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Asher Suzin
Asher Suzin is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at
Haifa University. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem, a Master's degree in Political
Communication from Reichman University in Herzliya, and a Master's
degree in Political Science from Haifa University. He previously served as
a teaching fellow at Hadassah - Jerusalem Academic College and at David
Yellin College.
His main field of research is the ultra-Orthodox society in Israel and it
deals with the issues of civil society, new Ultra-Orthodoxism, and gender in
ultra-Orthodox society. To date, he published the following articles:
Descriptive representation, quotas and intersectionality: The case of Ultra-
Orthodox women in Israel, POLITIKA,  (Hebrew).
Ultra-Orthodox Women's Reaction to the "Society of Learners" Model as a
Motive among Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Feminists, Israel Studies.
Gender, ethnicity, and intersectionality: Mizrahi identity and the Ultra-
Orthodox feminist movement in Israel, Contemporary Jewry.

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