logorevised.gif (6807 bytes)THE DINUR CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN JEWISH HISTORY
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Sivan, Emmanuel


Personal:

Born 1937, Kfar Hahoresh (Israel); Ph.D. 1965, Univ. of Paris (Sorbonne); Lect. 1966; Sen. Lect. 1969; Assoc. Prof. 1972; Prof. 1977.

E-mail: esivan@vms.huji.ac.il

Tel: 972-2-588-3771 (office); 972-2-643-1996; Fax: 972-2-563-5782

Research Interests:

Contemporary Islamic fundamentalism; comparative fundamentalism. Collective memory.

Recent Publications:

Sivan, E. (1990) Radical Islam: Medieval Theology and Modern Politics. New Haven, Yale University Press, xi + 238 pp.

Sivan, E. and Friedman, M., eds. (1990) Religious Radicalism and Politics in the Middle East. Albany, SUNY Press, vii + 244 pp.

Sivan, E. (1993) To remember is to forget. Journal of Contemporary History, 28: 28-47.

Sivan, E. (1994) La revanche de la soci?t? civil. In: Un Peril Islamiste? ed. A. Gresh, Brussels, Complexe, pp.23-36.

Sivan, E. (1994) The life of the dead. In: Reshaping the Past (Studies in Contemporary Jewry, vol.10), ed. J. Frankel, New York, Oxford University Press, pp.164-177.

Sivan, E. (1995) Eavesdroping on radical Islam. Middle East Quarterly, 3/95: 13-24.

Sivan, E. (1995) Mythes politiques arabes. Paris, Fayard, 298 pp.

Sivan, E. (1995) The enclave culture. In: Fundamentalism Comprehended, ed. M. Marty, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, pp.11-68.

Sivan, E. (1995) Fundamentalism: Genus and species. In: Fundamentalism Comprehended, ed. M. Marty, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, pp.399-504.

Sivan, E. and Winter, J. (in press) Memory of War. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp.

Sivan, E. and Almond, G. (in press) Comparative Fundamentalisms. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, pp.


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