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Gideon M. Kressel. 5. Januay 1936.

Elementary School, Kibbutz Giv’at  Brener.

High School; (Up to the Tenth Class), Kibbutz Netzer Sereni.

Farm Worker, 1952 – 1954.

Military Service: July 1954 – Oct. 1957.  

Tel ha-Shomer (‘Shiba’) Hospital:  Sep. 1956 – Oct. 1957. Lieutenant. Disabled Veteran.

—  B.A. The Hebrew University 1958—1961. Sociology & Oriental (Middle Eastern) Studies

  • M.A. University of California Los Angeles; 1963—1965. Cultural Anthropology
  • Farm Work and Teaching the Elements of Community Studies at Kibbutz Netzer Sereni
  • Ph. D. Tel Aviv University. 1968—1972; Social Anthropology.

  • Work Address: – The Social Studies Center of The J. Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Ben-Gurion University.  
  • Midreshet Ben Gurion  (M. Sde- Boqer) 84990.
  • Phone at work (972) 8- 6596860
  • Phone at home (972) 8- 6532126

  • Lecturer, Tel-Aviv University. 1969—1974
  • Lecturer, The Hebrew University. School of Social Work 1969—1974
  • The Truman Institute 1975—1978
  • Lecturer at The Department of Sociology and Anthropology, the Hebrew University 1978—1983
  • The Jacob Blaustein Institute. 1977. Senior Lecturer, the Ben Gurion University.
  • Associate Professor 1985
  • 1985—1986. Harvard University. Department of Middle Eastern Studies
  • Professor 1992

Chair person; Head of The Social Studies Center; The J. Blaustein Institute for Desert Studies, B.G.U. 1988—1998

  • 1991— 2000. Team fellow, research of post socialism-introduction of Capitalism, centered among ‘Romma’ (“Gipsy”) people, nomad traders along the roads’, on move between Bulgaria & Turkey
  • Fall 1995. Visiting Professor, The Department of Anthropology, University of Tromsó, Norway (study of Saami vs. Transhumance (Seasonal Movements of Domestic
  • Animals).
  • 1996—2002. Crew Member of ICARDA (International Center for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas) for Agro-forestry at Middle Eastern Steppes. Work concerned at the deserts of Egypt, Jordan, Tunis, Palestine and Israel
  • 1997—1998.  A Visiting Professor at the Laboratoire d’Athropologie Sociale . CNRS Paris
  • Fall 1999.  Visiting Prof. The Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, The North Western University, Xi’an, China
  • 1999—2001.  Research Associate of the Institute of Anthropological Field Research of the New Bulgarian University (IAFR/NBU), Sofia.
  • 2001.  Research Associate of the Bharatiya Agro Industrial Foundation (BAIF), Development Research Foundation, Pune, India.
  • 2004—2005. Visiting Prof. The Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale. Germany
  • 2005. Visiting Prof. Collegium Budapest
  • July 2006. Retired —




  • 1974.  From Each According to His Ability:  Stratification vs. Equality in a Kibbutz Community Along a Transition from Agricultural to Industrial Emphasis. Gomme, Tcherikover, Tel-Aviv University (Hebrew). (The ms. concerning this book won the Professor Yonina Talmon prize of the social sciences 1972).

  • 1975.  Individuality vs. Tribality:  The Dynamic of an Israeli Bedouin Community in the Process of Urbanization Ha-kibbutz Ha-Meuhad, Harry S. Truman Institute, (Hebrew).  [The book won the prize for research and science, granted by Dr. Joseph Burg, Ministry of the Interior and the Center for Local Authority.]

  • 1982.  Blood Feuds Among Urban Bedouin The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University Jerusalem (Hebrew).

  • 1983.  To Each According to His Needs:  Equity vs. Equality; Allocation of Rewards in a Kibbutz Community in Transition from Agricultural to Industrial Emphasis, Gomme, Tcherikover, Tel-Aviv (Hebrew).

  • 1992.  Descent through Males:  An anthropological investigation into the patterns underlying social hierarchy, kinship, and marriage among former Bedouin in the Ramla – Lod area (Israel), Wiesbaden, Otto Harrassowitz.

  • 1993.  J. Anson, E. Todorova, G.M.  Kressel & N. Genov, eds. Ethnicity and Politics in Bulgaria and Israel.  London, Avebury.

  • 1995. Together; M. Schwartz; S. Lees and G.M.  Kressel (eds.) Rural Cooperatives in Socialist Utopia: The Moshav in Israel. Westport, Greenwood Press.

  • 1996.  Ascendancy Through Aggression: Anatomy of a Blood Dispute Between Urbanized Bedouin. Wiesbaden, Otto Harrassowitz.

  • 1997.  Guest Editor (together with Don Handelman) of The Eastern Anthropologist, Lucknow, India.

  • 1998.  Together with S. Bar-Zvi and A. Abu-Rabi’a The Charm of Graves: Mourning Rituals and Tomb Worshiping Among the Negev Bedouin.  Tel Aviv, The Ministry of Defense Press. (Hebrew).

    • 2014. An English version of the above: — The Charm of Graves; Perceptions of Death and After Death among the Negev Bedouin. East Sussex. Sussex Academic Press

  • 1999.  Yulian Konstantinov, G. M. Kressel and Trond Thuen.  Looking For Loopholes. A manuscript, summing up a term of studies of  – Return from Soviet Economy to a Capitalist Track.

  • 2000.  Introduction for the Second Edition of Ha-Kvutza by Siegfried Landshut. Tel Aviv (Ephal), Yad Tabenkin. (Hebrew). Pp. 1-33

    • 2006. Same book handled for publication by the Hamburg University, Germany under the title Einleitung zur zweiten Auflage.

  • 2001.  Hare, Paul A. and G.M. Kressel. Israel as a Central Stage: A Setting for Social and Religious Enactments. Westport Connecticut and London, Greenwood (GPG)

  • 2003.  Let Shepherding Endure: Applied Anthropology and the Preservation of a Cultural Tradition in Israel and the Middle East. Albany, SUNY

  • 2003.  Hendrik J. Bruins, Joshua J. Akonga’a, Marcel M.E. M. Rutten and Gideon M. Kressel.  Drought Planning and Rainwater Harvesting for Arid-Zone Pastoralists: The Turkana and Maasai (Kenya) and the Negev Bedouin (Israel). NIRP. Applied Research in Service of Policy Series 17. Groningen, the Netherlands.

