Dr. Maha Sabah
Maha Karkabi-Sabbah is currently a post-doctor fellow at Ben-Gurion University and has recently finished her post-doctoral fellowship at Tel Aviv University, and at the Center for Gender Studies, SOAS, University of London. She is also an associate researcher at The Center for Research and Study of the Family- University of Haifa. Her current works concentrate on family, gender, inequality, and Palestinian Society in Israel. She is the author of a number of articles on these themes in journals such as the Studies in Family Planning, Israeli Sociology (in Hebrew). She has received several awards and grants for her research, among them the Post-doctoral Scholar Award of The Israel Science Foundation (ISF) and The Council for Higher Education in Israel (VTAT). Recently, she received Truman Researcher Grant- The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, for her study: Ethno-mixed marriages in a divided society: The case of Palestinian women married to Jewish men in Israel, and research grant of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space for her research: Socio-Economic Changes and Divorce in Developing Societies: The Case of the Palestinians- Arabs in Israel.