Gadi Algazi

Visiting Scholar
Visiting Scholars are established scholars, as evidenced by significant publications and broad academic experience, spending a fixed term as guests at the MPIWG for research purposes. They may be externally funded or receive a Research Fellowship from the MPIWG.
Department II
Professor of History, Department of History, Tel Aviv University
Residence:
February 1, 2018 to February 28, 2018
Profile

Gadi Algazi studied history, Islamic history and civilization, and French literature in Tel Aviv and Göttingen. He obtained his PhD in 1992. Gadi was a Visiting Scholar at MPIWG, a Research Fellow at Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin, and is currently a professor at Tel Aviv University in the Department of History. In addition, he is an associate Research Fellow at the international research center Work and Human Life Cycle in Global History at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. He is also member of the editorial boards of Past & Present and Historische Anthropologie, and previously served as senior editor of the journal History & Memory (2001–2012).

As a Visiting Scholar at MPIWG, Gadi is working on his book on the making of the scholarly way of life, 1470–1630. His research interests include late medieval and early modern social and cultural history, with a focus on historical anthropology and gender history; he is particularly interested in the history and theory of the social sciences, settler colonialism, and frontier societies.

Contact

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science 
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Germany