Researchers

Article Index

The HCGES actively supports research in the different fields of German and European Studies. The Center grants scholarships to students (MA or doctoral levels) whose research projects are associated with contemporary Germany. Some of the research areas that have been supported by the Center include migration and integration, German policy of education and the culture of memory. The aim of the Center is to develop original and innovative research on modern Germany and EU/Europe and to train the next generation of scholars in this field.


davidiDr. Einat Davidi

Research Associate      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Dr. Einat Davidi is a Research Associate at the HCGES. She studied at several international universities, e.g. the Universidad de Serville in Spain, the Humboldt University in Berlin where she finished her Bachelorˈs and Masterˈs degree, the Universidad de La Habana (Cuba) and the University of Heidelberg where she reached her PhD. Her major fields of study, besides Linguistics, are French, Spanish, Cuban and World Literature and German studies. After her PhD she earned much teaching experience at the University of Heidelberg and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During 2014 and 2017, she was a member of several international research groups from the European Research Council and the German Research Foundation.


Cohen SkalliDr. Cedric Cohen Skalli

Research Associate      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Dr. Cedrik Cohen-Skalli is teaching early modern, modern and post-modern Jewish Thought at the department for Jewish history and Jewish thought at the University of Haifa. He studied at the Sorbonne University of Paris and worked in several international academic institutions. His major fields of study include modern German philosophy and its French interpretation, Jewish thought about Renaissance Humanism and early modernism. Actually, he is working on Jewish Kantianism with a focus on Hermann Cohen and the Jewish students of Heidegger such as Hannah Arendt, Emmanuel Levinas and Jacques Derrida. Furthermore, he translated several works of Sigmund Freud, Gershom Scholem and Antonia Grunenberg (about Arendt and Heidegger). In addition, he published many academic articles in different international journals.
CV (pdf)

Publications of Books

  • Cedric Cohen Skalli, Don Isaac Abravanel, Jerusalem, Zalman Shazar Center (in Hebrew), published in the leading series The great men of the Jewish people of Salman Shazar publishing house 2017
  • Cedric Cohen Skalli: Isaac Abravanel : Letters, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York : August 2007. 191 pages.
  • Cedric Cohen Skalli and Michele Luzzati, Lucca 1493: un sequestro di lettere ebraiche. Edizione e commento storico, Archivio di Studi Ebraici, Napoli 2014 (in Italian)

 

dubnov200x200pxDr. Arie Dubnov

Research Associate     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Arie M. Dubnov is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of General History at the University of Haifa and also works as a Research Associate at the HCGES. From 2009 to 2013, Dr. Arie Dubnov was an Acting Assistant Professor at the History Department of Stanford University. He worked in several Israeli and international institutions and Universities, e.g. the Open University of Israel, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

CV (pdf)      Website

Selected Publications

Book
  • Arie M. Dubnov: Isaiah Berlin: The Journey of a Jewish Liberal, Palgrave-Macmillan, New York 2012

Edited Book
  • Arie M. Dubnov, Ella Florsheim, Raphael Tsirkin-Sadan (eds.): Zionism – A View from the Outside, The Bialik Institute and the Cherrick Center for the Study of Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, Hebrew University, Jerusalem 2010 [in Hebrew]

Articles

MorrisReich200x266pxProf. Amos Morris-Reich

Bucerius Institute/Jewish History     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Since 2015, Prof. Amos Morris-Reich is an Associate Professor at The Department of Jewish History and Thought at the University of Haifa. Since 2008, he is a Senior Lecturer at the Institute. Amos Morris-Reich has worked in several international European and Israeli research institutions and is the Director of the Bucerius Institute. His fields of research include e.g. Jewish History, The History of Antisemitism and their connection to the History of Science.

