When can cell tissue be called human? – study

A human, which is referred to as a natural person, is someone born of a womb under the law. Will this soon change?

Yael Eckstein, JPOST’s Humanitarian Award recipient, is a hero of the Jewish people - Opinion

An example of one person making a big difference.


Tel Aviv University advances holistic program for boosting the Humanities

'The community of the Faculty of Humanities is committed to continuing its in-depth research and scholarship and works to instill humanistic values in various target audiences'.

What are you afraid of? Understanding the history of fears and phobias

The range of phobias is extensive. From acrophobia (fear of heights) to zoophobia (fear of animals), it might be safe to say “You name it, someone is afraid of it.”


Tel Aviv University launches International graduate School of Social Sciences

New school will boost the impact of Tel Aviv University, the social sciences, and the state of Israel in a range of areas critical to human welfare.

THE EMET PRIZE was envisioned as being the Israeli equivalent of the Nobel and, in fact, most Israel

Meet the winners of Israel's 2022 EMET Prize

Six EMET Prize winners – Profs. Amnon Rubinstein, Ruth Lapidoth, Hermona Soreq, Rafael Malach, Oded Lipschits and Gideon Shelach-Lavi – received the ‘Israeli Nobel’ for their academic achievements.


Making history: the achievements of Zionism studied in the UAE

 Book by Israeli Islam researchers published in Abu Dhabi.

Educators awarded NIS 120,000 in new prize for humanities teachers

Nechama Weingarten Mintz, Dr. Gadi Prodowski and Ziv Shaham are the first recipients of the new award for distinguished teachers in the field of humanities.

The BA degree for tomorrow’s leaders is available today!

“combining liberal arts and management along with the types of skills you acquire in each domain will develop people who can contribute meaningfully to society, both in the workplace and general."

A handaxe from the Achelean layers at Wonderwerk, South Africa. In the background is the cave entran

Israeli scholars find millions-year-old human traces in ‘Miracle’ Cave

“We can now say with confidence that our human ancestors were making simple Oldowan stone tools inside the Wonderwerk Cave 1.8 million years ago."

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