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Prof. Tamar Hermann

Prof. Tamar Hermann

Department of Sociology, Political Science and Communication
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Updated: October 2012

 

Personal

Tel: 972-9-778-2013

E-mail: tamarhe@openu.ac.il

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Professional Education

1978 BA [cum laude], History and Political Science, Tel Aviv University
1984 MA, Political Science, Tel Aviv University [no thesis, direct PhD program]
1989 PhD, Political Science, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation: “From the Peace Covenant to Peace Now - The Pragmatic Pacifism of the Israeli Peace Camp (1925-1985)”
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Fields of Academic Research

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Academic Appointments

1986-1990 Instructor, Political Science, Tel Aviv University
1990-1991 Post-doctorate (MacArthur fellow for Peace and Security), Center for International Studies, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University
1991-1992 Research fellow, The Truman Institute, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem
1991-1993 Visiting lecturer, International Relations Department, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem
1991-1995 Lecturer, The Open University of Israel
1994-2007 Director, The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, Tel Aviv University
1995-2004 Senior lecturer, The Open University of Israel
1997 (June-September) Visiting research fellow, ICAR, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
2000-2003 Chair, Sociology, Political Science and Communication Dept., The Open University of Israel
2003 (April-August) Visiting research fellow, Center of International Studies, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, USA
2004-2006 Head, MA Program in Democracy Studies, The Open University of Israel
2004-2009 Associate Professor, The Open University of Israel
2005 (August-October) Visiting Senior Research Fellow, School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Queen's University, Belfast, NI
2006-2009 Dean of Academic Studies, The Open University of Israel
2007 - Senior research fellow, The Israel Democracy Institute
2009 Full Professor
2009-2010 (Fall semester) Visiting Professor, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University
2010 (Spring semester) Visiting Professor, Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC, Herzliya
June 2010 Academic Director, The Guttman Center for Surveys, The Israel Democracy Institute
2010 - Head, MA Program in Democracy Studies, The Open University of Israel
2011 (August) Visiting researcher, NOREF (Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre), Oslo
2012 (January) Visiting Professor, WZB (The Social Science Research Center), Berlin
2012 - Vice President for Academic Affairs
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List of Publications

Books and Monographs

Arian, A., I. Talmud and T. Hermann, eds., National security and public opinion in Israel (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1988).

A. Arian, T. Hermann, Y. Hadar, N. Atmor, Y. Lebel and H. Zaban, Auditing Israeli democracy 2008: Between the state and the civil society (The Israel Democracy Institute, 2008) [Hebrew and English].

Hermann, T., The Israeli peace movement: A shattered dream (Cambridge University Press, 2009). [On the book]

Arian, A., T. Hermann, Y. Lebel, M. Philippov, H. Zaban, and A. Knafelman, Auditing Israeli democracy: Democratic values in practice (The Israel Democracy Institute, 2010) [Hebrew and English].

Hermann, T., N. Atmor, K. Haber, E Heller, D. Walter, R. Ventura, Y. Lebel, The Israeli Democracy Index 2011 (The Israel Democracy Institute, 2011) [Hebrew and English].

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Edited Volumes

Hermann, T. and R. Twite (eds.), The Israeli-Arab peace negotiations: Politics and concepts (Tel Aviv: Papyrus, 1993) [Hebrew and English].

Hermann, T. (ed. and author of Introduction), By the people, for the people, without the people? The emergence of (anti)political sentiment in Israel and in western democracies (Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute, 2012).

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Chapters in Refereed Books

Hermann, T. and D. Newman, The dove and the skullcap: Secular and religious divergence in the Israeli peace camp. In C. Liebman (ed.), Conflict and accommodation between Jews in Israel (New York: Avi Chai and Keter, 1990) [Hebrew and English].

Hermann, T., Grassroots activism as a factor in foreign policy-making: The case of the Israeli peace movement. In D. Skidmore and V. Hudson (eds.), The limits of state autonomy: Societal groups and foreign policy formulation (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993), pp. 127-150.

Hermann, T., New challenges to new authority: Israeli extra-parliamentarism in the 1950s. In I. Troyn and N. Lucas (eds.), Israel: The first decade of independence (SUNY Press, 1995), pp. 105-124.

