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Dr. Vladimir (Ze'ev) Khanin


CURRICULUM VITAE


Personal:

Name: Vladimir (Ze'ev) Khanin

Born: 29 September 1959, Zaporozhye, Ukraine

Family status: Married to Isana Khanin, two sons, Igor (1988 b) and Adir (1997 b)


Education:

History and English Department, Pedagogical Institute of Yaroslavl

Diploma: Teacher (MA) in History, Sociology and English

1976-81

1981


Post-Graduate course, Institute for African Studies, USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Diploma: Candidate of Sciences, Ph.D. in History (Political Science, African Politics and Contemporary History)



1982-87


1989


Post-Doctorate Course, Institute for Russian and Soviet Studies (Soros Scholarship) and Senior Associate Fellow, St. Peter’s College, ^ University of Oxford, UK



1991


Teaching and Research

Lecturer, Dept. of Political Studies and Fellow, the Rappaport Center for Studies of Assimilation and Strengthening of Jewish Vitality, Bar-Ilan University, ^ Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel



1993-now


Research Associate, the Cummings Center for Russian and East European Studies, Tel-Aviv University, Israel



1995-2002


Lecturer, Dept. of Middle Eastern and African History, ^ Tel-Aviv University


1992-1998


Lecturer, Social and Political Studies Program, Academic College of Tel-Aviv - Yaffo, Israel



1997-1999


Senior Lecturer in Political Science, Zaporozhye Branch, ^ St. Petersburg Institute of Political Science and Public Administration, Russia/Ukraine



1991-92


Senior Fellow at the Laboratory of Social Studies, Engineering Academy of Zaporozhye, Ukraine



1987-91


Senior Lecturer in Modern History and Oriental & African Studies at the Department of History,^ State University of Zaporozhye, Ukraine



1984-89



Languages: English, Hebrew, Russian, Ukrainian

Office address: Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan 52900, Israel

Tel.: 972-3-5318578; Fax.: 972-3-5353307


^ Home address: Moshav Avi’ezer 112/1, DN. Ha-Ella 99860, Israel

Tel.: 972-2-9990782 E-mail: khaninz@mail.biu.ac.il zeevkh@yahoo.com


Visiting Lecturer


1. Visiting lecturer in East European Politics, School of Languages and European Studies, Polytechnics of North London, UK (November-December, 1991)


2. Visiting Israeli Professor in Jewish History, Department of Jewish Studies, International Solomon University, Kiev (January-March and August 1995, August 2003), and Kharkov (July 2000, July 2001 and July 2004) Ukraine


3. Visiting Professor in Oriental Studies, Dept. of History, Zaporoshye State University, Ukraine (August 1995)


4. Visiting Professor in Israeli Government and Politics, Institute of Oriental and African Studies, ^ Moscow State University, Russia (June-July 1996, January 1997, September 1999, February 2001, February and September-October 2002, January-February and April 2003)


Other Academic and Professional Activities


Head, Israeli Politics and Society Studies Program, and Member, Publication Committee, The Chase Center for Jewish Studies in Russian, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



1998-now


Academic Director, Ukrainian and Russian Projects, the Lookstein Center for Jewish Education in the Diaspora, Bar-Ilan University


1995-now


Director for Research and Development, "Socium" Ecology and Social Improvement Co. Ltd., Zaporozhye, Ukraine


1988-90


Member, Editorial Board, ^ Jews in Russia and Eastern Europe, Jerusalem


2003-now


Member, Editorial Board, Evreiskoye Obrazovaniye/Jewish Education (Jerusalem/St. Petersburg)


2001-now


Advisor, Department of Jewish Zionist Education, Jewish Agency for Israel, Jerusalem, Israel


2000-now


Political Commentator, "The Voice of Israel" Radio (in Russian) and "Israel Plus" TV

1998-now



^ Other Academic and Public Activities


Organization of International Conferences


1. Member, Organizing Committee of the International Scientific Conferences "Jwish History and Jewish Culture in the Ukraine”, Kiev, August, 1995, August, 1996, September 2000 and August 2004


2. Panel Organizer at the International Conference of the Association for Israel Studies "Israel in the Middle East", Denver, USA, April 2002


