Dr. Tehila Kalagy
Researcher, Ultra-Orthodox in Israel Program
Dr. Tehila Kalagy focuses on projects that combine research and social action. She is a lecturer in the Conflict Management and Resolution Program at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the former director of the Haredi College in Jerusalem. She specializes in public policy in the context of changes among minority grops in Israel. Focuses included change processes in Bedouin society, perceptions of collective narratives, and assessments of war and peace among the ultra-Orthodox and national religious sectors in times of political conflict.
Areas of expertise:
Processes of change in conservative societies; ultra-Orthodox society; Bedouin society; the quality of management and service in the public sector.