  • 2009.   Herrera, Ephraim. &  G. M. Kressel. Jihad; Fundamentals and Fundamentalism (Hebrew). Ministry of Defence Publishing House & Kinneret, Zmora-Bitan, Dvir, Tel Aviv (Hebrew)

  • 2009.  Hare Paul A. & G. M. Kressel. The Desert Experience in Israel: Communities, Arts, Science and Education in the Negev.  University Press of America; Lanham, Boulder; New York, Toronto, Plymouth UK.

  • 2010.  Anthropological Studies in Post-Socialist Micro-Economies in the Balkans. Creative Survival Adaptations in Bulgaria and Yugoslavia. The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd.  Lewiston; Queenston; Lampeter; Ceredigion; United Kingdom.

  • 2013. G. M.  Kressel & Reuven Aharoni.  Egyptian Emigres in the Levant of the 19th and the 20th Centuries..  Jerusalem; Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

  • 2014.  G. M. Kressel; Sasson Bar-Zvi and Aref Abu Rabia;  The Charm of Graves; Perception of Death and After-Death among the Negev Bedouin.  Sussex Academic Press.  Brighton; Chicago; Toronto.

  • 2016 / 2017.  Search for the Image of Forefather in Dreams Among Former Bedouin Now Living in Town. iUniverse Books.  Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Applied Anthropology (Hebrew); In search of a publisher.

  • Scape Goat and Scapegoating (Outcome of a study summed up for publication; at work)


  • 1981. “The Ecological and Cultural Adaptation of Bedouin in Process of Urbanization in Central Israel,” In Aharon Layish (ed.) The Arabs in Israel; Continuity and Change.  The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem (Hebrew), pp. 140 – 167.

  • 1981. “Patterns of Consumption:  The Cultural-Economic Variable in the Use of Disposable Personal Income in the Administered Territories after a Decade (1967 – 1977) of Israeli Rule,” in Raphael Israeli (ed.) Ten Years of Israeli Rule in Judea and Samaria, The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem (Hebrew), pp. 84 – 106.

  • 1984. (Nearly the same item under slightly different title)  “Changes in Employment and Social Accommodations of Bedouin Settling in an Israeli Town,” in Emanuel Marx and Avshalom  Shmueli (eds.) The Changing Bedouin, New York: Transaction, pp. 125155.

  • 1987.  “Los Arabes de Siria, de Libia, del Sinai…Al Neguev:  Un Estudio de la Endogamia Agnaticia, Perspectivas Diacronicas,” in John George Peristiany (comp.) Dote Y. Matrimonio en los Paises Mediterraneos, Madrid:  Centro de Investigaciones Sociologicas. Pp. 261 – 286.

  • 1989.  “Bedouin et Fellahin D’origine Égyptienne, Libyenne et

Sudanianne a Ramle (Israel): L’endogami Agnatique, Perspectives Diachroniques”. John Peristiany (ed.) Le Prix de L’alliance en Méditerranée. Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Pp. 121 – 143.

  • 1993.  “Arab Labor in Family Farms: Changes in the Moshav Economics Which Erode its Work Ethics” in J. Anson, E. Todorova, G. M. Kressel and N. Genov (eds.) Pp. 80 – 94.

  • 1993.  An improved version of the above); “He Who Remains a Farmer is not a Freier: The Spirit of Competition Among Members of the Moshav is Eroded When Cheap Arab Labor Enters the Scene.” In Moshe Schwartz, G.M. Kressel and Susan Lees (eds.) Rural Cooperatives in Socialist Utopia: The Moshav—Thirty Years Later.  Pp. 155 – 184

  • 1995. “Fonction structurelle latente de la reproduction chez les

Bédouins urbanisès d’Israël.” In Les Amis et les Autres: Mélanges en l’honneur de John C. Peristiany. Athènes.  Centre National de Recherches Sociales. pp. 185 – 206.

  • 1996. “Being Tribal and Being Pastoralist.” In Fabietti Ugo. and Philip Saltzman (eds.) The Anthropology of Tribal and Peasant Pastoral Societies: The Dialectics of Social Cohesion and Fragmentation. Proceedings of the International Conference of Pavia 1992: 183–193.

1996. An Italian version of the above; “Tribalità e Pastoralismo”. [Same anthology pp. 139 – 148.]

  1. (Together with A. Borg) “Personal Names, Surnames and Nicknames among the ’Azazmeh Bedouin in the Negev Highlands: Anthropological and Linguistic Aspects.”  In Archív Orientální 63: 478 – 487

  • 1996. “An Anthropologist’s Response to the Use of Social Science;

Models in Biblical Studies”. In Semeia; Honor and Shame in the World of the Bible. Vol.  68: 153 – 161.

  • 1998. “Harigat ha-Axot, Harigat Ha-Bat: Retzah le-shem kvod

Hamishpaxa (Sororocide and Filiacide: Homicide for Family Honour). Hamizrah Hehadash (The New East) 1981: 69 – 98

— This essay has been republished in: O. Abuhav   et. al 1998. Israel: A Local Anthropology; Studies in the Anthropology of Israel.  (Hebrew) P.p. 271-307.

  • 1999.  “Vergogna e Genere” (Italian version of “Shame and Gender”, translated from Anthropological Quarterly 1993. In Maria Arioti & Barbara Casciarri (eds.) La Ricerca Folklorica (40): Scoietà Pastorali d’Africa e d’Asia. 105 – 115

  • 1999.  Narspy Zilberg & G.M. Kressel. “Worker, Victim or Rebel? Newly Patterned Prostitution in Israel”. In Kressel 2010. The Rebelious Russian Woman: Newly Patterned Prostitution in Israel and Other Near Eastern Countries”. (Prepared for publication in Kressel, Konstantinov & Thuen (eds.)  Looking for Loopholes

  • 2001. “Khybar in Palestine”; in Hare & Kressel (eds.) pp. 165 – 187

  • 2001. “Reenactiong the Granting of Islam’s Custody to the 7th Century Christian Establishment in Jerusalem. In Hare & Kressel (eds.)

  • 2001. “Recognizing the Power of Words.” In Hare Paul A. & G. M. Kressel (eds.) Pp. 153 – 164.

  • 2003. “Are the Townships for Bedouin? A Question to Applied

Athropology.” In H. Porath and Y. Grados (eds.) Ha- Negev, Khamishim Shnot ‘Assiya;  in Memory of Y.Vardimon, Jerusalm, Ariel. (Hebrew) Pp. 79 – 98.

  1. “How to Please Us All”. A Master Planning Model for the Bedouin Township Beer – Hdaj”. Notes on the Bedouin no. 35; 67 – 79 (Hebrew)

  • 2004. “On Studying Up: Some Thoughts on Method” In Giri, Ananta K.

(ed.) Creative Social Research: Rethinking Theories and Methods. Lexington Boods. Lanban. Boulder. New York. Toront. Oxford. Pp. 220-230.

