Dr. Tom Navon
Phone: +49 341 21735–65
Working at the Dubnow Institute as a Research Associate since August 2020, funded by the Minerva Stiftung. Studied Jewish History at the University of Haifa and completed his M. A. degree in 2015. Title of Master’s thesis: »The Recession, 1964–1967: A Chapter in Israel's Political-Economic History«. Doctoral Candidate between 2015 and 2020 at the University of Haifa; subject of PhD thesis: »Marxist Jewish Historiography«. In recent years taught in Beit-Berl College of Education, guided student tours in Poland for Derech Center of Education (Hamahanot Haolim) and worked as a researcher in Hashomer Hatzair Department of History in Givat Haviva.
The Non-Jewish Jew in face of catastrophe:
the case of Otto Heller (1897–1945)
- Jews and Labor Movements
- Jewish Historiography
- Marxism and the Jewish Question
- History of Zionism
- Martin Buber
- Economic History of Israel
- Kibbutz Movement
Essays and Articles
Payn un Gvure: The Ideological Roots of Dror Movement Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, in: Yalkut Moreshet. Holocaust documentation and research, 91(2012), no.8, 95–108 (Heb.).
Uri Ram, The Return of Martin Buber: National and Social Thought in Israel from Martin Buber to the Neo-Buberians, Tel Aviv 2015, in: Kivunim Chadashim, 34 (May 2016), 83–91 (Heb.).