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The Israel Institute supports the publication of books on Israel through a number of avenues, including research grants, monograph grants, and translation support.

Yossi Sucary
Translation Support

Model Syllabi

The following samples may be used to guide the structure of an Israel Studies course syllabus. You are welcome to download them as a model or template for your own use.

Congratulations to Spring 2017 Israel Institute Syllabus Contest winner Luba Levin-Banchik and runner-up Geoffrey Levin.

Digital Content

Online Courses

This Institute-supported course, designed and moderated by Hebrew University professor Michal Frenkel, features 17 guest lectures by Israeli experts in a range of topics exploring various dimensions of Israel's society and political system. 

Participants have the option of earning Hebrew University credits. 

This class, taught by Tel Aviv University professors Eyal Naveh and Asher Susser and supported by the Israel Institute, covers the rise of Israel from the origins of Zionism to Israeli independence in 1948.

This course, the second installment of a TAU-Israel Institute partnership, deals with the Israeli politics, foreign relations, economy, society, and culture since its creation in 1948 till today.