  • 2004. Rueff, Henri; G. M. Kressel and M. Schwartz “Forest Fire Control and Bedouin Pastoralism in Israel’s Dry-land Afforestation; a Cost Benefit Analysis.” Nomadic Peoples Vol. 8 (1): 113-137.

  • 2006. “Manners and Climates of Merchandising; The Bedouin Market of Be’er Sheva.” In; The Culture of Arabia in the Asian Context. Festschrift in honor of Mikhail Radionov’s 60th anniversary. St. Petersburg, The Russian Academy of Sciences.  Pp. 55 – 66

  • 2008 (2004). “Once Nomadic Pastoralists, their Present Beruf Identity and Attitude as of Privately Owning Range Plots.” In Janzen, Jörg and Batboldyn Enkhtuvshin eds. Dialog between Cultures and Civilizations Present State and Perspectives of Nomadism in a Globalizing World.  Ulaanbaatar C.D.R. Pp.  229 – 235

  • 2008. “The Perception of the Four Winds”. In Hare P. A. and Kressel. (eds.)  44 – 53

  • 2008. G.M. Kressel & H.J. Bruins,(In Honor of Y. Orev) “Pastoral Nomads” In A. P. Hare (ed.) Transfer of Technology; Sustainable and Unsustainable: American University Press. Pp. 311 – 329

  • 2009. “Pastoral Nomads: Static Versus Nomadic Pastoralism.”  In A. Paul Hare (ed.); Transfer of Technology; Sustainable and Unsustainable  Experience from Israel.  309 – 328

  • . “Belief in the Supernatural and Patterned Islam in Suburbs of

      Ramleh and the Negev Highland.”  In Conversion, Sufism,      Revival and Reeform in Islam. Essays in Memory of Professor        Nehemia Levzion.  The Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem Institute.           Ha-Kibbutz Ha-Meukhad Publishing House.  Tel Aviv. (Hebrew). Pp; 82- 108

  • 2013. “Legislature / Executive/ Judiciary — and the Academy: — Katharsis; A critical Review in the Humanities and Social Sciences Nom’ 19: 115 – 121 (Hebrew).
  • 2015. “Patterns of Self Estrangement Among Jews; Overlooking the Last Millennia.” [An article, considered for publication]  
  • 2017. Emir Galilee; Ruth Kark & G. M. Kressel. “Between Nomadism and Islam: a novel approach to the study of burial patterns in the Bedouin society of the Negev.”  In Meir Hatina and Muhammad al-Atawneh (Eds.). Muslims in a Jewish State; Religion, Politics and Society. (Hebrew). Ha-kibbutz Ha-Me’uhad
  • 2017.  Kressel G. M. & H.J. Bruins “Transference of Knowledge to  Facilitate Life Under Desert Conditions.”  In A. Kumar Giri (ed.) Cultivating Pathways of Creative Research:  New Horizons of Transformative Practice and Collaborative Imagination”. Primus Books; New Delhi P.p. 205 – 224



  • 1970. “Awlad ‘amm Marriage:  Aspects of Urbanization and Tradition.” The New East 20: 20-52 (Hebrew)
  • 1974. “Spoken ‘Things’ as Social ‘Facts’”, Megamot 21: 23 – 36 (Hebrew).

  • 1976.   “Ethnic Duality in a Kibbutz,” Ethnic Groups 1(3): 241- 256.

  • 1976.  “Bride Price Reconsidered. ” The New East 26 (3-4): 203 – 231 (Hebrew).

— Op. cit   1. 1977. Current Anthropology; 18 (3): 441 – 458.

— Op. cit.   2 (1987) A. Haider et al. (eds.) The Arab Society in Israel, Jerusalem:  The H.S. Truman Institute. Pp. 281 – 294. (Hebrew)

           — Op. cit.  3 (1991) L. Shamgar-Handelman and R. Bar Yoseph (eds.). Families in Israel.  Jerusalem, ‘Academon’.  The Hebrew University. P.p. 135 – 168. (Hebrew)

  • 1977.  Jointly with Y. Arad, “A Year of Vacation in a Masculine Trend,” The Kibbutz; Interdisciplinary Research Review 5: 226 – 251 (Hebrew).

  • 1979.  “Palestinian Sociological Studies; A Review Article” Asian and African Studies, XII: 81-98.

    • Op. cit  (1980) The New East   29: 89-99 (Hebrew).

  • 1980.  “Agnatic Endogamy as a Cultural Mode of Social Stratification:  FBD & FBS Marriage in Jawarish,” Asian and African Studies 14(3): 255 – 268.

  • 1981. “Sororocide and Filiacide:  Homicide for Family Honour.”

Current Anthropology XXII(2): 141 – 158.

  • 1981 Op. cit., The New East 30: 69 – 98 (Hebrew).

— 1998 Op. cit., O. Abuhav et. al. Israel: A Local Anthropology;

Studies in Israel.  (Hebrew) pp. 271 – 307.

  • 1984. “Arabism (Uruba):  “A Concealed Cultural Factor in the Ethnic ‘Gap’ in Israel.”  Israel Social Science Research 2 (1): 66 – 79.

  • 1985. “The Lasting Patrilineage (Hamula):  Agnation-Steered Infra-Structure of Social Control,” Scientific Reviews on Arid Zone Research 3: 49-60, University of Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India.

  • 1986. “Patterns of Consumption:  The Cultural-Economic Variable in Use of Disposable Personal Income in the Administered Territories after a Decade,” Asian and African Studies 20 (3): 281 – 308.

  • 1986.  “Prescriptive Patrilateral Parallel Marriage:  The Perspective of Bride’s Father and Brothers,” Ethnology  25 (3): 163 – 180.

  • 1986.  “Latent Payments and Gains Implied in the Confinement of Women to the Household Setting: The Case of MENA Culture Area,” Israel Social Science Research 4 (1): 51 – 64.

  • 1988. – 1989.  “Recognizing the Power of Words:  The Dynamics of

Recollection in Micro-Social Worlds,” Israel Social Scienc Research; 6 (2): 1 – 22.

— Op. cit. A short version of this article (2001) in Hare & Kressel (eds.) “Recognizing the Power of Words: – -.“  Pp. 153 – 164.

  • 1991. “Continuity and Endurance of Patrilineages in Towns,” Middle Eastern Studies  27 (1): 79 – 93.

  • 1991.  “Managerial Blunders in the Kibbutz Enterprise: Collective Sanctions: – The Capitalist Lesson and Accountability.” Journal of Rural Cooperation (CIRCOM) 19 (1-2):  91 – 107.

