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Born in Tel Aviv, 1961, Gadi Algazi is professor of history at the Department of History, Tel Aviv University, and senior editor of the journal History & Memory. He is also member of the editorial board of the journals Past & Present and Historische Anthropologie. He lives in Tel-Aviv with his three children and currently serves as Head of the Department of History.

Publications

Editorial work

  • Editor of the Journal History and Memory: Studies in the Representation of the Past (2001-)

  • Member of the editorial board of the Journal Past & Present (2008-)

  • Member of the editorial board of the Journal Historische Anthropologie [Historical Anthropology] (2003-)

  • Member of the editorial board of the Journal Theory & Critique [in Hebrew]

  • Member of the editorial advisory board of Jama'a- Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of the Middle East [in Hebrew]

  • Member of the editorial advisory board of Cultural and Social History (2004-2007)

  • Co-editor, with Bernhard Jussen, Christian Kiening, Klaus Krüger and Ludolf Kuchenbuch, of the book series Historische Semantik, published by Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen (2003-2006)

  • Co-editor, with Mikhail Krom and David Sabean, Istorija i antropologija: mezdisciplinarnye issledovanija na rubeze XX - XXI vekov [History and Anthropology] (St. Petersburg: Alettejja, 2006) [in Russian]

  • Co-editor, with Shulamit Volkov and Frank Stern, of a special issue of the Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte: Zur Sozial- und Begriffsgeschichte des Mittelalters (1993)

Reviews Translations

  • Pierre Bourdieu, "Critique du discours lettré", Theory and Critique [Jerusalem] 28 (2008), pp. 70-74 [in Hebrew]

  • Pierre Bourdieu, "Le langage autorisé: note sur les conditions sociales de l'efficacité du discours rituel"; "Espace social et genèse de 'classe'"; selections from Distinction [in Hebrew]

  • Marc Bloch, "The Rise of Dependent Cultivation and Seigniorial Institutions" (1940) in: The Cambridge Economic History of Europe, M. M. Postan ed., Vol. I., pp. 235-290 [in Hebrew] (unpublished, available for student use)

  • Marc Bloch, "Feudalism" (1932), Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences, Edwin R. A. Seligman & Alvin Johnson eds. (1960), vol. VI, pp. 203-210 [in Hebrew] (unpublished, available for student use)

  • Norbert Elias, Selections from The Process of Civilization, Zmanim - A Historical Quarterly no. 70 (2000), pp. 84-89 [in Hebrew]

  • Peter Baumann, "Messer, Gabel und moderne Zeiten: Zu Norbert Elias' Zivilisationstheorie," Zmanim - A Historical Quarterly no. 70 (200), pp. 90-95 [in Hebrew]

  • Natalie Zemon Davis, "A Life of Learning (1997)", Zmanim - A Historical Quarterly 71 (2000), pp. 4-19 [in Hebrew]

  • Amos Funkenstein, "Knowledge as Key to Salvation", Zmanim - A Historical Quarterly no. 73 (2001), pp. 4-9 [in Hebrew]