The fourth episode of our podcast series, Aims and Means – Conversations about Research, is now available for listening.
In this episode, Dr. Yael Berda from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the Hebrew University, speaks about her research, which began back when she was a lawyer representing Palestinians in military courts. How do the bureaucratic mechanisms of the occupation work, and how is it that policy is ultimately made by bureaucrats manning the desks? How did British colonialist structures morph into Israel’s control over the Palestinians in the territories?
In the podcast series Aims and Means – Conversations about Research, Akevot Institute researcher Adam Raz talks to prominent researchers of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to hear about their specific research angle and discuss the challenges of historical research based on archival materials.
Listen to the full episodes (in Hebrew):