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  • Prof.

    Amir Goldstein
  • Associate Professor

  • Education - B.A., Education M.A., Galilee Studies - M.A. Program, Multidisciplinary Studies - B.A. Program
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  • amirgold@telhai.ac.il
    • Zionism
    • Israel Studies
    • Collective Memory
    • Jewish History
    • Mandatory Palestine
    • Antisemitism
    • Microhistory of Kiryat shmona and Hula Valley
  • Prof. Amir Goldstein is married to Sigal and a father of four. Goldstein is a historian, educator and Associate Professor at Tel-Hai College. He serves as the Chair of the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies (sibce October 2018) and as the Chair of the Department of East Asian Studies (since October 2019). Goldstein specializes in Political History and the ideas behind the Zionist movement with an emphasis on researching the Zionist Right during the British Mandate. His books and articles focus on the activities of Zeev Jabotinsky and Menahem Begin and the breakthrough of the Zionist Right moving for the edge of Israeli politics to the center. Goldstein was the 'Danciger' High School Principal in Kiryat Shemona where he had held both educational and management positions for over 20 years.

  • Zionism, Mandatory Palestine, Collective Memory, Zionist leadership,  Israeli politics and society in the three first decades and Microhistory of Kiryat shmona and Hula Valley. 
    My books and articles focus on the Zionist Right, the ideas and activities  of Zeev Jabotinsky and Menahem Begin and the breakthrough of the Zionist Right moving for the edge of Israeli politics to the center. 
  • o   The history of education (BA)
    o   Educational issues in Israel (BA)
    o   Methodology in history studies (BA)
    o   The history of the Zionist movement (BA)
    o   Menachem Begin and the right wing in the State of Israel: From the Etsel to the “Reversal” (BA)
    o   Research seminar in human and community services in the periphery (BA)
    o  Collective Memory and Education in Israel
    o   Changes in the social history of a region: The test case of Kiryat Shemona (MA) (Department of Galilee Studies)
    1. M.A. thesis
    2. Heroes outside the Pantheon: The emergence of the olei hagardom myth in the Revisionist right wing and the struggle for its place in the collective memory in Israel. Haifa University. Supervised by Yechiam Weitz. Honors. June 2004. Cited by 6 items.
    3. D. thesis:
    4. Gahal between crisis and legitimation: The liberal Herut bloc, 1965-1969. Haifa University. Supervised by Yechiam Weitz. May 2006. Cited by 8 items.

     

    1. Books:
    2. Goldstein, A. Heroism and exclusion: Olei hagardom and the Zionist memory. Yad Ben-Zvi Publishers and Jabotinsky Institute: Jerusalem 2011 (355 pages). (Heb. ( Cited by 10 items.
    3. Goldstein, A. Zionism and Anti-Semitism in the thought and action of Ze’ev Jabotinksy. Ben-Gurion University Press and Jabotinsky Institute: Sde-Boker 2015. (496 pages) (Heb.) Cited by 3 items.

     

    1. Edited Books and Special Journal Issues (Guest Editor)::
    2. Yael Zerubavel and Amir Goldstein (Editors), Tel Hai: 1920–2020 - Between History and Memory, Jerusalem 2020, Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi & Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel, Tel Aviv University Press, 2020 (Hebrew)
    3. Co-editor, with Yael Zerubavel): special issue, Telhai, Journal of Israeli History (Forthcoming)

     

     

    1. Edited books:
    2. Naor A. (editor) & Goldstein, A. (deputy editor) (2017). Jabotinsky's Articles, the state of the nation, 1, Jabotinsky Institute: Tel-Aviv.
    3. Naor A. (editor) & Goldstein, A. (deputy editor) (2017). Jabotinsky's Articles, the state of the nation, 2, Jabotinsky Institute: Tel-Aviv.
    4. Naor A. (editor) & Goldstein, A. (deputy editor) (2020). Jabotinsky's Articles, the state of the nation, 3, Jabotinsky Institute: Tel-Aviv.