3. Panel Organizer at the International Conference of the Association for Israel Studies

"People and Politics", San Diego, USA, April 2003


4. Conference Committee Chair, International Conference "Russian-speaking Jewry in Global Perspective: Assimilation, Integration and Community-building", Ramat-Gan, Israel, 14-16 June 2004


^ Grants, Awards and Fellowships


Year


Name of Institution

Occasion

1991

St. Anthony's College, University of Oxford, UK

Post-Doctorate Soros Fellowship

1993, 1994

Yoram-Shnitser Foundation for Research in Jewish History, Tel-Aviv

Awards

1993

Institute for Jewish Diaspora Research, Tel-Aviv University

Grant

1994-1995

Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Fellowship

1994-1996

Agmon Research Project, Tel-Aviv University

Grant (with Fellowship)

1997- now

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs

Fellowship

2002-now

US Institute of Peace

Grant

2003

The Rappaport Center

Grant



^ Membership in Professional Societies


Year

Society (country)


1994 - now

Ukrainian Association of Jewish Studies

1997 - now

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (Israel and USA Branches)

1998 - now

Association for Social Scientific Study of Jewry, USA

1999 - now

Israeli Political Studies Association

2000-now

Association for Israel Studies


Fields of interest


Political science - General

Sociology, politics and history of East European Jewish communities

Comparative and ethnic politics

Israeli, East European and African Government and Politics


Courses taught


Political Science - General


  1. An Introduction to Political Science

  2. World and Comparative Politics

  3. Public Administration and Political Economy of Corruption in the Modern World

  4. Organization Theory

  5. Non-formal Structures of Power in the Modern World

  6. Political Anthropology

  7. Immigration and Ethnic Politics


Jewish and Israel Studies


  1. An Introduction to Jewish History;

  2. An Introduction to Jewish Anthropology;

  3. Israel and the Jewish Diaspora;

  4. The History of Zionism and Modern State of Israel;

  5. Israeli Government and Politics;

  6. "Russian" Community and the New Immigrant Politics in Israel

  7. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics in Israel

  8. Structure and Conflict in Israeli Society

  9. Political System of the State of Israel

  10. An Introduction to Jewish Political Tradition

  11. Jewish Movement and Revival of Organized Jewish Life in the Post-Soviet States


Comparative and Regional Politics


  1. Power and Politics in the Post-Soviet States;

  2. The Post-Colonial Third World Politics;

  3. USSR/CIS in Transition: the Social, Economic and Political Prospects;

  4. Military and Politics in Africa;

  5. Political Parties and Political Movements in Africa in Comparative Perspective;

  6. Government, Politics and Society in Africa

  7. Political Regimes and Public Policy in Africa


General History and Anthropology


  1. An Introduction to East European History;

  2. An Introduction to Modern History of Asia and Africa

  3. An Introduction to Ethnography

  4. An Introduction to Oriental Studies

  5. Islam and Society in Africa and the Middle East in Historical Perspective



^ LIST OF PUBLICATIONS (Updated: July 2004)


Books and Monographs


As author:


  1. Ethnic-Regional Groups and Political Struggle in Nigeria (Moscow: Inst. for African Studies Pub., 1989), 44 pp. (in Russian)




  1. Documents on Ukrainian Jewish Identity and Emigration, 1944-1990 (London: Frank Cass, 2003) 350 pp.




  1. The "Russians" and Power in the State of Israel: Establishment of the USSR/CIS Immigrant Community and its Impact on the Political Structure of the Country (Moscow, Inst. for Israel and Middle Eastern Stud. Pub, 2004), 289 pp. (Russian)




  1. [With Velvl Chernin] Identity and Assimilation Trends among the "Extended" Jewish Population of the Former Soviet Union: Ethnic and Social Aspects (Ramat-Gan: the Rappaport Center for Assimilation Studies and Strengthening of Jewish Vitality, forthcoming), in Hebrew, 160 pp.


As editor:


  1. [Ed., et al] The Jewish History and Jewish Culture in Ukraine, Vols. 3, 4, 5 (Kiev: AJOC Pub., 1996-1998) in Russian and Ukrainian




  1. Jewish Politics and Community-Building in the Former Soviet Union (Special issue of Jewish Political Studies Review, Vol. 14, Nos. 1-2, 2002), 160 pp.




