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Gabriel Noah Brahm

Gabriel Noah Brahm

Dr. Gabriel Noah Brahm is an SPME Senior Research Fellow and Associate Professor of English at Northern Michigan University, where he teaches literary theory and Israel Studies. He has also been a Schusterman Research Fellow in Israel Studies at Brandeis University, Visiting Professor in the School of Philosophy and Religions at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies (Tel Aviv University), Scholar in Residence at the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (Oxford) and the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Washington, D.C.), and an invited lecturer at Israel's World Holocaust Remembrance Center (Yad Vashem). He is an Associate Editor of Politics and Culture: An International Review of Books, Advisory Editor of Fathom: For a Deeper Understanding of Israel and the Region, and Founding Board Member of Queer Zionist Alliance. He blogs at Times of Israel. Follow him on Twitter @Brahmski.

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The End of Identity Liberalism at the MLA

In Philadelphia  last Saturday (January 7, 2017), Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement activists failed by a wide margin in their attempt to hijack the Modern Language Association (MLA) for an extreme fringe anti-Israel agenda. Only 79 delegate assembly members…

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Philosophers For Hamas!

The Haaretz headline says it all: ‘Well-known Italian Philosopher: “I’d like to shoot those Zionist bastards”’. Gianni Vattimo is Italy’s ‘most famous philosopher’ according toHaaretz’s reporter in Milan, Anna Momigliano. And now the world knows he is also a bigot and a…

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BDS, MLA, and One Rockin’ Shavuot Night

The Rolling Stones’ first concert in Israel began as the holiday of Shavuot ended, and quite fittingly, too. When better for rock-n-roll royals to journey to the Holy Land than during one of Judaism’s three festivals of pilgrimage? Moreover, when…

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