     

    1. Articles in refereed journals:
    2. Goldstein, A. Shlomo Ben-Yosef and realization of the Revisionist legend of the gallows. Tsiyon, 72, 1 (2006), 63-90. (Heb. (
    3. Goldstein, A. The “General Zionists”: The liberal alternative and its failure, 1959-1961. Iyunim Bitkumat Israel, 16 (2006), 293-342. (Heb.( (similar to no 6) Cited by 5 items.
    4. Goldstein, A. The big breakthrough: Menachem Begin and the “waiting period.” Iyunim Bitkumat Israel, 17 (2007), 345-380. (Heb.( (identical to no 15) Cited by 4 items.
    5. Goldstein, A. Menachem Begin, the Herut movement, and the Mizrahi protest: Between Wadi Salib and the Black Panthers. Israel, 12 (2007), 1-38. (Heb.( Cited by 7 items.
    6. Goldstein, A. Menachem Begin and the idea of the whole Land of Israel until the Six-Day War. Cathedra, 126 (2008), 103-125. (Heb.( Cited by 4 items.
    7. Goldstein, A. We have a rendezvous with destiny: The rise and fall of the Liberal alternative. Israel Studies, 16(1) (2011), 26-52. Cited by 4 items.
    8. Goldstein, A. Crisis and development in Menachem Begin’s path to power. Israel Studies, 20(1) (2015), 110-134.
    9. Goldstein, A. Olei Hagardom – from institutional to collective memory, Journal of Israeli History, 34/2 (2015), pp. 159-180 (Cite Score 0.12, 388/858 History) (SJR: 111. History: Q3, 649/1130) Cited by 1 item.
    10. Goldstein, A. Man of the 'Shomer' and the Yemenites from Halsa: What brought an end to Eliezer Karol's mission in Kiryat Shemona?, Iyunim Bitkumat Israel 25 (2015), 151-178. (Heb.(
    11. Goldstein, A. Olei Hagardom – from official memory to popular memory.   Aley Zayit Vaherev 15 (2015), 115-150. (Heb.( (identical to no. 8).
    12. Goldstein, A. Haaretz Newspaper, Menachem Begin and the Ruling Alternative. Cathedra 158 (2015), 151-180. (Heb.( (similar to no. 22)
    13. Abbasi M. and Goldstein, A. A Leadership in stormy times: Kamal Hussein from Khalsa and the struggle for hegemony in the Huleh Valley during the Mandate. Israel 24 (2016), 241-267. (Heb.(
    14. Goldstein, A. The Kibbutz and the transit-camp (Maabara), the case of Kiryat Shmona, Journal of Israeli History, 35/1 (2016), 17-37 (Cite Score 0.11, 523/912 History) (SJR: 120. History: Q3, 612/1126). (JCR: IF 0.125. History:Q4, 83/87)
    15. Goldstein A., The Kibbutz and the Development Town: The Economic Dimension of their Reciprocal Relations - The Case of the Hula Valley, Israel Studies, 22, 2 (2017), 96-120.
    16. Goldstein A., Menachem Begin and Gahal during the Waiting Period, Israel Affairs 23, 4 (2017), 669-689(Cite Score 0.26, 344/983 History) (SJR: 140. History: Q2, 443/1120).  (SNIP 0.339)
    17. Goldstein, A. Half-heartedly: Menachem Begin and The establishment of the Likud party, Middle Eastern Studies, 53,6 (2017), 915 – 933. (Cite Score 0.44,185/983 History) (SJR: 301. History: Q1, 144/1120). (JCR: IF 0.433. Area Syudies:Q3, 45/69) (SNIP 1.017)
