Tamar Kogman

Tamar
PhD Fellow

Academic Interests:

German and European intellectual history in the 19th and 20th centuries, German ethnic and national identity, "Europe" as an idea, the European Union

Current research:

The 'Apolitical German' and the Question of German Statehood, 1830-1919

Academic CV:

 

2020 – Minerva Fellow, University of Göttingen (host supervisor Prof. Dirk Schumann)

2019 – Armbruster Fellow, Freie Universität (host supervisor Prof. Oliver Janz)

 

2018 - present 

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of History, PhD Candidate in German intellectual history, supervised by Prof. Ofer Ashkenazi

2015-2016 

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, M.A in European Studies, magna cum laude

Thesis: Between German and European Identity Formation: Universalism and Particularism in Postwar German Intellectual Discourse, supervised by Thobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

2010-2014

Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, B.Mus (Classical Piano Performance), magna cum laude 

Languages: Hebrew, English, German

Conferences:

 

October 2019: 30th annual international conference of the Nietzsche-Gesellschaft,  “Anti-political German, Good European, or Pure-blooded Pole? Nietzsche and Ethnicity”

 

October 2017: 25th Annual Conference of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration, “Emerging Public Discourse on EU Funding to NGOs and Possible Implications for EU- Israel Relations”