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 Hagar Lahav, PhD

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Hagar Lahav, PhD, is head of the Journalism Program
in the School of Communication in
Sapir College (Israel), a Research Associate at
Hadassah-Brandeis Institute in Brandeis University
(MA, USA) and a former senior
journalist in Haaretz daily newspaper. She
specializes in Feminist Media Studies, Critical
Journalism Studies and Gender Representations in
the Jewish Culture.

 Courses taught

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1 Introduction to Media Studies
2 Language and Discourse
3 Journalism and Social Power
4 Creativity and Criticism in Journalism (an advance workshop)

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פרסומים עיקריים

1. Hagar Lahav, The ONE: God's Unity and Genderless Divinity in Judaism, Feminist Theology 16(1): 47-60 (September 2007).
Reprinted in: Stephen Hunt (ed.) Judaism and Islam (The Library of Essays on Sexuality and Religion series). Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
2. Dalia Gavriely, Hagar Lahav, and Nirit Topol, Womens Representation in the Israeli press during the Yom Kippur War (1973), Global Media Journal 3 (1): 1-10 (Spring 2008).
3. Hagar Lahav, Media Coverage of Sexual Violence in Israel, Igarta 10. Chaim Herzog Institute for Media, Politics and Society, Tel Aviv University (May 2008) [Hebrew].
4. Hagar Lahav, If you cant earn enough teach: Newspaper journalists as journalism lecturers in Israel, Journalism Practice 2 (3): 463-475 (October 2008).
Reprinted in: Bob Franklin (ed.), The Future of Newspapers. London: Routledge, 2009.
5. Hagar Lahav, The accused: A case study of press coverage of a rape, Megamot 46(1-2): 86-108 (February 2009) [Hebrew].
6. Hagar Lahav, "The giver of life and the griever of death: Women in the Israeli TV converge of the Second Lebanon War (2006)," Communication, Culture and Critique 3: 242-269 (June 2010).
7. Hagar Lahav and Reich Zvi, 'A Most Anticipated Surprise:' Interpretive domestication of a radical journalistic experiment, Journalism Studies (Forthcoming 2011).

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2010 Research Grant, Sapir College, Israel.
02009 2009 Scholar in Residence Scholarship, Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Brandeis University.
2008 Shalom Hartman Institute Fellowship.
2007 Research Grant, Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Israel.
2006 Research Grant, Chaim Herzog Institute for Media, Politics and Society, Tel Aviv University.
2005 Deans list of excellence, Faculty of Social Science, Tel Aviv University.
Komorov Scholarship for Excellency in Communication Studies.
2004 Research Grant, Heinrich Boll Foundation, Israel.
2003 The International Dan David Prize for Young Outstanding Researchers.
2002 Deans list of excellence, Faculty of Social Science, Tel Aviv University.
Inbal Scholarship for excellent students in Social Science, Tel Aviv University.

 

Education
1990 B.A., Magna Cum Laude
Department of Political Science, Tel Aviv University.
2002 M.A., Summa Cum Laude
Department of Political Science, Tel Aviv University
Major: Political Communication
Thesis: Agenda Setting and Civic Discourse - The Israeli Case
Supervisor: Prof. Gad Barzilai.
2006 Ph.D.,
Department of Communication, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation: Transparent Patriarchy and Editing in Journalist Text: A Case-study of
the Coverage of Sexual Violence in the Israeli Press
Supervisor: Prof. Dafna Lemish.
Academic Employment History:
2007- present 2009-present Faculty, Lecturer, School of Communication, Sapir College.
Research Associate, Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Brandeis University
2009 Scholar in Residence, Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Brandeis University.
2006-2007 Adjunct Faculty, School of Communication, Sapir College.
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Political Science, Tel Aviv University.
2003-2006 Adjunct Faculty, School of Communication, Sapir College.
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Communication, The Open University.
Other Employment History:
1998-2000 Haaretz Daily Newspaper, Vice head of the News Division.
1993-1998 Haaretz Daily Newspaper, Head of the News Desk.
1991-1992 Yediot Ahronot Daily Newspaper, News desk editor.
1989-1991 Haaretz Daily Newspaper, Reporter and news desk editor.
Professional Activities:
(a) Positions in academic administration

2007- present

Head, Program of Journalism, School of Communication, Sapir College.

2009-present

Member of the Teaching Committee, School of Communication, Sapir College.

2007-2008

Freshmen's Advisor, School of Communication, Sapir College.

 (b) Professional functions outside the College<br>

August, 2010

Participant, The Phenomenology of Faith, Summer workshop, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem. 

April 2010

Organizer, Journalism in the Digital Age Conference, Sapir College.

2009-present

Research Associate, Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Brandeis University.

2009-present

Co-founder and member, the Feminist Forum, Sapir College.

2008-2009

Member in the Program "Seder Nashim" for Judaism and gender, Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem.

2008-2009

Member in the Content Committee, The Eilat  Journalist Conference (Israeli National Journalist Conference)

Dec. 2008

Co-organizer, Sexual Harassment in Academic Instantiations conference, Bar Ilan University.   

2007-present

Board member and adviser for gender issues, KESHEV The Center for the Protection of Democracy in Israel.

2007-present

Academic advisor for communication issues, The Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel.

2009-present

Reviewer of doctoral proposals and final  dissertations for the Department of Communications, Ben-Gurion University and the Department of Political science, Tel Aviv University.

2009-present

Reviewer for the international scholarly journals Communication, Culture and Critique; Feminist Media Studies; Children and Media.

2009-present

Reviewer for the International Communication Association - Feminist Studies Division and Journalism Studies Division; the Israeli Communication Association.

