Tamar Kogman

Ph.D. 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


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


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

Languages: Hebrew, English, German



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”