Prêmio Israel

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O Prêmio Israel (em hebraico: פרס ישראל) é um prêmio concedido pelo estado de Israel, reconhecido como seu prêmio de maior distinção. É apresentado anualmente no Dia da Independência de Israel, em uma cerimônia oficial em Jerusalém, na presença do presidente, primeiro-ministro, membros do Knesset (parlamento israelense) e do presidente da Suprema Corte. O prêmio foi estabelecido em 1953 por iniciativa do ministro da Educação de Israel Ben-Zion Dinur,[1] que recebeu o prêmio em 1958 e 1973.[2]


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Laureados[editar | editar código-fonte]

Year Name[3] Field Comments
1953 Alon, GedaliahGedaliah Alon Estudos judaicos Prêmio concedido postumamente, três anos após sua morte. Primeiro laureado com o prêmio para estudos judaicos.
1953 Hazaz, HaimHaim Hazaz Literatura One of first two recipients of the prize for literature.
1953 Cohen, YaacovYaacov Cohen Literatura Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1958.

One of first two recipients of the prize for literature.

1953 Feitelson, DinaDina Feitelson Educação First female recipient of the Israel Prize.

First recipient of the prize for education.

1953 Dvorzhetski, MarkMark Dvorzhetski social science First recipient of the prize for social science.
1953 Heilprin, LipmanBen Shlomo Lipman-Heilprin medical science First recipient of the prize for medicine or medical science.
1953 Ben-Zvi, Ze'evZeev Ben-Zvi sculpture First recipient of the prize for any of the fine arts.
1953 Amitsur, ShimshonShimshon Amitsur exact sciences One of the first two recipients of the prize for exact sciences.
1953 Levitzki, JacobJacob Levitzki exact sciences Family relationship: Father of recipient Alexander Levitzki (1990, life sciences).

One of the first two recipients of the prize for exact sciences.

1954 Segal, Moshe ZviMoshe Zvi Segal Jewish studies First rabbi to receive the Israel Prize.
1954 Bergmann, HugoSchmuel Hugo Bergmann humanities Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1974.

First recipient of the prize for the humanities.

1954 Shimoni, DavidDavid Shimoni Literatura
1954 Agnon, Shmuel YosefShmuel Yosef Agnon Literatura Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1958.
1954 Biram, ArthurArthur Biram Educação
1954 Tedeschi, GadGad Tedeschi jurisprudence First recipient of the prize for jurisprudence or law.
1954 Ollendorff, FranzFranz Ollendorff exact sciences
1954 Zohary, MichaelMichael Zohary life sciences First recipient of the prize for life sciences.
1954 Bodenheimer, Shimon FritzShimon Fritz Bodenheimer agriculture First recipient of the prize for agriculture.
1954 Pártos, ÖdönÖdön Pártos music First recipient of the prize for music.
1955 Urbach, EphraimEphraim Urbach Jewish studies
1955 Heinemann, IsaacIsaac Heinemann Jewish studies
1955 Shneur, ZalmanZalman Shneur Literatura
1955 Lamdan, YitzhakYitzhak Lamdan Literatura
1955 Fekete, MichaelMichael Fekete exact sciences
1955 Reichart, IsraelIsrael Reichart life sciences
1955 Ben-Tor, YaakovYaakov Ben-Tor life sciences
1955 Vroman, AkivaAkiva Vroman life sciences
1955 Shapira, BenjaminBenjamin Shapira medical science
1955 Hestrin-Lerner, SaraSara Hestrin-Lerner medical science Family relationship: Sister of recipient Shlomo Hestrin (1957, exact sciences).
1955 Hochberg, NetanelNetanel Hochberg agriculture
1955 Schatz, ZaharaZahara Schatz painting and sculpture
1956 Tur-Sinai, Naftali HerzNaftali Herz Tur-Sinai Jewish studies
1956 Yadin, YigaelYigael Yadin Jewish studies
1956 Abramsky, YehezkelYehezkel Abramsky Rabbinical literature First recipient of the prize for specifically Rabbinical literature.
1956 Shufman, GershonGershon Shufman Literatura
1956 Yalan-Shteklis, MiriamMiriam Yalan-Shteklis children's literature First recipient of the prize specifically for children's literature.
1956 Leibowitz, NechamaNechama Leibowitz Educação
1956 Talmon, YaakovYaakov Talmon social sciences
1956 Frankel, Avraham HaLeviAvraham HaLevi Frankel exact sciences
1956 Aschner, ManfredManfred Aschner life sciences
1956 Wertheimer, Haim ErnstHaim Ernst Wertheimer medicine
1956 Rovina, HannaHanna Rovina theatre First recipient of the prize for the theatre, acting or stage arts.
1957 Shirman, HaimHaim Shirman Jewish studies
1957 Levi, YohananYohanan Levi humanities Posthumously awarded Prize.
1957 Fichman, YaakovYaakov Fichman Literatura
1957 Grinberg, Uri ZviUri Zvi Grinberg Literatura
1957 Daykan, PaltielPaltiel Daykan jurisprudence
1957 Lehman, SiegfriedSiegfried Lehman Educação
1957 Hestrin, ShlomoShlomo Hestrin exact sciences Family relationship: Brother of recipient Sara Hestrin-Lerner (1955, medical science).
1957 Feingold, DavidDavid Feingold exact sciences
1957 Avigad, GadGad Avigad exact sciences
1957 Adler, SaulSaul Adler medicine
1957 Horowitz, ShmuelShmuel Horowitz agriculture
1957 Ben-Haim, PaulPaul Ben-Haim music
1957 Margolies, ReuveinReuvein Margolies Rabbinical literature
1957 Smoli, EliezerEliezer Smoli children's literature
1957 Karmi, DovDov Karmi architecture Family relationships: Father of recipients Ram Karmi (2002, architecture) and Ada Karmi-Melamede (2007, architecture). First recipient of the prize for architecture.
1958 Klausner, YosefYosef Klausner Jewish studies
1958 Dinur, Ben-ZionBen-Zion Dinur Jewish studies Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1973.
1958 Scholem, GershomGershom Scholem Jewish studies
1958 Kaufmann, YehezkelYehezkel Kaufmann Jewish studies
1958 Baer, YitzhakYitzhak Baer Jewish studies
1958 Herzog, Isaac HaLeviIsaac HaLevi Herzog Rabbinical literature
1958 Maimon, Yehuda LeibYehuda Leib Maimon Rabbinical literature
1958 HaLevy, Yosef ZviYosef Zvi HaLevy Rabbinical literature Family relationship: Grandfather of recipient Abraham Haim Halevy (2002, agriculture).
