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Tel Aviv University

EINAT PELED, PhD January, 2016

CURRICULUM VITAE
A. EDUCATION


Dates

Institute

Subject

Degree & Date





1985-1988

Haifa University

Social Work

B.A., 1988

With Distinction



1988-1989

Haifa University

Social Work

M.A., 1990

Cum Laude



1989-1993

University of Minnesota, MN, USA

Social Work

Ph.D., 1993

Master’s thesis: Living in the shadow of violence: Why and how battered women stay?


Supervisor Prof. Zvi Eisikovits

Doctoral dissertation The experience of living with violence for pre-adolescent witnesses of woman battering.


Supervisor: Prof. Jeffrey L. Edleson

B. FURTHER STUDIES - NA
C. ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Dates

Institute

Department

Position/Rank





1987-1989

University of Haifa


Center for Youth Policy Research & SSW

Research & Teaching Assistant

1991-1992

Domestic Abuse Project of Minneapolis


Therapy Unit

Group Facilitator

1989-1993

Domestic Abuse Project of Minneapolis


Evaluation & Research Unit

Research Associate

1992-1993

University of Minnesota


School of Social Work

Instructor


1993-1999

Tel Aviv University


School of Social Work

Lecturer


1999 to 2003

Tel Aviv University


School of Social Work

Chair, BA Teaching Committee

1999 to 2009

Tel Aviv University

School of Social Work


Senior Lecturer


2001 to 2003

Tel Aviv University


School of Social Work

Head, BA program

2003-2004

University of Victoria,

BC, Canada


School of Social Work

Visiting scholar

2005 to 2008

Tel Aviv University


School of Social Work

Head, Women and Gender Track, MSW program

2007 to present

Women's Spirit - Financial Independence for Women Victims of Violence (NGO)


Board of Directors

Chair

2009 to present

Tel Aviv University


School of Social Work

Associate Professor

2010 to 2014

Tel Aviv University


School of Social Work

Head, PhD program

2014 to present

Tel Aviv University


School of Social Work

Head, BA program


Editorial board membership


1995-2000

Violence against women:


Sage Publications

Editorial Board Member

2001 to 2013

Qualitative Social Work


Sage Publications

Executive Board Member

2010 to present

Society and Welfare (Hebrew)


The Association for the Promotion of Social Work, Israel

Editorial Board Member

2015 to present

Journal of Human Trafficking


Routledge

Editorial Board Member

2015 to present

Social Service Review


University of Chicago Press

External Review Board

Member



  1. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

Peled, E., & Eisikovits, Z. (October, 1988). Intimacy in the shadow of violence: Why do they stay? Paper presented at the Fifth Conference of the Israeli Association for Family and Marital Therapy, Jerusalem, Israel.


Edleson, J.L. & Peled, E. (July, 1992). Intended and unintended processes and outcomes of groupwork with children of battered women: Qualitative evaluation results. A paper presented at the First International Conference on Intervention with Children of Battered Women, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Peled, E. (March, 1995). Helping them to get away from the violence: Intervention with and for children of battered women and battering men. A paper presented at the International study group on The Future of Intervention With Battered Women and Their Families, Haifa, Israel. (Invited participant)
Peled, E. (1995, July). Children of battering men: Living in conflict of loyalties and emotions. A paper presented at the 4th International Family Violence Research Conference, New Hampshire.
Peled, E., & Edleson, J. L. (June, 1996). Predicting children's domestic violence service participation and completion. A paper presented at the 2nd National Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence, Austin, Texas. (Invited speaker)
Peled, E. (1996, June). Supporting the parenting of battering men: Issues and dilemmas. A paper presented at the 2nd National Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence, Austin, Texas. (Invited speaker)

Peled, E., Eisikovits, Z., & Enosh, G. (1997, August). Practicing What we Preach: Empowerment and Choice for Battered Women Who Stay. A Paper presented at the World Congress on Violence and Human Coexistence, Dublin, Ireland.