  1. [with B. Morozov, eds.] "Betrayers of the Motherland": Jewish Emigration through the Eyes of the Authorities (Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University Press, 2004), (in Hebrew) 320 pp.


Under preparation:


  1. Revival of Communal Life and Struggle for Power in Contemporary Ukrainian Jewish Movement, 1987-2000


Chapters in Books


  1. "Technocracy and Its Role in Non-Formal Structures of Power (the Nigerian Case)", in: Vasilyev, A. et al (eds.) Evolution Ways and Social Role of Modern African Intelligentsia (Moscow Inst. for African Studies Pub., 1987) (in Russian)




  1. "Political Parties of the Second Republic: Their Formation and Social Base", in: Vasilyev, A. (ed.) ^ Nigeria: Power and Politics (Moscow: Nauka Pub., 1988), pp. 70 - 96 (in Russian)




  1. "Non-Formal Structures of Power: Institute of Political Parties in African Conditions", in Vasilyev A., Sledzevsky I. (eds.) Africa Today: Records and Prospects of Development. Evolution of Political Structures (Moscow: Nauka Pub., 1990), pp. 60-73 (in Russian)




  1. "Adaptation of the European Model to the African Condition: Ethnic and Political Pluralism in Nigeria", in: Vasilyev A., Sledzevsky I. (eds.) ^ Africa Today: Records and Prospects of Development. Evolution of Political Structures (Moscow: Nauka Pub., 1990), pp. 194 - 207 (in Russian)




  1. "Political Elite, Public Structures and Socio-political Conflicts in the "Russian" Immigrant Community in Israel”, in Fedorchenko, A. and Epstein, A. (Eds.), ^ Migration Processes and Their Influence on the Israeli Society (Moscow: Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Moscow Institute for Israeli and Middle Eastern Studies; and Open University of Israel, 2000), pp. 228-243 (in Russian)




  1. "Clientelism, Corruption and Struggle for Power in Central Asia: the Case of Kyrgyzstan", in Gammer, M. (ed.). The Caspian: A Reemerging Region (London: Routlege, 2004), 19 pp.




  1. "Political Clans and Political Conflicts in Contemporary Kyrgyzstan", in Ro'i, Y. (Ed.) Democracy and Pluralism in the Muslim Eurasia (London: Frank Cass, 2003) 18 pp.




  1. "Russian-Jewish Ethnicity: Israel and Russia Compared", in Ben-Rafael, E., Gorny, Y., and Ro'i, Y. (eds.), Contemporary Jewries: Convergence and Divergence (Leiden and Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2003), pp. 216-234




  1. "Non-Formal Structures of Power (Clans) and Administration Models in the Post-Soviet and Post-Colonial World", in Gammer, M. (ed.) ^ State and Society in the Second and Third Worlds. Comparative and Case Studies on Africa, Eurasia, Latin America and the Middle East (London: Rutledge, 2004), 25 pp. (forthcoming)




  1. "The Jewish Right of Return: Reflections on the Mass Immigration to Israel from the Former Soviet Union", in Lustick, Ian and Lesch, Ann (ed.), ^ The Meaning of Catastrophe, Historical Knowledge, and Return of Exiles: the Predicaments of Palestinians and Jews, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), accepted




  1. [with A. Epstein] "Cultural Continuity, Revival and Immigration: Russian Jewish Identity in Israel and the Diaspora", in Efraim Ya’ar, Eliezer Ben-Refael, Avi Bareli, Uri Cohen (eds.), ^ Israel as a Modern Society Model - In Honor of Prof. Moshe Lissak (Tel-Aviv , Jerusalem and Beer-Sheva: The Chaim Weizmann Institute for the Study of Zionism, The Ben-Gurion Research Center and Yad Ben-Zvi Institute, 2004) (Hebrew), forthcoming




  1. “Russian” Immigrant Community in Israel: Elites, Cleavages, and Conflicts, in E. Ben Rafael, B. Neuberger et al, eds. Israeli New Elites (Tel-Aviv: Am Oved, 2005) (Hebrew and English) forthcoming


Articles in Refereed Journals


  1. Civil and Military Politicians in Nigeria: Confrontation or Partnership?, Narody Azii y Afriki (Peoples of Asia and Africa), Moscow, 1986, No 4, pp. 24 - 33 (in Russian)




