Participants and Presenters in The Shalem Center's Colloquium on Political Hebraism, Princeton, September 7–9, 2008

1. Ari Ackerman Lecturer in Jewish Thought and Philosophy of Education, Schechter Institute, Jerusalem
 
2. Francesca Yardenit Albertini Professor of History of the Jewish Religion, University of Potsdam; Professor and Chair, Jewish Philosophy and the History of Ideas, University for Jewish Studies, Germany
 
3. Guido Bartolucci Post-Doctoral Fellow, the Shalem Center
 
4. Leora Batnitzky Professor of Religion, Princeton University
 
5. Ronnie Beiner Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto
 
6. Joshua Berman Lecturer in Hebrew Bible, Bar Ilan University
 
7. Gerald J. Blidstein Professor of Jewish Thought, Ben-Gurion University
 
8. Morris Breitbart Student, Princeton University
 
9. Giuseppe Caccia PhD Candidate, Department of Political Studies, University of Turin
 
10. David J. Chalcraft Professor of Classical Sociology, University of Derby, UK
 
11. Simeon Chavel Lecturer in Hebrew Bible, Department of Religion and Program in Judaic Studies, Princeton University
 
12. Eric Cohen Executive Director, The Tikvah Fund
 
13. Julie E. Cooper Assistant Professor of Political Science, Chicago University
 
14. Yaacov Deutsch Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
 
15. James A. Diamond Professor of Jewish Studies, University of Waterloo
 
16. Oksana Dovkopolova Associate Professor of Philosophy, Odessa National University, Ukraine
 
17. David Eis PhD Candidate, Electrical Engineering, Princeton University
 
18. Yiftach Elazar PhD Candidate, Political Science, Princeton University
 
19. Arthur Eyffinger Director and Founder, Judicap (Judicial Capital); Researcher, The Huygens Institute, The Hague
 
20. Mordechai Feingold Professor of History, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Caltech
 
21. Seymour Feldman Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University, Emeritus
 
22. Gai Ferdon Assistant Professor of Government, Liberty University
 
23. Daniel Frank Professor of Philosophy and Director, Jewish Studies Program, Purdue University
 
24. Harry Frankfurt Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University, Emeritus
 
25. David Goodblatt Professor of History and Endowed Chair in Judaic Studies, University of California, San Diego
 
26. Anthony Grafton Professor of History, Chair of the Council of Humanities, Princeton University
 
27. Eric Gregory Assistant Professor of Religion, Princeton University
 
28. Steven Grosby Professor of Religion, Clemson University
 
29. Ofir Haivry Associate Fellow, The Institute for Philosophy, Politics and Religion, The Shalem Center
 
30. Yoram Hazony Director, The Institute for Philosophy, Politics and Religion, and Senior Fellow, The Shalem Center
 
31. William Herlands Student, Princeton University
 
32. Martha Himmelfarb Professor of Religion, and Acting Chair, Department of Religion, Princeton University
 
33. Amos Israel PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University; Lecturer in Jewish Law, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya
 
34. Jonathan Jacobs Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Colgate University
 
35. Yuval Jobani Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
 
36. Meirav Jones Coordinator, Project in Political Hebraism, and Director, The Institute for Philosophy, Politics and Religion, The Shalem Center
 
37. Aaron L. Katchen Executive Director (Emeritus), Association for Jewish Studies, Brandeis University, and Research Associate, Center for Jewish Studies, Harvard University
 
38. Daniel Koehler Graduate Student, Department of Religion, Princeton University
 
39. Eugene Korn Adjunct Professor of Jewish Thought, Department of Christian-Jewish Studies, Seton Hall University
 
40. Daniel C. Kurtzer Professor of Middle East Policy Studies, School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
 
