Alissa Symon

PhD Scholar


Alissa Symon is a Woolf Institute Scholarship awardee undertaking her PhD at the University of Oxford. Her thesis examines the political relationship between Israel and American Jews. Her research interests focus on issues connected to the homeland-diaspora paradigm, transnational political activism, religious studies and interfaith relations.


Hargreaves J., Kessler E., Izamoje D. and Symon A., 2020. 'How We Get Along: The Diversity Study of England and Wales.' Woolf Institute.

Symon A. and Patir Y., 2020. 'A Big Tent or a Divided Community?' in: Peacemism, What Happened to the Israeli Peace Camp, Aruch O. (Editor)


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Co- host - Binging Religion

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