Rami Adut

External Researcher

Dr. Rami Adut is a lecturer at the Netanya Academic College, as well as a post-doctoral fellow and researcher at Ben-Gurion University. His research deals with the relations between private and public medicine, issues of inequality in service provision, and topics of status and ethnic identity in Israeli society.

Dr. Adut studied at the Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students at Tel Aviv University. He holds a master’s degree from the Cohen Institute for the History and Philosophy of Sciences and Ideas. His thesis advisor was Prof. Sara Helman at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. His PhD dissertation examined the “working-self image” among Mizrahim and Arabs of the second generation since the establishment of the State and their mobility route to the Israeli middle class.

Dr. Adut has taken an active part for many years in advocacy and research in civil society focusing on the right to healthcare for migrant workers and asylum seekers, as well as the public health system, center-periphery relations, and relations between private and public medicine.