I am an associate professor of history and serve as the inaugural Max Ticktin Chair of Israel Studies at George Washington University.
Trained as intellectual and cultural history my fields of expertise are modern Jewish and European history, and I am particularly drawn towards the meeting points between the history of Zionism and the state of Israel on the one hand and the history of the British Empire.
My publications include the intellectual biography "Isaiah Berlin: The Journey of a Jewish Liberal" (2012), and the edited volume, "Zionism – A View from the Outside" (2010 [in Hebrew]), alongside essays in journals such as Nations & Nationalism, Modern Intellectual History, History of European Ideas, The Journal of Israeli History and more.
My current research project seeks to trace the genealogy of the idea of partition in the British interwar Imperial context and to uncover other, alternative and somewhat forgotten federalist political schemes that were circulating at the time.
For more details please visit my academia.edu webpage at https://gwu.academia.edu/ArieDubnov