Ambiguity or Ambivalence?, The Anti-Cosmopolitan Liberal Isaiah Berlin, The Voyage of a Metaphor “Jewish Normalization‟ and the Dialects of Zionism, Tel Aviv: State, City, Symbol
Dr. Arie Dubnov is a Lecturer of history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research interests focus on modern intellectual history, with an emphasis on the history of Zionism in comparison to other European nationalisms and the history of British liberal thought. He has written several articles, many of which address Isaiah Berlin, Jacob Talmon, Jewish nationalism and Zionism. He received his Ph.D. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has taught classes there as well as at the Open University of Israel and Stanford University. Courses Professor Dubnov recently taught include What is Anti-Semitism?; History of the Zionist Movement; European History 1914-1945 Though the Lens of Popular Cinema and Tel Aviv: State, City, Symbol.