1958 Buber, MartinMartin Buber humanities
1958 Agnon, Shmuel YosefShmuel Yosef Agnon Literatura Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1954.
1958 Berkowitz, Isaac DovIsaac Dov Berkowitz Literatura
1958 Cohen, Ya'akovYa'akov Cohen Literatura Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1953.
1958 Aliyah, YouthYouth Aliyah Educação Organization - one of the first four organizations to receive the Prize.
1958 Katznelson-Shazar, RachelRachel Katznelson-Shazar social sciences
1958 Racah, GiulioYoel (Giulio) Racah exact sciences
1958 Reiner, MarcusMarcus Reiner exact sciences
1958 Picard, LeoLeo Picard life sciences
1958 Zondek, BernhardBernhard Zondek medicine
1958 Suskin, SeligSelig Suskin agriculture
1958 Bezalel Academy of Art and DesignBezalel Academy of Art and Design painting and sculpture Organization - one of the first four organizations to receive the Prize.
1958 Habima TheatreHabima Theatre theatre Organization - one of the first four organizations to receive the Prize.
1958 Israel Philharmonic OrchestraIsrael Philharmonic Orchestra music Organization - one of the first four organizations to receive the Prize.
1959 Zevin, Shlomo YosefShlomo Yosef Zevin Rabbinical literature
1959 Mayer, Leo AryehLeo Aryeh Mayer humanities
1959 Smilansky, YizharS. Yizhar (Yizhar Smilansky) Literatura
1959 Fleischer, EzraEzra Fleischer Literatura
1959 Katzir, EphraimEphraim Katchalski (Ephraim Katzir) life sciences Family relationship: Brother of recipient Aharon Katzir (1961, life sciences).
1959 Sela, MichaelMichael Sela life sciences
1959 Oppenheimer, HillelHillel (Heinz) Oppenheimer agriculture
1959 Zaritsky, JosephJoseph Zaritsky painting
1959 Bertonov, YehoshuaYehoshua Bertonov theatre Family relationship: Father of recipient Devorah Bertonov (1991, stage arts).
1960 Shalit, Abraham HaimAbraham Haim Shalit Jewish studies
1960 Arnon, AvrahamAvraham Arnon Educação
1960 Rosenne, ShabtaiShabtai Rosenne jurisprudence
1960 Meskin, AharonAharon Meskin theatre
1960 Michaelson, IsaacIsaac Michaelson medicine
1960 Sondheimer, FranzFranz Sondheimer exact sciences
1961 Goren, ShlomoShlomo Goren Rabbinical literature
1961 Kutscher, YechezkelYechezkel Kutscher humanities
1961 Burla, YehudaYehuda Burla Literatura
1961 Katzir, AharonAharon Katzir life sciences Family relationship: Brother of recipient Ephraim Katzir (1959, life sciences).
1961 Kedem, OraOra Kedem life sciences
1961 van der Hoeden, JacobJacob van der Hoeden agriculture
1961 Avidom, MenachemMenachem Avidom music
1962 Yelon, HanochHanoch Yelon Jewish studies
1962 Bentwich, JosephJoseph Bentwich Educação
1962 Kanav, YitzhakYitzhak Kanav social sciences
1962 Lev, Ze’evZe’ev Lev exact sciences
1962 Sliternik, ZviZvi Sliternik medicine
1962 Sharon, AriehArieh Sharon architecture
1963 Kasher, Menachem MendelMenachem Mendel Kasher Rabbinical literature
1963 Rotenstreich, NathanNathan Rotenstreich humanities
1963 Steinman, EliezerEliezer Steinman Literatura
1963 Fahn, AvrahamAvraham Fahn life sciences
1963 Ardon, MordechaiMordechai Ardon painting
1964 Ben-Haim, Ze'evZe'ev Ben-Haim Jewish studies
1964 Zilberg, MosheMoshe Zilberg jurisprudence
1964 Rachmilewitz, MosheMoshe Rachmilewitz medicine
1964 Margalit, MeirMeir Margalit theatre
1965 Zemach, ShlomoShlomo Zemach Literatura
1965 Dykman, ShlomoShlomo Dykman Literatura
1965 Frankenstein, KarlKarl Frankenstein Educação
1965 Israel Defence ForcesIsrael Defence Forces Educação Organization - the only organization to receive the Prize during the 1960s.
1965 Shuval, JudithJudith Shuval social sciences
1965 De-Shalit, AmosAmos de-Shalit exact sciences
1965 Talmi, IgalIgal Talmi exact sciences
1965 Stoller, ShmuelShmuel Stoller agriculture
1965 Seter, MordechaiMordechai Seter music
1966 Morag, ShlomoShlomo Morag Jewish studies
1966 Arieli, YitzhakYitzhak Arieli Rabbinical literature
1966 Polotsky, Hans JakobHans Jakob Polotsky humanities
1966 Bloch, Moshe RudolfMoshe Rudolf Bloch life sciences
1966 Mansfeld, AlfredAlfred Mansfeld architecture
1966 Gad, DoraDora Gad architecture
1967 Shlonsky, AvrahamAvraham Shlonsky Literatura
1967 Simon, ErnstErnst Simon Educação
1967 Akzin, BenjaminBenjamin Akzin jurisprudence
1967 Olitzki, Aryeh LeoAryeh Leo Olitzki medicine
1967 Janco, MarcelMarcel Janco painting
1968 Hedaya, OvadiaOvadia Hedaya Rabbinical literature
1968 Epstein, Moshe YechielMoshe Yechiel Epstein Rabbinical literature [4]
1968 Yeivin, ShmuelShmuel Yeivin Jewish studies
1968 Mazar, BenjaminBenjamin Mazar Jewish studies
1968 Sadan, DovDov Sadan Jewish studies
1968 Samborsky, ShmuelShmuel Samborsky humanities
1968 Pines, ShlomoShlomo Pines humanities
1968 Hameiri, AvigdorAvigdor Hameiri Literatura
1968 Alterman, NatanNatan Alterman Literatura
1968 Berman, YaakovYaakov Berman Educação
1968 Dushkin, AlexanderAlexander Dushkin Educação
1968 Persitz, ShoshanaShoshana Persitz Educação
1968 Horowitz, DavidDavid Horowitz social sciences
1968 Agranat, ShimonShimon Agranat jurisprudence
1968 Goldberg, EmanuelEmanuel Goldberg exact sciences
1968 Bergmann, Ernst DavidErnst David Bergmann life sciences
1968 Sheba, ChaimChaim Sheba medicine
1968 Openheimer, HananHanan Openheimer agriculture
1968 Danziger, YitzhakYitzhak Danziger sculpture
1968 Milo, YosefYosef Milo theatre
1968 Kraus, GertrudGertrud Kraus dance First recipient of the prize specifically for dance.
1968 Idelson, BenjaminBenjamin Idelson architecture
1969 Qafih, YosefYosef Qafih (Kapach) Jewish studies Family relationship: Husband of recipient Bracha Qafih (1999, special contribution to society and the State). The first husband and wife to have both received the Israel Prize (followed by Elihu Katz [1989] and Ruth Katz [2012]).
