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Dr. Marcos Silber is a senior lecturer at the Department of Jewish History at the University of Haifa, the head of the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies as well as the head of the Program for the Study of Polish-Jewish History and Culture. His fields of research are Jewish culture and Politics in 20th century Poland and Lithuania. He has written articles on the Jewish Diaspora Nationalism in Poland, Lithuania and Russia in early 20th century, on Yiddish and Polish cinema and popular culture in inter-war Poland as well as on Polish-Israeli relations.

His Book Different nationality, Equal citizenship! The Efforts to Achieve Autonomy for Polish Jewry during the First World War (Hebrew) was published by Tel Aviv University Press and Shazar Center for Jewish History in 2014. With Szymon Rudnicki published: Polish Israeli Diplomattic Relations, a selection of documents (1945 -1967) (Polish version: Warsaw 2009; Hebrew version: Jerusalem 2009). Published, among others, in: Galed, Michael, Journal of Baltic Studies, Journal of Israeli History, Polin, Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook, Shvut, Tzion, Yiunim le-Tekumat Israel and elsewhere

  • Personal Information
     
     
     
     
    1.  Personal Details

    Name: Marcos Silber
    Place and Date of Birth: Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 23, 1964
    Citizenship: Argentinean and Israeli
    Permanent Address: Ider 58, Haifa
    Home Telephone Number: [972]-4-8343492
    Office Address and Phone: University of Haifa, dept. of Interdisciplinary studies, Eshkol Tower, 1202, 04-82499769
    Electronic Address: msilber@univ.haifa.ac.il

    2.  Higher Education

    1986-1989, B.A. Tel Aviv University, Jewish History and Educational Counseling, cum laude (August 1988).
    1989-1994, M.A. Tel Aviv University, Jewish History, cum laude (April 1994).
    1994-2001, Ph.D. Jewish History, cum laude (September 2001).
     
     
    3.  Academic Ranks and Tenure in Institutes of Higher Education

    Dates
               Institutions and departments                                      Ranks
    1992-2002, Tel Aviv University, Department of Jewish History, External Teacher.
         1997-2001, Tel Aviv University, Diaspora Research Institute, Research Assistant.
         2001-2002, Tel Aviv University, Diaspora Research Institute, Instructor.
         2002-2003, University of Pennsylvania, Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, Fellow.
         2003-2004, University of Haifa, Department of Jewish History, lecturer (proposed
            rank).
    2004- 2010, University of Haifa, Department of Jewish History, lecturer.
    2010-         University of Haifa, Department of Jewish History, senior lecturer (USA equivalent: Associate Professor).
     
    4.  Languages:
     
    Speaks, reads and writes: Hebrew, Yiddish, Spanish, English.
    Reads: German, Polish, French, Ladino, Lithuanian.
     
    5.  Offices in University Academic Administration

    2005-               Member of the M.A. department’s committee
         2006:               Initiator of the agreement of academic cooperation between University of Haifa and PAN (Polska Akademia Nauk - Polish Academy of Sciences).
    2007-               Coordinator of the program on the history of the Polish and East-European Jewry, department of Jewish History.
    2009-                           Coordinator of the program devoted to citizenship questions, department of Jewish History.
    2010-2012       Chair, Forum on the history of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel. (Ha-bamah le-Toldot Eretz Israel ve-'am Israel).
    2012-               Chair, Department of Multidisciplinary Studies
     
     
    6.  Scholarly Positions and Activities outside the University

    Editorial Board:
    1997-2002,      Editorial Secretary and Book Review Editor, Galed, on the History of the Jews in Poland.
    2002-2003,      Associate Editor, Galed, on the History of the Jews in Poland.
    2004-2008              Editorial board, Jews in Russia and Eastern Europe.
    2011-               Member of the editorial board of the Enzyklopädie jüdischer Geschichte und Kultur (EJGK), Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Main editor: Prof. Dan Diner.
    2012-               Editorial Board, Moreshet, Journal for the Study of the Holocaust and Antisemitism.
     