(c) Membership in Academic Associations/ Organizations

From 2006 - International Communication Association

From 2008 - Association for Israel Studies

From 2009 - Association for Jewish Studies

From 2003 - Israel Association for Communication

From 2008 Israel Association for Feminist and Gender studies

From 2006 - The Israeli Federation of University Women

 

Farther Publications

(a) Articles Submitted for Publication in Scholarly Journals:

1. Hagar Lahav, "'Hard' news, 'soft' news and the gendered discourse of 'important' and 'interesting,'" Feminist Media studies.

2.  Hagar Lahav, "Postsecular Jewish feminist theology: What is it and what is it good for?" (NASIM)

3. Zvi Reich and Hagar Lahav, "Are reporters replaceable? A special book authors issue of a daily newspaper as a case study (Journalism)

 (b) Other Professional Monographs and Articles:

1. Hagar Lahav, "Gendered view of Israeli television coverage of 2006 Lebanon War," KESHEV Report. (December 2007) (Hebrew).

2.  Hagar Lahav, "Holding in thin air: Journalism in the Post-Modern condition," Eretz Acheret 45: 44-47 (May-June 2008) (Hebrew).

3.  Hagar Lahav, "Capsules of hope: On journalism education in Israel," A Special Issue for The 2nd Eilat Journalist Conference: 28-29 (November 2008), (Hebrew).

4. Hagar Lahav, "What do women do in journalism?" Velvet Underground: The Communication Industry Blog (December 5, 2008) (Hebrew).

(c) Book Review in Professional Journals

1.       Hagar Lahav, Judith Plaskow: The Coming of Lilith: Essays on Feminism, Judaism and Sexual Ethics, NASIM 12: 301-308. (Fall 2006).

 (e) Works in Progress:

1. God for Secular Women: Reclaiming the Notion of Higher-Power in Judaism as a Feminist Tool. A monograph.

Located in the field of postsecular critique, the study aims to inquire the possibility of using theological Jewish ideas as a political vehicle for the self-empowering of secular women. For this purpose, the study concentrates on applying perceptions of feminist ethnologists Luce Irigaray and Daphne Hampson to Judaism, focusing in particular on Hassidim and Psycho-Kabala mystical writings.

Scholarly Lectures and Presentations:

2010  The 2nd Israeli Conference for the Study of Contemporary Spiritualities, Haifa University

             "Secular faith as a feminist tool"

            Gender and Jewish Identity: An International Conference,

Hadassh-Brandeis Institute and Bar Ilan University  

"A feminist reading of public and academic discourse about religiosity and secularism among Israeli Jews"

The Israeli Democracy in Crisis Conference, Department of Political Science, Haifa University

"The borders of democracy in Israeli journalism"

2009 The 41st annual conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, LA.

             Spiritual but not religious: Gender ramifications of faith among secular Israeli Jews

Gender and Jewish thought Conference,  Hadassh-Brandeis Institute, Brandeis University

"New arenas for 'doing' Jewish feminist thought"

The 59th Annual Conference of the International Communication, Chicago

"'Hard' news, 'soft' news and the gendered discourse of 'important' and 'interesting'"

The 59th Annual Conference of the International Communication, Chicago 

"The giver of life and the griever of death: Women in the Israeli TV converge of the Second Lebanon War (2006)"

The 8th Annual Conference of Israeli Association of Language and Society, David Yalin College, Jerusalem

 Women in war The media representation (with Dalia Gavriely-Nury)

Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University

"The state of the Israeli journalism"

2008   The 58th Annual Conference of International Communication Association,   Montréal

 Womens Representation in the Israeli press during the Yom Kippur War (1973) (with Dalia Gavriely-Nury)

The 24th Annual Conference of the Association of Israel Studies, N.Y

"A Gendered View of Israeli Television Coverage of the 2006 Lebanon War"

The 24th Annual Conference of the Association of Israel Studies, NY

Womens Representation in the Israeli press during the Yom Kippur War (1973) (with Dalia Gavriely-Nury)

The 12th Annual Conference of the Israeli Association of Communication, Tel Aviv

"A Gendered View of Israeli Television Coverage of the 2006 Lebanon War"

The 12th Annual Conference of the Israeli Association of Communication, Tel Aviv

Womens Representation in the Israeli press during the Yom Kippur War (1973) (with Dalia Gavriely-Nury)

Netania Academic College, Netania, Women, Media and Conflict Symposium

"A Gendered View of Israeli Television Coverage of the 2006 Lebanon War"

National Security and Gender Conference, Bar Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Womens Representation in the Israeli press during the Yom Kippur War (1973) (with Dalia Gavriely-Nury and Nirit Topol)

2007       The Future of Newspapers Conference. The Center for Journalism Studies, Cardiff University, Wells

                Newspaper journalists as journalism lecturers in Israel

Discourse and Gender in Israel Conference, Bar Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

"Framing and Meta-framing in press coverage of sex violence

2006      The 10th Annual Conference Israeli Association of Communication,   Jerusalem

 The magic powder of feminist research

Religion, Gender and Society Conference, Bar Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

Between Irigarays divine woman and the psycho-Kabala's tikun halev

2005       Women and the Divine Conference

The Institute of Feminist Theory and Research, University of Liverpool

                "The ONE Gods unity and genderless divine in Judaism"

                The 5th Annual Conference of Kolech Religious Womens Forum, Jerusalem

                "The ONE Gods unity and genderless divine in Judaism"

2003                       The 8th Annual Conference of the Israeli Association of Communication, Ramat-Gan

"The civic discourse in the Israeli press headlines 1970-2000