Eline Rosenhart


Eline Rosenhart is the academic coordinator of the Dayan Center's Annual TAU Workshop on Israel and the Middle East. The TAU Workshop is an intensive 12-day academic workshop and travel program that focuses on the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and on contemporary issues related to Israel, the Palestinian territories and the broader Middle East.

Eline was also a research assistant for the Dayan Center's Textbook Survey Project. This project surveys textbooks that are used to teach about the Arab-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian conflict in English-taught college and university programs. The project resulted in two working papers, titled A Critical Survey of Textbooks on the Arab-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and The Arab-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Textbooks on the Modern Middle East: A Critical Survey.

Eline has completed her M.A in the Department of Middle Eastern and African History at Tel Aviv University. Her thesis research focused on North Africa, Chad-Sudan relations, tribal politics and the Darfur conflict. She is currently working on an independent research project related to her thesis. She commentates on current events in Sudan, Chad and the Central African Republic and has lived in the region. In 2019 she presented a paper at the Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) on the April 2019 revolution in Sudan. She is also the author of two historical fiction books in Dutch.