     
    Referee for:
    Journals and Publishers:
    2003: Haifa University Press
    2008: Yiunim Li-tekumat Israel.
    2010: Yiunim Li-tekumat Israel, Zion, Israel.
    2011: Zion, Israel, Zemanim, Bahat Prise (Haifa University Press)
    2012: Zion, The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History Press.
    2013: Zion, The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History Press; Galed.
    Foundations
    2003:               Israel Academy of Science.
    2007-                           Member of the Board of "Egit Foundation" award to books devoted to topics related to the Holocaust.
    2010:               Israel Academy of Science.
    2013:               Israel Academy of Science.
    2014:               Member of the the Mendele prize commission for significant accomplishments in Yiddish literature
     
    Participation in Research Groups:
    2005-2007       Co-chair of the Research Project: Mutual Perceptions of Poles and Jews in the Public Sphere. University of Haifa and Institute of Literature Research, Polish Academy of Sciences      
    2008-2010       Member of the research Group Lithuanian Jewry, Lithuanian Institute of History and Lithuanian State Science and Studies Foundation.
    2008-2010       Member of the research Group: Central and Eastern European      Influences on Zionism and Israel. The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.
    2012-2013       Member of the organizing committee: The Immigrant and its Shadow in Modern History, University of Haifa
     
    Professional Institutions:
    2011-               Member of the board of governors of the Israeli Historical Society.
    2012-        Member of the board of the Israeli Inter-Universitary Academic Partnership in Russian and East European Studies.
    2014-               Chair: Israeli inter-Universitary Partnershp on Russian and East European Studies.
  • Courses
  • Publications
    A. Ph.D. DISSERTATION
     
    'The New Poland will Nurture all of its Children': The Efforts in Central Europe to Achieve Autonomy for the Jews of Congress Poland during World War I, (Hebrew). 454 pages. The thesis, supervised by Prof. Mattityahu Mintz and Prof. Arieh Gartner, was submitted to the Senate of Tel Aviv University in February 2001. Summa Cum Laude.
     
    B. Scientific books (Referred)
     
    Authored Books
     
      1.  Different Nationality, equal citizenship: The Autonomistic Efforts in Poland during WWI, (Hebrew, Diaspora Research Institute, Tel Aviv University Press 2014).
     
    C. Edited
     
      2.  Documents on Israeli-Polish Relations 1945-1967 (Editor, with Szymon Rudnicki), Jerusalem: Israeli State Archive Press, 2009. (Hebrew) 802 pages.
     
    2a. Stosunki Polski-Izraelski (1945-1967), wybór dokumentów. Warsaw: NDAP, 2009, 739 pages. (Coedited with Szymon Rudnicki) 715 pages. (Polish version of 2)
     
      3.  Poles and Jews in the Public Sphere – Mutual Perceptions, Schwerpunkt in Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook VII (2008): 115-251.
     
      4.  * Jewish Participation in Municipal Self-Administrations in East-Central Europe, Schwerpunkt in Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook, X (2011): 115-208.
     
    D. ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
     
       
    Published
     
    1.  "Poalei Zion in Austria in world War I and the Jews' Struggle for National Autonomy in Galicia and Poland", (Hebrew) Zionism, Studies in the History of the Zionist Movement, 22 (2000): 99-128
    2.  "German and Polish Authorities and the Regulation of the Jewish Community during the First World War", (Hebrew), Gal-Ed, on the History of the Jews in Poland, XVIII (2002): 173-186.
    3.  "Meir Balaban and his Political Activity in Poland during World War  I", (Hebrew) Shvut, Studies in Russian and East-European Jewish History and Culture, 11 no. 27 (2002-2003): 139-158.
     5a Hebrew version: "'Klal Israel' and Polish Jewry: the Formulation of a Joint Political Program of the Jews of Poland during WWI", (Hebrew) in: The Jewish People Today, Essays in Honor of Yosef Gorny, ed. by Eliezer Ben-Refael, Avi Bareli, Meir Chazan and Ofer Shiff, Yad Izhak Ben Zvu and The Chaim Weizman Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel, Tel Aviv University, Jerusalem 2009, pp. 298-316.
    6.  "S. Dubnow, the Idea of Diaspora Nationalism and its Dissemination", (Hebrew) Iyunim Bitkumat Israel, Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, (2005), 15: 83-101.
    7.  "Ruling Practices and Multiple Cultures - Jews, Poles, and Germans in Łódź during WWI", Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook (2006), V: 189-208.
    9.  "Immigrants from Poland want Go Back in the 1950's", Journal of Israeli History, 27, 2 (2008): 201-219.
    12.* "Foreigners or co-nationals? Israel, Poland, and Polish Jewry (1948–1967)" , Journal of Israeli History, 29 no 2 (2010) 213-232.
    14. * "Einleitung  in den Schwerpunkt – Juden an den ostmitteleuropäischen Selbstverwaltungen" (with Hanna Kozińska-Witt), Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook, X (2011), 115-124.
    15.* "Motifs as seismograph: Kazimierz, the Vistula and the Yiddish filmmakers in Interwar Poland", Gal-ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry, XXIII (2012), 37-57
    E. Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books
    (which are not Conference Proceedings)
     