    18. Goldstein A, The pathway to the Likud of 1973: From a party that Menachem Begin did not wish to create to the political home of the new Israeli identity, Iyunim Bitkumat Israel, Thematic Collection 11 (2017), 130-158. (Heb( (similar to no. 16)
    19. Goldstein A, Moderation, Legitimacy and Leverage: Menachem Begin during the Six-Day War, Cathedra 163(2017), 131-162. (Heb(
    20. Goldstein, A. Distant neighbors: Kfar Giladi and Kiryat Shmona 1949-2015, Ofakim Begeografia, 91 (2017), 109 – 133. (Heb(
    21. Goldstein, A. Partial Establishment – Menachem Begin, Gahal and The Black Panthers, Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 17, 2 (2018), 236-251. (Cite Score 0.15, 503/983 History). (SJR: 132. History: Q2, 484/1120). (SNIP 0.565)
    22. Goldstein, A. Who Represented the Israeli Middle Class? The Crystallization of the General Zionists from 1948 to 1949, Middle Eastern Studies 54, 3 (2018), 400-414. (Cite Score 0.44,185/983 History) (SJR: 301. History: Q1, 144/1120). (JCR: IF 0.433. Area Syudies:Q3, 45/69) (SNIP 1.017)
    23. Goldstein, A. Haaretz newspaper, the capitalist agenda and Menachem Begin’s political legitimacy, Israel Affairs 24, 2 (2018), 240-253. (Cite Score 0.26, 344/983 History) (SJR: 140. History: Q2, 443/1120). (SNIP 0.339)
    24. Goldstein, A. The End of Evolutionary Zionism – Jabotinsky and the Ukrainian Pogroms, Modern Judaism - A Journal of Jewish Ideas and Experience, 38, Issue 2, 1 May 2018, Pages 198–220 (Cite Score 0.34, 59/389 Religious studies) (SJR: 0.226. History: Q1, 224/1120). ). (SNIP 1.315)
    25. Goldstein, A. Bilateral Mission: Aliza Levenberg and the echoes of her work in Kiryat Shmona, Zion, 83, 3 (2018), 351 - 382.
    26. Goldstein, A. The Creation of the Likud in 1973 and the Struggle for the Identity of the Alternative Party in Israel, Israel Studies Review. 33.3 (2018) (Cite Score 0.23 387/983 History)  (SJR 0.146. History: Q2, 419/1120. (SNIP 0.633)
    27. Goldstein, 'On Collective Assertiveness and Activism during the Immigration process: The case study of Yemenite Immigrants Who Founded Kiryat Shmona – 1949-1953', Middle Eastern Studies, 55, 4 (2019), 590-604. (Cite Score 0.44,185/983 History) (SJR: 0.301. History: Q1, 144/1120). (JCR: IF 0.433. Area Syudies:Q3, 45/69) (SNIP 1.017)
    28. Goldstein, 'The roots of the gallows myth in the Revisionist movement during the 1930s', The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 48,2, 2020, 127-148. (Cite Score 0.30, 287/983 History) (SJR: 0.296. History: Q1, 151/1120). (SNIP 0.677).
    29. Amir Goldstein & Elchanan Shilo, "Menachem begin and the question of the settlements: 1967–1977." British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies(2020): 1-20.‏
    30. Amir Goldstein & Elchanan Shilo, 'Five years before Sebastia: The Schem Group's attempts to establish an Israeli settlement in Nablus or its vicinity (1969-1970), Iyunim: Multidisciplinary Studies in Israeli and Modern Jewish Society (Forthcoming). 

