Ph.D, Bar-Ilan University
Dr. Keynan received his Ph.D from the Graduate Program in Science, Technology, and Society (STS) at Bar-Ilan University in 2019. The doctoral dissertation examined how Israelis of Ethiopian descent used Facebook as part of their protests against police brutality. He has extensive research and teaching experience in Social Sciences, Israeli Studies and Digital Culture.
Research title: "Social Movements and Social Media: The Case of the Ethiopian Community Protest Movement, 2015-2016"
M.A degree, Tel-Aviv University
The Master’s Thesi is on the subject of online self-disclosure as a therapeutic release.
Keynan gave a lecture on the subject at a conference for graduate students of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and on IchoTec.
B.A degree, Tel-Aviv University
East Asian Studies and Sociology-Anthropology
Student union representative for 2 years.
Lecturer, Academic College of Tel Aviv Yafo
- Lecturer in the "Introduction to Sociology" first-year B.A course. Teaching the classes entailed giving a frontal lectures, advising on writing midterm papers and preparing the students for the final exams.
- Lecturer in the "Classical Sociological Theories" second-year B.A course. Teaching the classes entailed giving a frontal lectures and preparing the students for the final exams.
- Teaching Assistant in the "Introduction to Anthropology" first-year BA course. Teaching the classes entailed giving a frontal lectures, advising on writing midterm papers and preparing the students for the final exams.
Teaching Assistant, Tel Aviv University
- Teaching Assistant and Coordinator in the “Introduction to Anthropology” first-year class
B.A course for Professor Haim Hazan and Dr. Michal Kravel-Tovi. Taught five classes of 30 students each. A course for which I was named an outstanding lecturer from the rector of the University.
Leturer, The College of Management Academic Studies
- Lecturer in "Science, technology and society," third-year B.A course.
- Research Assistant for Dr. Michal Kravel-Tovi, Anthropologist and Faculty Member at Tel Aviv University, in a study which deals with American Jewry.
- Research Assistant for the late Professor Yochanan Peres.
Digital Research Forum
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, and Department of Communication