I. CURRICULUM VITAE 1. Personal Details Name: Raphael Cohen Almagor
University Address: School of Politics, Philosophy and International Studies
The University of Hull
Hull, HU6 7RX
Fax Number: 0044-1482-466208.
Blog Israeli Politics: http://almagor.blogspot.com
ACADEMIC INTERESTS Fields of Specialization Academic freedom; Arab-Israeli conflict; Freedom of Expression; Human rights; Internet studies; Israel studies; Media ethics; Medical ethics; Multiculturalism; Political extremism; Political philosophy.
2. Higher Education Tel Aviv University (November 1983 July 1985), Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, Sociology and Anthropology awarded in June 1986. GPA: 89/100 (Magna cum Laude).
- Tel Aviv University (November 1985 July 1987), Master’s Degree in Political Science awarded in June 1988. GPA: 94/100 (Magna cum Laude).
- Oxford University (October 1987 - August 1991), D. Phil. in Politics (awarded in March 1992).
3. Academic Positions in Institutes of Higher Education
NAMES OF INSTITUTION AND DEPARTMENT
Department of Political Science, Bar-Ilan University
The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Department of Communication & Faculty of Law, University of Haifa
School of Law and Department of Communication, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
Visiting Yitzhak-Rabin Fulbright Professor
Department of Communication, Library & Information Studies,
University of Haifa
Institute for Policy Studies, and the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University
Senior Fellowship at the Institute and Visiting Professorship at the Advanced Studies Program
Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Hull
Professor and Chair in Politics
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
4. Offices in Academic Administration Chairperson, Library and Information Studies, University of Haifa (2000-2003).
Director, Center for Democratic Studies, University of Haifa (2003-2007). See http://cds.haifa.ac.il/
(Acting) Deputy Dean for Research, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Hull (2008-2009).
Director, Middle East Study Group (MESG), University of Hull (2008 - ), http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/me-study-group.aspx
Equality and Diversity Champion, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Hull (2012-2014).
5. Scholarly and Public Positions/Activities Outside the University
(since 1995, selective list) International Advisory Board, Center for Bioethics, University of Rijeka, Croatia (1994-1995).
Director, Medical Ethics Think-tank, and Senior Fellow, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute (1995-1998).
The Israel Press Council (1997-2000).
Member, Public Committee on the Dying Patient, Ministry of Health, Jerusalem (2000-2002) (appointed to draft Israel’s Dying Patient Law).
Consultant, Israeli Parliament (education, health, and legislative committees) (2000-2007).
Consultant, Israel Ministry of Health, Jerusalem (2013).
Memberships and Fellowships Fellow, The 21st Century Trust (1994-2012). http://www.21stcenturytrust.org/;
Member of: International Political Science Association (IPSA) Study Group on Democratization in Comparative Perspective (1993 - ); The Israel Association for Canadian Studies (1995 - ); The UNESCO International Clearinghouse on Children and Violence on the Screen (1998 - ); Human Rights International Research Committee (1998 - ); Think-tank on Social Justice and Health Rights, The Gertner Institute, Ministry of Health (1999 -); Bashaar - Academic Community for Israeli Society (2000 - ); International Standing Group on Extremism and Democracy (2001 - ); Institute of Communication Ethics, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom (2005 - ); Institute of Applied Ethics, University of Hull (2007 - ); Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) (2008 - ); Association for Israel Studies (2008 - ); Standing Group on International Political Theory (2008 - ); Association of Internet Researchers (2008 -); The Internet Society (2008 -); International Human Rights Tribunal (2009 - ); European Association of Israel Studies (EAIS) (2011 - ); Association of Law and Mental Health (2013 - ).