1969 Prawer, JoshuaJoshua Prawer humanities
1969 Lipson, SchneorSchneor Lipson life sciences
1969 Finkel, ShimonShimon Finkel theatre
1969 Ne'eman, YuvalYuval Ne'eman exact sciences Returned the Prize in 1992.
1970 Yosef, OvadiaOvadia Yosef Rabbinical literature
1970 Kovner, AbbaAbba Kovner Literatura
1970 Goldberg, LeahLeah Goldberg Literatura
1970 Patinkin, DonDon Patinkin social sciences
1970 Tal, JosefJosef Tal music
1970 De Vries, AndreAndre De Vries medicine
1971 Lieberman, SaulSaul Lieberman Jewish studies
1971 Ormian, HaimHaim Ormian Educação
1971 Tseltner, ZeevZeev Tseltner jurisprudence
1971 Arnon, ItzhakItzhak Arnon agriculture
1971 Aroch, ArieArie Aroch painting
1972 Ayalon, DavidDavid Ayalon humanities
1972 Bat-Miriam, YochevedYocheved Bat-Miriam Literatura
1972 Ginzburg, DavidDavid Ginzburg exact sciences
1972 Sachs, LeoLeo Sachs life sciences
1972 Rechter, Ya'acovYa'acov Rechter architecture
1972 Herzfeld, AvrahamAvraham Herzfeld special contribution to society and the State First recipient of the Prize for "special contribution to society".
1973 Even-Shmuel, YehudaYehuda Even-Shmuel Jewish studies
1973 Yad Harav HerzogYad Harav Herzog Rabbinical literature Organization. Awarded in respect of Complete Israeli Talmud Institute project.
1973 Krook-Gilead, DorotheaDorothea Krook-Gilead humanities
1973 Shapira, Shalom YosefShalom Yosef Shapira ("Shin Shalom") Literatura
1973 Dinur, Ben-ZionBen-Zion Dinur Educação Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1958.
1973 Eisenstadt, ShmuelShmuel Noah Eisenstadt social sciences
1973 Dvoretzky, AryehAryeh Dvoretzky exact sciences
1973 Mendelssohn, Heinrich Mendelssohn (zoologist)Heinrich Mendelssohn life sciences
1973 Stein, RichardRichard Stein medicine
1973 Halperin, HaimHaim Halperin agriculture
1973 Rubin, ReuvenReuven Rubin painting
1973 Maron, HannaHanna Maron theatre
1973 Levi-Tanai, SaraSara Levi-Tanai dance
1973 Elhanani, AryehAryeh Elhanani architecture
1973 Rosen, PinchasPinchas Rosen jurisprudence
1973 Avigur, ShaulShaul Avigur special contribution to society and the State
1973 Yad VashemYad Vashem, Holocaust Martyrs' Remembrance Authority special contribution to society and the State Organization. Prize awarded for the Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities (Pinkas HaKehillot) project. Yad Vashem also awarded the Israel Prize in 2003.
1974 Abramson, ShragaShraga Abramson Jewish studies
1974 Levine, Raphael DavidRaphael David Levine exact sciences
1974 Berenblum, IsaacIsaac Berenblum life sciences
1974 Admon, YedidiaYedidia Admon music
1974 Bergmann, HugoSchmuel Hugo Bergmann special contribution to society and the State Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1954.
1974 Aluf, YehoshuaYehoshua Aluf Sportsspecial contribution to society and the State in sports First recipient of the prize who was a sportsperson.
1975 Halkin, ShimonShimon Halkin Literatura
1975 Simon, AriehArieh Simon Educação
1975 Zussman, YoelYoel Zussman jurisprudence
1975 Barak, AharonAharon Barak jurisprudence
1975 Bernstein-Cohen, MiriamMiriam Bernstein-Cohen theatre
1975 Meir, GoldaGolda Meir special contribution to society and the State
1975 Kagan, HelenaHelena Kagan special contribution to society and the State in community service
1976 Waldenberg, EliezerEliezer Waldenberg Rabbinical literature
1976 Rom, JosefJosef Rom technology and engineering First recipient of the prize for engineering or technology.
1976 Baer, GabrielGabriel Baer Arabic linguistics One of the first two recipients of the prize for Arabic linguistics.
1976 Mani, EzraEzra Mani Arabic linguistics One of the first two recipients of the prize for Arabic linguistics.
1976 Kirschenbaum, MotiMordechai (Moti) Kirschenbaum radio, television and cinema
1976 Holzberg, SimchaSimcha Holzberg special contribution to society and the State
1976 Korine, EzraEzra Korine special contribution to society and the State
1976 Guber, RivkaRivka Guber special contribution to society and the State
1976 Maimon, YakovYakov Maimon special contribution to society and the State
1977 Mahler, RaphaelRaphael Mahler history of the Jewish people
1977 Stern, MenahemMenahem Stern history of the Jewish people
1977 Avigad, NahmanNahman Avigad Land of Israel studies First recipient of the prize for the study or knowledge of the "Land of Israel".
1977 Amiran, DavidDavid Amiran geography First recipient of the prize specifically for geography.
1977 Avitzur, ShmuelShmuel Avitzur cultural research
1977 Avidov, ZviZvi Avidov agriculture
1977 Ephrat, JacobJacob Ephrat agriculture
1977 Cohen, ElishevaElisheva Cohen design One of first two recipients of the prize specifically for design.
1977 Fischer, YonaYona Fischer design One of first two recipients of the prize specifically for design.
1977 Karavan, DaniDani Karavan sculpture
1977 Levit, EstherEsther Levit special contribution to work
1977 Yaakov, AvrahamAvraham Yaakov special contribution to work
1977 Klier, AvrahamAvraham Klier special contribution to industry
1978 Gutman, NachumNachum Gutman children's literature
1978 Amir, Anda PinkerfeldAnda Pinkerfeld Amir children's literature
1978 Kipnis, LevinLevin Kipnis children's literature
1978 Even-Shoshan, AvrahamAvraham Even-Shoshan Língua hebraica
1978 Rozen, HaimHaim Baruch Rozen linguistics First recipient of the prize specifically for linguistics.
1978 Guttman, LouisLouis (Eliyahu) Guttman social sciences
1978 Saltz, Nathan J.Nathan J. Saltz medicine
1978 Bertini, GaryGary Bertini music
1978 Ben-Zvi, Rachel YanaitRachel Yanait Ben-Zvi special contribution to society and the State
1978 Neria, Moshe ZviMoshe Zvi Neria special contribution to society and the State
1979 Tishbi, IsaiahIsaiah Tishbi Jewish studies
1979 Elon, MenachemMenachem Elon Hebrew law
1979 Ben-Yehuda, BaruchBaruch Ben-Yehuda Educação
1979 Etzion, Yitzchak Raphael HaleviYitzchak Raphael Halevi Etzion Educação
1979 Lindner, YokhananYokhanan (Hans) Lindner natural sciences
1979 Porat, OrnaOrna Porat theatre
1979 Klatchkin, RaphaelRaphael Klatchkin theatre
1979 Brody, TalTal Brody Sportsspecial contribution to society and the State in sports
1979 Yekutieli, YosefYosef Yekutieli Sportsspecial contribution to society and the State in sports
1980 Flusser, DavidDavid Flusser history of the Jewish people
1980 Katz, JacobJacob Katz history of the Jewish people
1980 Cohn, HaimHaim Cohn jurisprudence
1980 Pekeris, Chaim LeibChaim Leib Pekeris physics First recipient of the prize specifically for physics.
1980 Litbinovsky, PinchasPinchas Litbinovsky painting
1980 Ticho, AnnaAnna Ticho painting
1980 Bergner, YoslYosl Bergner painting
1980 Yad LaBanimYad LaBanim (in Petah Tikva) special contribution to society and the State in the activity of perpetuating the memory of Israel's (fallen) sons (and daughters) Organization. Award also noted its founder Baruch Oren.