— 1991.  Hebrew version of the above:  Riv’on Le-Kalkala (The Economic Quarterly) 150: 562 – 576.

  • 1991. G. M Kressel with J. Ben-David & K. Abu Rabi’a. “Changes in Land Uses among Negev Bedouin within the Last Hundred Years:  The Intra-tribal Perspective.” The New East, 33: 39 – 69  (Hebrew).

  • — (English version of the above) 1991.  G. M Kressel with J. Ben-David & K. Abu Rabi’a:  “Changes in Land Usage by the Negev Bedouin since the Mid 19th Century.” Nomadic Peoples 28: 28 – 55.

  • 1991.  Together with S. Bar-Zvi. “Haqq Akhu Manshad.”  The New  East  33: 24 – 35. (Hebrew),

— Op. cit.   1999. Italian version of this article in Maria Arioti  & Barbara Casciarri (eds.) La Ricerca Folklorica Scoietà Pastorali

d’Africa e d’Asia.  1999: 105 – 115

  • 1993 “Haqq Akhu Manshad: Major and Minor Wrongs and

      Specialized Judges among the Negev Bedouin,” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 25 (1): 17- 31.

  • 1992. “Shame and Gender,” Anthropological Quarterly 65 (1): 34 – 46.

  • 1993.  “Who is ‘Fed-Up’ Working and Why; Employment in Ashkelon”
    • Iyunim Betkumat Israel, The Ben-Gurion University Research Center. Vol 3: 168-190. (Hebrew).

  • 1993.  “Employment in Ashkelon.”  The Eastern Anthropologist. 46: 341–369.

  • 1993.  “Nomadic Pastoralists, Agriculturalists and the State: Self- Sufficiency and Dependence in the Middle-East.”  Journal of Rural Cooperation XXI (1): 33 – 49

  • 1993.  “He Who Remains a Farmer is not a ‘Freier’: The Spirit of Competition Among Members of the Moshav is Eroded When Cheap Arab Labor Enters the Scene.” Megamot 35: 386 – 406.  (Hebrew).
  •    1995. Kressel G. M. & J. Ben-David. “The Bedouin Market of Be’er Sheva During the Ottoman Period.” Cathedra 77: 39 – 66 (Hebrew).

  • 1995.  Kressel G. M. & Ben-David J “The Bedouin Market of Be’er Sheva During the British Mandate.” Nomadic Peoples 35: 3 – 28

  1.  Kressel G.M. & J. Ben-David. “The Bedouin Market of Be’er Sheva During the Ottoman Period.” Nomadic Peoples 36/37: 119 – 144

  1. A. Borg & G. M. Kressel. “Personal Names, Surnames and Nickmames among the ‘Azazmeh Bedouin in the Negev Highlands: Anthropological and Linguistic Aspects.” Archiv Orientalni (Academia Praha) 4.  Vol. 63: 478 – 487.

  1. J. Ben-David & G. M. Kressel. “The Bedouin Market of Be’er Sheva During the British Mandatory Period.” Nomadic Peoples  39: 3 – 27.

  • 1996.  “Reducing Collectivity in a Kibbutz; Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms Journal of Rural Cooperation, Vol. 24 (1): 35 – 45.

  • 1996.  “Mentality: Intelligentsia, Morality and the Arab-Jewish Conflict.”  In Te’oria u-Bikoret (Theory and Criticism; An Israeli Forum) 8: 47 – 72  (Hebrew).

[In view for publication at]

  • 1997.  “Tamritz Villy” (The Willy Incentive, not Stakhanovism: Career in Service of the Kibbutz Enterprise).” Megamot No’ 38 (4): 547 – 577

  • 1998  “The Arab World’s Travails; The Desert Burden” Middle East Quarterly   5 (1): 49 – 57.

  • op. cit.  Reappeared 2000, in a Chinese translation of the Middle Eastern Studies, Xi’an University, 36: 68 – 73

  • 1998. “The Four Winds; What they have Symbolized in the Negev, in the Middle East and in Adjacent Areas” Notes on the Bedouin 31; 5-15

— op. cit. 2009; 45-52.  In P.A. Hare & G.M. Kressel, The Desert Experience in Israel

  • 1998.  Y. Konstantinov, Kressel GM, and Thuen T. “Outclassed by Former Outcasts: Petty Trading in Varna.” American Ethnologist, 25 (4): 729–745.

  • 2000  “The Students’ Strike October — December 1998 and Simmel’s Model of Triadic Relationships.” Megamot. (Hebrew) 40 (2): 316-322.

  • 2001. “Bedouin Personal Names in the Negev and Sinai” by Alexander Borg and G. M. Kressel in Zeitschrift für Arabische Linguistik.  40: 32 – 70.

  • 2003. Hare, Paul A., Bassam Al-Ashhab & G. M. Kressel. “Perceptions of the Ideal Mediator: An Israeli-Palestinian Example: Psychological Report 93: 771 – 775

  • 2003. “Herders and the Amelioration of Range: A Report from the Desert Frontier of Gujarat and Rajasthan — Complementary of Basic and Applied Desert Research in India and Israel” Nomadic People (NS) Vol. 7 (1): 189 – 194

  • 2004. “What Indeed Happened in Khaybar?” Keshet Ha-Xadasha, 7; 167—182. (Hebrew).

  • 2004. Together with Reuven Aharoni. “Egyptian Immigrants in the Bilad Esh-Sham” Jama’ah Vol. 12; 201 – 245 (Hebrew).

  • 2004. Together with Henri Rueff and Moshe Schwartz. “Forst Fire Control and Bedouin Pastoralism in Israel’s Afforested Drylands: A Cost Benefit Analysis.” Nomadic Peoples Vol. 8 No. 1 113-136

  • 2005. Together with Henri Reuff and M. Schwartz. “Forest Fire Control and Bedouin Pastoralists in Israel afforested Dry-lands; a Cost-Benefit Analysis.“ Nomadic Peoples 8 (1): 113 – 138

  • 2005. Hendrik J. Bruins, Joshua J. Akong’a, Marcel M.E.M. Rutten and Gideon M. Kressel. “Drought planning and rainwater harvesting for arid-zone pastoralists: the Turkana, the Maasai, and the Negev Bedouin”. Arid Lands Newsletter Digital, May-June, Issue 57 ISSN 1092-5481

  • 2006. Kressel G.M together with Khalil Abu Rabi’a;  “Badal; Exchange Marriage Between ‘Urf, Shari’a and State Law.” Ha-Mizrah He-Xadash  (The New East) 46: 5 – 23.

  • 2006.  Together with Narspi Zilberg “The Sex Track; Worker, Victim or Rebel? Newly Patterned Prostitution in Israel”. Keshet Ha-Hadasha (New Rainbow) 16: 157- 179.