Refereeing Reader for: Ottawa L. Rev. (1997); International Journal of Middle East Studies (1999); UBC Law Review (2000); The Israel Communication Association (2000-2006, 2010-2011); International Journal of Politics and Ethics (2001); Journal of Palliative Care (2001, 2004, 2005); PATUACH (Hebrew, 2002); Communication Research (2002); Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics (2002-2004); State and Society (Hebrew, 2003, 2006); Canadian J. of Communication (2004, 2009); The American Journal of Bioethics (2006); The Public Sphere (2006, Hebrew); Political Studies (2007); Cambridge Rev. of International Affairs (2007); Journalism Studies (2007); Bioethics (2007, 2010, 2011); Ethical Theory and Moral Practice (2008); Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine (2008); Journal of Medical Ethics (2008, 2013); Communication, Culture and Critique (2008-2009);Journal of Legislative Studies (2009); Law and Policy (2009); Journal of Law, Technology & Society (2009); Philosophia (2009); Science and Engineering Ethics (2009-2014); Mediterranean Politics (2010); International Journal of Multimedia Intelligence and Security (IJMIS) (2010); Ethnicities (2010); Israel Affairs (2010); Ratio Juris (2010); European Conference in Intelligence Security Informatics(2011); Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media (2011); Media Frameworks (2011, Hebrew); Asian Journal of Communication (2011-2012); Cooperation and Conflict (2012); Open Journal of Philosophy (2012); Security Dialogue (2012); Quebec Studies (2012); Canadian Social Science (2012); Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal (2012); History Research (2012); Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective (2011-2013); International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (2012-2013); British Medical Journal (BMJ) (2013); Res Publica (2013); BMC Health Services Research (2013); International Journal of Press/Politics (2013); International Relations and Diplomacy (2013-2014).
Referee, research proposals for: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities (2001-2002); INTAS (International Association for East-West Scientific Co-operation) Young Scientist Fellowships (2002-2003); German-Israel Foundation (GIF) (2008, 2013); ESRC (2010); The Israel Ministry of Science and Technology (2010); The Ministry of Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia (2010); European Research Council (2013).
Reader in political theory for: Palgrave (2001).
Reader in communication studies for: The University of Haifa Press (2002); The Open University Press (Israel) (2012); Resling Publisher (Hebrew) (2012).
Reader in medical ethics for: Magnes - The Hebrew University Press (2006); Springer (2007-2008, 2013); OUP (2013).
Reader in medical law for: Springer (2010-2011).
Reader in political extremism for: Routledge (2011).
Reader in politics for: Edinburgh University Press (2012).
Reader in military ethics for: Ashgate (2012).
Reader in media ethics for: Sage (2013); Wiley Blackwell (2013).
Journal Editorial and Advisory Boards Editorial Board, Ethical Space: International Journal of Communication Ethics, http://www.communicationethics.net/espace/ (2003 - ).
Advisory Board, European Journal of Analytic Philosophy, https://www.ffri.hr/phil/casopis/ (2005 - ).
International Editorial Board, Science and Engineering Ethics, http://www.springerlink.com/content/120482/?MUD=MP (2005 - ).
Honorary Editorial Board, Medicolegal and Bioethics, http://www.dovepress.com/medicolegal-and-bioethics-journal (2010 - ).
Editorial Board, Open Journal of Philosophy, http://www.scirp.org/journal/ojpp/ (2011 - ).
Associate Editor, British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, http://www.sciencedomain.org/journal-home.php?id=21(2012 - ). Editorial Board, Canadian Social Science, http://cscanada.net/index.php/css/ (2012 - ). Editorial Board, History Research, http://www.davidpublishing.com/journals_info.asp?jId=642# (2012 - ).
6. Organization of International and National Conferences (Chairperson of the Organization Committees) (since 1997):
PLACE AND DATES
International Conference: Ethics, Law and Communication in an Era of Political Violence and Extremism: An Examination of the Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance in Liberal Democracies
University of Haifa
(28-31 January 1997)
International Conference: Medical Ethics at the Close of the 20th Century
The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
(4-8 January 1998)
Library and Information Studies, Research Conferences of the Hebrew University, Bar-Ilan University, and the University of Haifa
University of Haifa
(3 April 2003)
Treating the Dying Patients
University of Haifa
(25 May 2005)
Freedom of Expression and the Disengagement Plan (Gaza First)
University of Haifa
(20 December 2005)
Democracy in the Kibbutz
University of Haifa
(4 June 2006)
Prospects for Peace in the Middle East
University of Hull
Organizer of the Isaiah Berlin Lecture, University of Haifa (1998) (Lecturer: Prof. G.A. Cohen, All Souls, Oxford, United Kingdom).