1980 Oren, BaruchBaruch Oren special contribution to society and the State in the activity of perpetuating the memory of Israel's (fallen) sons (and daughters) Noted in the award to Yad LaBanim (in Petah Tikva).
1980 Society for the Protection of Nature in IsraelSociety for the Protection of Nature in Israel special contribution to society and the State for the environment Organization. Award also noted Amotz Zahavi, Azaria Alon and Yoav Sagi.
1980 Zahavi, AmotzAmotz Zahavi special contribution to society and the State for the environment Noted in the award to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.
1980 Alon, AzariaAzaria Alon[5] special contribution to society and the State for the environment Noted in the award to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.
1980 Sagi, YoavYoav Sagi special contribution to society and the State for the environment Noted in the award to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.
1981 Sofer, AbrahamAbraham Sofer (Shrieber) Rabbinical literature
1981 Lindenstrauss, JoramJoram Lindenstrauss mathematics One of first two recipients of the prize specifically for mathematics.
1981 Piatetski-Shapiro, IlyaIlya Piatetski-Shapiro mathematics One of first two recipients of the prize specifically for mathematics.
1981 Kister, Meir JacobMeir Jacob Kister Arabic linguistics and Middle Eastern studies
1981 Kadman, GuritGurit Kadman culture of dance
1981 Degania AlefKvutza Degania Alef special contribution to society and the State in social Organization
1981 Freier, RechaRecha Freier special contribution to society and the State in the service of well-being, community and youth
1982 Jortner, JoshuaJoshua Jortner chemistry First recipient to receive the prize specifically for chemistry.
1982 Benvenisti, DavidDavid Benvenisti acquisition of knowledge and love of the Land of Israel
1982 Vilnay, ZevZev Vilnay acquisition of knowledge and love of the Land of Israel
1982 Gilboa, AmirAmir Gilboa Hebrew poetry
1982 Amichai, YehudaYehuda Amichai Hebrew poetry
1982 Bachi, RobertoRoberto Bachi demographics Only recipients to date of the prize for demographics.
1982 Yaski, AvrahamAvraham Yaski architecture
1982 Amiran, RuthRuth Amiran Land of Israel studies
1982 Gvati, HaimHaim Gvati special contribution to society and the State in work and industry
1983 Friedlander, SaulSaul Friedländer history One of first two recipients of the prize specifically for history.
1983 Saltman, AronAron Saltman history One of first two recipients of the prize specifically for history.
1983 Appelfeld, AharonAharon Appelfeld Literatura
1983 Shemer, NaomiNaomi Shemer Hebrew song (lyrics and melody)
1983 Wilensky, MosheMoshe Wilensky Hebrew song (melody)
1983 Hefer, HaimHaim Hefer Hebrew song (lyrics)
1983 Warhaftig, ZerachZerach Warhaftig special contribution to society and the State for the advancement of Hebrew law
1984 Avidar-Tchernovitz, YemimaYemima Avidar-Tchernovitz children's literature
1984 Jammer, MaxMoshe (Max) Jammer history of science
1984 Bondi, AronAron (Alfred) Bondi agriculture
1984 Ravikovitch, ShlomoShlomo Ravikovitch agriculture
1984 Rodansky, ShmuelShmuel Rodansky theatre
1984 NahalNahal - Noar Halutzi Lohem (Fighting Pioneer Youth) special contribution to society and the State Organization
1984 Development Towns in Israel projectDevelopment Towns in Israel project special contribution to society and the State Organization
1985 Sutzkever, AbrahamAbraham Sutzkever Literatura iídiche Only recipient to date of the prize specifically for Yiddish literature.
1985 Blau, JoshuaJoshua Blau Linguística e Língua hebraica
1985 Neufeld, HenryHenry E. Neufeld medicine
1985 Padeh, BaruchBaruch Padeh medicine
1985 Yad Yitzhak Ben-ZviYad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi Middle Eastern Jewish literature Organization
1985 Israel Television in ArabicIsrael Television in Arabic special contribution to society and the State Organization
1986 Avrech, YeshayahuYeshayahu Avrech opinion journalism
1986 Rosenfeld, ShalomShalom Rosenfeld opinion journalism
1986 Evenari, MichaelMichael Evenari lifework in desert studies
1986 De Malach, YoelYoel De Malach lifework in desert studies
1986 Ulpan AkivaUlpan Akiva lifework in Educação Organization. Prize awarded jointly with Shulamith Katznelson.
1986 Katznelson, ShulamithShulamith Katznelson lifework in Educação Jointly awarded with Ulpan Akiva.
1986 HaKfar HaYarokHaKfar HaYarok lifework in Educação Organization. Prize awarded jointly with Gershon Zak
1986 Zak, GershonGershon Zak lifework in Educação Jointly awarded with HaKfar HaYarok
1986 Lichansky, BatyaBatya Lichansky lifework in sculpture (Land of Israel)
1986 Shemi, YechielYechiel Shemi lifework in sculpture (Land of Israel)
1986 Sayid, YonaYona Sayid lifework for hard work
1986 Khatukai, EldinEldin Khatukai lifework for hard work
1987 Bein, AlexAlex Bein Zionist historiography Only recipient to date of the prize specifically for Zionist historiography.
