRÓN Daily

Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Química Orgánica

Design of Bionanomaterials and Their Application in Energy Storage and Catalysis for a More Sustainable Future

SHLESINGER Tom

SHLESINGER Tom

Tel Aviv University, Department of Zoology

Assessing Climate Change Refuge Potential for Coral-reef Ecosystems

ZHENG Jiali

ZHENG Jiali

Chinese Academy of Sciences, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science

Carbon Emissions and Sustainable Transition in China