  1. The Ukrainian Exodus, W.R.E.: Oxford Journal of Opinion and International Affairs, Oxford, December, 1991, pp. 5 - 8




  1. The Young People of Ukraine: Social Values and Anti-Semitism, The Jews in Eastern Europe, Jerusalem, 1994, No 25 (18), pp. 52 - 63




  1. Jewish Education in Modern Ukraine, Soviet Jews in Transition, Jerusalem, 1995, No 2 (17), pp. 72-84 (in Hebrew)




  1. Jewish Institutions and Jewish Politics in Ukraine: the Resent Trends, Soviet Jews in Transition, Jerusalem, 1996, No. 3 (18), pp. 99-113 (in Hebrew)




  1. A Rabbinical Revolution? Religion, Power and Politics in the Contemporary Ukrainian Jewish Movement, Jewish Political Studies Review, Jerusalem, Vol. 10, Nos. 1-2 (Spring 1998), pp. 73-91




  1. Social Consciousness and the Problem of Jewish Identity of Ukrainian Jewry, Contemporary Jewry (New York), Vol. 19 (1998), pp. 120-150




  1. Judaism and Organized Jewish Movement in the Public Square of the USSR/CIS after World War II: the Ukrainian Case, Jewish Political Studies Review, Jerusalem, Vol. 11, Nos. 1-2 (Spring 1999), pp. 75-100




  1. Money and Politics: Notes on the Revival of Jewish Communities in Post-Communist Ukraine, Shvut: Studies in Russian and East European Jewish History and Culture (Tel-Aviv) 9/25 (2000), pp. 205-220




  1. The Ukrainian Communist Leadership and Crises of Jewish Policy in the Light of Archival Documents, Working Papers in Ukrainian Studies, London, No. 15, 2000, pp. 1-21




  1. Kyrgyzstan: Ethnic Pluralism and Political Conflicts, Central Asia and Caucasus: Journal of Social and Political Studies, Lulea-Stockholm, No. 3 (June 2000), 123-130 (double column)




  1. Perestroika and Jewish Cultural Associations in Ukraine, 1987-1991, Jews in Eastern Europe, Jerusalem, No 2 (42) (Fall 2000), pp. 5 - 24




  1. Jewish Politics in the Post-Communist World: Personality, Ideology and Conflict in Contemporary Ukrainian Jewish Movement, The Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, Washington, Vol. 25, No 3 (Fall 2000), pp. 319 - 350




  1. Israeli "Russian" Parties and the New Immigrant Vote, Israel Affairs, London, Vol. 7, Nos. 2-3 (Winter/Spring 2001), pp. 101-134 (Also appeared in D. Elazar and B. Mollow (eds.), Israel at the Polls, 1999, London, Frank Cass, 2001)




  1. The Postcommunist Order, Public Opinion and the Jewish Community of Independent Ukraine, ^ Harvard Ukrainian Studies, Cambridge, Mass., Vol. 23, Nos. 1/2, June 1999, (issued December 2001) pp. 85-108




  1. Institutionalization of the Post-Communist Jewish Movement: Organizational Structures, Ruling Elites and Political Conflicts, Jewish Political Studies Review, Vol. 14, Nos. 1-2, (2002), pp. 5 - 28




  1. The New Russian Jewish Diaspora and "Russian" Party Politics in Israel, Nationalism & Ethnic Politics, Boulder, Vol. 8, No 4 (December 2002), pp. 54-81




  1. Organized Regionalism and Politics in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Vostok-Orient, Moscow, No 1, 2002, pp. 83-98 (in Russian and English)




  1. Language Identity as a Factor of Political Cleavage in East European Jewish Movement: Historical Legacy and Present Times, Vestnik Evreiskogo Universiteta-The Jewish University Herald, Jerusalem, No 7 (25), 2003, pp. 179-200, in Russian




  1. "The 'Russian' Community and the Immigrant Party Politics at the 2003 Elections", Israel Affairs, London, Summer 2004, forthcoming (will also appear in S. Sandler and B. Mollow, Eds. ^ Israel at the Polls, 2003, London: Frank Cass, 2004)




  1. Around Yiddish: Jewish Identity and Language Politics in the Post-Communist Ukraine, Der Taitch: Journal for Yiddish Studies, Ramat-Gan, Vol. 1, No 1, pp. 89-114, (forthcoming), in Yiddish


Submitted and invited papers


  1. [with A.Epstein] Global Russian Jewish Community and Identity (Invited for publication in Uzi Revkhon, (ed.) ^ Cotemporary Jewish Identities, Jerusalem, Zalman Shazar Inst.)