    Published
      1.  "'Haas' Legions' – A World War I Attempt to transform the Jews into a Recognized Nation", (Hebrew) in: Old World – New People, Jewish Communities in the Age of Modernization, in Honor of Professor Israel Oppenheim, ed. by Eli Tzur, Machon Ben Gurion, Sde Boker 2005, pp. 5-19.
      2.  "The Metamorphosis of Pre-Dubnovian Autonomism into Diaspora Jewish-Nationalism", in: Homlands and Diasporas: Greeks, Jews and their Migrations, ed. Minna Rozen. London: I.B.Taurus 2008, pp. 235-255, 391-400.
      3.  "Swoi i obcy - Izrael, Polska i Żydzi w Polsce (1948 - 1967): Zwięzłe prolegomena do stałego Problemu [Ours and strangers – Israel, Poland and the Jews in Poland (1948-1967) – A brief prolegomenon to a constant issue], in: Brzemię pamięci, współczesne stosunki polsko-izraelskie, Elżbieta Kossewska (ed.). Warsaw: Neriton 2009, pp.31-53.
      4.  * "'An Agreement between Poles and Jews will not be in vain' The Committee for the East and the NKN on National Autonomy for Polish Jewry", in Jolanta Żyndul (ed.), Parlamentaryzm, konserwatyzm, Nacjonalizm, Studia ofiarowane Profesorowi Szymonowi Rudnickiemu, Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Sejmowe, 2010, 178-212.
      5.  * "Sightseeing and Nearsightedness. Tours in Vilna of the Late 1930s and the Right to the City", in: Nicolas Berg/Omar Kamil/Markus Kirchhoff/Susanne Zepp, Konstellationen. Über Geschichte, Erfahrung und Erkenntnis. Festschrift für Dan Diner zum 65. Geburtstag, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecth. 2011: 125–141.
      6.  * "Lithuania? But Which? The Changing Political Attitude of the Jewish Political Elite in East Central Europe toward Emerging Lithuania, 1915–1919 ", in: Vladas Sirutavičius and Darius Staliūnas (eds.), A Pragmatic Allience, Jewish-Lithuanian Political Cooperation at the beginning of the 20th Century, Budapest–New York: Central European University Press, 2011: 119-157.
    7.   * "​Which Poland is desired? Jewish political attiudes toward Polish statehood during the First World War", in: Jew, Pole, Legionary 1914-1920, ed. Artur Tanikowski, Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich, 2014: 59-82.
    7a * "Polska, ale jaka? Żydowskie poglądy polityczne wobec państwowości polskiej w okresie I wojny światowej", in: Żyd, Polak, legionista 1914–1920, ed. Artur Tanikowski, Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich, 2014: 59-82.
     
     
    F. Entries in Encyclopedias
     
    1.  The YIVO encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe, Yale University Press 2008. Peer Reviewed.
    "Bergson family"
    "Crafts"
    "Credit"
    "Hantke, Bernard Ludwik"
    "Hashomer Hatsair"
    "Natanson family"
     
    2.  Ha-Avot ha-meyasdim encyclopedia, The National Library in Jerusalem (Digital project, http://avot.cet.ac.il/).
    "Shimon Dubnow".
     