1987 Melamed, Ezra ZionEzra Zion Melamed Biblical interpretation and Rabbinical literature
1987 Yaari, MenahemMenahem Yaari economics First recipient of the prize for economics.
1987 Harari, OvadiaOvadia Harari engineering and technology
1987 Zohar, MiriamMiriam Zohar acting
1987 Koenig, LeaLea Koenig acting
1987 Khoury, MakramMakram Khoury acting First Israeli Arab recipient of the prize
1988 Goshen-Gottstein, MosheMoshe Goshen-Gottstein Jewish studies
1988 Steinsaltz, AdinAdin Steinsaltz Jewish studies
1988 Goldblum, NatanNatan Goldblum life sciences
1988 Gouri, HaimHaim Gouri Hebrew poetry
1988 Shamir, MosheMoshe Shamir Hebrew literature
1988 Argov, SashaSacha (Alexander) Argov Hebrew song
1988 Damari, ShoshanaShoshana Damari Hebrew song
1988 Eliav, ArieArie "Lova" Eliav special contribution to society and the State
1988 Hecht, ReubenReuben Hecht special contribution to society and the State
1988 Kollek, TeddyTeddy Kollek special contribution to society and the State
1989 Werses, ShmuelShmuel Werses Hebrew literature
1989 Yeivin, IsraelIsrael Yeivin study of the Língua hebraica
1989 Harari, HaimHaim Harari exact sciences
1989 Aharonov, YakirYakir Aharonov exact sciences
1989 Katz, ElihuElihu Katz social sciences His wife, Ruth Katz, received the Israel Prize in musicology in 2012.
1989 Wingate InstituteWingate Institute sports Organization. One of first two recipient of the prize specifically for sports.
1989 Froman, IanIan Froman sports One of first two recipient of the prize specifically for sports.
1989 Hazan, Ya'akovYa'akov Hazan special contribution to society and the State
1989 Rothschild, Bethsabee deBethsabée de Rothschild special contribution to society and the State
1989 Israel Exploration SocietyIsrael Exploration Society special contribution to society and the State Organization
1990 Weiss, MeirMeir Weiss Jewish studies
1990 Spiegel, NathanNathan Spiegel humanities
1990 Yavetz, ZviZvi Yavetz humanities
1990 Altbauer, MosheMoshe Altbauer humanities
1990 Prywes, MosheMoshe Prywes life sciences
1990 Wilchek, MeirMeir Wilchek life sciences
1990 Levitzki, AlexanderAlexander Levitzki life sciences Family relationship: Son of recipient Jacob Levitski (1953, exact sciences).
1990 Streichman, YehezkelYehezkel Streichman painting
1990 Tarif, AminAmin Tarif special contribution to society and the State
1990 Weitz, RaananRaanan Weitz special contribution to society and the State
1990 Polack, IsraelIsrael Polack special contribution to society and the State
1991 Beinart, HaimHaim Beinart Jewish studies
1991 Feinbrun-Dothan, NaomiNaomi Feinbrun-Dothan Land of Israel studies
1991 Landau, MosheMoshe Landau law
1991 Friedmann, DanielDaniel Friedmann law
1991 Helpman, ElhananElhanan Helpman economics
1991 Agmon, ShmuelShmuel Agmon exact sciences
1991 Frohman, DovDov Frohman exact sciences
1991 Bertonov, DevorahDevorah Bertonov stage arts Family relationship: Daughter of recipient Yehoshua Bertonov (1959, theatre).
1991 Yadin, YossiYossi Yadin stage arts
1991 Ben-Porat, MiriamMiriam Ben-Porat special contribution to society and the State
1991 Wertheimer, StefStef Wertheimer special contribution to society and the State
1991 Yeshivat HesderYeshivat Hesder special contribution to society and the State Organization
1991 Mehta, ZubinZubin Mehta special prize awarded to non-Israeli Special award in recognition of Mehta's devotion to Israel and to the IPO.
1992 Yisraeli, ShaulShaul Yisraeli Jewish studies
1992 Kiel, YehudaYehuda Kiel Jewish studies
1992 Sperber, DanielDaniel Sperber Jewish studies
1992 Lissak, MosheMoshe Lissak social sciences
1992 Navon, DavidDavid Navon social sciences
1992 Feuerstein, ReuvenReuven Feuerstein social sciences
1992 Erlich, DavidDavid Erlich social sciences
1992 Wahl, YitzhakYitzhak Wahl life sciences
1992 Habibi, EmileEmile Habibi Arabic literature First recipient of the prize for Arabic literature.
1992 Yeshurun, AvothAvoth Yeshurun Hebrew poetry
1993 Miron, DanDan Miron Hebrew Literature
1993 Shaked, GershonGershon Shaked Hebrew literature
1993 Bar-Asher, MosheMoshe Bar-Asher Língua hebraica and Jewish languages
1993 Goldenberg, GideonGideon Goldenberg Língua hebraica and general linguistics
1993 Arieli, YehoshuaYehoshua Arieli history
1993 Lazarus-Yafeh, HavaHava Lazarus-Yafeh history
1993 Confinoy, MichaelMichael Confino history
1993 Harkabi, YehoshafatYehoshafat Harkabi political science First recipient of the prize specifically for political science.
1993 Furstenberg, HillelHillel Furstenberg exact sciences
1993 Alexander, ShlomoShlomo Alexander exact sciences
1993 Ziv, JacobJacob Ziv exact sciences
1993 Loevy, RamRam Loevy communications, radio and television
1993 Farka, YaacovYaacov Farkas (“Ze’ev”) communications, journalism
1994 Greenberg, MosheMoshe Greenberg Bible One of the first two recipients to receive the prize for Biblical studies.
1994 Weinfeld, MosheMoshe Weinfeld Bible One of the first two recipients to receive the prize for Biblical studies.
1994 Dimitrovsky, Haim ZalmanHaim Zalman Dimitrovsky Talmud
1994 Schweid, EliezerEliezer Schweid Jewish thought
1994 Feller, Shneur ZalmanShneur Zalman Feller law
1994 Aumann, Robert AumannRobert John (Israel) Aumann economics
1994 Bruno, MichaelMichael Bruno economics
1994 Hershko, AvramAvram Hershko biochemistry One of the first two recipients to receive the prize specifically for biochemistry.
1994 Sharon, NathanNathan Sharon biochemistry Family relationship: Brother of recipient Shmuel Shtrikman (2001, physics). One of the first two recipients to receive the prize specifically for biochemistry.
1994 Swirski, EliahuEliahu Swirski agriculture
1994 Avenary, HanochHanoch Avenary music
1994 Orland, YaakovYaakov Orland Hebrew song
1994 Shapira, ArieArie Shapira composition
1994 Yad SarahYad Sarah special contribution to society and the State Organization
1994 Neot KedumimNeot Kedumim special contribution to society and the State Organization. Prize awarded jointly with Noga HaReuveni.
1994 HaReuveni, NogaNoga HaReuveni special contribution to society and the State Jointly awarded with the staff of Neot Kedumim.
1995 Epstein, ClaireClaire Epstein archaeology First recipient of the prize for archaeology.
1995 Nir, DovDov Nir geography
1995 Funkenstein, AmosAmos Funkenstein Jewish history
1995 Amir, YehudaYehuda Amir psychology First recipient of the prize specifically for psychology.
1995 Shapira, RinaRina Shapira Educação
1995 Dostrovsky, IsraelIsrael Dostrovsky exact sciences
1995 Rabin, Michael O.Michael O. Rabin computer sciences First recipient of the prize for computer sciences.
1995 Zach, NathanNathan Zach Hebrew poetry
1995 Yehoshua, AvrahamA. B. Yehoshua (Avraham B. Yehoshua) Hebrew literature
1995 Nikel, LeaLea Nikel painting
1995 Kadishman, MenasheMenashe Kadishman sculpture
1995 Resnick, DavidDavid Resnick architecture
1995 Ben-Aharon, YitzhakYitzhak Ben-Aharon special contribution to society and the State
1995 Sereni, AdaAda Sereni special contribution to society and the State
1996 Ratzaby, YehudaYehuda Ratzaby Jewish languages
1996 Shmeruk, ChoneChone Shmeruk Jewish languages
1996 Sandbank, ShimonShimon Sandbank translation de literatura e poemass para o Hebrew First recipient of the prize specifically for translation.