Peled, E. (1997, June). The Israeli response to children exposed to domestic violence: No policy, some awareness and little program development. A paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence. London, Ontario. (Invited speaker)
Peled, E., & Morag, T. (1998, October). The relationship between legislation and child welfare policy: The Israeli response to children exposed to domestic violence as a case in point. A paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence. San Diego. (Invited speaker)
Peled, E. (1999, February). Ethically sound research on children’s exposure to domestic violence: A proposal. A paper presented in the Asilomar Study Group on Children and Intimate Violence, February 22-24, Pacific Grove, California.(Invited participant)
Spiro, E.S., Peled, E. & Dekel, R. (2000, July). The structure and correlates of client satisfaction: An evaluation of a shelter for runaway and homeless youth. A paper presented at the Evaluation for Practice International Conference, Huddersfield, UK.
Peled, E., & Dekel, R. (2000, November). The complex relationship between the private mother and the general mother in shelters for battered women. A paper presented at PYRGOS International Conference on Violence in the Family, Nicosia, Cyprus

Peled, E. (2001, July). Ethically sound research on children’s exposure to domestic violence. Paper presented at the 7th International Family Violence Research Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Peled, E. (2000, May). Empowering battered women who choose to stay. A paper presented in the conference "Common Threads": Susan Glapell's Trifles and the interactions of arts, law, and society in addressing violence against women, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv.

Leichtentritt, R. & Peled E. (2002, June). Learning Qualitative Research: Students Conversion Experience. A paper presented at the 2002 International Human Science Research Conference: Inciting Dialogue at the Edges of Human Science Research. Victoria, BC.

Peled, E. & Perel, G. (2003, August). Strengthening the parenting of abused women and abusive men: A systematic development of group intervention models. A paper presented at the Seventh International Child and Youth Care Conference: Promise into Practice. Victoria, BC.


Peled, E., Liechtentritt, R. D. & Gur, A. (May, 2005). Affinity, authority and exploitation: A reflexive examination of the multiple power relationships in a study of street prostitution. A paper presented in the 1st International Conference on Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois.



Perel, G., & Peled E. (July 2005). Rounding the triangle: Promoting facilitators' attentiveness to the relationship between a structured group model and group processes. A paper presented at The National Conference of the Israeli Association for Group Therapy, Tel Aviv.

Peled, E. & Perel, G. (July, 2006). Mothering in the shadow of violence: An outcome evaluation of a semi-structured group intervention. A paper presented at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Peled, E. (October, 2006). Experiencing mothering and violence: The shuttering of an ideal and the re-affirmation of self-identity. A Paper presented at the 10th Anniversary Conference of The Association for Research on Mothering, Toronto, Canada.
Nave, E. & Peled, E. (October, 2006). The experience of incarcerated mothers. A Paper presented at the 10th Anniversary Conference of The Association for Research on Mothering, Toronto, Canada.

Peled, E. (July, 2007). Experiencing mothering and violence: The shuttering of an ideal and the re-affirmation of self-identity. A paper presented at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.


Davidson-Arad, B., Peled, E., & Leichtentritt, R.D. (July, 2007). How social workers portray the parents of children they decided to remove from home in court petition documents? A paper presented at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Peled, E., Parker, A., Katzav, R. & Davies, N. (February, 2008). The qualitative web: Ethics, methodology and ideology in prostitution research. The third Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel
Peled, E., & Savaya, R. (May, 2008). External review as a battlefield in the science wars. The Fourth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois.

Peled, E. (May, 2009). Reflections on the search for a "just" feminist social work: Narrative of violence against women. The fifth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois.

Peled, E., Lugasi R., Gur Y., Bronfman E., Levin-Rotberg T., & Zuabi E. (June, 2010). Social workers' encounters with prostitution: Towards a construction of helpful practice. A panel presented at the 17th Israeli Social Workers' Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Peled, E. (June, 2010). Theoretical constructions of mothering and prostitution. A paper presented at the conference on Prostitution and mothering: Dilemmas. Tel Aviv, Israel. (Invited speaker)


Peled, E. & Levin, L. (June, 2010). Social workers and prostitution: Findings from an Israeli study of attitudes and interventions. A poster presented at The Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development. Hong Kong.
Peled, E. (October, 2010). Abused women who abuse their children. A paper presented at the International Study Group on Controversial Issues in Understanding and Intervening in Partner Violence. Haifa, Israel. (Invited speaker)
Peled, E. (February, 2011). Theoretical constructions of mothering and prostitution: Three dialogues. A paper presented at the International Conference on Mothering and Motherhood in the 21st Century: Research and Activism. Lisbon, Portugal.
Peled, E. (May, 2011). Theoretical constructions of mothering and prostitution: Three dialogues. A paper presented at the International Conference on Violence Against Women, Montreal, Canada.
Peled, E. (June, 2011). Abused women who abuse their children. A paper presented at Kaleidoscope of Child Maltreatment - International Conference, Haifa, Israel.