Organizer of the Isaiah Berlin Lecture, University of Haifa (2005) (Lecturer: Prof. Susan Mendus, York University, United Kingdom).
Co-organizer of the Law-Politics Annual Lecture, University of Hull (2009-2012).
7. Active Participation in Scholarly Conferences
(Since 1995, selective list)
PLACE AND DATES
TITLE OF PRESENTATION OR DISCUSSION
International Conference: Nationalism, Culture and Minority Rights in the Middle East
The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland
(3-5 March 1995)
Plenary Session: “Female
Circumcision, Murder for Family
Honour and Blood Feuds in
Cultural Minorities in Israel”
17th IVR World Congress
(16-21 June 1995)
“Administrative Detention in Israel with Special References to Its Employment as a Means to Combat Political Extremism”;
Chairperson of Working Group on Deviance and Criminal Law Entering the New Millennium
Third International Jerusalem Conference on Ethics in the Public Service
(26-29 June 1995)
“Do People Have a Right to Die with Dignity? Liberal and Halachic Perspectives”;
Chairperson of Parallel Session I on Ethics, Politics and the Medical Profession
International Symposium: Biotechnological Challenges for Law & Ethics
The Rockefeller Center
(6-11 August 1995)
“The Patients’ Right to Die with Dignity and the Role of Their Beloved People”
International Workshop: Managing the World: new steps towards global governance, organized by The 21st Century Trust & Professor Fred Halliday
Madingley Hall, Cambridge, England (12-17 October 1995)
Plenary Session: “The Role of the UN Secretary General in the Events Leading to the Outbreak of the Six Day War”
The 12th National Workshop on Teaching of Ethics in Journalism
Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal (28-30 October 2009)
Plenary Session: “In Internet's
Way: How Terrorists Use the
Internet, and What Can Be Done to Counter Their Activities?”
Fourth International Conference on Applied Ethics
Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan (12-16 November 2009)
Keynote Lecture: “Moral Responsibility and Social Responsibility on the Internet”
Virtual Communication, Collaboration and Conflict
University of Hull
(19-20 March 2010)
Plenary Session: “Moral
Responsibility and Social
Networking: The Megan
Hate Versus Democracy on the Internet
Fordham Center on Law and Information Policy, NY (25-26 March 2010)
Invited Panelist, Plenary
Session: “Hate on the Internet”
Perspectives beyond War and Crisis III: What kind of Palestinian State for what kind of Peace?
The Vienna Institute for International Dialogue and Cooperation (VIDC) (23 November 2010)
Invited Panelist, Plenary Opening Session: “Perspectives on State Formation in Palestine – a Road to a Failed (Non-) State?”
Tackling Online Jihad: Understanding the Issues and How to Respond
Wilton Park (31 January-2 February 2011)
Closed conference, by invitation only
Think Global -- Hate Local
Northampton University (15 April 2011)
Invited Panelist, Plenary
Session: “Hate on the Internet”
Liberal Wars: Strategy, History, Ideology
University of Reading (6-7 July 2012)
Invited Panelist, “Just and Unjust Wars: A Study of the Israeli Wars”
Israel – Palestine 2020 – La guerre de l’eau aura-t-elle lieu ?
University of Angers
(30 November – 1 December 2013)
Keynote Lecture: “Why Two-State Solution?”; Participant in the closing round-table
8. Colloquium Talks and Other Invited Addresses
(Since 1995, Selective List) “On Decisions to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment”, The Centre de recherche en droit public, Faculte de droit Colloquium, Universite de Montreal (7 September 1995), and Hampshire College, Amherst, Mass. (12 September 1995).
