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DAVID Julia

Associate member at IHMC (CNRS- ENS Ulm), since 2014. (History Department of ENS Ulm).

Lecturer at IEP Paris, Course on Jewish History since 1945 (in English), 2018

Formation and distinctions

PhD in Political Sciences, Université Paris I- Panthéon-Sorbonne. Viva on 10 December 2010. Unanimously granted the “most honorable and highly commended dissertation” distinction, and proposed for prize and grant. Dissertation title : “Neither Reaction, nor Revolution. The Jewish Intellectuals and the critique of Progress since the Interwar Period : a French Voice ?”.    

Co-winner of the 2011 prix de thèse de l’AFSR (thesis prize) (French Association for Social Science of Religions). Site Pouchet CNRS

Qualified by the CNU as lecturer, section 04, Political Science

Qualified by the CNU as lecturer (“maître de conferences”), section 22, History and Civilizations : Modern Worlds History

Fellowships and research positions

Postdoctoral researcher at GSRL-CNRS (Societies, Religions, Secularities, UMR 8582), November 2011-2014. 

Visiting Fellow at London School of Economics and political science (16 March 2015-2016)

Visiting Research Fellow at Oxford University, Department of Politics and International Relations, (28 February 2015-2016)

Fellow at Harvard University. Center for Jewish Studies, from 1er September through 30 November 2014.

Visiting scholar at New York University ( mi- May 2014-end October). Institute of French Studies, New York. 

Teaching

Lecturer (“chargée de cours”) at l’Institut Catholique de Paris, within the faculty of Social and Economic Sciences (FASSE). Teaching Social and Economic Sciences 2007-2014 (undergraduate program). 2013-2014, lecturer in Master’s degree).

Lecturer at IEP Paris (Paris Institute for Political Sciences), 2011-2012 - (2d-year undergraduates) ( Teaching 2 classes for a total 48h, 1st and 2nd semester)

Lecturer at IEP Paris. 2017-2018, on the Middle-East campus. Course on the Jewish history since 1945.

Lecturer at Ecole Nationale des Ponts-et-Chaussées (ENPC), “In the light of political philosophy : thinking techno-scientific innovation within the frame of democracy » (5h15), as part of the “Technique and democracy” course in March 2013 - 2014, and May 2016

Lecture at Barnard College (affiliated Columbia University) (October 2014), New York. “The left-wing intellectuals in France and the Arab-Israeli conflict”. (one session).

Taught subjects

  • History of the Jews since 1945 (IEP Paris) (2017-2018) (25h) (in English)
  • Political theory (Institut Catholique de Paris – Social and Economic Sciences undergraduate program and Law & Political Science undergraduate program) (courses on Hannah Arendt, Raymond Aron, Karl Popper, Max Weber etc )
  • History of political ideas (Institut Catholique de Paris. Undergraduate program in Law and Political Science) (lecturer from 2007 to 2013)
  • Racisms and Anti-Semitism : History, Anatomy and Interpretations (IEP Paris – Reims and Poitier Campus. Paris Institute of Political Sciences, 2d-year undergraduates).

Languages

  • French (native tongue)
  • English
  • Italian
  • Hebrew, Basic skills (undergraduate course at INALCO, French National Institute for Eastern Languages and Civilisations and Oulpan at Cercle Bernard Lazare in Paris)
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