41. Daniel J. Lasker Professor of Jewish Values, Ben-Gurion University
 
42. Menachem Lazar Graduate Student in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Princeton University
 
43. Yechiel M. Leiter Senior Policy Analyst, The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
 
44. Mordechai Levy-Eichel PhD Candidate, History, Yale University
 
45. Stephanie Lewis Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University
 
46. Joseph Isaac Lifshitz Senior Fellow, The Shalem Center
 
47. Assaf Malach PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, Bar Ilan University
 
48. Asher Maoz Professor, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University
 
49. Daniel Mark Graduate Student, Department of Politics, Princeton University
 
50. Abraham Melamed Professor of Jewish History and Throught, University of Haifa
 
51. Avi Miller Student, Princeton University
 
52. Alan Mittleman Professor of Jewish Philosophy, Jewish Theological Seminary
 
53. Stewart Moore PhD Candidate, Hebrew Bible, Yale University
 
54. Glenn A. Moots Associate Professor of Political Science, Northwood University
 
55. Shoshana Morgan Editorial Assistant, Hebraic Political Studies, The Shalem Center
 
56. Mira Morgenstern Professor of Politics, City College New York
 
57. Andrew Murphy Associate Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University
 
58. Frederek Musall Lecturer in Jewish Thought and Methodology in Jewish Studies, Advanced School for Jewish Studies, Heidelberg
 
59. Eric Nelson Assistant Professor of Government, Harvard University
 
60. David Novak Professor of Religion and Philosophy, University of Toronto
 
61. Anne Oravetz Albert PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania
 
62. Valerie Oved Student, Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University
 
63. Fania Oz-Salzberger Senior Lecturer in History, and Director, Posen Research Forum for Jewish, European and Israeli Political Thought at the Faculty of Law, University of Haifa
 
64. Emile Perreau-Saussine Lecturer, History of Political Thought, University of Cambridge
 
65. Jay Peters Student, Rutgers University
 
66. Andrew Plaks Professor of East Asian Studies and Comparative Literature (Emeritus), Princeton University
 
67. William M. Plevan PhD Candidate, Department of Religion, Princeton University
 
68. Daniel Polisar President, The Shalem Center
 
69. Gary Remer Associate Professor of Political Science, Tulane University
 
70. Lauren Rhode Student, Princeton University
 
71. Julie Rose Student, Politics, Princeton University
 
72. Louis Rosenberg

 
73. Jason Rosenblatt Professor, Department of English, Georgetown University
 
74. Michael Rosenthal Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Washington
 
75. Mordecai Roshwald Professor of Humanities (Emeritus), University of Minnesota
 
76. Alan Rubenstein Senior Program Officer, Tikvah Fund
 
77. Elias Sacks PhD Candidate, Department of Religion, Princeton University
 
78. Peter Schäfer Director, Program in Judaic Studies, Princeton University
 
79. Gordon Schochet Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University
 
80. Esther Schor Professor of English, Princeton University
 
81. David Schuster Student, Princeton University
 
82. Isaac Setton

 
83. A. J. Shechtel

 
84. Jonathan Silver PhD Candidate in Political Science, Georgetown University
 
85. Daniel Stein Kokin Lecturer in Judaic Studies, Yale University
 
86. Suzanne Stone Professor of Law, Cardozo School of Law
 
87. Claude B. Stuczynski Senior Lecturer in General History, Bar-Ilan University
 
88. Shmuel Trigano Professor of Sociology, University of ParisNanterre
 
89. Abraham L. Udovitch Professor, Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
 
90. Lucette Valensi Professor, Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
 
91. Michael Walzer Senior Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
 
92. Gadi Weber PhD Candidate in Jewish Thought, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 
93. Tzvi H. Weinreb Executive Vice President (Emeritus), Orthodox Union
 
94. Joshua Weinstein Associate Fellow, The Shalem Center
 
95. Erica Weiss PhD Candidate in Anthropology, Princeton University
 
96. Naomi Weiss PhD Candidate in English Literature, Bar Ilan University
 
97. Friederike Ruth Winkler PhD Candidate, Political Science, University of Vienna
 
98. Shira Wolosky Professor of American Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 
99. Jacob L. Wright Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible, Emory University
 
100. Ilana Zinguer Professor of French Literature and Language, University of Haifa