  1. Social and Political Factors of Rebirth of Jewish National Movement in the USSR (Invited for publication in M. Altshuler and I. Bar-Tal, Eds., Soviet and Post-Soviet Jewry)


Papers, presented at scientific meetings


  1. Western Europe and Africa: the Start of Social Synthesis (the Medieval Heritage and Modernity). - Paper, presented at the Seminar on International Relations in Europe in the Middle Ages, Zaporozhye, May 1989.

  2. Party Institutions and Prospects for Political Stability in Nigeria. - Paper, presented at the International “Nigerian Readings” Conference, Moscow, October, 1990

  3. Religion and Ethnicity in Nigeria: the Political Aspect. - Paper, presented at the Conference on Islam, State and Society, Moscow, February 1991.

  4. The Political Culture of Ukraine. - Paper, presented at the Scientific Seminar “Marxism, Culture, Society”, St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford, UK, December, 1991

  5. The Political Experience of the Third World Countries and Prospects for Ethnic Politics in the Ukraine. - Paper, presented at the Conference on Problems and Methods of Research of the National Relations in Ukraine, Kiev, April 1992.

  6. Sociological Methods of Research of the Jewish Repatriation from Ukraine. - Paper, presented at the Conference on Jewish Historiography in Ukraine: Records and Prospects, Kiev, August 1992.

  7. Political Conflicts in the Transition Societies: the Case of Black Africa and the Post-Soviet States. Paper, presented at the Scientific Seminar of Africa Studies Unit, Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, January, 1993

  8. Jewish Emigration from Ukraine in 1990s: Problem of Motivations. - Paper, presented at the International Conference “Russian Jews in Three Continents”, Tel-Aviv, December, 1993

  9. Ethnicity, Confessionalism and Migration in Political Conflicts: the Case of Nigeria, Ukraine and Israel. - Paper, presented at the International Conference on Ethnicity, Religion and Migration in New States, Bishkek, September, 1994

  10. The Ethic Trap: Nigerian Fiction-Literature on Power and Corruption in Africa. -Paper, presented at the International Conference “Breaking the Boundaries: Beyond the Land of Kush. Literature and Culture in Africa South of Sahara”, Tel-Aviv, July, 1995

  11. Israel and the Problems of Identity of Ukrainian Jews (the Case of Dniepr Region). - Paper, presented at the International Conference on Jewish History and Jewish Culture in Ukraine, Kiev, August, 1995

  12. Popular Islam and Violence in West Africa. - Paper, presented at the Conference on Violence and Politics in Africa, Tel-Aviv University and Open University of Israel, Tel-Aviv, January, 1996

  13. Contemporary Ukrainian Politics: a Way to a Liberal Democracy? - Paper, presented at the Conference on Problems of Democratization in the Middle East and the Eastern Europe, - Tel-Aviv University and Open University of Israel, Tel-Aviv, June, 1996

  14. An Oppressed Section of the Dominant Minority: Identity, Social Consciousness and Culture Orientations of Modern Ukrainian Jewry. - Paper, presented at the International Conference “Jews at the Frontier”, Cape Town, August 1996

  15. The Land of Israel in the Consciousness of Contemporary Ukrainians. Paper, presented at the International Scientific Conference "Jerusalem in Slavonic Culture", Jerusalem, December, 1996

  16. Religion, Power and Politics in the Contemporary Ukrainian Jewish Movement. Paper, presented at the International Workshop of Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem, July, 1997

  17. Between Refraining and Participation: Religion and Organized Jewish Movement in the Public Square of Ukraine after the World War II, Paper, presented at the International Scientific Conference "Religion in the Public Square: Jewish and Other Understandings", Jerusalem, June-July 1998

  18. Jewish School in the Post-Communist Eastern Europe: Educational Policies and Politics of Education, Paper, presented at the International Scientific Conference "Jewish Education in the Post-Soviet Countries", St. Petersburg, July 1998

