ON CONFERENCING

In the last 5 years I participated in more than 30 conferences held in 15 universities in 8 countries and gave more than 20 invited academic and public talks. I understand conferences as academic festivals of knowledge exchange. Most of the year we sit alone in front of our computers trying to “squeeze out” smart ideas. In conferences we can celebrate—share our work, find colleagues, and even co-authors of our future papers. More than participating in conferences, I like to organize them—to host people from around the world on the topic I am most interested in. That is why I brought here only the list of co-organized workshops, conferences, and one panel.

 

2014    Graduate Conference, Sociology and Anthropology Department, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (with Michal Assa-Inbar and Yaron Girsh)

 

The Science & 

Mathematics University

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