  • 2006. Stavi Ilan; G. M. Kressel; I. Gutterman; A.A. Degen; “Flock Use among Bedouin in ‘Spontaneous’ Settlements in the Negev Desert. Southern Israel” accepted for publication in Nomadic Peoples 10 (1): 53-71.

  • 2006. “Hurricanes and Storms in a Glass of Water”. A review article of   Oz Almog, 2004. Farewell to ‘Srulik’: Changing Values Among the Israeli Elite. Katharsis  6: 123-146.

  • 2007. Stavi, Ilan, G.M. Kressel, Y. Gutterman, A. Allan Degen. “Labour Division and family cohesion among Bedouin flock raiser families in scattered rural settlements in the Negev Desert, Southern, Israel”. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. 38(2): 307 – 315.

  • 2007. (Review article) “Axial Age; Horyzontal and Vertical.” A review article of Eisenstadt, S.N. 1992. Jewish Civilization:  The Jewish Historical Experience in a Comparative Perspective. Sde-Boqer, BGU Press. In Katharsis 7: XIII-XV; 117 – 138.

  • 2010,  (Aleksandra Biernacka, G.M. Kressel and S. Abu Rabi’a ) “Negev Bedouin Women at Work — Between Tradition and Modernity.” Rodzina I praca miedzy tradycja a wspotczesnoscia (a Polish Journal); P.p.  66—83.

  • 2011. (Together with Khalil Abu Rabi’a). “Badal Marriages among the Negev Bedouin: ‘Urf, Shari’a and State Law.”  Anthropology of the Middle East 6: 68- 93.

  • 2012. Together with Sasson Bar-Zvi and ‘Aref Abu Rabia  “World of the Dead as Viewed among the Negev Bedouin”.  Anthropology of the Middle East.  7: 57-70

  • 2013.  Together with Emir Galilee and Ruth Kark  “Like Footprints in the Desert: Territorial Boundaries and Migration Processes Among the Negev Bedouin as Reflected in Burial Patterns, 1800-1966”.  Hamizrah Hehadash , The New East, Vol 52:  82-112 . (Hebrew).

  • 2016. “Agnatic Infrastructure: Middle Eastern Countries in the Test of Time”.  US-CHINA LAW REVIEW (Journal).  Vol. 13. No.12, pp. 898-909.
  • 2017. “The connective strategies of Bedouin women entrepreneurs in the Negev.” Journal of Arid Environments journal homepage: Aleksandra Biernacka, Sarab Abu-Rabia-Queder, Gideon M. Kressel

  • 1971. “Change in an Urbanizing Bedouin Community; The Jawarish Neighborhood. Notes on the Bedouin 3: 26-42 (Hebrew).
  • — 1974. Same article in Notes on the Bedouin A. Ministry of Education and Culture – Board of Youth, pp. 117 – 133

  • 1972.  (Book review) Tallal Asad. The Kababish Arabs:  Power, Authority and Consent in a Nomadic Tribe.  London:  C. Hurst, 1970, The New East 22: 107-109.

  • 1972. “Social and Economic Change in an Urbanized Bedouin Community.”  Notes on the Bedouin 3: 26 – 43 (Hebrew).
  • 1974.  Master Plan for the Township Beer Ya’akov: — Anthropological Perspective of an Urban Growth. (24 pp).

  • 1975. (Book review) L. Weller Sociology in Israel.  Wesport and London: Greenwood Press, Megamot 21: 354 – 356  (Hebrew).

    • Op. cit. 1977   Societas VII: 88 – 90

  • 1976.  Triple the Population of the Galiliean Xatzor:  The Anthropological Perspective (32 pp). (Hebrew)

  • 1977.   “Renovation in Agriculture and in General,” Megamot 23: 211 – 214  (Hebrew).

  • 1977.  “The Kibbutz Society — The Critics of Criticism,” Social Research Review, The University of Haifa, 12-19:235-240.

  • 1979.  (Book review) M. Katakura Bedouin Village: A Study of a Saudi Arabian People in Transition. University of Tokyo Press, 1977, The New East 28:305-307 (Hebrew).

    • Op. cit.  Appears also in, Asian and African Studies 15: 150 – 153 (1988).

  • 1979.  Project Renewal of Ramla:  Sociological Perspectives (30 pp.). (Hebrew)

  • 1980, (Book review) F. Khuri, From Village to Suburb:  Order and Change in Greater Beirut. The University of Chicago Press, 1975, The New East 29: 226 – 228 (Hebrew).

  • 1980.  Project Renewal of Ashkelon:  Bureaucratic Labyrinths and Cultural Inhibitions (60 pp.). (Hebrew)

  • 1981. “Changes in Employment and in Patterns of Consumerism Among Urbanizing Bedouin,” Notes on the Bedouin 11:12-26 (Hebrew).

  • 1987.  (Book review) G. Baer, Fellah and Townsman in the Middle East:  Studies in Social History. London: Frank Cass, 1982, Asian & African Studies 21(3): 333 – 335.

  • 1988.  “Proposal for Establishing Villages for Bedouin Herders,” Svivot (Environments) 21: 182-185 (Hebrew).

— The item above appears also in J. Ben-David “Agricultural Settlements for the Bedouin Population — Policy Proposal.”  The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies 1988: 106-108. (Hebrew)

  • 1988.   “More on Honour and Shame: Reflections on Unni Wikan’s Article” Man 23(1): 167-170.

  • 1989.  “Family Farm for Stationary Grazing—An Alternative to

Urbanization of the Negev Bedouin,” Reshimot Be-Nose Ha-Beduim 20:  75-89.  (Hebrew).

  • 1990.  (Book review) Israel Eph’al, The Ancient Arabs: Nomads on the Borders of the Fertile Crescent 9th – 5th Centuries B.C. The Magnes Press, 1982.  In; Ha-Mizrah He-Xadash 33: 149-151. (Hebrew)

  • 1991.  Preface to The Jurisdiction Among the Negev Bedouin by Sasson Bar-Zvi , pp. 8 – 11.

  • 1991. “I am in Love with the Desert” in Ralph Giordano. Israel um Himmels willen Israel. Kiepenheuer & Witsch pp. 228-234

  • 1992.   “Rural Settlements of Bedouin; Assessments as to a Possible Development Project” The Ministry of Science and Technology (Hebrew)

  • 1993.  (Book review) M. J. Aronoff.  Israeli Visions and Divisions. Transaction Publishers. 1991.  In – Israel Social Science Research 8(2): 100-101

  1.  “Bureaucratic Difficulties in Instituting a More Flexible Government Policy Pertaining the Bedouin.” Notes on the Bedouin.  25: 73- 77. (Hebrew).