  19. Jewish Identity and Nationalism in the Context of Ethnic Political Situation in Contemporary Ukraine". Paper, presented at the ASN 4th Annual Convention on "Rethinking Identities: State, Nation and Culture", New York, April 1999

  20. "The Holocaust and Its Impact on the Political Culture of Ukrainian Jewry". Paper, presented at the International Conference "The Holocaust of European Jewry: Reflections on the Border of the Centuries", Kiev, August, 1999

  21. "Institutional Aspects of Creation and Development of Russian-Jewish Communities in Israel and in the Diaspora", Paper, presented at the Second International Conference on Personal Absorption of Jewish Immigrants (Repatriates) from the Former USSR, Herzeliya, November 1999

  22. "The Political Clans of Kyrgyzstan". Paper, presented at the International Conference "Democracy and Pluralism in the Muslim Areas of the Former Soviet Union", Tel-Aviv, November 1999

  23. "The Establishment of Modern 'Russian' Politics in Israel: Elites, Institutions, and Cleavages in the New Immigrant Society", Paper, presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Association for Israel Studies "Multiple Perspectives on Israel", June 2000

  24. "Ideological and Organizational Patterns of the Reconstruction of Jewish Communal Life in Russia and Ukraine" Paper, presented at International Conference "Ten Years of Jewish National Revival in the Post-Soviet States: Experience, Problems, and Prospects", Kiev, August, 2000

  25. "The Russian Political Community-building in the Contemporary Israeli Society”. Paper, presented at the scientific conference "Contemporary Israel: Politics and Society", Moscow, September, 2000

  26. “Political Value Change in the Russian-Speaking New Immigrant Community in Israel: Factors and Prospects”, Paper, presented at the International conference of the Association of Israel Studies “Visions and Divisions”, Washington, May 2001

  27. "Institutionalization of Russian-Speaking Jewish Communities in the Modern World: the Cases of the CIS, Israel and Northern America", Paper, presented at the International conference "Meaning of Jewry Today", Tel-Aviv, January 2002

  28. "Religious Zionism and Russian-speaking Jewry", Paper, presented at the 9th International Conference in Jewish Studies, Moscow, February 2002

  29. "Models of Zionist Identity and Political Behavior among Russian-Speaking Repatriates from the USSR/CIS" Paper, presented at the International AIS Conference "Israel in the Middle East", Denver, May, 2002

  30. "The 'Russian' Immigrant Parties in Israel: Ideology and Organizational Infrastructure" Paper, presented at the International AIS Conference "Israel in the Middle East", Denver, May, 2002

  31. "Political Institutionalization of the Non-Jewish Immigrants from the CIS in Israel". Paper, presented at the Conference on "Israeli Assimilation: Non-Jews in Jewish Society and their Impact on the Collective Identity", Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, June, 2002

  32. Whether South African Experience Relevant for the Middle East Peace Settlement Paper, presented at the 10th International Conference in Jewish Studies, Moscow, January-February 2003

  33. "The 'Russian' Immigrant Vote in the 2003 Israeli Elections: Between Communalism and Israelism", Paper, presented at the Conference "2003 Elections: Parties and Voters", Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, February 2003

  34. "Jewish Vs Non-Jewish Immigrants from the USSR/CIS: Identity and Social Behavior". Paper, presented at the Conference "New Israeli Society, 1977-2003", Ramat-Gan – Tel-Aviv, March 2003

  35. "Russian" Religious Zionist Community in Israel and the Diaspora", Paper, presented at the International AIS Conference "People and Politics", San Diego, 27-29 April 2003

  36. " Voting Trends among Immigrants from the USSR/CIS in Israel in 1992-2003" Paper, presented at the International AIS Conference "People and Politics" San Diego, 27-29 April 2003

  37. "Jews in the Former Soviet Union: Between Assimilation, Ultra-Nationalism and Religious Revival", Paper, presented at the Conference "Rabbis and the Challenge of Assimilation: Historical and Contemporary Approaches", Ramat-Gan, 24-25 June 2003

  38. "Factors in the Rebirth of Jewish National Movement in the USSR" Paper, presented at the International Conference in Honor of Professor Mordechai Altshuler "Soviet and Post-Soviet Jewry", 28-30 December 2003