“Boundaries to Free Expression: An Analysis of the Offence to Sensibilities Argument”, Law Faculty Colloquium, Bar-Ilan University (23 January 1996).
“Tolerance and Political Extremism in Israel”, an evening dedicated to my book The Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance: The Struggle Against Kahanism in Israel, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute (11 March 1996).
“Boundaries of Freedom of Expression: How Should We Confront Incitement?”, Research Colloquium, La Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City (25 June 1996).
Evening Address: “The Right to Demonstrate v. the Right to Privacy: Picketing Private Homes of Public Officials”, La Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Palermo, Buenos Aires (11 August 1997).
“A Circumscribed Plea for Active Euthanasia”, Biomedical Ethics Colloquium, McGill University (17 September 1998).
“Limits to Freedom of Speech: The Case of Incitement”, Faculty of Law Colloquium, University of Montreal (17 September 1998).
“Limits to Freedom of the Press: The Case of Incitement and Media Ethics”, Centre for Refugee Studies Colloquium, York University, Toronto, Ontario (5 October 1998).
“The Catch of Democracy”, The Hastings Center, New York (17 March 1999).
“The Right to Die with Dignity and Mercy Killings”, The Hastings Center, New York (18 March 1999).
“The Israel Supreme Court’s Decision on Torture: Critical Appraisal”, UCLA School of Law Seminar (21 October 1999).
“The Incitement Campaign Prior to Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s Assassination”, The Information Seminar, UCLA (3 February 2000).
“Why Incitement Should Be Excluded from the Free Speech Protection”, Center for International and Comparative Law Colloquium, University of Baltimore School of Law (10 April 2000)
“A Circumscribed Plea for Physician-assisted Suicide”, Center for the Study of Law, Science and Technology Colloquium, Arizona State University College of Law (25 April 2000); George Mason University School of Law Colloquium (12 April 2000).
Dinner Address: “Excluding Incitement from the Protection of the Free Speech Principle: Lessons from the Israeli Recent Experience”, University of Alberta Faculty of Law, Edmonton (29 May 2000).
“The Israeli Society and the Peace Process: Why Gaza First?”, Centre for Contemporary Middle East Studies Colloquium, University of Southern Denmark, Odense (8 February 2001).
“Journalists Facing Life-threatening Situations”, International Center for Ethics and Human Values, Mishkenot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem (10 June 2001).
“Language and Reality at the End of Life”, University College Faculty of Law Colloquium, London (23 January 2002).
“The Right to Die with Dignity”, book celebration, University of Birmingham Law School Colloquium (24 January 2002).
“A Circumscribed Plea for Physician-assisted Suicide”, book celebration, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford, in cooperation with Oxford University School of Medicine (25 January 2002).
“Israeli Society and the Peace Process: Time for Unilateral Steps”, Middle East Centre Colloquium, St. Antony’s College, Oxford (29 January 2002).
“The Right to Die with Dignity”, book celebration, The Rockefeller Foundation Center, Bellagio, Italy (7 February 2002).
"Breaking the Israeli-Palestinian Deadlock: The Gaza First Plan", The Rockefeller Foundation Center, Bellagio, Italy (14 February 2002).
"On Physician-assisted Suicide", The Dean's Monthly Luncheon Forum, Faculty of Humanities, University of Haifa (24 April 2002).
“Words that Wound: The Incitement Campaign Prior to Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s Assassination”, Department of Linguistics Colloquium, University of Vienna (2 December 2002).
"The Israeli Election System and the Forthcoming 2003 Elections", Department of Political Science, University of Vienna (two lectures on 3 and 4 December 2002).
"The Failed Peace Prospects in the Middle East – The Gaza First Plan", Department of Political Science and Law Faculty, Special Joint Colloquium, Gent University (4 February 2003).
"The Pitfalls in the Dutch Euthanasia Law and Practice", Cliniques Universitaires, St Luc Hospital, Brussels (5 February 2003).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands with Reflections on the New Belgian Law on Euthanasia", Department of Medical Sociology and Health Sciences Colloquium, Free University of Brussels (6 February 2003).