Research Area (pdf)       

Selected Publications


Authored Books
  • Amos Morris-Reich: Race and Photography: Racial Photography as Scientific Evidence, 1876-1980, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago/London 2016
  • Amos Morris-Reich: Photography and Race: Racial Photography as Scientific Evidence, 1876-1980, Ha-kibutz ha-meuchad, Tel Aviv (accepted for publication) [in Hebrew]
  • Amos Morris-Reich: The Quest for Jewish Assimilation in Modern Social Science, Routledge, New York/London, 2008

Edited Books
  • Amos Morris-Reich and Dirk Rupnow (eds.): Ideas of ˈRaceˈ in the History of Humanities, Palgrave MacMillan, London 2017
  • Amos Morris-Reich (ed.): The Jewish Body and Other Protruding Organs: A Selection of Essays by Sander Gilman, Resling, Tel Aviv 2015 [in Hebrew]
  • Amos Morris-Reich (ed.): Georg Simmel: ˈHow is Society Possible?ˈ and Other Essays, Ha-kibutz ha-meuchad, Tel Aviv 2012 [in Hebrew]
  • Book Chapters (2016-2018)
  • Amos Morris-Reich: Aspects of Asymmetry in Visual Stereotypes, in: Kevin Corrigan and Elizabeth Goodstein (eds.): Seeing and Knowing: Stereotypes in Our Daily Life (Festschrift for Sander Gilman), accepted for publication
  • Amos Morris-Reich: Jews between Volk and Rasse, in: Richard McMahon (ed.): National Races: Scientific Classification and Political Identity, Nebraska University Press, Lincoln, forthcoming
  • Amos Morris-Reich: Society, Culture and Demographics: Towards a Unified History, in: Dean Bell (ed.): Routledge Handbook of Jewish History and Historiography (forthcoming 2018)
  • Amos Morris-Reich: Arthur Ruppinˈs Concept of Race, in: Kzia Alon (ed.): The Back Side of Israeli Photography, Gama, Tel Aviv 2017, pp. 97-136 [in Hebrew]
  • Amos Morris-Reich: On the Belief of Antisemites: Mental Constructs and Political Practice in Chaim Weitzman, in: Meir Chazan and Uri Cohen (eds.): Chaim Weizmann: New Studies, Zalman Shazar, Jerusalem 2016, pp. 103-136 [in Hebrew]
  • Amos Morris-Reich: From assimilationist anti-racism to Zionist anti-antisemitism: Georg Simmel, Franz Boas and Arthur Ruppin, in: Marcel Stoeltzer (ed.): Antisemitism and the Constitution of Sociology, Nebraska University Press, Lincoln 2014, pp. 160-182


Rachel200x200pxDr. Rachel Frid de Fris

Research Associate     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
After graduating from Tel Aviv University Law School she was a lecturer of EU law and defended her PhD thesis on EU and global multilateral governance at the University of Amsterdam with two outstanding academics, Professor Lauwaars and Professor Kuijper (former Principal Legal Advisor to the EU Commission and former Director of Legal Affairs at the WTO). At the invitation of Professor John Jackson, the pre-eminent authority on WTO law, she did a Post-Doctoral research in International Trade Law at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.


Curriculum Vitae (pdf)


Hotam200x275Dr. Yotam Hotam
Research Associate      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Dr. Hotam is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Education and a HCGES research associate. His research focuses on the relations between the 'secular' and the 'religious' in modern society, culture, politics and education and covers a variety of themes such as German and German-Jewish history and thought, Zionist ideology, critical thought, secular and post-secular theories, theology and ethics.
 
Participation in International Conferences (2017)
  • July 2017 Jewish Spirituality and Social Transformation, Briarcliff Manor, New York. Lecture: Walter Benjaminˈs Modern-Mystical Theory of Youth
  • May 2017 The Annual Conference of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, Oxford. Symposium Lecture: Public Education in a Post-secular Israel
Publications

Konarek200x200pxKatharina Konarek     

Doctorand - University of the German Bundeswehr, Munich      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Katharina Konarek is writing a joint doctorate with the Bundeswehr University in Munich (supervised in Haifa by Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and in Munich by Prof. Stephan Stetter) on the German political foundations operating abroad with a special emphasis on the influence of the foundations on German foreign policy vis-à-vis the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (towards writing-up the dissertation). Since October 2017 she is also serving as the academic coordinator of the HCGES, coordinating a.o. the HCGES Colloqium. Mrs. Konarek is also part of the Young Researchers Forum of the Minerva Center at the University of Haifa.

