Israel Bartal


Israel Bartal (given birth to Oct 22, 1946 in Tel Aviv, Israel), is Avraham Harman Teacher of Jewish Background, and the previous Dean from the Faculty of Humanities in Hebrew College or university (2006–2010). Since 2006 he’s the chair from the Historic Culture of Israel. He offered as movie director of the guts for Study on the annals and Tradition of Polish Jewry, as well as the educational chairman from the Task of Jewish Research in Russian in the Hebrew College or university of Jerusalem. Teacher Bartal was the co-director of the guts for Jewish Research and Civilization at Moscow Condition College or university. Bartal received his PhD from Hebrew College or university in 1981. He concentrates his study on the annals from the Jews in Palestine, the Jews of Eastern European countries, the Haskalah Movement, Jewish Orthodoxy and contemporary Jewish historiography. Teacher Bartal taught at Harvard College or university, McGill University, College or university of Pa Rutgers College or university and Johns Hopkins, aswell as at Moscow Condition University (MGU) as well as the Central Western european College or university in Budapest (CEU). He was for quite some time a faculty person in the Open College or university of Israel and offers contributed towards the advancement of its teaching applications. Since November 1, 2010 he’s a going to scholar in the Simon-Dubnow-Institut (de), at Leipzig University. Bartal is among the founders of Cathedra, the best scholarly journal on the annals of the Property of Israel, and got offered as its co-editor for over two decades. Since 1998 he’s the editor of vestnik, a scholarly journal of Jewish research in Russian. From 1995 to 2003 he chaired the Israeli background high-school curriculum committee. Bartal offers published many books and many articles on the annals and lifestyle of East Euro Jewry, Palestine in the pre-Zionist period, and Jewish nationalism. Among his recent publications: Poles and Jews: a Failed Brotherhood (with Magdalena Opalski, Hanover, University Press of New Britain, 1992); Exile in the Property (released in Hebrew, Jerusalem, ha-Sifriya ha-Tsiyonit, 1994); From Company to Country: The Jews of Eastern European countries, 1772-1881 (Tel Aviv, Misrad ha-Bitahon Posting House, 2002); A HUNDRED YEARS of Israeli Lifestyle (editor, Jerusalem, The Hebrew College or university Magnes Press, 2002); Kehal Yisrael vol. 3 (editor, Jerusalem, Merkaz Shazar, 2004); The Jews of Eastern European countries. 1772-1881 (College or university of Pa Press, 2005, 2006, released also in Russian and German); The Types of Haskalah (editor, with Shmuel Feiner), Jerusalem, the Hebrew College or university Magnes Press, 2005); Cossack and Bedouin: Property and folks in Jewish Nationalism, (Tel Aviv, Am Oved Web publishers, 2007) He’s co-editor (with Antony Polonsky) of Polin, vol. 12 (1999), which targets the Jews in Galicia, 1772-1914.

Edited Books (in Hebrew)

(1975) יעקב צור, דיוק