     

     

    Accepted for publication: 

    1. Goldstein, 'On initiative and determination: How a group of Yemenite immigrants who founded Kiryat Shmona shaped the reality of their life in Israel', Cathedra.

     

    Under Review 

    1. Amir Goldstein & Tamar hager, 'Identification and Alienation: Aliza Levenberg's Educational Work in Kiryat Shmona in the Early 1960s',
    2. Amir Goldstein, ''The Zionist Pilgrimage to Tel Hai: Between Communitas and Conflict'

     

     

    1. Book reviews- Refereed Journals:
    2. Goldstein, A. The Revisionist movement between the Holocaust and the state. A review of E. Stein Ashkenazy, Sworn to erase the Diaspora: The Revisionist movement from the end of the Second World War to the establishment of the state, Cathedra 159 (2016), 200-204. (Heb.)
    3. Goldstein, 'The First Homeland of the Zionist Right', on: Daniel Kupfert Heller, Jabotinsky's Children: Polish Jews and the Rise of Right-Wing Zionism, Princetonand Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2017.‏ Israel, 2020 (Forthcoming)

     

    1. Articles or chapters in refereed books:
    2. Goldstein, A. Akko prison: Memorialization, memory, politics. In Y. Markovitzki (Ed.), The rebels: The struggle of the Etsel against the British 1944-1947 – A renewed discussion, Menachem Begin Heritage Center: Jerusalem 2008, 296-323. (Heb.(
    3. Goldstein, A. The Zionist right wing in the third decade: The path to the “reversal”, In Z. Zameret & H. Yablonka (Eds.), The third decade, 1968-1978, Yad Ben-Zvi: Jerusalem 2008, 232-339. (Heb.(
    4. Goldstein, A. Crisis and growth in Menachem Begin’s path to the Israeli political center. In A. Diskin (Ed.), From Altalena to the present day: The history of the movement – From Herut to Likud. Carmel Publishers and Menachem Begin Heritage Center: Jerusalem 2011, 116-148 (Heb( (similar to no. 7).
    5. Goldstein, A. General Zionism, the civil society camp and the Liberal democratic issue. In M. Lissak, A. Gal, P. Morag Talmon, & G. Bakon (Eds.), The democratic way. Ben-Gurion Research Institute: Sde-Boker 2012, 324-363. (Heb.(
    6. Goldstein, A. From a pressure group to a political party: The civilian and General Zionist groups in the transition from the yishuv to the state. In Bar-On, M. & M. Hazan (Eds.). Politics in the War of Independence. Yad Ben-Zvi, Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel at Tel-Aviv University and the Association for Research of the Defense Force from its Foundation by Israel Galili: Jerusalem 2014, 231-263. (Heb.(
    7. Goldstein, A. 'The Kibbutz and the town, the case of Kiryat Shmona', Essays in Honor ofZeev Tzahor,  edited by Anita Shapira and Dvora Hacohen, Hakibbutz Hameuchad and Sapir Academic College: Tel Aviv 2017,  274 - 314. (similar to no. 13 in Refereed Journal) (Heb.(
    8. Goldstein, A. 'Why did the "Dark day of Kiryat Shmona" erupt in May 1956? On work, absorption, protest, and politics in the Hula Valley during the 1950s', Grossmark, H. Goren, Z. Greenberg and M. Abassi (eds.), The third New Galilee Studies Book, Tel-Hai: Tel-Hai College, 219 – 237 [Heb.]
    9. Goldstein, ,The Pilgrimage to Tel Hai as a Contested Political Arena (1928–1947)', in: Yael Zerubavel and Amir Goldstein (Editors), Tel Hai: 1920–2020 - Between History and Memory, Jerusalem 2020, Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi & Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel, Tel Aviv University Press, 2020, 259 – 293. (Heb.)
    10. Goldstein, 'Years of Volatility: Left and Right in Israeli Politics in the fifth Decade', In Z. Zameret & Y. Vaits (Eds.), The fifth decade, 1988-1998, Yad Ben-Zvi: Jerusalem 2020 (Forhcoming)

     

    1. Other articles (in collections or non-refereed journals)

     

    Introductions:

    1. Goldstein, A and Arye Naor. Make your history with your own hands: The young Jabotinsky's view on the state of the Jewish nation: (Introduction), Ze'ev Jabotinsky's articles, 1, Jabotinsky Institute: Tel-Aviv 2017, 9-56.
    2. Goldstein, A and Arye Naor. Jabotinsky's view of Jewish nation until World War I. Ze'ev Jabotinsky's articles, 2, Jabotinsky Institute: Tel-Aviv 2017, 9 – 41.
    3. Goldstein, A, and Arye Naor. Jabotinsky's view of Jewish nation 1906-1932. Ze'ev Jabotinsky's articles, 3, Jabotinsky Institute: Tel-Aviv 2020, 9 – 65.
    4. Yael Zerubavel & Amir Goldstein, Introduction, in: Yael Zerubavel and Amir Goldstein (Editors), Tel Hai: 1920–2020 - Between History and Memory, Jerusalem 2020, Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi & Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel, Tel Aviv University Press, 2020, 11 – 30. (Heb.)
    5. Yael Zerubavel & Amir Goldstein, Introduction, Tel-Hai, Speical Issue, Journal of Israeli History (Forthcoming)

     

    Articles in collections or non-refereed journals:

     

    1. Goldstein, A. When Ehud Olmert, 21, called for Menachem Begin’s resignation. Ha’uma, 165 (2006), 130-139.
    2. Goldstein, A. To live in the periphery and feel in the center. Panim, 42 (2008), 56-62.
    3. Goldstein, A. 'The ancient sin against the periphery'. Review of Z. Zameret, A. Halamish, & E. Meir-Galitsenstein (Eds.), Development towns, New  Directions, A Periodical on Matters of Zionism, Judaism, Policy, Society  and Culture, 21 (2009), 256-260.
    4. Goldstein, A. Abba Ahimeir and the creation of the legend of maximalist heroism. In Y. Ahimeir (Ed.) Aba Ahimeir and revolutionary Zionism, Jabotinsky Institute: Tel-aviv 2013, 47-59.
    5. Goldstein, A. Literature, politics and memory: Jubilee of the appearance of Bakolar Ehad. Ha’uma, 189 (2013), 50-59.
    6. Goldstein, A. "Jewish nation" - Zionist document. Ha’uma, 192 (2013), 7-16
    7. Goldstein, A. Trumpeldor myth Betar during the thirties of the twentieth century. Ha’uma, 195 (2014), 78-87.
    8. Goldstein, A. Jabotinsky's positive attitude towards the Gentiles as a cornerstone in the Revisionist outlook', Ha’uma, 198 (2015), 31-38.
    9. Goldstein, A. The upheaval that preceded the upheaval: The Reburial of The assassins of Lord Moyn, Ha’uma, 200 (2015), 130-144.
    10. Goldstein, A. Ze'ev Jabotinsky between Utopia and realism, Ha’uma, 202 (2016), 47-56.
    11. Goldstein, A. Between history and politics: the book that caused a government crisis, Ha’uma, 202 (2017), 60-67.
    12. Goldstein A. From the underground to the democratic field - the adaptation of the Zionist right to the establishment of the state. Ha’uma, 210 (2018), 52-59.
    13. Goldstein A. Between two stories (and who tells them): the Yemenite of  Amka, the Yemenite of Khalsa and their struggle for the education of their children, HaKivun Mizrach 33 (2018), 42 – 47.
    14. Goldstein A. The International Conscience in the Thought of Ze'ev Jabotinsky ', Ha’uma, 210 (2019), 46-53.
    15. Goldstein A. 'Gibor (Factory)' and 'Hula Textile', in Chanan Getraide, Expired: A photo Journey between 70 disappearing sites in Israel, 2019
    16. Goldstein A.'Riots and Motorcycles in the Fourth Knesset (1959) Election System', , Ha’uma, 216 (2019), 36-42.
    17. Goldstein A. 'Between "Good to Die" and "Good to Live" and for what? The centenary of the Tel Hai affair, Mitzpe, 1 (Forhcoming).
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    25. *April 2014. Tel-Hai College, 16th Galilee Research Conference, 'What brought an end to Eliezer Karol's mission in Kiryat Shemona?', Tel-Hai College.
    26. *June 2014. The Chaim Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel, Tel-Aviv University, and the Jabotinsky Institute, Zeev Jabotinsky and The Betar Movement 'The Trumpeldor myth and Betar movement', Tel-Aviv University. (Invited lecturer).