Hermann, T., The rise of instrumental voting: On the relevance of the political reform campaign to the 1992 elections. In A. Arian and M. Shamir (eds.), The elections in Israel – 1992 (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995), pp. 275-298.

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, Will they lend it their support? Israeli public opinion and the peace process. In D. Caspi (ed.), Politics and communication (Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute, 1997), pp. 191-222 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, Two peoples apart: Israeli Jews’ and Arabs’ perspectives on the peace process. In I. Peleg (ed.), The Israeli-Palestinian peace process: Interdisciplinary perspectives (Albany: SUNY Press, 1997), pp. 61-86.

Hermann, T. and D. Newman, A path strewn with thorns: Along the difficult road of Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking. In J. Darby and R. McGinty (eds.), The management of peace processes (London: Macmillan, 2000), pp. 107-153.

Hermann, T., Away from war? Israelis’ security beliefs in the post-Oslo era. In P. Everts and P. Isernia (eds.), When the going gets tough: Public opinion and the use of military force (London: Routledge Books, 2001), pp. 163-182.

Hermann, T., Blame or praise: Israeli contending narratives of the peace movement’s role in the Oslo process. In A. Ben Zvi and A. Klieman (eds.), Global politics: Essays in honor of Professor David Vital (London: Frank Cass, 2001), pp. 237-266.

Hermann, T. The impermeable identity wall: The study of violent conflicts by “insiders” and “outsiders.” In G. Robinson and M. Smyth (eds.), Researching violently divided societies: Ethical and methodological issues (Tokyo, New York, Paris: United Nations University Press, 2001), pp. 77-92.

Yaar, E. and T. Hermann, The Palestinian refugees in the eyes of the Palestinian and Israeli-Jewish publics. In J. Ginat and E. Perkins (eds.), The Palestinian refugees: Old problems, new solutions (Sussex: Sussex University Press and University of Oklahoma, 2001), pp. 303-316.

Hermann, T., The sour taste of success: The Israeli peace movement, 1967-1998. In B. Gidron, S. Katz and Y. Hasenfeld (eds.), Mobilizing for peace: Conflict resolution in Northern Ireland, Israel/Palestine and South Africa (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 94-129.

Hermann, T., Reconciliation: Reflections on the theoretical and practical utility of the term. In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (ed.), From conflict resolution to reconciliation (New York: Oxford University Press 2004), pp. 39-60. Also published in Hebrew in Politika, The Israeli Journal of Political Science & International Relations, 9 (2002), pp. 77-94.

Golan, G. and T. Hermann, Parliamentary representation of women: The Israeli case. In M. Tremblay (ed.), Women and Parliaments: An international study (French edition, Montreal: Remue-ménage), pp. 251-275 [English and French].

Hermann T., The chicken and the egg dilemma: Changes in official policy and in Israeli-Jewish public opinion regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (2000-2004). In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (ed.), The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: From peace talks to violent conflict 2000-2005 (Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Center for Israel Studies [Hebrew], 2006), pp. 185-230. English edition, Routledge, 2007.

Hermann, T. and E. Yuchtman-Yaar, The people's voice: Israeli public opinion on the referendum issue. In D. Arieli-Horowitz (ed.), Phantom in politics: Referenda in Israel (Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute and Magnes Press, 2006), pp. 117-138.

Hermann, T., The role of civil society and NGOs in peacebuilding in Israel. In E. Kaufman, W. Salem and J. Verhoeven (eds.), Bridging the divide: Peacebuilding in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (Boulder, CO: Lynne Reinner, 2006), pp. 39-58.

Hermann, T., Realistic nonviolence: Arba Imahot, the Four Mothers movement in Israel. In M. J. Stephan (ed.), Civilian jihad: Nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), pp. 253-264.

Hermann, T., The calm after the storm: Ineffectual protest after the 2006 Lebanon War as an indication of changing patterns of citizens' political participation in Israel. In D. HaCohen and M. Lissak (eds.), Crossroads of decisions in Israel (Jerusalem: The Ben Gurion Institute, 2010), pp. 524-559.

Forthcoming

Hermann, T., Zionism and Palestinian nationalism: Possibilities of recognition and reconciliation. In W. Salem, P. Scham and B. Pogrund (eds.), Shared histories II: Zionism and Palestinian nationalism.

