Academic Committee

Prof. Eli Lederhendler

Prof. Eli Lederhendler

Head of the Academic Committee of SICSA
Vice-Dean for Research in the Faculty ot Humanities, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Prof. Eli Lederhendler, who holds the Stephen S. Wise Chair in American Jewish History and Institutions in the Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry, serves as Chair of the Academic Committee of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism.

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Prof. Yehuda Bauer

Prof. Yehuda Bauer

SICSA Academic Committee Member
Yad Vashem

Born in Prague – 1926. Immigrated to Palestine – March, 1939. Studied in Cardiff, Wales – 1946-1948, 1949-1950 (B.A. Hon, 1st Class). PHD, Hebrew University – 1960. Joined Institute of Contemporary Jewry (ICJ) at Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1961. Full Professor –

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Prof. Manuela Consonni

Prof. Manuela Consonni

Director of The Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism

Manuela Consonni studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she received her Ph.D (1998-2003) summa cum Laude. She has been a Max Planck Post-Doctoral Fellow at FU in Berlin, a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the School of Theory and Criticism at Cornell

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MOSHE SLUHOVSKY

Prof. Moshe Sluhovsky

SICSA Academic Committee Member
Head of The Department of History in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

MOSHE SLUHOVSKY is Paulette and Claude Kelman Chair in the Study of French Jews at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

He has written a number of books and textbooks on religious history, including Patroness of Paris: Rituals of Devotion in Late Medieval and Early Modern France

Prof. Leona Toker

Prof. Leona Toker

SICSA Academic Committee Member
English Department, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Born in Vilnius, Lithuania, Leona Toker is Professor in the English Department of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is the author of Nabokov: The Mystery of Literary Structures (Cornell University Press, 1989), Eloquent Reticence: Withholding Information in Fictional

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