Peled, E. (February, 2012). The role of qualitative methods in the development of intervention models. A paper presented at the Fifth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel.

Blat, D., & & Peled, E. (February, 2012). Invisible: Auto-ethnography of mother-daughter incest – Three conversations. A session presented at the Fifth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel.
Peled, E. (May, 2012). Feminist dilemmas in the study of the subjective experience of violent men. The Eighth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois.
Peled, E., & Parker, A. (2012, July). The mothering experience of sex trafficked women: Between here and there. Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: Action and Impact, Stockholm, Sweden.
Peled, E. (March, 2013). Perceptions of social workers regarding prostitution and women in prostitution. On choice and power: A critical discussion of the sex industry in Israel, Jerusalem, Israel. (Invited speaker)
Levin Fraiman, Y., & Peled, E. (May, 2013). Parenting trouble: New fatherhood conceptualizations. A New Motherhood? Evolving Policies, Practices and Families. New York.
Peled, E., & Levin-Rotberg, T. (May, 2013). Mothering in prostitution: Professional narratives and gendered ethics. A New Motherhood? Evolving Policies, Practices and Families. New York.
Peled, E. (February, 2014). The boundaries of qualitative research. A panel presented at the Fifth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel. (Invited organizer and chair)
Peled, E., & Sinai Glazer, H. (May, 2014). The perception of motherhood among family workers in social services departments. Mothers, Mothering and Motherhood from ancient to contemporary times. Athens, Greece.

Peled, E., Tal-Hadar, R., Shtark, M., & Levi-Dvori, I. (November, 2014). Perspectives of men on sex for money – A round table. The 18th Israeli National Social Work Conference. Tel Aviv, Israel.

Peled, E. (April, 2015). Developing agency in the margins of the motherhood myth: A call for social work researchers. The Fifth European Conference for Social Work Research: Re-visioning social work with individuals, collectives and communities: Social work research. Ljublijana, Slovenia.
Amitay, L., & Peled E. (February, 2016). How young women at the intersection of distressful situations use language to describe sexual use of the body as a means to get things. A paper presented at the Sixth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel
Birger, L. & Peled, E. (February, 2016). "You are Israel and I am an unknown man": Methodological challenges in a study on gender and sexuality among Arethrean men in Israel. A paper presented at the Sixth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel
Gavriel Fried, B. & Peled, E. (February 2016). "A woman addicted to gambling- It's not what you think": The construction of normative identity among women with a gambling problem. A paper presented at the Sixth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel.
Levi-Drori, I. & Peled, E. Parenting, disability and sexuality: Parents' perceptions of the sexuality of their adult cognitively disabled children. (February, 2016). A paper presented at the Sixth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel
Tangir, K. & Peled, E. (February, 2016). The construction of maternal identity among non-residential mothers in Israel. A paper presented at the Sixth Israeli Interdisciplinary Conference for Qualitative Methods. Beer Sheva, Israel.

Lachover, E. & Peled, E. (February, 2016). Israeli girls and their body: A critical literature review. The First Israeli Conference of Gender Studies Programs, Ramat Gan, Israel.


E. ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL AWARDS


Year

Institute

Event/Occasion





1986

The Chair of the Education Committee, The Knesset.

Honor for outstanding academic performance.


1987

School of Social Work, University of Haifa

Pulkes Award for outstanding performance and achievements in the social and academic domains

1989

Kidma Project, Israel.


The Annual Research Scholarship of Kidma Project for the Advancement and Involvement of Women

1992

University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship

1994

The Israeli Council for Higher Education.