Research Area (pdf)     Publication LMU (pdf)     Publication FES (pdf)     Taking in the View of a German in Haifa

Publications
  • Anna Abelmann and Katharina Konarek: The German Political Foundationsˈ Work between Jerusalem, Ramallah and Tel Aviv. A Kaleidoscope of Different Perspectives, Springer, Berlin (March 2018)

Conferences
  • November 29th 2017: Conference on “Identity and Cross-Cultural Encounters in a Pluralistic Society. Living Diversity” organized by ConAct, Keynote Speaker on: “Building Identity in a Multicultural Society”, Bay View Hotel, Haifa
  • October 19th, 2017: 25th Anniversary of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration, speaker on: “Quo Vadis, Europe?From the Treaty of Rome to a common EU migration policy”. King David Hotel, Jerusalem

Seminars
  • February 16th and December 21st, 2017: Thesis Writing Workshop, Lecturer on “Academic Writing”
  • August 22-23rd, 2017: Middle Eastern Summer School, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Lecturer on: “Identity Diversity in Israel” and “The Arab-Israeli Conflict”, Munich, Germany
  • May 12th – 28th, 2017: MA Block Seminar on “The Global Refugee Crisis – What is at Stake?”, Teaching Assistant
  • March 10th – May 29th, 2017: MA Seminar on “Ethnic and National Minorities in the European Union”, Teaching Assistant


Yael200x202pxDr. Yael Ben Moshe     

Post Doctoral Fellow      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Dr. Ben-Moshe had a joint post-doc position at the Bucerius Institute and the HCGES in 2016-2017. Winning the DAAD short-term fellowship (July 1st – September 30th 2015), she conducted a research at the Center for Contemporary History (ZZF) in Potsdam during summer 2015. The result of this research was presented at the GSA conference in Washington D.C. in October 2015, under the title This is Your Trauma, Not Mine! Violence and Its Aftermath in Recent German Films. She is currently at the last stage of preparing this manuscript as a journal article. In January 2016, she participated in the international Interdisciplinary Seminar on Crisis, Emergency and Risk Communications in the 21st Century at Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem. The title of her talk was How Do the Media Treat Crisis and Emergency?


CV (pdf)     Research (pdf)     Ph.D (pdf)


Publications

Book
  • Ben Moshe, Yael: Hitler konstruieren. Die Darstellung Adolf Hitlers in deutschen und amerikanischen Spielfilmen 1945–2009 – eine Analyse zur Formung kollektiver Erinnerung, Leipziger Universitätsverlag, Leipzig 2012
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
  • Picturing Hitler: Artificial Tension and the Historical Film (Forthcoming)
  • “Life Imitating Art”? Recapturing Terror and Trauma in Films and TV-Series Made After 9/11 in Israel and the America. Conflict & Communication. (Forthcoming)
  • What’s New in Operation Valkyrie?: “Artificial Tension” in the Historical Film. Slil - Journal for History, Film and Television 8/2014, pp. 58-76. (In Hebrew)
Book Review
  • Book Review on “The Horrors of Trauma in Cinema,” Michael Elm, Kobi Kabalek and Julia B. Köhne (eds.), Cambridge Scholar Publishing, Newcastle 2014 (Forthcoming)
  • Book Review on “Screen Nazis. Cinema, History, and Democracy”, Sabine Hake, University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin 2012

Conferences (2017)
  • January 2017: “From Entebbe to Mogadishu – Terrorism in the 1970s, and its History, Memor and Legacy”, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Rachel SuissaDr. Rachel Suissa     

Research Associate      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Dr. Rachel Suissa is a teaching associate and a senior research fellow at the National Security Program in the School of Political Sciences, at the HCGES and at the Ezri Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies. She worked as a research staff at the Department of Behavioural Science of the Israeli Defense Forces. Her research interests include (e.g.): Security Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies, Israel National Security and Politics, EU Politics and Government, EU Foreign and Defence Politics, Cyber Security, Human Rights, Technology and Security, Security Studies and Epistemology. She has been engaged in several activities in the EU as a Policy Evaluation Expert- EU Parliament, such as Expert Evaluator- EU Horizon 2020 Research Program; DJ-JUSTICE Proposals. During the whole academic year 2017-18 she is conducting the HCGES Thesis writing workshop together with Katharina Konarek.