  1. Report; “The Municipal Framework Suitable for the Bedouin Settlements of the Shoket Regional Area.” Led by Professor G. M. Kressel, Chair Person on Behalf of the Ministry of Interior.

Minutes of Meetings of The Interior Ministry 223 pp.

  • 1996.  (A book review) Lewis Herbert S., After the Eagles Landed; The Yemenites of Israel. Boulder, West view Press. 1989. In ISSR 11(2):  72 – 76

  • 1996. “A Proposal for the Municipal Organization of the Bedouin Townships.” Notes on the Bedouin 28: 43 – 49. (Hebrew)

  • 1996. “Studying the Limits of the Possible; Obituary for Ya’akov Orev (Buda).” Hassadeh:; Monthly Review of Settlement and Agriculture  76: 91 – 93. (Hebrew)

  • 1996.  (Book review) Uberoi, Patricia. (ed.). 1994. Family, Kinship and Marriage in India. Delhi, Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology. The Eastern Anthropologist 49 (2-3): 429 – 439

  • 1997. (A book review) “Manger, Leif O. “From the Mountains to the Plains; The Integration of the Lafofa Nuba into Sudanese Society. Uppsala. The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. 1994. The Journal of Rural Cooperation 24 (2): 177 – 179.

  • 1997. “Cousin Marriage: Why does the Practice of Cousin Marriage Persist Despite its Genetic Risk.” In Proceedings of a Conference on:  Consanguinity: Implementation of Genetic, Epidemiological and Anthropological Research Findings for the Prevention of Hereditary Disease in Traditional Societies.  BGU. Nov’ 27th, 1997, pp. E2 – E3.

  • 1998. “Why is the Negev Wide Open for Transporting Narcotics?”  Notes on the Bedouin. 29: 48 – 62. (Hebrew)

  • 1998.  (A book review) Ben Ari, Eyal & Y. Bilu (eds.) 1997. Grasping Land: Space and Place in Contemporary Israeli Discourse and Experience. Albany, State University of New York Press. In Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 4 (4): 799-800

  1. “The Four Winds — What They Have Symbolized in the Negev” Notes on the Bedouin 32: 5-15 (Hebrew).

— Also, in P. A. Hare & G.M. Kressel 1992; called “The Four Winds.” P.p. 45 – 52

  1. “Poor Chance for a Peace Agreement Prior to Advance Towards Reform in the Mosques”.  Mifne  26: 17-21 (Hebrew).

  • 1999.  (Book review) Rabinowitz, Dan 1998. “Anthropology and the Palestinians.  The Institute for Israeli Arab Studies”, Ra’anana. Ha’aretz; March 10, Books p. 4.

  • 1999. “No Chance for a Civil Peace Prior to Agreement in the Mosques.”  Mifne; Forum for Social Issues 26: 17-21.5

  • 1999. (Review Article) together with H. Bruins. “Steppes d’Arabies: Etats, pasteurs, agriculteurs et commerçants: le devenir des zones sèches”.  By R. Bocco, J. Ronald, & F.Métral (eds.) Paris Presses Universitaires de France and Cahiers de L’ I.U.E.D. Genève.1993. Nomadic Peoples N.S. 3 (1):  115-121

  • 1999. (Book review) D. Grossman, Rural Process-Pattern Relationships: Nomadization, Sedentarization, and Settlement Fixation. New York, Praeger, 1992. In Ha-Mizrah He-Hadash.  40: 131-133. (Hebrew)

  • 1999. “No Chance for Peace Prior to Agreement in the Mosques”. Mifne.  26:  17-21 (Hebrew).

  • 2000.  “The Four Winds, What They Have Symbolized in the Negev” Notes on the Bedouin 31: 5-15 (Hebrew).

  • 2000.  “Problems of Small Stock Breeding in Jewish Enterprises as Compared to Bedouin Ones.” Notes on the Bedouin 32: 84–106. (Hebrew).

  • 2000.  “Marker for the ‘Skunking’ Left.” Mifne 29: 23-28. (Hebrew).

  • 2002.  “Description of Bedouin in White and of All Others (Israelis) in Black.” Mifne 34:  77-92. (Hebrew).

  • 2002. “Prefatory to the Age of Belief and an Exit from It.” Akheret (=‘Otherwise’, in Hebrew): 107 – 127

  • 2002. (Book review) Domesticating Revolution: From Socialist Reform to Ambivalent Transition in a Bulgarian Village. By Gerald W. Creed.  University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press 1998. In American Ethnologist.  Pp. 483 – 484.

  • 2002. (Book review) Among the Pastoral Afar in Ethiopia: Continuity and Socio – Economic Change by Getachew, K.N. Utrecht, the Netherlands.  In Journal of Rural Cooperation. Pp. 30; 159 – 162

  • 2003. (Book review) Pastoral Resource Competition in Uganda by Muhereza, Frank E. and Peter O. Otim. 2002. International Books, OSSERA.  In Journal of Rural Cooperation 31: 45 – 46

  • 2003. (Book review) Mundy, Martha & Basim Musallam. Eds.  2000. Nomadic Society in the Arab East. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. American Anthropologist 105 (4); 876 – 877.

  • 2004. Social Justice and Equality in a Changing World. By A. Yassour; Y. Oved; D. Rosolio; and M, Rozner.  Tel-Aviv, Ha-Kibbutz Ha- Me’uchad. In Megamot (Hebrew). Vol. 43 (3): 606 – 609

  • 2004. (Together with Khalil Abu Rabe’ah) “Research and Development Center for Betterment of the Bedouin Herd’s Production” In Notes on the Bedouin 36: 73 – 81 (Hebrew)

  • 2005. (Book review) The Arab Jews; Nationality, Religion and Ethnicity By Yehuda Shenhav.  Tel-Aviv, Am- Oved. In Megamot (Hebrew), 43  (3): 606-609).

  • 2005.  “Is It a Dispute Indeed? S. N. Eisenstadt and U. Furman on “Multiple Modernities and the Case of Islam”.  Ru’ah Mizrahit Vol 3.  Pp. 1-2.

  • 2006.  “The Win of “Xamas” at the January 26th Elections for the Palestinian Parliament Opens a New, Rare Opportunity for Peace Talks.” Midbar Samkha 12: 2 – 3 (Hebrew.)

  • 2006. Introduction for the Hebrew version of T.A. Lawrence, 1935. Seven Pillars of Wisdom; A Triumph.  Tel Aviv, The Ministry of Defense pp. 11-20 (Hebrew).

