Richard I. Cohen is the former academic director of the Israel Center of Research Excellence (I-Core) for the Study of Cultures of Place in the Modern Jewish World (Daat Hamakom) and Emeritus Professor of Jewish History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His publications include: The Burden of Conscience: French-Jewish Leadership during the Holocaust; Jewish Icons: Art and Society in Modern Europe; and a forthcoming volume on the Polish-Jewish artist Samuel Hirszenberg (1865-1908) with Prof. Mirjam Rajner. He has recently co-edited Spiritual Homelands: The Cultural Experience of Exile, Place and Displacement among Jews and Others.
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