Current Course (Semester B, 2018): 
"Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union" (pdf)
Thursday, 14.30-16.00

CV (pdf)     Research Area (pdf)

Publications

Books
  • Suissa Rachel: The Learning Process of the Emergence, Evolution and Termination of Conflicts, Lexington books/Rowman and Littlefield (under contract)
  • Suissa Rachel: "The Scientific Status of New Security Studies: A Search for an Epistemic Identity" in Siedschlag Alexander (ed.): Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Homeland and - Civil Security. A Research-Based Introduction, New York: Peter Lang 2015
  • Suissa Rachel: Military Resilience in Low-Intensity Conflict- New Directions, Lexington books/ Rowman and Littlefield, July 2012
Published Articles
  • Suissa Rachel, The Scientific Status of New Security Studies: A Critical Search for Epistemic Identity, in: Alexander Siedschlag (ed.): Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Homeland and Civil Security. A Research-Based Introduction, Peter Lang, New York 2015
  • Suissa Rachel, CBRNe in the Cyber Era: Threat Paradoxical Implications for First Responders, in: The European – Security and Defence Union, Feb 2013
  • Suissa Rachel, Conflict as a Learning Process: States Conflict Versus State and Non-State Actor Conflict, in: Defense Studies Journal 2/2011, pp. 323-345
  • Suissa Rachel, The European Security Strategy − National Threat Perceptions versus EU Objectives The European – Security and Defence Union, Vo.2/2010

 


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Dr. Uri Zilbersheid    

Research Associate/Senior Lecturer     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Dr. Zilbersheid is a senior HCGES research associate. He also serves as a senior lecturer at the Program for National Security Studies at the University of Haifa. His research interests are political philosophy, the welfare state (historical development; economic, social and political aspects), economics (economic crises, Keynesianism versus austerity policy), German history and politics. Dr. Zilbersheid also teaches at the MA program.

Research Area (pdf)

Publications
  • Uri Zilbersheid (editor and co-translator): Marxˈs Early Writings [a new comprehensive, annotated addition]: 2nd Vol.: The German Ideology and Other Writings, 1843-1844, Resling Publishing, Tel Aviv – in preparation [Hebrew]
  • Uri Zilbersheid: Rousseauˈs Failure to Build a Free Society and the Premises of Freedom, in: Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, publication forthcoming (Spring 2018)
  • Uri Zilbersheid: The Yom Kippur War: Who Surprised and Who Was Surprised in Israel?, in: Michael Lasker and Zeˈev Dror (eds.): And the Land Trembled: Diplomacy, Intelligence and Energy Crisis (temporary title), Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 2018 [Hebrew, preliminary accepted for publication – fortcoming in 2018]

Conferences
  • 27-30th September 2017, Dubrovnik, Croatia: 8th Annual Global Business Conference (Organized by the Innovation Institute), Subject of Paper: “The Struggle over the World Socioeconomic System – Can Europe and the USA Lead Humanity to a better Future?”
  • 30th March 2017, Bar-Ilan University, Faculty of Law, Israel: Third Annual Meeting of ICON-S Israel (the Israeli branch of the International Association of Public Law), Subject of Paper: “The Israeli People Have no sovereignty in Their Own Constitutional Law” [Hebrew]
  • 12-13th January 2017, University of Haifa, Israel: What is Left of the Left? Alternatives for a progressive social-democratic platform in Israel, Europe and the US, Subject of Paper: “How the Left Should be Saved”