2006  “Bedouin Herds and Shepherding During the Latter        Decades”. Deserts and Desertification; Challenges and Opportunities. Book of Abstracts. UNCCD; BGU & IYDD Page 68

  • 2007. (Book review) Teresa de Noronha Vaz, Eleanor J. Morgan and Peter Nijkamp Eds. 2006. “The New European Rurality; Strategies for Small Firms.  Burlington VT (US), Ashgate, Journal of Rural Cooperation pp. 183–185.

  • 2007. “Availability of Arable Land in the Negev for Individuals and the Public at Large, Bedouin and Jews.” Mifne 55; 24–28. (Hebrew)

  • 2009.  a. “On Troop Movement Towards Battle and Brides’ Mind.” b. “When A. Sharon Got Scolded by my Mom.”
    • The Secret Recipe of Dad. 111 & 198

  • 2011. “The Edges of the Longitudinal Axis of Israel: the Cases of the Galilee and the Negev.” Sociological Issues in Israel. No. 11. Pp. 212-2019
  • 2012.  “Professor Chitta Ranjan Das [Necrology].” In — A New

Morning with Chitta Ranjan: Adventures in Co-Realizat1ions and World Transformations.  Edited by Ananta Kumar Giri.  Sikshasandhan, IRC Village, Bhubaneswar.  Odisha. Pp. 57 – 59

    • 2014.  2nd edition pp.  59-61

  • 2012. (Book review) Dr. Rohn Eloul. 2010. Culture Change in a Bedouin Tribe; The Arab al-Hgerat, Lower Galilee, A.D. 1790-1977. Ann Arbor, MI;.Israel Studies 17, 184-185.
  • 2013.  “Self Sacrifice on Being at Allah Service”.  An

Introduction to – The Banality of Suicide Terrorism; The Naked Truth About the Psychology of Islamic Suicide Bombing.  By Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin.  Multy (Heb.) Educator Inc., New York. P.p.  11 – 21.

  1.  “When the Term a Vengeance [“naqqam”] Approach has been Substituted by the Term ‘Retaliation’ [“tagmul”].”  Ha-Aretz  08. April 2014

  • 2016. “When Agnatic Tribes Provide the Social Infra Structure of Villages and Towns — A Middle Eastern Predicament.” Notes on the Bedouin No’ 42; 42–45 (Hebrew)

  • 2016. “The Tribal and Ethnic Array vis-à-vis the Economic One and the Present Middle Eastern Wars.”  Notes on the Bedouin No’ 42; (Hebrew):  46-48


APPLIED STUDIES (Largely as a Team Member)

  • 1965 –1969.   Member of a committee composed of Kibbutz sociologists lead by Dr. Joseph Shefer. We were appointed to follow (hence study) the relevant tracks along which an “Industrial Revolution” reaches ‘egalitarian communes’. How mix the hierarchy of command with the egalitarian setup. I.e. let industry come but not on behalf of farming branches and on the account of the Direct Democracy.

  • On behalf of the Committee, a personal assignment; to help notify industrialized Kibbutz communities where undercurrent, non-egalitarian, new arrangements intrude and challenge the egalitarian foundations.

  • 1967-1971, 1975–1977.  Follow up; a study of Negev Bedouin on move to suburbs of towns at Ramla and Lood area. On behalf of Michael Bonneh a Town Planning Architect.  The objects of this study were patterns of kinship and lasting tribal relations, when some 100 kilometers part between families of a tribe on move.  A master plan in thought of a town planning including a quarter of settling Bedouin. for better planning of old quarters of.

  • 1971 – 1972.  Applied research for further development in Be’er Yaacov, a township subjected to increase its number of inhabitants. A master plan.  Joint study together with the M. Bonneh. Analytical report published.

  • 1973. Community Studies at Yama, Bir es-Sikke and Ibtan; Three village communities on verge of development. For Mistechkin Architects. A report published.

  • 1973 – 1974. A community study aimed at tripling the population of Hatzor ha-Glileet. For TaHaL Engineers. A report published.

  • 1974. A community study at Lod’s Bedouin suburb. For M. Bonne. Architect office and the Ministry of the Interior. A report published. A report published

  • 1974. A community study at Jaljulya, a township of the southern triangle for project renewal.  For Mistechkin’s Architects. A report published.

  • 1976.   Applied research to halt “Negative Migration” out of Hatsor Ha- Galileet.  Jointly with Water Planning for Israel, Ltd., and the Ministry of Housing. Analytical report published.

  • 1977    Applied research of Bedouin settling in rural areas around Ramla and Lod.  Forming a regional master plan for future development. Jointly with Lichfield, Bonneh, Lichfield Ltd., Town Planners, Architects and Economists.  Analytical report published.

  • 1978 – 1979.   Applied research.  Forming a regional master plan for the Arab Triangle.  Jointly with I. Horowitz Environmental Consultants Ltd., I. Barr and J. Mistechkin Architects and Town Planners, A. Shmueli, Department of Geography, Tel-Aviv University.  Committee convened by the Ministry of Interior. A report published.

  • 1980.   Applied research for Project Renewal in Ashkelon.  Jointly with D. Lichfield Town Planners, Architects and Economists Ltd.  Analytical report and two essays published.

  • 1981 – 1982.  An associate consultant, research project of the new and old Moshavim; The Settlement Studies Center, Faculty of Agriculture, The Hebrew University, Rexovot.

  • 1984.  A look a head; the Future of Moshavim at the Jordan Valley (Biq’ah).

  • 1985.  Aging Moshavim (40 years old) that fail cover financial debts.

  • 1983.    Study of current Bedouin economy, to increase the focus on the Bedouin market. Jointly with Dr. S. Gabriel and Dr. J. Ben-David. Analytical report published.

  • 1985 – 1986. Rural centers for pastoralists on move to living in townships. To improve the relationships between Bedouin of the Negev Heights and the State authorities.  For Israel Ministry of Interior.

  • 1988 – 1989.  Land use among the Negev Bedouin. Weighing a joint project for urban dwelling and living on shepherding. Together with Dr. J. Ben-David and Dr. Khalil Abu Rabi’ah.  For the Ministry of the Interior. Jerusalem.

  • 1989 – 1992.  On the regression of cooperative institutions in rural Israel; the socio – economic dimensions of crisis in Moshavim. For the Development Studies Center, Rexovot.

  • 1991 – 2000.  Trade and open-air markets in Bulgaria, since the termination of the communist era in 1989. Together with Prof. Y. Konstantinov (Sofia U.) and Prof. T. Thuen (Tromsø University, Norway). For the BSRCS (Bulgarian Society for Regional Cultural Studies.