The Alon Scholarship for promising young researchers

2002

The Rector and the Center for the Advancement of Teaching

Tel Aviv University


The Rector’s Prize for Outstanding Teaching



RESEARCH GRANTS


Year

Institute

Research topic and budget





2000

Ashalim – JDC, Israel

“Supporting the parenting of battering men and battered women” – research grant ($ 116,100 for 4 years)

2000

JDC, Israel

“An evaluation of a project designed to prevent domestic violence through the workplace” – Tel Aviv-Los Angeles Partnership ($ 25,000 for 2 years). Together with Dr. Bilha Davidson-Arad

2003

The Shapell Fund, Israel

Faculty Research Support Fund ($5,000)

2012

Sara Peleg Foundation, Israel

Writing support grant (9,000 Shekels)

2014

Sara Peleg Foundation, Israel

Writing support grant (10,500 Shekels)

2015

Elem Israel


"An evaluation of a harm-reduction and treatment program for commercially exploited youth" (200,000 Shekels for 2 years). Together with Dr. Guy Shilo


F. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
האגודה הישראלית ללימודים פמיניסטיים ולחקר המגדר (משנת 2001) *

* העמותה לחקר האדם הרב-ממדי (איגוד החוקרים האיכותניים) (משנת 2006)

* איגוד העובדים הסוציאליים
* The Association for Research on Mothering, Toronto, Canada (from 2002)

* European Social Work Research Association (ESWRA) (from 2015)


G. STUDENTS SUPERVISED BY CANDIDATE
Post Doctoral Students

Years

Name of student
Title of Thesis
Additional supervisor
Academic Institution

2012-2014

Keren Gueta

The experience and identity of mothers of women abused by their partner

N/A

Tel Aviv University


Doctoral Students

Year

Name of student
Title of Thesis
Additional supervisor
Academic Institution

2005


Cigal Knei Paz

What constitutes successful interventions with families in extreme distress? Clients' and social workers' perceptions

N/A

Tel Aviv University

2006


Michal Komem

Seeking and receiving help among runaway adolescent girls

N/A


(same)

2007


Efrat Nave

Mothering from a distance: The experience of mothers in prison

N/A


(same)

2011

Raoda Sarsur

The fathering experience of Arab Israeli Men

N/A

(same)

2013

Amit Muzicant

Home visits: An institutional ethnography

N/A

(same)

2014

Mesele Mengsteab

A phenomenological exploration of the lived experience of victims of trafficking and street prostitution

N/A

Addis Ababa University

In Process


Kopel Eliezer

The meaning of home for men

N/A

Tel Aviv University

In Process

Ariel Cohen-Arkin

Identity discourses of gay fathers through surrogacy

Dr. Guy Shilo

(same)




In Process

Orit Yaar

The experience of mothers of adult daughters with psychosis

N/A

(same)

In Process

Yaron Gal

The relationships between sexual exploitation, violence and inner-community coercion, and mental and physical health among gay men

Dr. Guy Shilo

(same)


M.A. Students

Year

Name of student
Title of Thesis
Additional supervisor
Academic Institution

1995

Pnina Pecker

A different kind of social work practice: Professional change processes among social workers participating in the “Yachdav” program


Prof. Shimon Spiro

Tel Aviv University, Bob Shapell School of Social Work

1997

Ya’ala Levavi

The experience of incest for adult women: A phenomenological study

N/A

(same)

1997

Michal Salomon

The meaning of voluntary work for female volunteers in a hotline for battered women

N/A

(same)

1998

Eliezer Peled

The meaning of exemption from army service due to psychological reasons for young people raised on kibbutz

N/A

(same)

1998

Pirchia Frost

An evaluation of a group program for battering men

N/A

(same)

2000


Ayelet Cohavi- Samselik

Runaway girls

N/A

(same)

2002

Ahuva Gubani

“Hurdle Racing”: Locating and recruiting participants for a study on the influence of incest upon siblings.