Dr. Florian Musil

Postdoctoral Research Fellow     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research fields:
Dr. Florian Musil is one of our new Post-Doc Fellows at the Haifa Center for German and European Studies. He finished his Dissertation on the pro-democratic civil society in Barcelona in their opposition to the Regime at the ends of Francoism in 2017, which was awarded with distinction at the University of Vienna. Florian Musil studied in Vienna, Granada and Barcelona. After five years working in Television News in Spain, Austria and Germany, Musil dedicated his professional life to the historical dictatorship and transformation research, first at the Doctoral Collage of European Dictatorship and Transformation Research at the Department for contemporary History in Vienna and afterwards at the Centre d'Estudis sobre Dictadures i Democràcies at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Since 2014 Musil mainly focused on lecturing and international academic cooperation, e.g. as lecturer in global studies in Vienna, senior lecturer in contemporary and Western European history at the University of Kassel and Senior Officer for academic and cultural cooperation of the Delegation of the Government of Catalonia to central Europe. Since finishing his dissertation, Musil changed his main research and teaching interest from social movement and civil society research to the field of media history and history in media, teaching and concepting in recently established master’s programs as History and the Public sphere at the University of Kassel or Contemporary History and the Media at the University of Vienna. Musil is now doing a short-term research on Israeli private television and is conceptualizing his second book project, which focuses on a broad comparison of the development of private television in Europe.



Dr. Johann Nicolai

Postdoctoral Research Fellow      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


Johann Nicolai studied Jewish Studies, Philosophy and Religion at the Freie Universität Berlin and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 2008 he received a Fulbright fellowship and continued his studies at the Baltimore Hebrew University for one more academic year. Following his stay in the US, Johann Nicolai joined the London Wiener Library in 2010 as an intern for half a year. Based on his research project as an intern on the Centralverein collection he developed his dissertation concept on this topic. From 2011 to 2014 he was fellow of the Walther-Rathenau-Kolleg at the Moses-Mendelssohn-Zentrum in Potsdam. He defended his dissertation in December 2014. As a Post-Doc Johann Nicolai is active in various positions: in January 2018 he was a Post-Doc fellow at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw, from April to September 2018 he worked as an Research Assistent at the Berlin Institute for Comparative State-Church-Research and currently he is a short time Post-Doc fellow at the University of Haifa. 
 
„Erfolge unserer Arbeit“ – Jüdische Selbstbehauptung durch den Central-Verein (C.-V.) in den Jahren nach den Nürnberger Gesetzen (peer reviewed).
[“Achievements of our Work“ – Jewish Self-Assertion by the Central-Association (C.-V.) in the years after the Nuremberg Laws.]
In: Der Jüdische Widerstand gegen die nationalsozialistische Vernichtungspolitik in Europa
1933-1945, hg. von Julius Schoeps, Dieter Bingen und Gideon Botsch. München: de Gruyter - Oldenbourg, 2016, pp. 211–22.
 
„Unsere Fohnen brengen eich Recht un Freiheit“ – Das deutsche Judentum zwischen Patriotismus, Antisemitismus und „Ostjudenfrage“ (peer reviewed).
[“Our Flags will bring you Law and Freedom!“ – German Jewry between Patriotism, Antisemitism
and the Question of the Eastern Jewry.]
In: Nordost-Archiv. Zeitschrift für Regionalgeschichte 24 (2016), pp. 143–157.

Project presentations:

09/2018 „Seid mutig und aufrecht!“ – Das Ende des Centralvereins deutscher Staatsbürger jüdischen Glaubens 1933-1938. “Be courageous and upright“ – The End of the Central Association of German Citizens of Jewish Faith 1933-1938] Presentation during the German-French Summer School „Kulturkonflikte im jüdisch- europäischen Kontext (1900- 1939) – Conflits de culture dans un contexte judéo-européen (1900-1939)“ at th Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

09/2018 The Relation of the GDR to Jews and Jewry. Presentation during the Summer School „Diversity beyond Nation/ State. The Danube Region after World War II“ an der Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

