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Dear Students
The staff of the department of Asian studies greets you .
Here are the office hours of our faculty members. You are welcome to contact us with any question or problem.
Scheduling the meeting via email is recommended.

Academic staff

 Dr. Nimrod Baranovitch
Dr. Nimrod Baranovitch
Academic Staff
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Prof. Michal Daliot - Bul
Prof. Michal Daliot - Bul
Academic Staff
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Ms. Netalee Admon
Academic Staff
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Ms. Haolan Wu
Ms. Haolan Wu
Academic Staff
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Ms. Ofra Weinstein-Arbel
Academic Staff
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 Dr. Rika Takaki-Eini
Dr. Rika Takaki-Eini
Academic Staff
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Dr. Arik Moran
Dr. Arik Moran
Academic Staff
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Dr. Yoram Evron
Dr. Yoram Evron
Department Chair
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China's foreign policy, China-Middle East relations, China-Israel-US relations, China's arms transfers, China's military procurement, China-Japan relations in the Middle East.
Dr. Guy Podoler
Dr. Guy Podoler
Academic Staff
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 Mr. Alex Cherniak
Mr. Alex Cherniak
Academic Staff
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Prof. Rotem Kowner
Prof. Rotem Kowner
Academic Staff
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Dr. Shakhar Rahav
Dr. Shakhar Rahav
Academic Staff
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Prof. Ornit Shani
Prof. Ornit Shani
Academic Staff
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Ms. Sigal Schneider
Ms. Sigal Schneider
Academic Staff
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Teaching Fellows

 
Ms. Einat Cohen
Teaching Fellows
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Dr. Gideon Snir
Teaching Fellows
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 Ms. Minjong Ku
Ms. Minjong Ku
Teaching Fellows
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Ms. Neta Kalmanson
Ms. Neta Kalmanson
Teaching Fellows
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Dr. Gil Brosh
Dr. Gil Brosh
Teaching Fellows
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Attorney Yitzhak Ben Haim
Attorney Yitzhak Ben Haim
Teaching Fellows
 
 
 
Dr. Amir Lahat
Dr. Amir Lahat
Teaching Fellows
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Attorney Tzabarit Kim Ezra
Attorney Tzabarit Kim Ezra
Teaching Fellows
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Dr. Uri Kaplan
Dr. Uri Kaplan
Teaching Fellows
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Ms. Maya Chen
Ms. Maya Chen
Teaching Fellows
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Dr. Shira Taube Dayan
Dr. Shira Taube Dayan
Teaching Fellows
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Dr. Shira Taube Dayan is a licensed developmental psychologist, a teaching associate, and a research fellow at the Asian Studies Department at the University of Haifa. She obtained her BA from the Psychology Department and the Asian Studies Department at the University of Haifa, while completing also an intensive Japanese Studies Program at Waseda University, Tokyo. Dr. Taube Dayan obtained her MA in Developmental Psychology and Ph.D. at the Asian Studies Department at the University of Haifa. She has also completed the professional internship program in psychology supervised by the Israeli Ministry of Health and is a practicing psychologist working with young children and their caregivers. Dr. Taube Dayan’s recent research project has examined the longitudinal implications of natural and man-made disasters throughout childhood and adolescence in different societies in Asia. Within this framework, she has been particularly interested in less-heard stories of young people and the way they may reveal new meanings of psychological phenomena with personal and social importance in recovery from crises. Dr. Taube Dayan is also a member of the national Knowledge and Research Center for Emergency Readiness in Israel in which she is active in the consortium for children in emergencies. Dr. Taube Dayan is the author of several journal articles and more recently has been participating in an interdisciplinary book project about injustice in disasters, in which she brings out the voices of young people affected by mass traumas. In the coming years, she aims to continue integrating developmental psychology and cultural research for the benefit of the humanitarian research of children and young people in emergency and disaster situations, and to take an active part in forums that incorporate researchers, professionals, and policymakers for this purpose.

Research fellows

Dr. Shira Taube Dayan
Dr. Shira Taube Dayan
Reasearch Fellows
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Dr. Shira Taube Dayan is a licensed developmental psychologist, a teaching associate, and a research fellow at the Asian Studies Department at the University of Haifa. She obtained her BA from the Psychology Department and the Asian Studies Department at the University of Haifa, while completing also an intensive Japanese Studies Program at Waseda University, Tokyo. Dr. Taube Dayan obtained her MA in Developmental Psychology and Ph.D. at the Asian Studies Department at the University of Haifa. She has also completed the professional internship program in psychology supervised by the Israeli Ministry of Health and is a practicing psychologist working with young children and their caregivers. Dr. Taube Dayan’s recent research project has examined the longitudinal implications of natural and man-made disasters throughout childhood and adolescence in different societies in Asia. Within this framework, she has been particularly interested in less-heard stories of young people and the way they may reveal new meanings of psychological phenomena with personal and social importance in recovery from crises. Dr. Taube Dayan is also a member of the national Knowledge and Research Center for Emergency Readiness in Israel in which she is active in the consortium for children in emergencies. Dr. Taube Dayan is the author of several journal articles and more recently has been participating in an interdisciplinary book project about injustice in disasters, in which she brings out the voices of young people affected by mass traumas. In the coming years, she aims to continue integrating developmental psychology and cultural research for the benefit of the humanitarian research of children and young people in emergency and disaster situations, and to take an active part in forums that incorporate researchers, professionals, and policymakers for this purpose.

Emeritus

 
Prof. Yitzhak Shichor
Emeritus
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