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Open University Books [in Hebrew]

Hermann, T., The electoral system and voter behavior in Israel (1st ed., 1990; 2nd ed., 1998), 190 pp.

Hermann, T., Institutional and non-institutional political participation (1995), 302 pp.

Hermann, T., Social movements (1995), 284 pp.

Hermann, T., Strategies of political protest: Terror (1996), 200 pp.

Hermann, T. (ed.), Political protest movements in Israel, vol. 1, 644 pp. [English]; vol. 2, 360 pp. + study guide [Hebrew] (1997).

Hermann, T. (ed.), Democracy: An interdisciplinary approach, 2 vol., 600 pp. + study guide (1999).

Hermann, T. (ed. of Hebrew edition), Introduction to political science, 320 pp. + study guide (2001).

Hermann, T. (ed.) with Y. Lebel, Social movements and political protest, vol. 1, 384 pp. [Hebrew]; vol. 2, 294 pp. [English] (2012).

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Articles in Refereed Journals

Hermann, T., The ‘Union’ (1947-1949): A peace movement under trial by fire. State, Government and International Relations, 33 (Fall 1990) [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., The Israeli peace movement: Down but not out. Canadian Journal for Peace & Security, 6, 2 (June 1991).

Hermann, T. and D. Newman, Extra-parliamentarism in Israel: A comparative study of Gush Emunim and Peace Now. Middle Eastern Studies, 28, 3 (June 1992), pp. 509-530.

Hermann, T., Contemporary peace movements: Between the hammer of political realism and the anvil of pacifism. Western Political Quarterly, 16, 1 (January 1993), pp. 869-893.

Hermann, T., From unidimensionality to multidimensionality: Some observations on the dynamics of social movements. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 15 (1993), pp. 181-202.

Hermann, T., The rise and decline of the Israeli Peace Committee – 1950-1956. Zionism, 17 (Winter 1993) [Hebrew].

Hermann, T. and G. Kurtz, Prospects for democratizing foreign policymaking: The gradual empowerment of Israeli women. Middle East Journal, 49, 3 (Summer 1995), pp. 447-66.

Hermann, T., Do they have a chance? Protest and political structure of opportunities in Israel. Israel Studies, 1, 1 (Spring 1996), 127-148.

Yaar, E. and T. Hermann, The latitude of acceptance: Israelis’ attitudes toward political protest before and after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. Journal of Conflict Resolution (December 1998), pp. 721-743. Also published in Y. Peri (ed.), The assassination of Yitzhak Rabin (Stanford University Press, 2000), pp. 303-330.

Hermann, T., Israelis’ perceptions and the Oslo process. Peace Review, 10, 4 (Winter 1998), pp. 647-653.

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, Vox populi: Israeli public opinion about the referendum issue. Politika, 5 (June 2000), pp. 61-77 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, The Shas party: The Haredi-dovish image in a changing reality. Israel Studies, 5, 2 (Fall 2000), pp. 78-107. Also published in Y. Peled (ed.), Shas (Tel Aviv: Yediot Aharonot Publishing House, 2001) [Hebrew].

Yaar, E. and T. Hermann, Divided yet united: Israeli Jewish public opinion on the Oslo process. Journal of Peace Research (September 2002), pp. 597-613.

Hermann, T., The binational idea in Israel/Palestine: Past and present. Nations and Nationalism, 11, 3 (July 2005), pp. 381-402. Also published in A. Gordon (ed.), Brith Shalom and Bi-national Zionism - The Arab question as a Jewish question (Jerusalem: Carmel Pub. and the Minerva Center for German History, The Hebrew University, 2008), pp. 19-42 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Israeli civil society at 60, Viewpoints, Middle East Institute, Washington DC (April 2008), pp. 83-85.

First, A. and T. Hermann, Sweet nationalism in bitter days: A commercial representation of Zionism, Nations and Nationalism 15, 3 (October 2009), pp. 506-523.

Hermann, T., Pacifism and anti-militarism in the period surrounding the birth of the state of Israel, Israel Studies 15, 2 (2010), pp. 127-148.

Hermann, T., How the peace process plays in Israel, Current History (December 2010), pp. 363-369.

Hermann, T., The orthodox-secular dimension in Israeli public opinion on peace and security, Contemporary Jewry.

Hermann, T., Something new under the sun: Public opinion and decision making in Israel, Strategic Assessment 14, 4 (January 2012), pp. 41-57 [Hebrew and English].

