Current Academic Positions
Researcher at the Jewis-Arab Centre
and the Center for Public Management and Policy
Research Areas & Other Interests
Interculturalism & Multiculturalism
Gilles Deleuze's philosophy
1987: BSc Physics - Technion
1995: MA Political Sciences - University of Haifa
2005: PhD Political Sciences - University of Haifa
2008. "The Desire for terra nullius and the Zionist-Palestinian Conflict" (forthcoming 2009), in Paul Patton and Simone Bignall Eds. Deleuze and the Postcolonial, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
2008. “The Politics of Familiarity: An Intercultural Alternative to the Politics of Recognition”, HaMerhav HaTziburi No. 2, 2008 (The Public Space); (in Hebrew).
2007. "Bilingual Education and Practical Interculturalism in Israel: The case of the Galilee", The Discourse of Sociological Practice, with Aura Mor-Sommerfeld, Faisal Azaiza, Rachel Hertz-Lazarowitz, Vol. 8, No1, 55-81; ISSN: 1527-778X.
2007. "From Recognition to Familiarity – An Intercultural Approach" (forthcoming 2008), in Jones Irwin Ed. Probing the Boundaries/At the Interface, London: Rodopi Press.
2005. "Constructing Intercultural Hybrids: Adding Necessity to Contingency", in Marjorie Greene & Jones Irwin Eds. Interculturalism and Interdiscplinarity, Oxford, UK: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN: 1-904710-18-2 (e-book), forthcoming 2007.