    3.  * Enzyklopädie jüdischer Geschichte und Kultur (EJGK), Stuttgart-Weimer: J.B. Metzler, 2011- . Peer Reviewed.
    * "Aschkenasim", Vol. 1 (2011), 168-171.
    * "Handwerk", Vol. 2 (2011), 534-539.
    * "Łódź" Vol. 3 (2012), 555-561.
    * "Professions", Forthcomming.
    * "National Councils", Forthcomming.
    * “Tarbut”, Forthcomming.
    * Yidishland”, Forthcomming.
     
    G. Articles in Conference Proceedings
      1.  "Polskie motywy narodowe w kulturze syjonistycznej", in: Żebro Mesjasza, ed. Monika Gabrys and Dorota Krawczyńska, Warsaw: IBL Polish Academy of Sciences, ŻIH and Dom Spotkań z Historią, Warsaw 2009, pp.17-28.
      2.  * "The function of Kazimierz as a lieu de mémoire in Yiddish films in interwar Poland", in: Jerzy Malinowski, Renata Piątkowska and Tamara Sztyma - Knasiecka (eds.), Jewish artists and Central - Eastern Europe from the 19th century to the Second World War, Warsaw: Wydawnictwo DiG, 2010: 63-74
      
    H. Other Scientific Publcations
     
    1.  "Moshe Mishkinski, Bibliography", Gal-Ed, on the History of the Jews in Poland, 17 (2000), 29-36 (Hebrew pagination)
     
     
    3.  Dov Levin, The Litvaks: A Short History of the Jews in Lithuania. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 2000. 283 pp; Studies in Contemporary Jewry, Vol 21 (2005), 321-323.
     
    4.  Joshua Zimmerman, Poles Jews and the Politics of Nationality; The Bund and the Polish Socialist Party in Late Tsarist Russia 1892-1914, The University of Wisconsin Press 2004, Gal-Ed, on the History of the Jews in Poland, (Hebrew) Gal-Ed 21 (2007), pp. 170-176 (Hebrew pagination).
     
     
    6.  "Bloodlands: Topography, Chronology and Narrative: Reflections on Timothy Snyder's Bloodlands", (Hebrew), Yalkut Moreshet XC (2013)  
     
    6a. "Bloodlands: Topography, Chronology and Narrative: Reflections on Timothy Snyder's Bloodlands", (English), Yalkut Moreshet X (2013)
     
    I. Other Publications
    1.      Danit Gal & Marcos Silber, "The Cemetery", in: Yannis Megas, Images of the Jewish Community Salonika, 1897-1917, Athens, Kapon Editions, 1993, pp: 144-155.
     
    2.      "The KKL in Argentina: The Redemption of the Land and the Colonization of the Land of Israel", Israel, el Pueblo y su Tierra, No 2 (1994), pp. 44-58. (Spanish).
     
    3.      "The Keren Kayemeth Le-Israel in Argentina and the idea of Front and Rear", Israel, el Pueblo y su Tierra, No 3 (1995), pp. 47-58. (Spanish)
     
     
    5.      "Miriam is Hanele, Leizer is Wladek", Davka, Eretz Yiddish u-Tarbuta, No 2 (2007): 32-33, (Hebrew).
  • Participation in Conferences
     
    1.  Participation in Scholarly Conferences
    Active Participation in Israel
     
    Title of Presentation or Discussion
    Place and Dates
    Conference
     
    "German Authorities, Polish Authorities and the Negotiation for constitution of the 'Jewish Religious Society' during WWI" (Hebrew)
    University of Haifa, 6.6.2000
    The Inter-university Annual Conference on the History of the Polish Jewry
    1
    "The Yiddish Question in the Educational System in Poland during WWI" (Hebrew)
    University of Haifa, 26-28 November 2000
    Yiddish: Culture, Ideology and Politics
    2
    "An Attempt to develop a joint political program for the Jews of Poland during World War I" (Hebrew)
    Tel Aviv University, 29.4.2002
    The Bund and the Zionist Movement, Rivals and Partners, Seminar marking the Hebrew Translation of Mark Edelman's The Fighting Ghetto
    3
    "Exclusion by Means of Inclusion: The Formation of the Polish Republic and the Jews (1917-1918)" (Hebrew)
    University of Haifa, 8-9.12.2003
    Polish Jewry in the Second World War and in light of Recent Studies
    4
    "Dubnov, Dubvovism and Territorial Nationalism" (Hebrew)
    Tel Aviv University, 24.4.2004
    The Intelectual and the Zionist Movement, Conference marking the publication of Shalom Ratzavi's Book: Between Zionism and Judaism, the Radical circle of Brith Shalom
     