09/2017 “12.000 Jews fell in the battle!“ - The German-Jewish campaign for recognition of Jewish engagement in World War I for Germany.
Presentation during the conference “Remembrance of the First World War in Interwar Europe. In search for new analytical categories“ in Nida, Lithuania




Reches200x202pxDanni Reches     

PhD Candidate      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Danni Reches holds a BA degree in Middle Eastern Studies from Leiden University, the
Netherlands, during which she was chosen as the representative of the studies and co-
established a student society. As part of her BA, she spent a semester at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem on an exchange program. She also hold a BA certificate (1 year) in
Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Haifa. Furthermore, she has a MA degree in
Diplomacy, a specialization in International Relations, from the University of Haifa. In this
framework, she received a scholarship for outstanding students.

She is currently a PhD candidate and research associate at the Haifa Center for German and
European Studies (HCGES). She receives a scholarship for her research that focuses on
migration and integration of Muslims in Europe. She’s been interested in these topics for a
long time and has volunteered with refugees in the Netherlands and was selected as a
participant in the training course ‘Refugees in Europe’, organized and financed by the EU
Programme for Education in Berlin in 2018.




Neumueller200x354pxMagdalena Neumueller   

Adjunct Research     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Research fields:
Magdalena Neumueller is the new Adjungt Researcher at the HCGES. She will stay at the center to conduct research for her PhD thesis until the end of 2018. Magdalena is from Austria and a PhD-Candidate in History at the University of Vienna, where she finished a Diplomstudium (equivalent to an MA program) in political science. Additionally, she was involved in a variety of Holocaust Education projects. The topic of her dissertation is the Austrian Federal Railways and its involvement in Nazi Policy and Nazi Crimes. Her study focuses on a unique archive that has never been researched and which contains an unknown holding of documents produced by the Deutsche Reichsbahn, the German Federal Railways. She was the first scholar to categorize these materials and to analyze their content. Magdalena’s thesis deals with various aspects of the Austrian railway’s history, specifically deportations to concentration and extermination camps, forced labor, the war and occupation policy as well as the railway’s general role in the Nazi State. The HCGES will provide her with an academic base to conduct concluding research in the archives of Yad Vashem and the Ghetto Fighters House as well as a platform for exchange with colleagues and students.



Monika Hübscher



PhD Fellow   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Monika Hübscher earned her B.A. in Religious and Jewish Studies from the Potsdam University in Germany, while working in the Jewish Museum in Berlin. She came to Haifa University to complete her M.A. in Holocaust Studies, gaining additional experience doing research at the Wiener Library for the study of the Nazi Era and the Holocaust in Tel Aviv. Throughout her career, she had been involved in various educational and research projects in Israel and abroad; to name a few, she had been working with NGOs and government offices in Germany to fight antisemitism and racism; promoting intercultural exchange between Jewish and Arab pupils in Israel at the Ghetto Fighters House;  Doing social work with holocaust survivors together with Amcha; as well as her work for the German Consulate and the Ministry of Education, for which she recently managed a project of student exchange between Israeli and German high-school students, focusing on Post-WWII immigration. At 2018, she joined the program at HCGES as a PhD fellow to advance her main research subject of contemporary antisemitism trends in social media, focusing on the rising new-right political movements. Her PhD thesis Resuscitating the Volk: Germany’s Alternative für Deutschland on Social Media is supervised by Prof. Moshe Zimmermann (Hebrew University Jerusalem) and Prof. Stefan Ihrig (Haifa University). 


