Israeli Domestic Politics: Past, Present, and Future; The First Intifada: Roots, Results, and Relevance; Worlds Apart: Global Perceptions of the Arab-Israeli
Conflict; Narratives of Conflict, Visions of Peace
Geoffrey Levin is a Schusterman Israel Scholar Award recipient affiliated with the Taub Center for Israel Studies at New York University. From 2012 to 2013, he was a visiting Bologna Fellow at Johns Hopkins University's Department of Political Science.
Geoffrey has written on Middle Eastern affairs for several organizations abroad, including the Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development in Bologna, Italy, the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council, and the Atlantic Initiative in Berlin. His editorials on Israeli politics have also appeared in Tablet Magazine, the Daily Beast, the Jerusalem Post, and the Jewish Daily Forward.
His research interests include Israeli political and diplomatic history, the Arab Spring, and perceptions of Israel abroad. Geoffrey holds a Diploma in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins SAIS Bologna Center and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Michigan State University.