Faculty members are dedicatedly interested in various research areas that include national identity, democracy education, social movements, social research and policies, demographic studies, empowerment, and psychological coping. Other research activities include violence against children, documentation of demolished villages in historic Palestine, Palestinian heritage and folklore,  land degradation and desertification,   water and environment pollution, natural resources management, regional and urban planning,  the Palestinian national movements, the Zionist movement, comparative literature and linguistics, and the history of Palestine.