Dr. Riky Finzi

(same)

2002

Ilana Sacks

The self perception of women living with alcoholic partners

N/A

(same)

2003

Guy Perel

The experience of parenthood among men who are abusive towards their partners

N/A

(same)


2004

Nili Sander-Almoznino

Motherhood in the face of violence: Being a mother to a daughter suffering from spousal abuse

N/A

(same)

2004

Anat Gur

The experience of prostitution among women who worked as street prostitutes in Israel

N/A

(same)

2005

Amit Muzicant

The meaning of home for runaway girls

N/A

(same)




2005

Inbal Barak-Gil


To create a world without violence: Motherhood perception of women suffering from violence of their spouses

N/A

(same)

2006

Ahlam Arda

The experience of Arab women who were abused and subsequently abused their children.

N/A

(same)

2007

Sabina Chaham

The experience of immigrant battered women

N/A

(same)

2008

Ayelet Parker

The mothering experience of women sold for the sex industry

N/A

(same)

2009

Rachel Katzav

The experience of homeless, drug addicted young women

N/A

(same)

2009

Noam Katz

The fathering identity of men addicted to drugs

N/A

(same)

2009

Michal Yaron

The mothering identity of girls from Ethiopian origin

N/A


(same)

2009

Iman Yassin

The perception of maternal identity among Arab teenage girls in Israel

N/A

(same)

2010

Nufar Glassman

The mothering identity of mothers to children in a day-long childcare facility

N/A

(same)

2010

Reut Lugasi

Perceptions of prostitution and prostitutes among social workers who work with girls in distress

N/A

(same)

2011

Tal Levin-Rotberg

Attitudes of youth law welfare officers about motherhood in prostitution

N/A

(same)

2011

Yael Gur

Perceptions of female social workers with respect to prostitution and women in prostitution

N/A

(same)

2011

Einav Bronfman

The perceptions held by Israeli young men on prostitution

N/A

(same)


2011

Dodi Blatt

Invisible: Mother-daughter incest

N/A

(same)

2011

Yaara Levine Fraiman

The making of paternal identity among adolescent boys

Prof. Ariela Friedman

(same)

2011

Inas Zuabi

Attitudes of Arab female social workers about prostitution and women in prostitution

N/A

(same)

2012

Hagit Sinai-Glazer

Motherhood perceptions among social workers who work with families in welfare departments

N/A

(same)




2013

Marina Shtark

The perceptions of prostitution held by men who immigrated from the former Soviet Union

N/A

(same)

2014

Shira Leffel

Gender aspects of African asylum seeking women’s decision-making process for their unauthorized migration to Israel


N/A

(same)

2015

Jess Gibly

Staff members’ perceptions of the value of gender-specific programming in Israel for girls in distress

N/A

(same)

2015

Inbal Levy Dvory

The sexuality of people with developmental disabilities and its expression through buying sex: Parents' perceptions.

N/A

(same)

2015

Rachel Tal Hadar

Johns' perceptions of sex for pay in dialogue with their masculine identity

N/A

(same)

2015

Lior Birger

Perceptions of Eritrean male asylum seekers regarding gender roles, marriage and sexuality in the context of immigration

N/A

(same)

2015

Maya Lipshes

The construction of maternal identity by female clients of welfare departments

N/A

(same)

2015

Lior Amitay

The perceptions of adolescent girls in intersectional positions on using the body sexually as means to receive things


N/A

(same)

2015

Rotem Ben Joya

The perceptions of Israeli prostitution clients regarding prostitution and prostitution policy

N/A

(same)

In process

Alex Kusner

How youngsters in prostitution perceive their needs, the existing services and desired services

N/A

(same)

In process

Shir Sabach

The experience of women in "sugar daddy" relationships

N/A

(same)

In process

Inbal Solomon

The life stories of adults who grew up with a mother in prostitution

N/A

(same)

In process

Ortal Srur

The experiences of women existing prostitution

N/A

(same)

In process

Adaya Liberman

Mothering identity of mothers to children placed in boarding schools

N/A

(same)

In process


Shiran Peleg

The Experience of agency & resistance for women in prostitution

N/A

(same)

In process

Ayelet Prior

The experience of paying for sex as part of tourism for Israeli men

N/A

(same)




In process

Mor Cohen

Perceptions of prostitution of transgender women in prostitution

N/A

(same)

In process

Bianca Ambrosio

How women in prostitution perceive their clients and men in general

N/A

(same)





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