List of Publications
(articles published in scientific journals or books in last five years
only)
Book
:
Frid,  R.  The  Relations  between  the  EC  and  International  Organizations:  Legal  Theory  and
Practice, Kluwer Law International (1995) 426pp.
Articles
:
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Frid  de  Vries,  R.
“Revisiting Brita
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Rule  of  Law,  Trade,  Foreign  Affairs  and  the  Political
Question Doctrine” (2015, Forthcoming)
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Frid   de   Vries,   R.   "EU,   Membership   in   International   Organizations   or   Institutions"
Encyclopedia  of  Public  International  Law  (EPIL),  under  the
auspices  of  the  Max  Planck
Institute in Heidelberg, Oxford University Press (February 2014)
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Frid   R.,   "Liberalization   and  Juridification   of   Trade   in   Services   within   GATS:   The
Accountancy Sector", in
The  WTO and  Israel; Law, Economics and Politics
, Reich A
. (ed.),
Bar
-
Ilan University Press (2006) 221
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270 (Hebrew)
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Frid, R., “The Juridification of International Trade in Services: The Accountancy Sector”,
10/2 International Trade Law and Regulation (2004)
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G. Harpaz and R. Frid, „The Wider Europe Initiativ
e',  10/2  International  Trade  Law  and
Regulation (2004)
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G. Harpaz and R. Frid, „Case Note
-
The Israeli Supreme Court Judgment on Force
-
Feeding
of Geese', 10/1 International Trade Law and Regulation (2004)
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Frid,  R.,  “Multilateral  Liberalization  of  Trad
e  in  Services  under  the  GATS”,  11  SEW
November 1998, pp. 410
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416.
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Frid, R., “The Telecommunications Pact under the GATS

A  Step  towards  the  Rule  of
Law”, Legal Issues of European Integration 1997, pp. 67
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96.
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Frid,  R.,  “Multilateral  Liberalization  of  T
rade   in   Services   under   the   GATS:   The
Telecommunications Sector”, Working Paper CRTP
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36,  The  Consortium  for  Research  on
Telecommunications  Policy  (Universities  of  California

Berkeley,  Michigan,  Northwestern
Chicago) January 1997, 13pp.
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Frid,  R.,  "The
EEC  a  Member  of  a  Specialized  Agency  of  the  UN  (FAO)"  4  European
Journal of International Law (1993), 239
-
255.
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Mortelmans, K.J.M., Frid, R., A commentary on Articles 229
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233 EEC, in Smit H., Herzog
P., The Law of the EEC: A Commentary on the EEC Treaty,
(1991) vol. 6 pp. 253
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296.
Newspaper and Internet Publications and Interviews:
Frid de Vries, R. in Calcalist, 15
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5
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15, “EU Boycotts Israel?”
http://www.calcalist.co.il/local/articles/0,7340,L
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3659306,00.html
Frid de Vries interviewed for GaleiZahal Rad
io, 18
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5
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15 16:45
“EU Boycotts Israel?"

News


New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

Find more information here.


ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

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Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

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Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
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New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

Find more information here.


ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

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Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

More information click here


CALL FOR PAPERS

Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
More information

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New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

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ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

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Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

More information click here


CALL FOR PAPERS

Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
More information

here


New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

Find more information here.


ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

See here


Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

More information click here


CALL FOR PAPERS

Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
More information

here


New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

Find more information here.


ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

See here


Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

More information click here


CALL FOR PAPERS

Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
More information

here


New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

Find more information here.


ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

See here


Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

More information click here


CALL FOR PAPERS

Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
More information

here


New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

Find more information here.


ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

See here


Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

More information click here


CALL FOR PAPERS

Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
More information

here


New Publication of Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger and Yedidia Z. Stern

Fania Oz-Salzberger/Yedidia Z. Stern (Hrsg.): Der israelische Nationalstaat-
Politische, verfassungsrechtliche und kulturelle Herausforderungen

(Inhaltsverzeichnis und Leseproben online)

Find more information here.


ARTICLE in DIE ZEIT

Prof. Eli Salzberger, Head of the HCGES speaking in the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT about why Israelis think positive about Germany

Article


Im Bucerius Forum: Wo Europa von Israel lernen kann

Comments from Prof.Fania Oz-Salzberger at "Bridging the Gap" in the "Hamburger Abendblatt" from the 22nd of June, 2017.

See here


Shimon-Peres-Prize - Call for applicants

Working in the Israeli-German context and contributing to the relations between the two countries? APPLY NOW for the Shimon-Peres-Award of the Stiftung deutsch-israelisches Zukunftsforum! Deadline until July 31st.

More information click here


CALL FOR PAPERS

Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration
Deadline: 31st of July, 2017
More information

here