Forthcoming

Hermann, T., More Jewish than Israeli (and democratic)?, Israel Studies Review 27, 1 (2012).

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Articles in Refereed Conference Proceedings

Hermann, T., Tactical hawks, strategic doves: The positions of the Jewish public in Israel on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In Strategic Assessment, 5, 2 (Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University, August 2002), pp. 20-25 [Hebrew and English].

Hermann, T., Citizens’ protest on security related issues: The case of 1973-4. In A. Kurtz (ed.), Thirty years later: Challenges to Israel since the Yom Kippur War (Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University, 2004), pp. 65-75.

Hermann, T., People’s diplomacy and people’s vigilantism: Israeli grassroots activism 1993-2003. In G. Ben Porat (ed.), The failure of the Middle East peace process: A comparative analysis of peace implementation in Israel/Palestine, Northern Ireland and South Africa (Jerusalem: The Van Leer Institute and NYC: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), pp. 155-177.

Hermann, T., El papel del Judismo dentro de la cultura politica de Israel en la actualidad. In F. M. Lopez and F. Munoz (eds.), Politicas de paz en el Mediteraneo (Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2008), pp. 73-77.

Hermann, T., Pacifism and anti-militarism and in the period surrounding the birth of the State of Israel. In S. Avineri (ed.), On war and peace, 2006 conference book of the Israel History Society (Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center, 2010), pp. 251-283 [Hebrew]. Also published in English in Israel Studies, 15, 2 (2010), 127-148.

Hermann, T. and Yaar-Yuchtman, E., Unfortunate misplacement: Israeli public perceptions of Israel’s place in the Middle East, “I’m in the east and my heart in the west,” workshop (Calgary, Canada, October 3-5, 2010). Published in Hebrew as “Villa in the jungle: Israel’s place in the Middle East in the eyes of the Israeli public,” in Pe’amim, 125-127 (2011), pp. 295-316.

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Research Reports

Hermann, T., Advantages and disadvantages of ‘pragmatic pacifism’. Research Report no. 208/9 (October 1989), 35 pp.

Hermann, T., Cultivating the ground: Israeli peace NGOs’ contribution to the peace process. Research Report A, submitted to the Aspen Institute (June 1996), 27 pp.

Hermann, T., Cultivating the ground: Israeli peace NGOs’ contribution to the peace process. Research Report B, submitted to the Aspen Institute (January 1997), 25 pp.

Hermann, T., Assessing peace NGOs’ efficacy: A preliminary agenda. Research manual solicited by the Aspen Institute (August 1997), 15 pp.

Hermann, T., The alternative information center. Submitted to the Aspen Institute (November 1997), 50 pp.

Hermann, T., Women in Black. Submitted to the Aspen Institute (December 1997), 46 pp.

Hermann, T., Bat Shalom. Submitted to the Aspen Institute (December 1997), 64 pp.

Hermann, T., Israeli peace/conflict resolution NGOs 1967-1998. Final report submitted to the Aspen Institute (November 1998), 162 pp.

Hermann, T., The Israeli peace movement: Present state of affairs. Jerusalem: NIF, Shatil (June 2002), 18 pp.

Hermann, T., The Israeli peace movement looks in the mirror: The Oslo process and its effects on the movement. Submitted to the US Institute for Peace, Washington (May 2005), Hebrew edition, 60 pp.; English edition, 82 pp.

Shavit, Y., E. Yaar, T. Hermann and I. Adler, Public feelings and attitudes on the warfare in the North (19/7-13/8). Public Opinion, 12, Tel Aviv University, The B.I. and Lucille Cohen Institute for Public Opinion Research (August 2006). Hebrew version: Public Opinion, 11.

Arian, A., and A. Keissar-Sugarmen (T. Hermann, academic supervision), A portrait of Israeli Jews: Beliefs, observance, and values of Israeli Jews, 2009. Jerusalem, The Guttman Center-IDI for the Avi Chai Foundation (2012).

Hermann, T., Measuring Israeli democracy (2011): Epistemological, methodological, and ethical dilemmas. Jerusalem, The Israel Democracy Institute (2012).

