Nimrod Hagiladi, PhD
Nimrod Hagiladi is currently a Taub-Schusterman Post-Doctoral fellow at the Taub Center for Israel Studies, New York University, for the 2012-2013 Academic Year. He received his PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2012. Nimrod Hagiladi’s dissertation is titled entitled “The Israeli society and the Black Market: from World War II to the early 1950’s”. Nimrod Hagiladi main research interests include the modern history of Israel during the Mandate period and the first years of Israel state, military history of Israel, world history.
In the past years Dr. Hagiladi was an assistant Professor in NYU, a teaching fellow in the History Department, The Hebrew University, a lecturer at the Command and Staff College, Israel Defense Force (IDF), and in the academic program for the Israeli Air Force (IAF) Flight Course, Ben Gurion University. Amid the courses he taught: “Israel in its First Decade”; “The History of Zionist Settlement (The “Yishuv”(“; “Palestine during British Mandate Period”; “Israel wars”; “The History of Israel Defense Forces”; “Introduction to World History”; “Global Wars in the 20th century”; “The Battle doctrine and military thinking development in the 19th and 20th Centuries”; “Historical Methodology” and others.