PhD University of Paris –7, Denis Diderot.

I am a professor of political philosophy at the School of Political Science, and the Chair of the M.A. Degree in Cultural Studies, at the University of Haifa.

I have worked on 20th-century philosophers, such as Hannah Arendt, Emmanuel Levinas, Albert Camus and Jacques Derrida; on Philosophy and Literature; on Contemporary Jewish Philosophy; on Memory and Trauma, on Ethics and Politics.

My new book: Levinas's Politics: Justice, Mercy, Universality (University of Pennsylvania Press: 2000)

My new research focuses on popular sovereignty.