Nimrod Rosler

Schusterman Visiting Assistant Professor, Jewish Studies Program
2013 - 2014
2012 - 2013
Primary office:
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Israel


Nimrod Rosler is currently a Lady Davis post-doctoral fellow at the Swiss Center for Conflict Research, and a lecturer at Bar-Ilan University and IDC Herzeliya. He received his Ph.D. in 2012 from the Swiss Center at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and spent the last two years as a Visiting Israel Professor at the Center for Global and International Studies, the University of Kansas. His research interests include political and psychological dynamics of intractable conflicts, peace processes, and leadership.
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The College Monthly Faculty/Staff Newsletter, Dec. 2017: In Jewish studies, a major symposium came together thanks to the efforts of program assistant Carla Aspenberg. She organized the “Jews in the Midwest” conference featuring four speakers from outside campus, as well as KU. She has also assisted the transition of a new director of undergraduate studies and managed other duties amid staff changes. And following the conference in November, she quickly switched gears to organizing a new, unexpected faculty hire in the department. Director John Younger said that without Carla, “Jewish studies would be dead in the water.”

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