"The 2003 Elections in Israel and the Prospects for Peace in the Middle East", Department of Political Science, Université de Liège, Liège (7 February 2003).
"The Failed Peace Process in the Middle East", Vista University, Mamelodi, Pretoria (16 July 2003).
"Mistakes Along the Oslo Path", Vista University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa (10 July 2003); Pretoria Board of Deputies (15 July 2003).
"The Roots of the Arab-Israeli Palestinian Conflict", Vista University, Bloemfontein, South Africa (14 July 2003).
"Critique of the Dutch Euthanasia Policy", University of Windsor School of Law Colloquium (1 December 2003).
Distinguished Lecture, Manitoba School of Law, "Hate Speech and the Assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin", University of Manitoba School of Law, Winnipeg (15 January 2004).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands: Is It Heaven or Is It Hell?", University of Manitoba Ethics Center Distinguished Lecture, Winnipeg (16 January 2004).
The Samuel G. Dunn Lectureship in Medicine and the Humanities, "Language and Reality at the End of Life", Institute for the Medical Humanities, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas (3 February 2004).
"Conceptualizing the Right to Privacy: Helpful Distinctions and the Case of Princess Diana in Britain", University of Baltimore School of Law Colloquium (19 February 2004).
"The Scope of Tolerance", Case Western University School of Law Colloquium, Cleveland (23 February 2004).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands: The Policy and Practice of Mercy Killings", Department of Bioethics Colloquium, Case Western University, Cleveland (24 February 2004).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands", Department of Clinical Bioethics Colloquium, NIH, Bethesda (5 March 2004).
"On Coercion and Compromise", McGill University and University de Montreal Political Theory Workshop (19 March 2004).
"The Failed Peace Prospects in the Middle East: From Oslo to the Fence", Department of Political Science Colloquium, Concordia University (22 March 2004).
The Jonathan and Maxine Marshall Speaker Series Inaugural Lecture, "Liberalism, Liberty and Multiculturalism", Arizona State University Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict (2 April 2004).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands: The Policy and Practice of Mercy Killings and Other Concerns", Institute for Policy Studies Colloquium, Johns Hopkins University (18 May 2004).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands: Critical Observations", Phoebe R. Berman Bioethics Institute Colloquium, Johns Hopkins University (3 June 2004).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands: A Book Celebration", Tel Aviv University School of Law (28 October 2004).
"Why Incitement Should Be Excluded from the Protection of the Free Speech Principle? Lessons from the Israeli Experience", Department of Political Science Colloquium, Bar-Ilan University (11 January 2005).
"Media Coverage of Terrorism: Some Important Lessons", University of Leiden Political Science, International Relations and Law Joint Lecture (9 February 2005).
"Incitement 1993-1995 and 2000-2005: Lessons from the Israeli Experience", Department of Political Science Colloquium, University of Antwerp-UFSIA (14 February 2005).
"Political Extremism, Hate Speech and Incitement in Israel: An Overview", House of Parliament, Brussels (15 February 2005).
"The Middle East at the Crossroads", Department of Political Science, Université de Liège, Liège (16 February 2005).
"The Threats of Global Terrorism", Royal Military Academy, Brussels (17 February 2005).
Inaugural Lecture of the School of Applied Global Ethics: "Incitement, Hate Speech, and Freedom of Speech", Leeds Metropolitan University (18 April 2005).
"The Disengagement Plan and the Media: The Boundaries of Rebellion", The Israeli Bar Communication Committee, Tel Aviv (7 August 2005).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands", Fulbright Seminar on Bioethics, Bar Ilan/Cleveland Universities (15 January 2006).
"The Big Bangs in Israeli Politics", Lowy Institute for International Policy Colloquium, Sydney (21 February 2006).
"Liberalism and Multiculturalism", ANU Law Faculty Seminar Series, The Australian National University, Canberra (22 February 2006).
"Euthanasia in the Netherlands", book celebration, Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics Colloquium, ANU, Canberra (23 February 2006).
