- HIS 209, Spring ’16 Hours: M 2-3:30, R 12:30-2, and by appt
Assistant Professor of History
B.A., McGill University; M.A., Ph.D., Brandeis University
Modern Jewish history, European history, intellectual history
Simon Rabinovitch teaches classes in Jewish, European, Russian, and legal history. Rabinovitch’s published work has examined different aspects of Jewish intellectual history, Jewish politics in revolutionary Russia, and the history of folklore and ethnography. He is the author of Jewish Rights, National Rites: Nationalism and Autonomy in Late Imperial and Revolutionary Russia and the editor of Jews and Diaspora Nationalism: Writings on Jewish Peoplehood in Europe and the United States. He is also an occasional contributor to Haaretz (English) and an editor at The Marginalia Review of Books. Rabinovitch is currently at work on a comparative study of Jewish collective rights in the twentieth century.