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Reviews

Hermann, T., The end of the millennium syndrome? Israel toward the year 2000. Review of M. Lissak and B. Kne-Paz (eds.), Israel towards the year 2000: Society, politics and culture (Jerusalem: Magnes, 1996). In Megamot, 38, 3 (1997), pp. 433-437 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Review of A. Arian, Security threatened (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995). In The Ethnic Conflict Research Digest, 1 (1998), pp. 3-4.

Hermann, T., The linkage between public opinion and foreign policymaking. Review of A. Arian, Security threatened (Hebrew version, 1999) and Y. Shamir and M. Shamir, The anatomy of public opinion (Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 2000). In Politika, Israeli Journal of Political Science, 8 (2002), pp. 91-95 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Like the Phoenix: The binational idea, past and present. Review of Y. Heller, From Brit Shalom to Ihud (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2002). In Cathedra (2004), 5 pp. [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Oslo for dummies. Review of Y. Meital, The broken peace (Tel Aviv: Carmel Publishing House, 2004). In Jamaa, Ben Gurion University, 13 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., What’s left of the left? Review of D. Leon (ed.), Who’s left in Israel: Radical political alternatives for the future of Israel (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2004). In Israel Studies Forum (2007).

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Personal Columns [in Hebrew]

Ellis Island on HaYarkon street [Ellis Island berehov hayarkon], Yediot Aharonot, 20.4.09.

Miracle in the central bus station [Nes betahana hamerkazit], Yediot Aharonot, 15.5.09.

The holidays [Hahagim kepromo: hateoria shel hamangal], Yediot Aharonot, 10.6.09.

For adults only [Internet al hamasach: lo rak seret], Yediot Aharonot, 5.7.09.

Democracy? [Demokratia? mitanyenim bilvad], Ha'aretz, 16.8.09.

From Rachel and Hana [Merahel vehana lemishpaha hadasha vehorut aheret], Yediot Aharonot, 8.9.09.

Democracy and war [Democratia vemilhama], Yediot Aharonot, 8.10.09.

The statistical Israeli [Hayisraeli hastatisti], Yediot Aharonot, 16.11.09.

Israelis and politics: No longer a love story [Hayisraelim vehapolitika], Walla News, 27.12.09.

Like gladiators [Kmo gladiatorim], Yediot Aharonot, 3.2.10.

Invitation to a tea party [Hazmana lemisibat te], Yediot Aharonot, 4.3.10.

Saving Meretz [Arkat hahya'a lemeretz], Ha'aretz, 8.3.10.

Nostalgia isn't what it used to be [Hitrapkut al avar medumeh], Yediot Aharonot, 8.4.10.

Foreign work [Avoda zara], Yediot Aharonot, 3.5.10.

For you shall see it at a distance, but you shall not go there - The road to Jerusalem [Mineged tire ve'eleha lo tavo: haderech leyerushalayim], Yediot Aharonot, 9.8.10.

The clown on top of the pyramid [Haletz sheberosh hapiramida], Yediot Aharonot, 8.11.10.

The unbearable lightness of blaming [Hakalut habilti nisbelet shel haha'ashama], Yediot Aharonot, 14.12.10.

Beyond the impenetrable partitions [Me'ahorei hayiriot ha'atumot], Yediot Aharonot, 20.1.11.

The revolutionary fever [Kadahat hamahapahot], Yediot Aharonot, 2.3.11.

Passport, please [Darkon, bivakasha], Yediot Aharonot, 11.5.11.

Political protest - the rules of the game [Meha'a politit - klalei hamishak], Yediot Aharonot, 8.2011.

Israeli democracy - Where to? [Hademocratia hayisraelit - le'an?], Yediot Aharonot, 9.2011.

Explaining Israel [Masbirim yisrael], Yediot Aharonot, 22.11.11.

And the band marches on… [Vehashayara overet], Yediot Aharonot, 19.12.11.

Back to the kitchen [Behazara lemitbach], Yediot Aharonot, 29.2.12.

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Other Publications

Yaar, E. and T. Hermann, The Peace Index, a monthly column in the daily Ha'aretz and the Herald Tribune (June 1994-March 2008; since April 2008, the monthly column has been published online on Ynet).

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, Trends in Israeli Jewish public opinion concerning the political process and its implications. In Hermann and Yaar (eds.), Israeli society and the challenge of transition to coexistence (Tel Aviv: The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 1997), pp. 30-38 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar (eds.), Israeli society and the challenge of transition to coexistence (Tel Aviv: The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 1997) [Hebrew].