"On Compromise and Coercion", Department of Philosophy Colloquium, ANU, Canberra (24 February 2006)
"The Scope of Tolerance", book celebration, Department of Philosophy Colloquium, University of Auckland (1 March 2006).
"Language and Reality at the End of Life", Auckland City Hospital Luncheon Series (2 March 2006).
"Media Coverage of Terrorism: Problems and Remedies", Special Evening Lecture, organized by the Department of Political Studies, University of Auckland (2 March 2006).
"Internalized and Designated Coercion", Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto (15 September 2006).
"The Hezbollah War", Centre for Security and Defence Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa (20 September 2006).
“The Media, the Internet and Terrorism”, Department of Communication, The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya (18 December 2006).
“In Internet’s Way”, University of Lancaster Law School and the Centre for Language and Social Life (21 March 2007).
“Euthanasia in the Netherlands”, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University (15 October 2007).
“Euthanasia in the Netherlands and in Belgium: Law, Practice, Pitfalls and Lessons”, University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics (20 November 2007).
Keynote Speech, LL.M. Program on Law and Government,“The Right to Die with Dignity: An Argument in Ethics and Law”, American University Program on Law and Government(30 January 2008).
Book Celebration: “The Democratic ‘Catch’: Free Speech and Its Limits”, Library of Congress (12 February 2008).
“In Internet’s Way: Free Speech on the Free Highway”, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs (14 February 2008).
“Euthanasia in Belgium: Policy Making and Reform Proposals”, Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics (25 February 2008).
“In Internet’s Way”, The Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC (4 March 2008).
“Israel at 60 – Challenges on the Road to Tranquility”, The Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC (19 March 2008).
“Media Coverage of Terror”, Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University (15 April 2008).
“Ethics, Academic Freedom and Politics”, University of Lincoln (10 December 2009).
“Trust, Responsibility, and the Internet”, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Christ Church, Oxford (26 May 2010).
Distinguished Lecture, “Euthanasia in the Netherlands and Belgium – Critical Appraisal”, Catanzaro School of Law, Italy (16 December 2010).
“In Internet’s Way: Radical, Terrorist Islamists on the Free Highway”, George Washington University (1 November 2011).
The Stead Lecture, “From Oslo to Camp David (1993-2000) - Study of Failed Peace Negotiations or How Not to Negotiate and Implement Peace”, University of Baltimore School of Law (2 November 2011).
“A Shattered Dream: What Is Left from Oslo’s Breakthrough?”, Lincoln College, Oxford University (24 November 2011).
"Shattered Dreams: The Illusive Search for Peace in the Middle East", Department of War Studies, King’s College (9 December 2011).
“In Internet’s Way: Jihadism on the Free Highway”, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London (18 January 2012).
“The Failed Middle East Peace Process 1993-2009”, Liberal Way of War Programme, University of Reading (22 February 2012).
“One State, Two State, Three State Solution”, The Crown Center for Middle East Studies, Brandeis University (15 October 2012).
“Introducing In Internet’s Way: Social Responsibility on the Internet”, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs (18 October 2012).
“Avoiding the Destruction of the Third Temple: Separating State and Religion in Israel”, Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Manchester (3 October 2013).
“Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? The politics of peace and reconciliation in the Middle East”, CogTalk event, Plymouth University (30 January 2014).
9. Scholarships, Awards, Research Grants (of $5,000 or more), etc. (since 1995) Fellow, The 21st Century Trust, London (1994 - 1998) ($10,000).
Visiting Fellow, the Hastings Center, New York (to work on my books on media ethics and medical ethics, January-February 1994 and March 1999) ($5,100).
Faculty Enrichment Award and two Research Awards granted by the Canadian Government, to conduct research in Canada on the right to die with dignity, ethics in the media, hate speech and Canadian constitutional law (Summer 1995, Summer 1998, Summer 2002) ($10,000).
Research Fellowship, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute (1991-1998) ($25,000); Grant, The Medical Ethics Think-tank (1995-1998) ($30,000).
