Participants and Presenters in The Shalem Center's Colloquium on Political Hebraism Jerusalem, August 23-26, 2004

1. Deena Aranoff
PhD Candidate, Department of Jewish Studies, Columbia University
2. Ewa Atanassow
PhD Candidate, Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago, and EDHESS, Paris
3. Joshua Berman
Lecturer in Bible, Bar Ilan University
4. Miriam Bodian
Professor of Jewish Studies, Graduate School of Jewish Studies, Touro College, New York City
5. Noah Dauber
PhD Candidate, Department of Government, Harvard University
6. Daniel Doneson
Associate Fellow, The Shalem Center
7. Theodor Dunkelgrün
PhD Student, Committee on Social Thought, The University of Chicago
8. Harriet Elazar
Jerusalem
9. Yiftah Elazar
Graduate Student in Political Science and Philosophy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
10. Arthur Eyffinger
Director and Founder, Judicap (Judicial Capital), Researcher, Constantijn Huygens Intituut
11. Gordon Freeman
Rabbi, Congregation B'nei Shalom, Walnut Creek, California
12. Matt Goldish
Associate Professor of History, Ohio State University
13. Kenneth Green
Professor of Jewish Thought, University of Toronto
14. Sharon Green
Professor of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto
15. Steven Grosby
Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Clemson University
16. Ofir Haivry
Associate Fellow, The Shalem Center
17. Yael Hazony
Senior Editor, Shalem Press
18. Yoram Hazony
Senior Fellow, The Shalem Center
19. Michael Heyd
Professor of History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
20. Pini Iffergan
Senior Fellow, The Shalem Center
21. Amos Israel
Lecturer in Jewish Law, The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya
22. Jonathan Jacobs
Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Colgate University
23. Meirav Jones
Coordinator, Project in Political Hebraism, The Shalem Center
24. Jonathan Karp
Assistant Professor of Judaic Studies, Binghamton University, SUNY
25. Aaron Katchen
Executive Director Emeritus, Association for Jewish Studies
26. Michael Kochin
Senior Lecturer in Political Science, Tel Aviv University
27. Daniel Stein Kokin
PhD Candidate, Department of Government, Harvard University
28. Richard Landes
Professor of Political Science, Boston University
29. Nathan Laufer
Rabbi, Associate Fellow, The Shalem Center
30. Steve Lenzner
Fellow, New Citizenship Project
31. Yitzhak Lifshitz
Rabbi, Associate Fellow, The Shalem Center
32. Menchem Lorberbaum
Senior Lecturer in Jewish Thought, Tel Aviv University and The Hartman Institute
33. Christopher Lynch
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Carthage College
34. Jeffrey Macy
Senior Lecturer in Political Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
35. Abraham Melamed
Professor of Jewish Philosophy, University of Haifa
36. Alan Mittleman
Professor of Modern Jewish Thought, Jewish Theological Seminary
37. Kalman Neuman
Post-Doctoral Fellow, The Mandel School
38. Fania Oz-Salzberger
Senior Lecturer in History and Director, The Posen Research Forum for Jewish European and Israeli Political Thought, The Faculty of Law, University of Haifa.
39. Emile Perreau-Saussine
Lecturer in Political Thought, University of Cambridge
40. Daniel Polisar
President, The Shalem Center
41. Jeremy Rabkin
Professor of Government, Cornell University
42. Andrew Rehfeld
Associate Professor of Political Theory, Washington University
43. Gary Remer
Associate Professor of History and Political Thought, Tulane University
44. Jason Rosenblatt
Professor of English Literature, Georgetown University
45. Yoav Rubin
Graduate Student in History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
46. Rodrigo Sanchez
PhD Candidate, Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago
47. Shmuel Sandler
Professor of Political Science, Bar Ilan University
48. Gordon Schochet
Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University
49. Eric Schleisser
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Philosophy and Social Thought, Washington University
50. Wilhelm Schmidt-
       Biggemann
Professor, Institute for Philosophy, Free University, Berlin
51. Daniel E. Smith
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Missouri State University
52. Guy Stroumsa
Martin Buber Professor of Comparative Religion, and Director, Center for the Study of Christianity, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
53. Shmuel Trigano
Professor of Sociology, Paris X-Nanterre
54. Aaron Tugendhaft
PhD Candidate, Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago
55. Gadi Weber
Graduate Student in Jewish Thought, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
56. Joshua Weinstein
Associate Fellow, The Shalem Center
57. Hillay Zmora
Senior Lecturer in History, Ben-Gurion University