  39. “Models of Russia Jewish Identity and Self-organization throughout the World” Paper, presented at the International Conference "Russian-speaking Jewry in Global Perspective: Assimilation, Integration and Community-building", Ramat-Gan, Israel, 14-16 June 2004



Position Papers


  1. "Political Institutionalization of East European Jewish Communities: the Post-Communist Experience". Position paper, presented to the International Symposium "Jewish Communal Life in Contemporary Europe", organized by the European Jewish Congress, Kiev, June 2000

  1. "Contemporary Ukrainian Jewish Community: Social, Demographic and Political Trends". Position paper, presented to the Herezeliya Conference "Balance of Israel's National Security", 2-4 December 2002.

  1. "Multiculturalism, Society and Politics in Israel: Reflections on the Mass Immigration from the Former Soviet Union". Position paper, presented to the International Seminar of the Project on Comparative Approaches to Multiculturalism and Immigration, Program on Conflict Management and Negotiation, Bar Ilan University, 30 April 2003

  1. "Between Ratsui and Matsui: Russian-Jewish Identity, Vision of Return, and Sociopolitical Reality in the Land of Israel." Position paper, prepared for the Project "The Meaning of Catastrophe, Historical Knowledge, and Return of Exiles: the Predicaments of Palestinians and Jews", Philadelphia, 5-8 June 2002


Research Projects:


  1. The Students from the Third World Countries in the Ukrainian Universities: the Problem of Social Adaptation (Research Division, Industrial Institute of Zaporozhye), 1988

  2. Scientific Research in Higher Educational Establishments and Market Economy; the Social and Psychological Aspects (Research Division, Industrial Institute of Zaporozhye), 1989

  3. The 1990 General Elections in the USSR: the People’s View (Zaporozhye, Regional Center for Public Opinion Studies) 1990

  4. The Social Values and Orientations of East Ukrainian Youth (Zaporozhye Scientific Research Center for Youth Problems) 1992

  5. The Youth of Dniepr Region: Attitudes Towards State and Politics (Zaporozhye Scientific Research Center for Youth Problems) 1992

  6. The Social and Historical Aspects of Development of the Jewish Communities in Ukraine (Tel-Aviv, Yoram-Shnitzer Foundation for Research in Jewish History and the Institute for Jewish Diaspora Research, Tel-Aviv University), 1993 - 1994

  7. Ukraine: the Problem of Political Stability and the Prospects for Economic Cooperation (Tel-Aviv, Institute for International Trade and Investment, College of Administration) 1993

  8. Patrons and Clients: Politicians and Political Struggle in Nigeria (1960s - 1990s) - (Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem) 1994 - 1996

  9. The Jewish Emigration and Zionist Activities in the Post World War II Ukraine, (Agmon Research Project, Tel-Aviv University) 1994 - 1998

  10. Academic Evaluation of the Jewish Studies Program at the International Solomon University, Kiev, Ukraine (the Lookstein Center for Jewish Education in Diaspora, Bar-Ilan University and American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee) 1996

  11. Academic and Political Background to the Creation of the Unified System of the Jewish Education in the Ukraine (the Lookstein Center for Jewish Education in Diaspora, Bar-Ilan University and Joint Authority for Jewish Zionist Education, Jewish Agency for Israel), 1996

  12. The Revival of Organized Jewish Life in the Contemporary Ukraine: Models, Trends and Prospects, 1987-1997 (Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee), 1998-1999

  13. Jewish Education and Jewish Identity in Ukraine. (An academic evaluation of the Jewish identity teaching and system of Jewish education in Ukraine, invited by the Department of Education, Jewish Agency for Israel, July-September, 2000).