The Yigal Alon Scholarship (“Milgat Alon”) (1995-1998) ($200,000).
Grant, The University of Haifa, to organize and international conference in memory of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin (January 1997) ($30,000).
Member of the Senior Common Room, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford (August-October 1997).
British Council Chevening Scholarship, media ethics research. All Souls College residency, Oxford. Sponsor: Professor GA Cohen (offered for 12 months; took 3 months - August-October 1997) ($5,000).
Grants, Stifterverband fur die Deutsche Wissenschaft; The British Council; TEVA, and The Israel Cancer Association, Medical Ethics at the Close of the 20th Century (January 1998) ($7,000).
The Annual Grant for International Conferences of The Israeli Ministry of Science, Medical Ethics at the Close of the 20th Century (January 1998) ($35,000).
Teaching Excellence Award, Faculty of Law, University of Haifa (1998-1999).
The Fulbright – Yitzhak Rabin Award (1999-2000) ($50,000).
Grant, The Israel Ministry of Science, toward the publication of Moral Dilemmas in Medicine (2001) ($8,000).
Residency Fellowship, The Rockefeller Foundation Center, Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, Italy (February 2002). http://www.rockfound.org
Man of the Year Award 2003, awarded by The American Biographical Institute (December 2003).
Senior Fellowship, Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University (2003-2004).
Residency Fellowship, The Bogliasco Foundation, Liguria Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy (Fall 2005). http://www.liguriastudycenter.org/
Grant, USA-Israel Cultural Fund, The American Embassy, Tel Aviv (2006) ($5,000).
Grant, The 1970 Trust, England (2006) (£6,000).
Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2007-2008) ($90,000).
Grants, toward the publication of Public Responsibility in Israel (2009) ($15,000).
Grants, for the Middle East Study Group (2013) (£50,000).
Grant, The 1970 Trust, England (2013-2015) (£9,000).
10. Teaching Courses taught in recent years (selective list): - “From Incitement to Political Assassination”, 1997-1999, seminar, B.A. students. University of Haifa School of Law.
- “Themes in Medical Ethics and Law”, 1998-1999, core course, B.A. students. University of Haifa School of Law.
- “Boundaries to Freedom of Expression and of the Media”, 1999-2000, seminar, B.A. students. UCLA Department of Communication.
- “The Right to Die with Dignity and the Right to Live with Dignity”, 1992-1995 (Hebrew University Law School), 1999, seminar, B.A. and M.A. students. UCLA School of Law.
- “Media, Violence and Pornography”, 2003-2004, elective course, graduate students. Johns Hopkins School for Advanced Studies.
- "The Theatre of Terror: Relationships between Media, Terror and Government", spring 2004, elective course, graduate students. Johns Hopkins School for Advanced Studies.
- "Terrorism, Media and the Internet", 2004-2005, elective course, B.A. students. University of Haifa Department of Communication.
- "There Is A Limit: Violence and Pornography in Communication and the Internet", 2004-2006, elective course, B.A. students. University of Haifa Department of Communication and Library and Information Studies.
- “Human Nature, Society and the State”, 2008-2010, 2013-2014, Introductory Course, B.A. Students, University of Hull Department of Politics.
- “Political Thought from Plato to Marx”, 2008-2009, Introductory Course, B.A. Students, University of Hull Department of Politics.
- “Bioethics – End of Life Decision Making”, 2009-2010, Free elective, B.A. Students, University of Hull.
- “Hate, Violence and Pornography: Legal, Political and Ethical Considerations”, 2009-2014, B.A. Students, University of Hull Departments of Politics, Humanities and School of Law.
- “Media Ethics”, 2010-2013, B.A. Students, University of Hull Departments of Humanities and Politics.
- “The Theatre of Terror: Media, Terror and Government”, 2012-2013, B.A. Students, University of Hull Department of Politic.
- “Comparative Politics”, 2012-2013, B.A. Students, University of Hull Department of Politics.
