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Dr. Haim Mahlev

Research Fellow 2010

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Haim Mahlev was a Post Doctoral Visiting Research Fellow at the Rosenzweig Center from January to September 2010. His research topic was titled "Cabbala as Atheism? The Shaping of Protestantism in Light of Cabbala Criticism in the German Early Enlightenment".

 

 

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Dr. Stefanie Mahrer

Research Fellow 2013-16
Länggassstrasse 49 3012 Bern Schweiz

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Stefanie Mahrer was a post doctoral Research Fellow at the Rosenzweig Center from June 2013 to July 2016. In her project she was researching the impact of Salman Schocken, one of the most remarkable Jewish person of cultural support and activity in the 20th century, in the development of Jewish elite culture between WW I and the mid-century, when he died.

Current Affiliation or Position: Institute for History, University of Bern.
Current Research Project: Forced Academic Magrants in Switzerland, 1933-1955.

 

 

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Itamar Manoff

Itamar Manoff

Researcher

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Itamar Manoff, a graduate of the University of Toronto in Jewish Studies and linguistics, is an MA student at Tel Aviv University, at the Unit of Culture Research. He is currently completing his MA thesis, entitled "Semantic Frames in the context of Second Language Pedagogy". Itamar is interested in the connections between language learning, culture and ideology, and is a co-founder of "This is Not an Ulpan", an adult language learning school based on principles of critical pedagogy. Itamar is a member of the Heinrich Mendelssohn archive project at Tel Aviv University, and is especially interested in the ways in which cultural repertoire, habitus, and agency interact in the context of the establishment of the environmental movement in Israel.

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Dr. Zohar Maor

Research Fellow 2006-7

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Zohar Maor was a post doctoral Research Fellow at the Rosenzweig Center from October 2006 to June 2007. His research topic was titled "Martin Buber, Gershom Scholem and the 'Prague Circle' in the Beginning of the 20th Century".

 

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Shaul Marmari

Shaul Marmari

Administrative Assistant
shaul.marmari@gmail.com

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Shaul Marmari completed his BA in the School of History Honors Program at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and he is currently studying at the Freie Universität in Berlin. He is interested in early modern European history, Jewish and Christian.

Since July 2014 Shaul worked as an administrative assistant at the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Center, and he is now coordinating the Center's media activity and working as research assistant for Prof. Yfaat Weiss and Prof. Daniel Schwartz. He also took part in the Center's archival project in cooperation with Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach, in which he cataloged the files of the German-Jewish philosopher Samuel Hugo Bergmann at the University's archive, and is working in Berlin on tracing the archival material of the founders of the Hebrew University as part of the Historical Archive Project.

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Prof. Paul Mendes-Flohr

Director 1993-1994, 1999-2006
paulmendesflohr@gmail.com
Professor Emeritus of Moden Jewish Thought and Intellectual History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the University of Chicago
 
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Dr. Thomas Meyer

Research Fellow 2005-7
thomas.meyer@lrz.uni-muenchen.de
LMU München, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, 80539 München, Lehrstuhl Buchheim

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Current Affiliation or Position: LMU München (Prof. Dr.).
Current Research Project: Hannah Arendt Biography/Leo Strauss Biography.

Thomas Meyer was a Minerva Foundation Fellow from July 2005 to August 2007. His research topic was titled "Jüdische Ethik – zur Geschichte eines Begriffs zwischen 1830-1960." This research was published in 2009 under the title "Zwischen Philosophie und Gesetz. Jüdische Philosophie und Theologie von 1933 und 1938", Leiden/Boston: Brill Publishing House.

 

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Dr. Barbara Meyer

Research Fellow 2002-4

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Barbara Meyer was a Minerva Foundation Fellow from September 2002 to August 2004. Her research topic was titled "Contemporary Israeli Discourse on Remembrance, Justice, and Evil after the Shoa as a Critical Impulse for Christian Theology".

 

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Prof. Guy Miron

Research Fellow 1993-94
guymiron@openu.ac.il
Open University of Israel, 1 University Road, POB 808 Raanana 4353701 Israel
Current Affiliation or Position: Vice President for Academic Affairs, Open University of Israel.