  14. Challenging "Big Brother": Foreign Policy of Independent Ukraine in the Middle East and Africa (1991-2000). (The Cummings Center for Russian and East European Studies, Tel-Aviv University, currently)

  15. The Meaning of Catastrophe, Historical Knowledge, and Return of Exiles: the Predicaments of Palestinians and Jews. (Co-participant in the international project, US Institute of Peace, currently)

  16. Kiev Jewish Heritage Center Project Crises: Roots, Structure and Ways of Resolution. An academic evaluation. (Commissioned and funded by American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee), 2003

  17. Identity and Assimilation Trends among FSU Jewish Population: Ethnic and Social Aspects (The Rappaport Center for Assimilation Research and Strengthening Jewish Vitality, and Jewish Agency for Israel)

  18. The "Russian" Community and the New Immigrant Politics in Contemporary Israel. (The research proposal is submitted to the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs)

  19. The "Jews", the "Russians", and the "Israelis": Revival of Jewish Life in Eastern Europe and Its Impact on Israeli Society and Politics. (The research proposal is submitted to Hanadiv Charitable Foundation, London, UK)


Public Lectures


  1. Moscow Coup and Aftermath (the Social Science Faculty, University of Oxford, UK, November, 1991)

  2. Israel, Jewish Diaspora and the Problem of Restoration of Jewish Life in Ukraine (the Rabbi Lookstein Center for Jewish Education in Diaspora, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, July, 1994)

  3. National and Ethnic Minorities in Israel: Political Role and Legal Status (Center for Civilization and Regional Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, September 1999)

  4. Ukraine and Prospects of Resolution of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: the View from Tel-Aviv (Institute for Oriental Studies, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, August 2000)

  5. Israel and Politics in the Middle East (Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, September 2000)

  6. The Role of Ethnic Autonomy in Minorities' Education: the Israeli Experience (State Committee for Ethnic Autonomies' Affairs, City Government of Moscow, February 2001)

  7. Politics in Israel and in Russia: Parallels and Differences (Moscow State University of International Relations, September 2000)

  8. Image of Russia in Israeli Media (Department of Journalism, State University of Moscow, September 2000)

  9. Israeli Elections and after (Dept. of Middle East, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, February 2001)

  10. Non-Formal Power Structures in the Post-Soviet Central Asia (Austrian Oriental Society, Vienna, October, 2001)

  11. Jewish Activities in the USSR in 1944-1967: the Case of Ukraine (Tel-Aviv University, June, 2002)

  12. A New "Russian" Politics in Israel? New Immigrant Vote in 2003 Elections (St. Anthony's College, University of Oxford, UK, February 2003)


^ Other Publications:


Book reviews


"Nigerian 1979 Elections (London: Macmillan, 1981)", Narody Azii y Afriki (Peoples of Asia and Africa), 1984, No 3 (in Russian)


"Elections in Independent Africa (Boulder and London: Westview, 1987)", ^ Obshchestvevvye nauki za rubezhom (Social Science Abroad), 1990, No 1 (in Russian)


"Daniel Elazar and Development of the Political Sociology of the Jewish People", Evreiskoe obrazovanie/Jewish Education, Jerusalem/St. Petersburg, Nos 1-2 (2002) (in Russian)


Textbooks:


Jewish Pedagogical Seminary (Beth-Midrash le-Morim) of Kiev, Ukraine. Programs and texts for courses in Jewish Studies (Report and Documentation for Pinkus Fund Project #341 Series), Ramat-Gan: The Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein Center for Jewish Education in the Diaspora and L.A.Pinkus Fund for Jewish Education in Diaspora, 1997 (180 pp.)


Academic Editor of the Russian Translation of Textbooks in Open University Series: B. Neuberger, Israeli Government and Politics, 12 Volumes ["From Yshuv to the State", "Democracy in Israel: the Origins and Development", "The Constitutional Debate in Israel", "Knesset Supremacy or Government Rule?", "Elections in Israel", "Political Parties in Israel", "Religion, State and Politics", "Mass-Media and Politics", "The Arab Minority in Israeli Politics"] (Tel-Aviv: Open University of Israel, 1996-1998)


Encyclopedia items


"The peoples of Tanzania" (34 items), in: Gonen, A. et all (eds.).The Peoples of the World (New York: Henry Hold and Co. Ltd., 1993)


"Contemporary Ukrainian Jewish Movement", in Finberg L., et al (Eds.) Preliminary Materials for Ukrainian Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol. 2 (Kiev: UIJS, 1998) (in Ukrainian)


"Dnepropetrovsk", "Jewish Confederation of Ukraine", "United Jewish Community of Ukraine" , in The YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe (New York: YIVO, 2008) (forthcoming)



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