1996 Avineri, ShlomoShlomo Avineri political science
1996 Barash, MosheMoshe Barash history of art First recipient of the prize specifically for history of art.
1996 Piamenta, MosheMoshe Piamenta Middle Eastern studies
1996 Sternberg, MeirMeir Sternberg Literatura geral
1996 Chet, IlanIlan Chet agriculture
1996 Stein, YehezkelYehezkel Stein medicine
1996 Aloni, NissimNissim Aloni stage arts - dramatics
1996 Efrati, MosheMoshe Efrati stage arts - dance
1996 Navon, ArieArie Navon stage arts - theatrical scenery
1996 Dubois, Marcel-JacquesMarcel-Jacques Dubois special contribution to society and the State
1996 Shamgar, MeirMeir Shamgar special contribution to society and the State
1997 Sussmann, YaakovYaakov Sussmann Talmudic studies
1997 Dan, JosephJoseph Dan Jewish thought
1997 Talmon, ShemaryahuShemaryahu Talmon Biblical studies
1997 Bacharach, YehoshuaYehoshua Bacharach Rabbinical literature
1997 HaLevi, Hayim DavidHayim David HaLevi Rabbinical literature
1997 Englard, IzhakIzhak Englard law
1997 Zamir, YitzhakYitzhak Zamir law
1997 Orgad, Ben-ZionBen-Zion Orgad music
1997 Ehrlich, AbelAbel Ehrlich music
1997 Hajdu, AndreAndré Hajdu music
1997 Yavin, HaimHaim Yavin communications One of the first two recipients of the prize for communications.
1997 Rubinger, DavidDavid Rubinger communications One of the first two recipients of the prize for communications.
1997 Galil, UziaUzia Galil special contribution to society and the State
1997 Tal, IsraelIsrael Tal special contribution to society and the State
1997 Firer, Avraham ElimelechAvraham Elimelech Firer special contribution to society and the State
1998 Bauer, YehudaYehuda Bauer history of the Jewish people
1998 Gil, MosheMoshe Gil Land of Israel
1998 Dothan, TrudeTrude Dothan archaeology
1998 Rosenfeld, YonaYona Rosenfeld social work
1998 Levy, AryeArye Levy Educação
1998 Marx, EmanuelEmanuel Marx sociology
1998 Birk, YehuditYehudit Birk agriculture
1998 Rahamimov, RamRam Rahamimov medical science
1998 Shelah, SaharonSaharon Shelah mathematics
1998 Shechtman, DanDan Shechtman physics
1998 Ravikovitch, DahliaDahlia Ravikovitch original poetry
1998 Oz, AmosAmos Oz Literatura
1998 Tsur, DanDan Tsur arquitetura Jointly awarded with Lippa Yahalon.
1998 Yahalon, LippaLippa Yahalon arquitetura Jointly awarded with Dan Tsur.
1998 Reisinger, DanDan Reisinger design
1998 Levy-Agron, HassiaHassia Levy-Agron stage arts
1998 Arnon, YehuditYehudit Arnon stage arts
1998 Banai, YossiYossi Banai stage arts
1998 Yarkoni, YafaYafa Yarkoni Hebrew song
1998 Manor, EhudEhud Manor Hebrew song
1998 Stern-Katan, SaraSara Stern-Katan special contribution to society and the State
1998 Hillel, ShlomoShlomo Hillel special contribution to society and the State
1998 Yisraeli, HaimHaim Yisraeli special contribution to society and the State
1999 Idel, MosheMoshe Idel Jewish thought
1999 Mirski, AaronAaron Mirski Hebrew literature
1999 Kaddari, Menahem ZeviMenahem Zevi Kaddari Língua hebraica
1999 Banitt, MenachemMenachem Banitt Jewish languages
1999 Breuer, MordechaiMordechai Breuer original Rabbinical literature
1999 Steinberg, AvrahamAvraham Steinberg original Rabbinical literature
1999 Yardeni, MyriamMyriam Yardeni general history
1999 Moreh, ShmuelShmuel Moreh Middle Eastern studies
1999 Narkiss, BezalelBezalel Narkiss history of art
1999 Ben-Arieh, YehoshuaYehoshua Ben-Arieh geography
1999 Shachar, ArieArie Shachar geography
1999 Revel, MichelMichel Revel medicine
1999 Cohen, YigalYigal Cohen agriculture
1999 Cedar, HowardHaim (Howard) Cedar biology First recipient to receive the prize specifically for biology.
1999 Golan, MenahemMenahem Golan cinema One of the first two recipients of the prize for cinema.
1999 Perlov, DavidDavid Perlov cinema One of the first two recipients of the prize for cinema.
1999 Rozin, YehoshuaYehoshua Rozin sports
1999 Roth-Shahamorov, EstherEsther Roth-Shahamorov sports
1999 Bergman, RebeccaRebecca Bergman special contribution to society and the State
1999 Weinberg, JeshajahuJeshajahu Weinberg special contribution to society and the State
1999 Qafih, BrachaBracha Qafih (Kapach) special contribution to society and the State Family relationship: Wife of recipient Yosef Qafih (1969, Jewish studies). The only husband and wife to have both received the Israel Prize.
2000 Haran, MenahemMenahem Haran Biblical studies
2000 Goldberg, AvrahamAvraham Goldberg Talmudic studies
2000 Frenkel, YonahYonah Frenkel Talmudic studies
2000 Daleski, Hillel M.Hillel M. Daleski Estudo de literatura
2000 Fisch, HarelHarel Fisch Estudo de literatura
2000 Tsarfati, Gad Ben AmiGad Ben Ami Tsarfati linguistics
2000 Shaked, ShaulShaul Shaked linguistics
2000 Yovel, YirmiyahuYirmiyahu Yovel philosophy
2000 Kasher, AsaAsa Kasher philosophy
2000 Mechoulam, RaphaelRaphael Mechoulam chemistry
2000 Zinger, YosefYosef Zinger engineering and technology
2000 Pnueli, AmirAmir Pnueli computer sciences
2000 Kahana-Carmon, AmaliaAmalia Kahana-Carmon original Hebrew literature
2000 Wieseltier, MeirMeir Wieseltier Literatura e poetry
2000 Kupferman, MosheMoshe Kupferman painting
2000 Gross, MichaelMichael Gross painting and sculpture
2000 Bar-Am, MichaMicha Bar-Am photography
2000 Aloni, ShulamitShulamit Aloni lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2000 Karol, AryehAryeh Karol lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2000 Hagashash HachiverHagashash Hachiver lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Members comprise Gavriel (Gavri) Banai, Yeshayahu (Shaike) Levi and Yisrael (Poli) Poliakov.
