We are delighted to announce that Israel Studies Review will now publish three times a year! This issue of Israel Studies Review is the first to include a new section titled, "Teaching Israel Studies." The articles in this issue range from labor relations and unionization to Orthodox women's military service and, of course, a number of book reviews.
Volume 33, Issue 1
Editors' Note: Threats to Academic Freedom, The Editors
The 1956 Strike of Middle-Class Professionals: A Socio-political Alliance with the Right, Avi Bareli and Uri Cohen http://bit.ly/2pUayon
Israel's Recent Unionizing Drives: The Broader Social Context, Jonathan Preminger http://bit.ly/2pQRCpA
(Not) Becoming the Norm: Military Service by Religious Israeli Women as a Process of Social Legitimation, Elisheva Rosman-Stollman http://bit.ly/2E4o25b
Agenda Control by Committee Chairs in Fragmented Multi-party Parliaments: A Knesset Case Study, Maoz Rosenthal http://bit.ly/2J6ETYz
Liberal Whispers and Propaganda Fears: The American Jewish Committee and Israel's Palestinian Minority, 1948-1966, Geoffrey P. Levin
Teaching Israel Studies
Using Wikipedia in Israel Studies Courses, Shira Klein http://bit.ly/2J1bDSW
Nissim Leon, Judy Baumel-Schwartz, Amir Paz-Fuchs and Roy Kreitner http://bit.ly/2J5B1qD
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