Amal Jamal is interested in Political Theory and Political Communication. His research fields include State Structure and Civil Society, Political Democratization and Civil Liberalization, Social Movements, Media Exposure, the Cultural Industries, Minority Nationalism and Struggle for Civic Equality. He published several books and articles in four languages (English, German, Hebrew and Arabic).
His latest articles include:
- “Ontological Counter-Securitization in Asymmetric Power Relations: Lessons from Israel” (International Studies Review, 2019).
- “Constructing Ethno-National Differentiation on the Set of the Television Series, Fauda” (Ethnicities, 2019).
- “Israel’s New Constitutional Imagination: The Nation-State Law and Beyond”(Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies, 2019).
- “The Creative Imagination of Juxtaposing National Traumas: The Holocaust and the Nakba” (Journal of Genocide Studies, 2019).
- “Subaltern Agency in the Cultural Industries: Palestinian Creative Labor in the Israeli Series Fauda” (International Journal of Communication, 2020). .
- “Theorizing Half-Statelessness: A Case Study of the Nation-State Law in Israel (Citizenship Studies, 2018)
Professor of Political Science, The School of Political Science, Government and International Affairs.
Head of the Walter Lebach Institute for the Study of Jewish-Arab Coexistence.
Head of Executive Graduate program in Political Communication.
Tel Aviv University
Co-Editor in Chief
Public Sphere Journal