Congratulations to Prof. Icha Golombek on winning the Dizengoff Prize for 2021 We are excited...
Humanities includes the following disciplines: Art, Archeology, Linguistics, History, Literature and Philosophy. They are the basis for acquiring writing skills, research and analysis, the basis for critical and informed thinking. The humanities are living waters thirsty for knowledge in every field; They are an open window to the world through which one can observe the horizon; And they are a road map that enables fascinating journeys of discovery and understanding. The humanities are the words, concepts and stories that help us understand the essence of our existence, the essence of human existence and the world in which we live. Through them we can trace people we have not met; Places we did not visit and ideas that did not come to mind. The humanities will open a window for you to a rich and diverse world of different methods; They will pose dilemmas and paradoxes, but will also answer questions. The humanities will set the stage for a life of meaning and content to make human society more valuable and better.
In The spotlight
The Faculty of Humanities will award 2 prizes for the research work of outstanding students in the following year 2020/2021, in the following categories:
– A master’s degree student, who wrote an outstanding research dissertation in the faculty (given that she did not win another prize at the university), in the amount of NIS 4,000.
– A PhD student who wrote an outstanding research dissertation in the faculty (given that she did not win another prize at the university), in the amount of NIS 8,000.
Dean of the faculty of humanities
Dean of the Faculty of Humanities
Dear students, academic faculty and administrative staff,
The new academic year will shortly be upon us and I wanted to reach out to each and every one of you as together we begin the new year. This is a unique year and quite different from what we are used to in the academic world. We are in the midst of a global health crisis that has impacted everyone in a variety of aspects, in line with where they live and their stage of life.
I welcome our many new students who have joined us here at the Faculty in our different departments. Because we will not be able to meet face-to-face, we will do everything we can to help you integrate in the best possible way.
During last academic year’s second semester, we began using remote learning in earnest, with all its benefits and disadvantages. Since then, we have improved, updated, reviewed and enriched the study materials.