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar (eds.), Social and political implications of secular-religious relations in Israel (Tel Aviv: The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 1998) [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Non-violence as a political approach. In A. Gvirtz (ed.), Non-violent possibilities for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict (Jerusalem: Palestinians and Israelis for Non-Violence, 1998), pp. 24-30.

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar, The peace process and the religious-secular schism in Israeli society. Peace in Brief Series, 1 (February 1998), 8 pp., The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, Tel Aviv University [Hebrew and English].

Hermann, T. and E. Yaar (eds.), Integration or separation: Examination of the future relations between Israel and the Palestinian state (Tel Aviv: The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 1999) [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Routinization of non-routine politics: Israeli political protest at present. Panim (May 1999), pp. 84-90 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., and E. Yaar, Israeli public opinion on the Oslo process. Panim (May 1999), pp. 41-49 [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Citizens and government: Accountability, transparency, access and civil society organization. Background document for the 3rd Citizens Assembly (Jerusalem: Zippori Center, The Knesset Speaker’s Office and the Movement for Government Improvement (May 2002), 52 pp. [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Violence and non-violence by Palestinians and Israelis: An Israeli view – It won't happen, and if it does, it is likely to fail. bitterlemons.org – Palestinian-Israeli crossfire (October 7, 2002), edition 36.

Hermann, T., Only America, and only through diplomacy: Israeli Jewish attitudes to international involvement in the quest for a solution to the conflict. Palestine-Israel Journal, 11, 2 (2004), pp. 45-54.

Hermann, T., When the policymaker and the public meet: Sharon and the Israeli-Jewish public opinion on the unilateral disengagement plan. Palestine-Israel Journal, 11, 3-4 (2004-5), pp. 93-100.

Hermann, T., The attitude of the Israeli public, bitterlemons.org – Palestinian-Israeli crossfire, The Palestinian election (January 10, 2005), edition 2.

Hermann, T., The impact of the ongoing confrontation on the public legitimization of the IDF. The Military-Society Forum – 2005 (Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute, April 18, 2005), pp. 9-32.

Hermann, T., Normalizing the abnormal. bitterlemons.org – Palestinian-Israeli crossfire, Five years of the intifada (October 3, 2005), edition 36.

Hermann, T., Conflict sustains stability, compromise erodes legitimacy. bitterlemons.org – Palestinian-Israeli crossfire, Government instability and the conflict (October 16, 2006), edition 39.

Hermann, T., Unfulfilled expectations: Israelis' changing view of the role of the state and its implications. The Institute of Liberal Thought Series (Potsdam, Germany, 2007).

Hermann, T., The 1970s: Socio-political background. Catalogue of Israel's 60th anniversary exhibition (Tel Aviv Museum, May 2008), 18 pp.

Hermann, T., Y. Lebel and H. Zaban, What is anti-politics? (2008).

Hermann, T., Y. Lebel and H. Zaban, The return of the state (2009).

Hermann, T., A tortuous trail: The predicament of the Israeli peace movement, 1993-2008 (2009).

Hermann, T., Report of the committee on the status of Meretz in light of the elections to the 18th Knesset (2009). Submitted to the Meretz Party (February 2010) [Hebrew].

Hermann, T., Things that can be seen from here, can't be seen from there (and vice versa): On Johan Galtung's theory of conflict resolution, an epilog. In Johan Galtung, Transcendence and transformation (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 2010, Hebrew).

Hermann, T., Disenchanted love - The emergence of antipolitical sentiment in Israel (The Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies, 2010).

Hermann, T. and D. Newman, Israel’s democratic veneer, The Jerusalem Post, 06.03.11.

Hermann, T., Today's call on Palestine's future: Interim arrangements instead of comprehensive peace (NOREF Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre, September 26, 2011).

Hermann, T., Israeli tribalism? bitterlemons-international (February 16, 2012), edition 7.

Hermann, T., A new quality of protest: The hot summer of 2011 changed Israel's political agenda, WZB Mitteilungen 135 (March, 2012).

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Interview

Rosner's Domain: Secular-Zionist Israeliness being challenged by strengthening Jewish identity (Interview with Tamar Hermann, February 2, 2012).

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