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Prof. Tamar Hermann


Prof. Tamar Hermann


Professor Tamar S. Hermann is a Senior Fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute where she heads the project on Israeli democracy and the emergence of grassroots (anti) politics. Professor Hermann is currently the Dean of Academic Studies at the Open University of Israel and a faculty member of the Political Science Department there. Between 1994 and 2006, she was the director of the Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research at Tel Aviv University.

Professor Hermann received her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in Political Science from Tel Aviv University. She was a MacArthur Postdoctoral Fellow for Peace and Security at Princeton University, where she later returned as a Visiting Research Fellow.

Professor Hermann has been a Research Fellow at the Truman Institute at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a visiting lecturer at their International Relations department. She was a Visiting Research Fellow at ICAR (Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution) at George Mason University and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Queen's University in Belfast.


Selected Publications

“The People's Voice: Israeli Public Opinion on the Referendum Issue,” with E. Yuchtman-Yaar, in D. Arieli-Horowitz, ed., Politics Phantom – Israel and the Referendum Issue. (Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute and Magnes Press, 2006, pp. 117-138)

“Conflict Sustains Stability, Compromise Erodes Legitimacy” (http://www.bitterlemons.org/ October 16, 2006)

"Divided yet United: Israeli Jewish Public Opinion on the Oslo Process," with E. Yuchtman-Yaar, Journal of Peace Research (September 2002), pp. 597-613

"The Binational Idea” in Israel/Palestine: Past and Present, in Nations and Nationalism (July 2005), vol. 11, part 3, pp. 381-402

“Reconciliation: Reflections on the Theoretical and Practical Utility of the Term,” in Y. Bar-Siman-Tov ed., From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation. New York: Oxford University Press 2004, pp. 39-60)

“Away from War? Israelis Security Beliefs in the Post-Oslo Era,” in Philip Everts and Pierangelo Isernia, eds. When the Going Gets Tough. Public Opinion and the Use of Military Force. (London: Routledge Books, 2001, pp. 163-182).


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