I am currently a Kreitman postdoctoral fellow at the Goldstein-Goren Department of Jewish Thought, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, advised by Prof. Daniel J. Lasker, and a reasearch fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of Haifa.
In 2020-2021 I was a researcher at Prof. Oded Yisraeli’s project of compiling Nahmanides’ writings, a visiting scholar at the Institute for Research in Jewish Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (hosted by Prof. Benny Porat) where I led a research group on Jewish law and AI technologies, and adjunct lecturer at the Feinberg Graduate School, Weizmann Institute of Science. In 2019-2020 I was a fellow at the Center for Jewish Studies, Harvard University, and adjunct lecturer at the JTS. In 2017-2019 I had a two year postdoc at the Judaic Studies Program and the Department of Philosophy at Yale University, advised by Prof. Paul W. Franks.
My PhD diss. (approved Sept. 2018), which was advised by Prof. Avinoam Rosenak and written at the Department of Jewish Thought, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, investigated philosophical links between 20th century Jewish thought and classical American Pragmatism. A graduate of “Revivim” (Jewish Studies Teachers Training Honors Program) at the Hebrew University, I earned my MA (magna cum laude) at the Department of Jewish Thought, and wrote my MA thesis by the guidance of Prof. Moshe Halbertal on the philosophy of talmudic law.
For my academic publications see here.