    5
    "Diaspora Nationalism and the Nation State: The Jewish East-European Model" (Hebrew)
    Zalman Shazar Center, The Israeli Historical Society, 28-30.12.2004
    Back to the Politics: The Modern State and Sovereignity, 28th Annual Historical Conference
     
    6
    "Jews, Poles and Germans in Lodz during World War I: Multiple Cultures and Multiculturalism as Strategies of Hegemony"
    University of Haifa, 19-20 December 2004
    Jews in a Multi-Ethnic Network
    7
    "Evolution, Moderation, Integration: Poalei-Tzion in the Austrian Empire" (Hebrew)
    Tel Aviv University, 12.1.2005
    Poale-Tzion and Jewish Socialist Movement. Conference in Honor of Prof. Matityahu Mintz
    8
    "Jewish Nationalism and Polish Nationalism, Mutual Fears and Images", (Hebrew)
    Tel Aviv University and Ben Gurion University in the Negev, 24-26.1.2006
    Jewish Nationalism, between Particularism and Universalism, Conference in Honor of Prof. Yosef Gorni
    9
    "The Poltava man and Galicians: Unconditional Love" (Hebrew)
    Tel Aviv University, 29.5.1006
    Poltava Conference, The centennial anniversary of the Poltava Conference (Ukraine, 1906), and the beginning of the  Jewish Socialism
    10
    "Universal Citizenship. Differential Citizenship and the Appeal of Diaspora Nationalism"
    Tel Aviv University,
     5-6 June 2006
    International Conference, East European Jewish Modernity: Legacies, Dialogues, Comparisons
    11
    "From both sides of the Screen: Poles and Jews in the Polish and Yiddish Cinema in Poland in the Interwar Period"
    University of Haifa,  19 December 2006
    International Conference, Mutual Perceptions of Poles and Jews in the Public Sphere
     
    12
    "Yidl as Janus, Yiddish Cinema in Poland, a Story of Jews and Poles"
    University of Haifa, 25-26 December 2006
    The Cultural Geography of Modern Yiddish, International Conference
    13
    "When Conscience weave with Realpolitik, Poland The Holocaust and the Jewish State"(Hebrew)
    University of Haifa, 26-27 November 2007
    60 Years to November 29th, The Holocaust and the Creation of the State of Israel
    14
    "Ashkenazis – Is it something like this? Reflections and Objections on 'Ashkenazis' as an analytical category" (Hebrew)
    Tel Aviv University, 27-28 February 2008
     
    The Ashkenazis
    15
    "Ambivalent Citizenship – The Construction of Jewish Citizenship in Emergent Poland (1915-1918)".
    Hebrew University of Jerusalem, March 17-19, 2009
    Between Coexistence and Divorce: 25 Years of Research on the History and Culture of Polish Jewry and Polish Jewish Relations
    16
    "Last summer in Vilna: a Real and imagined Journey in Vilna of the late 30th"
    University of Haifa, 31 March 2009-2 April 2009.
    The Vanished City, the Urban Space in Poland during Recent Generations.
    17
    "Last summer in Vilna: Real and Imagined Journeys in Vilna of 1939"
    Open University, Ra'anana, 8 April 2010
    Identity and Space, the annual conference of the Israeli Historical Society.
    18
    Our People or Foreigners? Israel, Poland, and Polish Jewry (1948-1967)
    Tel Aviv University, March 2, 2010
    Israeli-Polish Diplomatic Relations – 60 Years later
    19
    Autonomism as an Instrument in the Politics of Difference – The Case of Poland and Lithuania 1915-19120.
    The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, Jerusalem, December 6, 2010
    Simon Dubnow – Life, Work and Legacy
    20
    Poland, the State of Israel and the Jewish Migration" (Hebrew).
     
