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HEB 348: Israeli Society and Culture

Modern Israeli Literature in Translation (HEB/SLC/JST 347); Israeli Society and Culture (HEB/SLC/JST 348; REL 311) ; Modern Hebrew (Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced: HEB 101, 2

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Israeliana Collections at ASU Library

Our book collections cover disciplines such as history, political science, religion, and literature. Please consult the following subject headings for books related to Israeli society and culture. Tip: Many book records include subject headings that can help you find additional books on the same subject - just scroll down when you access any book record. Use the same subject headings on WorldCat (use Advanced Search) - you can request books we don't own by clicking the Get It @ ASU logo. 


Israel - History / Palestine - History

Israel -- Social conditions / Palestine -- Social conditions; National Characteristics - Israeli; Israel -- Social life and customs.

Public Opinion - Israel; Collective memory - Israel; Historiography - Israel; 

Israel - Politics and Government / Palestine - Politics and Government


Israel - Popular Culture Israel MusicArt - IsraelMotion pictures -- Israel

Arab-Israeli ConflictJewish-Arab RelationsPalestinian Arabs -- Israel -- Social Conditions

The IsraPulp Collection is ASU's special collection of Hebrew popular literature titles, 1930s–current. It includes comic books, pulps in a number of genres (westerns, espionage and special agents, detective literature), and children's books. 

Dissertations / Theses

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses GlobalA comprehensive collection of full-text dissertations and theses that includes millions of searchable citations to dissertations and theses from 1861 to the present day together with over a million full-text dissertations that are available for download in PDF format. The database offers full text for most of the dissertations added since 1997 and provides strong retrospective full-text coverage for older graduate works. It also includes PQDT UK & Ireland content.

ASU Dissertations and ThesesThe ASU Library holds at least one copy or version for most of the dissertations and theses written by ASU graduates.   The term "dissertation" refers to the document produced at the doctoral level, while "thesis" refers to documents produced at the Masters and Undergraduate Honors levels.  Some Masters programs do not produce a thesis; documents from non-thesis programs such as applied, capstone, or research projects, are not collected by the ASU Library but might be in the ASU Digital Repository*.   The availability or format (print/online) of a dissertation/thesis will vary according to the level (doctoral, masters, honors) and the year it was produced.  

Israeli Dissertations and Theses (mostly in Hebrew)

Union List of Israel: Go to "additional catalogs" for dissertations and theses. 

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