    27. *June 2014. Association for Israel Studies (AIS), AIS Annual Conference, 'Menachem Begin, the Herut Movement, and the Black Panthers' Protest', Sde-Boker.
    28. *September 2014, European Association for Israel Studies (EAIS), EAIS  3rd Annual      Conference      on             Israel Studies, 'Menachem Begin's semi-establishment strategy during the Black Panthers' Protest', SOAS University of London.
    29. *April 2015. Tel-Hai College, 17th Galilee Research Conference, 'A Microhistory of a Segmented market', Tel-Hai College.
    30. *May 2015, Tel-Hai College, From Port Arthur to Tel-Hai: Joseph Trumpeldor and Japan, 'An Obsolete Hero: The radical Beitarists attitude to the myth of Trumpeldor', Tel-Hai College.
    31. *June 2015, Association for Israel Studies (AIS), AIS 31st. Annual Conference, 'A surprising alliance in the 1960s: Haaretz newspaper, Menachem Begin and the ruling alternative', Concordia University Montreal.
    32. June 2015, The Israeli Research Forum for the Study of Mandatory Palestine, United Kingdom in the Upper Galilee - From local to Imperial, 'The Zionist right ambivalence toward the myth of  Trumpeldor', Tel-Hai College.
    33. *September 2015, European Association for Israel Studies (EAIS), EAIS, EAIS   4rd Annual      Conference             on        Israel Studies, 'The surprising best man: Haaretz Newspaper and the establishment of Gahal', University of Cagliari.
    34. *April 2016. Tel-Hai College, 18th Galilee Research Conference, 'What cause the protest in Kiryat Shmona in 1956, On absorption, employment, development and protests in the fifties', Tel-Hai College.
    35. *April 2016.   The Ben-Gurion Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Lecture in the awards ceremony of The Goldhirsh Prize for Outstanding MA Thesis in Holocaust Studies, 'Between prophecy of the destruction and the world's conscience: Ze'ev Jabotinsky view of Antisemitism during the thirties', Sde-Boker. (Invited lecturer).
    36. *June 2016. The Chaim Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel, Tel-Aviv University, and the Jabotinsky Institute, The new face of Ze'ev Jabotinsky. 'Was Jabotinsky disciple of Ahad Haam?', Tel-Aviv University (Invited lecturer).
    37. *June 2016, Association for Israel Studies (AIS), AIS 32nd Annual Conference, 'Menachem Begin and Gahal during "the Waiting Period"', Yad Izhak Ben Zvi and the Menachem Begin Heritage Center Jerusalem.
    38. *July 2016.  Israeli Society for the History of Education, Israeli Society for the History of Education Annual Conference, 'Educational mission and Social reproach: 'Aliza Levenberg in Kiryat-Shmona', Gordon College of Education, Haifa.
    39. *September 2016, European Association of Israel Studies (EAIS), EAIS 5th Annual        Conference      on             Israel Studies, 'Menachem Begin and The establishment of the Likud party', Soas University of London.
    40. *February 2017, Theodor Herzl Distinguished Chair at Masaryk University, Israel 1947-1967: Creating the Country, 'The liberal alternative's failure in the young State of Israel', Masaryk University, Brno.
    41. *April 2017. Tel-Hai College, 19th Galilee Research Conference, 'The determined struggle of the Yemenites of Kiryat Shmona', Tel-Hai College.
    42. *May 2017, Yad Ben-Zvi Research Institute, The 40th anniversary of the first political upheaval (1977 - 2017), 'The Establishment of the Likud in 1973 and the Struggle for the Identity of the Alternative Party in Israel', Yad Ben-ZVI Jerusalem. (Invited lecturer).
    43. *May 2017. The Ben-Gurion Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel 1967-1977: continuity and turning, 'The path to the Likud – 1973'. (Invited lecturer).
    44. *May 2017, Pears Institute, ZIONISM AND ANTISEMITISM: International Conference, 'Jabotinsky's interpretation of antisemitism between the two world wars'.