    Zalman Shazar Centre, Jerusalem, The Israeli Historical Society, 5th January 2012
    The Jewish Migration and its destinations. Conference in Memory of Prof. Arieh Lloyd Gartner.
    21
    Ambivalent Citizenship – The Construction of the Jewish Citizen in Emergent Poland (1916–1919)
    Ben Gurion University, March 6th, 2012
    The Jews in Eastern Europe – Politics, Education and Health
     
    22
    Strangers or Co-nationals? Israel, Poland, and Polish Jewry (1948-1967)
    University of Haifa,  June 25-27th, 2012
    Association for  Israeli Studies
    23
    Sightseeing and Nearsightedness: Tours in Vilna of the late 1930s and the Right to the City
    University of Haifa and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, October 29-31, 2012
    Competing Histories and Conflicted Spaces
    24
    Sightseeing and Nearsightedness: Tours in
    Vilna of the Late 1930s
    University of Haifa, November 20th 2012
    Traces of Memory
    25
    Jewish migration from and to Poland drung the 50’s. The Individual vis-à-vis the state apparatus
    University of Haifa, June 16th, 2013.
    the 36th annual conference of the Israeli Historical Society: "Migrants, refugees and vagabunds"
    26
    Foreigners or co-nationals? The Construction of Jewish Citizenship in Occupied Poland during WWI
    The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History
    the 36th annual conference of the Israeli Historical Society: First World War – a Hundred year After: Local and Global Perspectives
    27
    Active Participation Abroad
     
    Title of Presentation or Discussion
    Place and Dates
    Conference
     
    “Doubnov et l’autonomisme: analyse du passé et pronostic de l’avenir”. (Dubnow and the Autonomism, Analysis of the past, perspectives of the future. (French).
    Collége des études juives de l’Alliance israélite universelle, Paris, 15-19.11.2000
    Klal Israel, L'unité du peuple juif à l’ére de la mondialisation (Klal Israel, the unity of the Jewish People in the age of globalization)
    1
    “Empowerment or Disempowerment: Jews and Minority Rights in Lithuania During World War I”
    Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, , May 5-7, 2003
    Jewish History and Culture in Eastern Europe, Ninth Annual Gruss Colloquium in Judaic Studies
    2
    "The 'Conversion' of Polish National Motives into the New Zionist Hebrew Culture – and its Denial"
    PAN (Polish Academy of Sciences), Warsaw 5-9 March 2008
    Żydowski Marzec 1968 (Jewish March 1968)
    3
    "Polish motifs in Zionist Films".
    Gdansk, 5-7 April 2008,
    Israeli Days – Israel and the Baltic
    4
    "Polish and Yiddish films in the context of the culture of Polish Jews in the interwar period"
    PAN (Polish Academy of Sciences), Warsaw October 19th-22sd 2008
    Polish and Jewish Intelligentsia during the firs part of the 20th Century
    5
    "Kazimierz as a Motif in Yiddish Films in interwar Poland"
    Kazimierz on the Vistula River, October 27th-29th
    The First International Congress of Jewish Art in Poland
    6
    "Israeli-Polish Diplomatic Relations (1948-1967), Their Importance in Israeli Eyes"
    Warsaw University 25-27 November 2008
    Israel and Poland, Today and Tomorrow: Politics, Society and Economy,
    7
    Keynote lecture:
    "Ambivalent Citizenship – The Construction of Jewish Belonging in Emergent Poland (1915-1918)"
     
    Leipzig, Simon-Dubnow-Institut für jüdische Geschichte und Kultur,
    May 4th-5th,  2009
    Zwischen Imperialität und Nationalstaat:
    Jüdische Partizipation in ostmitteleuropäischen Selbstverwaltungen, 1918–1939
     
    8
    Radni Żydzi, Polacy i Niemcy w Łodzi w czasie I Wojny Światowej (Polish)
    University of Rzeszow, October 23rd-24th 2009
    Radni żydowscy w samorządach miejskich Drugiej Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej, perspektywa porównawcza
     