2000 Banai, GavrielGavriel (Gavri) Banai lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Awarded as a member of Hagashash Hachiver.
2000 Levi, YeshayahuYeshayahu (Shaike) Levi lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Awarded as a member of Hagashash Hachiver.
2000 Poliakov, YisraelYisrael (Poli) Poliakov lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Awarded as a member of Hagashash Hachiver.
2001 Ravitzky, AviezerAviezer Ravitzky Jewish thought
2001 Salomon, GavrielGavriel Salomon Educação
2001 Rand, Ya'akovYa'akov Rand Educação
2001 Yisrael, Ruth BenRuth Ben Yisrael law
2001 Weissman, YehoshuaYehoshua Weissman law
2001 Elyakim, MarcelMarcel Elyakim medicine
2001 Arnon, RuthRuth Arnon medicine
2001 Ramon, BerachaBeracha Ramon medicine
2001 Imry, YosephYoseph Imry physics
2001 Shtrikman, ShmuelShmuel Shtrikman physics Family relationship: Brother of recipient Nathan Sharon (1994, biochemistry).
2001 Avni, ZviZvi Avni music
2001 Braun, YehezkelYehezkel Braun music
2001 Shmueli, HerzlHerzl Shmueli music
2001 Hagai, BaruchBaruch Hagai sports
2001 Eban, AbbaAbba Eban lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2001 Porat, Mordechai BenMordechai Ben Porat lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2001 Shamir, YitzhakYitzhak Shamir lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2002 Koriat, AsherAsher Koriat psychology
2002 Barur, MosheMoshe Barur geography
2002 Harel, MenasheMenashe Harel knowledge of the Land of Israel
2002 Safrai, ShmuelShmuel Safrai knowledge of the Land of Israel
2002 Biran, AvrahamAvraham Biran archaeology
2002 Frenkel, Jacob A.Jacob A. Frenkel economics
2002 Rubinstein, ArielAriel Rubinstein economics
2002 Halevy, Abraham HaimAbraham Haim Halevy agriculture Family relationship: Grandson of recipient Yosef Zvi HaLevy (1958, Rabbinical literature).
2002 Willner, ItamarItamar Willner chemistry
2002 Yonath, AdaAda Yonath chemistry
2002 Karmi, RamRam Karmi architecture Family relationships: Son of recipient Dov Karmi (1957, architecture) and brother of recipient Ada Karmi-Melamede (2007, architecture).
2002 Tartakover, DavidDavid Tartakover design
2002 Yudovsky, DovDov Yudovsky media
2002 Rakover, NahumNahum Rakover Jewish thought
2002 Hurvitz, EliEli Hurvitz lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2002 Kishon, EphraimEphraim Kishon lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2002 Fund, Jewish NationalJewish National Fund lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2003 Ta-Shma, IsraelIsrael Ta-Shma Talmud studies
2003 Grossman, AvrahamAvraham Grossman Jewish history
2003 Shahar, ShulamitShulamit Shahar general history
2003 Manheim, BilhaBilha Manheim sociology
2003 Liebman, Charles S.Charles S. (Yehoshayahu) Liebman government studies
2003 Amir, MenahemMenahem Amir criminology One of the first two recipients of the prize for criminology.
2003 Shoham, Shlomo GioraShlomo Giora Shoham criminology One of the first two recipients of the prize for criminology.
2003 Ciechanover, AaronAaron Ciechanover biology
2003 Libai, AvinoamAvinoam Libai engineering
2003 Avraham, Zvi BenZvi Ben Avraham Earth sciences
2003 Yosef, Yosef BarYosef Bar Yosef theatre
2003 Harifai, ZahariraZaharira Harifai theatre
2003 Hendel, YehuditYehudit Hendel Literatura
2003 Megged, AharonAharon Megged Literatura
2003 Amir, AharonAharon Amir translation
2003 Cohen, GeulaGeula Cohen lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2003 Amit, MeirMeir Amit lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2003 Yad Vashem AuthorityYad Vashem, Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization. Also awarded the Israel Prize in 1973, for the Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities (Pinkas HaKehillot) project.
2004 Yefet, SarahSarah Yefet Biblical studies
2004 Brinker, MenahemMenahem Brinker Literatura
2004 Noy, DovDov Noy Literatura
2004 Doron, AvrahamAvraham Doron social work
2004 Amishay-Meislish, ZivaZiva Amishay-Meislish history of art
2004 Razin, AharonAharon Razin biochemistry
2004 Bernstein, JosephJoseph Bernstein mathematics
2004 Harel, DavidDavid Harel computer sciences
2004 Samuel-Cohen, EstherEsther Samuel-Cohen statistics
2004 Tumarkin, YigalYigal Tumarkin sculpture
2004 Almagor-Agmon, GilaGila Almagor-Agmon cinema
2004 Aldema, GilGil Aldema Hebrew song
2004 Gaon, YehoramYehoram Gaon Hebrew song
2004 Grossman, Yitzchak DovidYitzchak Dovid Grossman lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2004 Leer, Lia vanLia van Leer lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2004 Schnitzer, MosheMoshe Schnitzer lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2005 Sharpstein, Ben-AmiBen-Ami Sharpstein philosophy
2005 Erez, MiriamMiriam Erez management
2005 Dror, YehezkelYehezkel Dror management
2005 Dotan, AharonAharon Dotan Língua hebraica and linguistics
2005 Kapeliuk, OlgaOlga Kapeliuk linguistics
2005 Landau, Ya'akovYa'akov Landau Middle Eastern studies
2005 Somekh, SassonSasson Somekh Middle Eastern studies
2005 Zeitzov, RenaRena Zeitzov medicine
2005 Feldman, ShaulShaul Feldman medicine
2005 Bekenstein, JacobJacob Bekenstein physics
2005 Livak, AlexAlex Livak photography
2005 Naharin, OhadOhad Naharin dance
2005 Orpaz-Auerbach, YitzhakYitzhak Orpaz-Auerbach Literatura
2005 Pinkas, IsraelIsrael Pinkas poetry
2005 Teveth, ShabtaiShabtai Teveth lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2005 Lau, Yisrael MeirYisrael Meir Lau lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2005 Cameri TheatreCameri Theatre lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2006 Blidstein, Ya'akovYa'akov Blidstein Jewish philosophy
2006 Adler, HaimHaim Adler Educação
2006 Ben-Peretz, MiriamMiriam Ben-Peretz Educação
2006 Lapidot, RuthRuth Lapidot law
2006 Rubinstein, AmnonAmnon Rubinstein law
2006 Keidar, NahumNahum Keidar agriculture
2006 Rappoport, ZviZvi Rappoport chemistry
2006 Salzman, PninaPnina Salzman music
2006 Rodan, MendiMendi Rodan music
2006 Hodorov, Ya'akovYa'akov Hodorov sports
2006 Klein, RalphRalph Klein sports
2006 Omer, DvoraDvora Omer lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2006 Schwimmer, AlAl Schwimmer lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2006 Israeli Andalusian OrchestraIsraeli Andalusian Orchestra lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2007 Efrat, ElishaElisha Efrat geography
2007 Cohen, AmnonAmnon Cohen knowledge of the Land of Israel
2007 Schwartz, Shalom H.Shalom H. Schwartz psychology
2007 Liviatan, NissanNissan Liviatan economics
2007 Selinger, ZviZvi Selinger biology
2007 Hashin, ZviZvi Hashin engineering
2007 Yaar, YaacovYaacov Yaar architecture
2007 Karmi-Melamede, AdaAda Karmi-Melamede architecture Family relationships: Daughter of recipient Dov Karmi (1957, architecture) and sister of recipient Ram Karmi (2002, architecture).
