Dr. Brian Horowitz
Brian Horowitz holds the Sizeler Family Chair in Jewish Studies at Tulane University. He grew up in Roslyn, NY and attended New York University (B.A.) and University of California, Berkeley (M. A., PhD). He is the recipient of many awards including Yad Hanadiv, Lady Davis, Alexander Von Humboldt, and Fulbright. He is the author of six books that include, Vladimir Jabotinsky’s Russian Years (2020); Russian Idea-Jewish Presence (2013); Empire Jews (2009) and Jewish Philanthropy and Enlightenment in Late-Tsarist Russia (2009). He has published in popular newspapers, such as the Jerusalem Post, Times of Israel, Mosaic, and Jewish Review of Books. He is presently working on a book on right-wing Zionists in the Mandate period.
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