11. Miscellaneous Secretary General and afterwards Chairperson of “The Second Generation to the Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance” Organization in Israel (1983 1987).
- Entry in Outstanding People of the 20th Century, First Edition, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England (1999), p. 119.
- Entry in Who's Who in the World, 16th Edition, Marquis Who's Who (1999), p. 319; 19th Edition (2002), p. 403; 24th Edition (2006); 28th Edition (2011); 29th Edition (2012); 31st Edition (2014).
- Entry in Asia/Pacific Who’s Who, Vol. IV,RifacimentoInternational, India (2002), p. 492; Vol. V (2005); Vol. VI (2006), pp. 218-219; Vol. VII (2007), pp.
- Entry in The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, Vol. 11, American Biographical Institute (2003), p. 37.
- Entry in Asia – Men & Women of Achievement, Reguerdon and Co., India (2003), p. 68.
- Entry in Contemporary Who's Who, American Biographical Institute (2002-2003), p. 85; (2003-2004).
- Entry in Reference Asia: Asia's Who’s Who of Men and Women of Achievement, Revised edition, RifacimentoInternational, India (2003).
- Entry in American Biography (2004).
- Entry in Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 5th Edition, Marquis Who’s Who (2004-2005).
- Entry in Biography Fame International, Special Issue, Vol. VII (2004).
- Entry in the Contemporary Who's Who of Professionals, American Biographical Institute (2004/2005).
- Entry in Asian/American Who’s Who, Vol. IV,RifacimentoInternational, India (2005).
- Entry in Biography Today, Vol. III, RifacimentoInternational, India (2005).
- Entry in The Contemporary Who's Who of Professionals, American Biographical Institute (2005).
- Entry in Distinguished and Admirable Achievers, 2nd ed. 2005, South-Asia Intl. Publication Company(2006).
- Entry in Afro-Asian Who's Who, Vol. I, RifacimentoInternational, India (2006).
- Entry in The Dictionary of International Biography, Vol. 36, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge (2011).
- Entry in Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21th Century, 8th Edition, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England (2014).
- Entry in Leading Professionals of the World, International Biographical Centre(2014).
II. PUBLICATIONS A. D.Phil. Dissertation The Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance: Liberal Theory and the Struggle Against Kahanism in Israel.
308 pp + xviii;
submitted in Trinity Term, 1991.
Dr. Geoffrey Marshall, Queen’s College.
Mr. Wilfrid Knapp, St. Catherine’s College.
Professor Hillel Steiner, Department of Government, University of Manchester.
Mr. (later Professor) John Gardner, All Souls College, Oxford.
Authored 1. The Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance: The Struggle Against Kahanism in Israel (Gainesville, FL: The University Press of Florida, 1994). 329 pp.
6. The Democratic "Catch": Free Speechand Its Limits (Hamilkud Ha’demokrati) (Tel Aviv: MaarivPublication House, 2007) (Hebrew), 507 pp.
Accepted for Publication: 7. In Internet’s Way: Moral and Social Responsibility on the Free Highway (Washington DC.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2014).
Edited 1. Editor, Basic Issues in Israeli Democracy (Sugiot Yesod Bademokratia Ha’Yisraelit) (Tel Aviv: Sifriat Poalim, 1999) (Hebrew). 294 pp.
http://www.booknet.co.il/prodtxt.asp?id=11098&perur=4 2. Editor, Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance: Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000). 306 pp.
3. Editor, Challenges to Democracy: Essays in Honour and Memory of Isaiah Berlin (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2000). 305 pp.
4. Editor, Medical Ethics at the Dawn of the 21st Century (New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 2000), Vol. 913 of the Annals, 265 pp.
5. Editor, Moral Dilemmas in Medicine (Dilemot Be’etica Refuit) (Jerusalem and Tel Aviv: The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2002, Hebrew), pp. 423.
6. Editor, Israeli Democracy at the Crossroads (London: Routledge, 2005), 288 pp.
This book also appeared as Special Issue of Israel Affairs, Vol. 11, No. 1 (January 2005).