54743 – Between cyber wars and internet governance (Dr. Efrat Daskal)
This course examines the conflicts and the compromises taking place "behind the scenes" in the field of internet governance. In this course, the student will learn about the national and the international actors operating within the cyber space and about the political, social and technological struggles that shape and construct the cyberspace in which we live.
50987 - The Holocaust, Collective Memory and Visual Culture (Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann)
54742 - Psychological and Social Aspects of Conflict (Prof. Ifat Maoz)
The course will discuss social and psychological foundations of conflict and its resolution. The course will also focus on advanced skills for conducting an academic research and writing an academic text on the relevant topics.
40935 - The Water Policy in Israel (Prof. Itay Ficshhendler)
The aim of this course is to expose the students to the difficulties and barriers in the allocation of natural resources like water under conditions of uncertainty. In addition, to gain skills that will enable tounderstand the decisions made by policy makers and interest groups during the struggle of natural resources like water. Finally, to identify mechanisms for resolving and settling these differences and straggles over water.