    9
    Our People or Foreigners? Israel, Poland, and Polish Jewry (1948-1967)
    University of Toronto, 10-12 May 2010
    Israel in the World, 26th Annual conference of the Association for Israel Studies
    10
     Purifying societies – Migration and Return, Israel and Poland during the 1950's
    Philadelphia, Temple University, April 11, 2011.
    Absent but Present: The Impact of Jewish Migration on Sending Societies
    11
    To stay or go? To return! Return Migration from Palestine/Israel
    to Poland until the early '50s
    Warsaw, German Historical Institute, December, 5–7 December 2011
    To stay or go? Jews in Europe in the immediate aftermath of the Holocaust
    12
    Ambivalent Citizenship – The Construction of the Jewish Citizen in Emergent Poland (1916–1919)
    Warsaw, Polish Academy of Sciences, January 26–27, 2012
    Social Roles and Nationalities
    13
    Bloodlands topography
    Leipzig, Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University
    Exloring "Bloodlands" Topography and Narration of Mass Violence in Eastern Europe 1933-1945
    14
    Viewing the Reality with Austrian Glasses? Thon and Landespolitik till 1918
    Cracow, Jagiellonian University and University of Warsaw, October3rd-4th 2012
    Jehoshua Ozjasz Thon (1870-1936): His Life, Thought and Activities
    15
    Two Schools of Jewish Politics? Galician Zionists, Polish Zionists and Landespolitik 1918-1922.
    Berlin, Center for Historical Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, November 9-10, 2012
    Phantomgrenzen in Ostmitteleuropa: Borders between the Former Partitions and Political Culture in the Polish Second Republic
    16
    Politics of Interim: The Jewish National Councils in East-Central Europe 1917-1919
    Leipzig, Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University, 12–13 June 2014
    "Jewish Questions" in International Politics – Diplomacy, Rights and Intervention
     
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    b. Organization of Conferences and workshops.
     
     
    Conference
    Place and date
    1
    Chair of the organizing committee of the International Conference and Workshop: Mutual Perceptions of Poles and Jews in the Public Sphere,
    University of Haifa, 19-20 December 2006.
    2
    Member of the organizing committee of the 32th annual conference of the Israeli Historical Society "Israelisation – Society and Culture in constant formation".
    Jerusalem, The Shazar Center and the Israeli Historical Society, 14-15 July, 2008.
    3
    Member of the organizing committee of the International workshop "The Vanished City, the Urban Space in Poland during Recent Generations"
    University of Haifa, 31 March 2009-2 April 2009.
    3
    Chair of the organizing committee  of the International Conference: Anti-Semitism and Anti Anti-Semitism in Poland 1936-2009.
    University of Haifa. April 17th 2012
    5
    Chair of the organizing Committee: Traces of Memory in Poland and Israel.
    University of Haifa, November 20th, 2012.
    6
    Member of the organizing committee of the monthly workshop "The immigrant and its Shadow in the Modern History
    University of Haifa, 2012-2013.
    7
    Chair of the organizing committee of the 36th annual conference of the Israeli Historical Society: "Migrants, refugees and vagabunds"
    University of Haifa, June 16th, 2013.
     
    7. Colloquium Talks and other Invited Addresses
    "Jewish Youth in Poland in the Interwar Period and the Work for the Diaspora" (Hebrew).
    Yad Yaari and Giv'at Haviva, 21 February 2007
    Before Darkness Fell, Hashomer Hatzair in Poland and Galicia 1930-1940, Conference devoted to Eli Tzur's Book: Before the Darkness Fell, (Ben Gurion University Press 2006)
    1
    "Another myth of No Return: Jews Poles want Home, to Poland in the fiftieth" (Hebrew).
    Zalman Shazar Centre, Jerusalem, The Israeli Historical Society, 28th June 2007
    Conference in Honor of Prof. Arieh Lloyd Gartner
    2
    “ Poland, the State of Israel and the Jewish Migration” (Hebrew).
    Zalman Shazar Centre, Jerusalem, The Israeli Historical Society, 5th January 2012.
    The Jewish Migrations and its Destinations. Conference in Memory of Prof. Arieh Lloyd Gartner.
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