  • 1994 -1995.   The Frame Jacket of Tribal Identity: What Retains People ascribed to the Patri-lineage (a predominant lasting trait), as an Infra – Structure still after transition to living in Middle Eastern towns. Unity of tribal groups after transition to living in town, when free of deserts confinement.  For Israel Ministry of Interior.

  • 1994.   The relegation of public assets in kibbutz communities. How privatize real estate or how retain it common once the families live on income stemming from outside sources. For Yad Tabenkin.

  • 1995 – 1996.  Operation control of the municipal boards of the Bedouin townships. For the Ministry of Interior.  Jerusalem.

  • 1996.   Tribal Identity: Land usage and tenure by the Negev Bedouins. A study called for by Courrier de l’Unesco.

  • 1997. “The Middle East, the Mediterranean culture area vis-à-vis the West; the Politically and the Scientifically Correct”. Together with Prof. A. Borg.

  • 1995 – 1997.  Operation control; the municipal boards of the Bedouin Townships. For Israel Ministry of the Interior.

  • 1995 – 1997.  With H.J. Bruins. Sustainable Development Projects; The Negev Bedouin, the Maassai and the Turkana of Kenya. For NIRP. Research for Policy Series 17

  • 1996 – 2001.   Measure the socio-economic dimensions of range development and agro-foresting in Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine and Israel. Lead by the Middle Eastern branch of ICARDA

  • 2000 – 2001.  Socio-economic dimensions of range development of the Raika = Rabary in Rajasthan and Gudjarat. For BAIF; An analytical report.

  • 2002.  The preferable municipal entity desired for the Bedouin township of Bîr-Hdâge and of the tent-dwellers encamping around it.” A report submitted to the Ministry of Interior.

  • 2002 – 2003. Socio-economic dimensions of range development as regards the Foulani and the Mbororo of Cameroon. A literal study and consulting report written.

  • 2002 – 2003. Intentional communes and new, real estate problems. Jointly with Dr. Yuval Dror, Tel-Aviv University, and Yad Tabenkin.

  • 2003.   Empirical estimation of growth at the Bedouin townships of the Negev after decades of construction. A report published by G.M. Kressel in the name of the Committee appointed by the Ministry of Interior for further development Purposes.

  • 2004.   “Post-Socialism.” A research guest at the Max Planck Institute, Halle –  Saale, Germany. The socio- economic constituents of new post- socialist opportunities in Eastern Europe, beginning in Fall 1989. Combat lasting impediments of a totalitarian regime.

  • 2005.   A fellow at Collegium Budapest: Post-socialist realities in Eastern Europe. Outlets; how shake free off the hold of the totalitarian maze, to renew entrepreneur initiatives.  

  • 2006–2012.  Modern Recollection and a wish for a Praxis of Salafi dreams.  The Impact of Historic Events long past on modern imageries.  Thoughts and their social roots of Jihad that compensates frustration vis-à-vis modernity.  The social and psychological roots of modern Jihadist movements. (A study in process).

    • Ben David, Joseph. A Ph. D. student, instructed together with D. Amiran; — “The Negev Bedouin Society on Transition to Modernity.” The Hebrew University Jerusalem

    • Yom – Tov Simcha. Ph.D. student. “Master Planning of the Future Arab Townships.” The Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

    • El- Bassel Nabilah.  M.A. Juvenile Delinquency at the Muslim-Arab Community of the Old City of Jerusalem. The Hebrew University Jerusalem.          

    • Njeidât, Sâleh. A Ph. D. student, together with M. Amir.  “The social fabric of an Arab township at the Galilee. The Hebrew University Jerusalem.

— Cédric Parizot. Culture & Society among Azazma  Bedouin of Ramat Negev. M.A.  Thesis.

    • Cédric Parizot.  Ph.D. study; — “Le Mois de la Bienvenue”;

Elections  in Rahat”. A Ph. D, under a joint direction, together with Pierre Bonte. CNRS, LAS. Paris.

    • Miri Munk. An MA student. “Self-management of an industrial plant; the case of Hassin-Esh. MA. Instruction together with Dr. R. Tormianski. BGU

    • Talya Shorer; “The cultural circumstances of the menopause crisis. Cultural differences as of guidelines of behavior to women confronting physical quandary.” An M.A. Thesis. BGU.

Talya Shorer; “Ethnic differences of parents’ views of their epileptic children.” A Ph.D. Thesis; B.G.U.

—  Kieval, Shirah.   The Hebrew University; Foreign        Students;  M.A. Program. “A broad view of the Bedouin       constituent of social life at the ME.

    • Reuff, Hanri: “Cost vs. Benefit analysis of Bedouin herd breeding.” An   M.A. Thesis. Instruction together with Dr. M. Schwartz, Katz School, BIDR

    • Ra’ya Gal-Gurewitz:  “Cultural Aspects of Diabetes Mellitus Among Bedouin Women in the Negev. M.A. Thesis. BGU

    • Stavi, Ilan   “Division of labor in Bedouin families by the size of theirherds: Biqaat Arad and the Negev Highlans” M.A. The J. Blaustein Institute (BIDR). Together with Y. Guterman and A. Degen

    • Kortzig, Sabrina. “Psychological methods and social regulation in Zohareem, an Institute for Waning of Drug Addicts”

    • Zamir, Dvirah. “Confinement and Outings; Women in Qseiffe; A Bedouin Township”, MA Thesis. Instruction together with Dr. N. Alfassi.

— Mintzker, Uri.  A Ph.D. Thesis. Together with Prof.  F. H. Stewart and Prof. R. Henking. “Anthropological perspectives regarding the Al-Wajj (Wujuge) tribe of the Zulâm confederation.”

— Biernatcka, Aleksandra (Ola), Together with Dr. Sarab Quider Abu-Rabi’a. 2010. “Women as Bread Winners at the Bedouin Townships.”   The Department of Economics.  Krakow University.

— Galilee, Emir; Together with R. Kark, 2013. “The Anthropological       Customary in Burial among the Negev Bedouin.”  The Department of Geography, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, a Ph. D.  student.

— Quest, Astrid. 2008. “The traditional culture of Bedouin women in Sinai.”  Together with Y. J. Garb of B.G.U and Prof. Gertroud Koch of Leipzig University.

—Yuseph Sawâ’ed, Khâled; 2016. “Intermediary in cases of conflict among the Galeely Bedouin”. A Ph.D student of Bar Ilan University, together with Dr. M. Kedar & Prof’ M. Alberschtein.

    • Hashem Sayed. An MA Student of “the Bedouin Social being.”

— Mazarib, Bushra An Additional Guide to the Research Student of Bar Ilan University, Together with Dr. Mordehai Kedar.

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