2007 Vardimon, YaromYarom Vardimon design
2007 Barnea, NahumNahum Barnea communications
2007 Responsa ProjectThe Responsa Project (Project Hashut) Rabbinical literature Organization
2007 American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeAmerican Jewish Joint Distribution Committee lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2007 Gevatron, GevatronThe Gevatron lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2007 Lautman, DovDov Lautman lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2007 Shalvi, AliceAlice Shalvi lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2008 Halivni, David WeissDavid Weiss Halivni Talmudic studies
2008 Shapira, AnitaAnita Shapira history
2008 Isaac, BenjaminBenjamin Isaac history
2008 Samoocha, SamiSami Samoocha sociology
2008 Sternhell, ZeevZeev Sternhell political science
2008 Oren, MosheMoshe Oren biochemistry
2008 Alon, NogaNoga Alon mathematics
2008 Shamir, AdiAdi Shamir computer sciences
2008 Gan, Pinchas CohenPinchas Cohen Gan painting
2008 Yerushalmi, ReneRene Yerushalmi theatre
2008 Nativ, NissanNissan Nativ theatre Posthumous receipt of Prize.[6]
2008 Fink, IdaIda Fink Literatura
2008 Ruebner, TuvyaTuvya Ruebner Hebrew poetry
2008 Mirsky, NiliNili Mirsky Hebrew translation
2008 Jewish AgencyJewish Agency lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2008 Manufacturers Association of IsraelManufacturers Association of Israel lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2008 Youth Movements CouncilYouth Movements Council lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2008 Ezer MizionEzer Mizion lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2008 PerachPerach lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State organization
2008 Women's International Zionist Organization (WIZO)Women's International Zionist Organization (WIZO) lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization. Joint award to three Israeli women's organization, WIZO, Na'amat and Emunah.
2008 Na'amat, Na'amat lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization. Joint award to three Israeli women's organization, WIZO, Na'amat and Emunah.
2008 Emunah (National Religious Women's Movement)Emunah (National Religious Women's Movement) lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization. Joint award to three Israeli women's organization, WIZO, Na'amat and Emunah.
2009 Tov, EmanuelEmanuel Tov Biblical studies
2009 Levin, IsraelIsrael Levin Literatura
2009 Tsur, ReuvenReuven Tsur Literatura
2009 Solomon, ZahavaZahava Solomon social work
2009 Rotenberg, MordechaiMordechai Rotenberg social work
2009 Mazar, AmihaiAmihai Mazar archaeology
2009 Laron, ZviZvi Laron medicine
2009 Procaccia, ItamarItamar Procaccia physics
2009 Ullman, MichaMicha Ullman sculpture
2009 Neeman, YehudaYehuda (Judd) Neeman cinema
2009 Heiman, NachumNachum (Nahtche) Heiman Hebrew song
2009 Seltzer, DovDov Seltzer Hebrew song
2009 Israel Democracy InstituteIsrael Democracy Institute lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2009 Rasnic, RuthRuth Rasnic lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2009 Shani, MordechaiMordechai Shani lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2010 Margalit, AvishaiAvishai Margalit philosophy
2010 Bartov, HanochHanoch Bartov Literatura
2010 Sivan, AryehAryeh Sivan poetry
2010 Tal, AbrahamAbraham Tal Hebrew linguistics
2010 Levin, AryeArye Levin general linguistics
2010 Adad, MosheMoshe Adad criminology
2010 Aharoni, YairYair Aharoni administrative science
2010 Nitzan, AbrahamAbraham Nitzan chemistry
2010 Kolodny, YehoshuaYehoshua Kolodny earth sciences
2010 Gressel, JonathanJonathan Gressel agriculture
2010 Mirom, PeterPeter Mirom photography
2010 Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and TheaterSuzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater dance Organization
2010 Yadlin, AharonAharon Yadlin lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2010 Cohen, YardenaYardena Cohen lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2010 Mansour, KamalKamal Mansour lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2010 ILANILAN - Israel Foundation for Handicapped Children lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State Organization
2011 Schwarz, MichaelMichael Schwarz Jewish thought
2011 Shiloh, YosefYosef Shiloh life sciences
2011 Gavison, RuthRuth Gavison legal research
2011 Pnina, KleinPnina Klein Educação
2011 Harari, DavidDavid Harari engineering
2011 Dorchin, Ya'acovYa'acov Dorchin visual arts
2011 Sheriff, NoamNoam Sheriff music
2011 Mizrahi, ShimomShimon Mizrahi sports
2011 Gurevitch, HuldaHulda Gurevitch lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2011 Elaluf, EliEli Elaluf lifetime achievement & special contribution to society and the State
2012 Bentin, ShlomoShlomo Bentin psychology
2012 Milstein, DavidDavid Milstein Chemistry and Physics
2012 rukman, HaimHaim Drukman[7] Educação
2012 Benjamini, YoavYoav Benjamini statistics

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  1. Marom, Daniel. The Role of Jewish Studies Scholars in Early Zionist Education Mandel Foundation. Visitado em 2008-02-17.
  2. Ben-Zion Dinur: Knesset website
  3. http://www.education.gov.il/pras-israel/list4.htm
  4. See Osrov-Henzin (Hasidic dynasty)
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  6. "Nissan Nativ dead at 86: Prominent Israeli theater persona found dead in Tel Aviv apartment, just weeks before accepting Israel Prize", Ynet, 2008-04-20. Página visitada em 2008-05-07.
  7. Ben Gedalyahu, Tzvi (March 7, 2012). Rabbi Druckman to Receive Israel Prize. Visitado em March 7, 2012. Cópia arquivada em March 7, 2012. "Leading nationalist religious Rabbi Chaim Druckman will receive the Israel Prize for his contributions to society and education, Education Minister Gideon Saar announced Wednesday."