Adjunct Researcher – Niv Perelsztejn
Niv Perelsztejn is a PhD candidate and the first Wolfson Chair Doctoral Fellow in Jewish Thought at the Department of Jewish History, University of Haifa. His research deals with the history of philosophy and with trans-national and cross-cultural modern intellectual history. His focus is on the history of Middle Eastern, Jewish and Israeli-Palestinian philosophy, intellectualism and messianism, as well as on the History of 20th century philosophy and Imperialism and, also, on the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas. Mr. Perelsztejn also has a long record of social and educational activity, working with students and youths from different social, religious and cultural backgrounds.
2021 – PhD, Wolfson Chair Doctoral Fellowship in Jewish Thought, Department of Jewish Studies, University of Haifa. Supervised by Dr. Cedric Cohen Skalli (University of Haifa) and Dr. Arie M. Dubnov (The George Washington University)
2013 – 2015 B.A. in Modern Jewish history and philosophy, 20th century philosophy, Dept. of Jewish History, University of Haifa.