    45. *July 2017, The Israeli past and present Research Forum, Researchers Workshop - Annual Seminar, 'What can we learn from the establishment of Kiryat-Shmona about the period of the great immigration?', Tel-Hai College.
    46. *August 2017. The World Union of Jewish Sciences, The 17th World Congress for Judaism Studies, 'The establishment of the Likud in 1973 and the Struggle for the identity of the Alternative Party in Israel', Hebrew University Jerusalem.
    47. *September 2017, European Association of Israel Studies (EAIS), EAIS   6rd Annual      Conference      on             Israel Studies: 'The Jewish Catastrophe and the British Conscience in Jabotinsky's Worldview During the Late 1930s', University of Wroclaw.
    48. *November 2017, Taub Center for Israel Studies at NYU, Balfour, Partition and the Six-Day War: Critical Turning Points, 'Menachem Begin and the Re-birth of the Israeli Right, June 1967', NYU (Invited lecturer).
    49. *April 2018. Tel-Hai College, 20th Galilee Research Conference, 'The determined struggle of the Yemenites of Kiryat Shmona', Tel-Hai College.
    50. *March 2018. Center for the Study of Yemeni Jewry, Ben-Zvi Institute'a determined agency? The struggle of the Yemenite immigrants who settled in Halsa during the mass immigration period', Seminar of Yemeni Jewry Scholars, Yad-Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem (Invited lecturer).
    51. *May 2018, Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism, ISRAEL: A CASE STUDY The Jewish State through the Prism of Social Sciences and Humanities International Conference on the Occasion of Israel’s 70th Anniversary, 'Antisemitism and Nation Building in Jabotinsky's Outlook', Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Sede Boqer Campus.
    52. *June 2018, The Israeli past and present Research Forum, Researchers Workshop - Annual Seminar, 'The May 1956 protest in Kiryat Shmona: On work, absorption, protest, and politics in the Hula Valley during the 1950s'', Tel-Hai College.
    53. *June 2018, Association for Israel Studies (AIS), Association for Israel Studies Annual Conference: 'On Collective Assertiveness, Activism and Determination in Immigration: The Struggle of the Yemenite Immigrants who Founded Kiryat Shmona (1949-1953)', BERKELEY INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH LAW AND ISRAEL STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
    54. *July 2018, The Israeli Research Forum for the Study of Mandatory Palestine, Researchers Workshop - Annual Seminar, 'The National authority in the Yishuv in light of the Gallows Martyrdom', Yad Ben-Zvi Jerusalem
    55. October 2018. The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, Tel-Aviv University, and the Jabotinsky Institute, Jabotinsky and the Israeli-Arab / Palestinian conflict then and now, 'The Place of International Conscience in Jabotinsky's Worldview'', Tel-Aviv University. (Invited lecturer).
    56. April 2019. Tel-Hai College, 21th Galilee Research Conference, 'Distributive justice between Kiryat Shmona and the Upper Galilee Regional Council - A Historical Perspective', Tel-Hai College.
    57. *June 2019, Association for Israel Studies (AIS), Association for Israel Studies Annual Conference: 'Asher Nizri and the Aspiration to turn Kiryat Shmona into a City', Kinneret academic Colledge.
    58. *September 2019, European Association of Israel Studies (EAIS), EAIS 8th Annual      Conference      on Israel Studies: 'The Schem (Nablus) Group (1969 - 1971): A Failed Settlement Attempt and a Decisive Governmental Response', Charles University, Prague.
    59. * November 2020, Herzl Institute for Research and Study of Zionism and History, Haifa University, Leadership and leaders in the history of the State of Israel, "Menachem begin and the question of the settlements: 1967–1977.
    60.*March 2020, Tel-Hai College, Tel Hai: 1920–2020 - History and Memory .'The politics of the Tel Hai myth'