Ghil'ad Zuckermann

Professor Ghil'ad Zuckermann


School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.

Professor Ghil'ad Zuckermann, D.Phil. (Oxon.), Ph.D. (Cantab.) (titular), is Chair of Linguistics and Endangered Languages, a tenured Full Professor (Level E), at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He has held 5-year competitive fellowships from both the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) (2017-2021) and the Australian Research Council (ARC) (2007-2011).

Prof. Dr Dr Zuckermann is a leading international expert in the following 10 fields: (1) Revivalistics, a new global, comparative, trans-disciplinary field of enquiry surrounding language reclamation (e.g. Hebrew, Barngarla Aboriginal language of South Australia, Bayoongoo Aboriginal language of Western Australia), revitalization (e.g. Adnyamathanha Aboriginal language of South Australia) and reinvigoration (e.g. Irish and Welsh); (2) Language in culture and society (including nationhood, religion, politics and identity), Cross-Cultural Communication; (3) English as the World's Language; (4) Israel and Jewish Studies (including Jewish languages); (5) Language, wellbeing and health (including for Indigenous and minority people); (6) Lexicology, lexicography and forensic linguistics (including trademarks, brand names and Intellectual Property - acting as Expert Witness in courts all over the globe); (7) Contact linguistics, linguistic evolution; (8) Lexical expansion and camouflaged borrowing (including phono-semantic matching); (9) Multiple causation, cross-fertilization and horizonal gene transfer in languages (including Culturomics, Tarbutomics and Revivalomics); (10) Historical linguistics.

Professor Zuckermann is elected member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Foundation for Endangered Languages (FEL), Academy of Oriental Scholars (Shanghai), and European Association of Jewish Studies. He served as President of the Australian Association for Jewish Studies (AAJS) (2017-2023), President of the Australasian Association for Lexicography (AUSTRALEX) (2013-2015), and Visiting Professor at the Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel) and Middlebury College (Vermont, USA). He serves as Editorial Board member of the Journal of Language Contact. He has been Consultant and Expert Witness -- in forensic linguistics, corpus lexicography and intellectual property in court cases all over the globe, e.g. Trade Marks / Brand Names, e.g. Federal Court of Australia: Moroccanoil vs Aldi: .

Professor Zuckermann is the author of "Revivalistics: From the Genesis of Israeli to Language Reclamation in Australia and Beyond" (Oxford University Press, New York, 2020) (ISBN 9780199812790 (pbk), ISBN 9780199812776 (hbk); ; 30% Discount Promo Code: AAFLYG6), the revolutionary bestseller "Israelit Safa Yafa" (Israeli - A Beautiful Language) (ISBN: 9789651319631, Am Oved, Tel Aviv, 2008), "Language Contact and Lexical Enrichment in Israeli Hebrew" (ISBN: 140391723X, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003) and -- as 诸葛漫 (= Ghil‘ad Zuckermann): 多源造词研究 (A Study of Multisourced Neologization) ( ISBN 9787567598935, 华东师范大学出版社 East China Normal University Press, ECNU, Shanghai, 2021, 420 pages).

He has published in English, Israeli (Reclaimed Hebrew), Italian, Yiddish, Spanish, German, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Arabic. His other books include "Engaging – A Guide to Interacting Respectfully and Reciprocally with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, and their Arts Practices and Intellectual Property" (2015:, "Dictionary of the Barngarla Aboriginal Language of Eyre Peninsula, South Australia" (2018:, "Barngarlidhi Manoo" (Speaking Barngarla Together) (2019, Second Edition: 2021), "Mangiri Yarda" ("Healthy Country": Barngarla Wellbeing and Nature) (2021, Second Edition: 2023) and "Mardinidhi" ("Healing": Barngarla Bush Medicines) (2023). He contributed three chapters to Tingo (Tel Aviv: Keren, 2011) and edited Burning Issues in Afro-Asiatic Linguistics (Cambridge Scholars, 2012), Jewish Language Contact (special issue of the International Journal of the Sociology of Language 226, 2014), and Endangered Words, Signs of Revival (AustraLex, 2014).

His Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), "Language Revival: Securing the Future of Endangered Languages" (with R. Amery), has so far attracted 20,000 learners from 190 countries:

After studying at the United World College (UWC) of the Adriatic (Collegio del Mondo Unito dell'Adriatico; Duino, Trieste) and performing several years of military service, he was selected for the Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Programme for Outstanding Students of Tel Aviv University, where he studied philosophy, psychology, classics, literature, law and mathematics, and specialized in linguistics, receiving his M.A. (summa cum laude) from the Department of Linguistics in 1997. As Scatcherd European Scholar of the University of Oxford and Denise Skinner Graduate Scholar of St Hugh's College, Oxford, he gained his D.Phil. (Oxon.) in 2000. In 1996-1998, he served as the elected President of the Oxford University L'Chaim Society, hosting scholars such as Stephen Hocking (24 February 1998).

In 2000-2004 Prof. Zuckermann was Gulbenkian Research Fellow at Churchill College, Cambridge, and was affiliated with the Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Studies, University of Cambridge. He has taught numerous undergraduate and graduate courses in four continents, e.g. at the University of Cambridge (Faculty of Oriental Studies, now known as Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies), National University of Singapore, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) (2017), University of Miami, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), Pavol Jozef Šafárik University (Košice, Slovakia), The University of Queensland (UQ) (Associate Professor 2006-2010), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI), Shanghai Customs College (2011), Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) (2010-13) and East China Normal University (ECNU).

He has been research fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation's Study and Conference Center (Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, Italy), Research Centre for Linguistic Typology (RCLT) (Institute for Advanced Study, La Trobe University), Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (University of Texas at Austin), Kokuritsu Kokugo Kenkyuujo (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tokyo), and Israel Institute for Advanced Studies (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). In 2015 he was elected Rex J Lipman Fellow at St Peter's College, Adelaide.

He has held a range of many fellowships and scholarships, including ARC, NHMRC, Project 211 Fellowship (China) (2010), "Shanghai Oriental Scholar" Professorial Fellowship (2011), British Academy Research Grant, Braginsky Centre Fellowship at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Memorial Foundation of Jewish Culture Postdoctoral Fellowship, Harold Hyam Wingate Scholarship, British Chevening Scholarship and Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Scholarship.

Professor Zuckermann has organized various international conferences such as the first Australian Workshop on Afro-Asiatic Linguistics (AWAAL) (11-13 September 2009, held at the Brisbane Writers Festival, State Library of Queensland, and at the University of Queensland, attracting scholars from 18 countries); Cross-Fertilization in Language and Genetics (Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 21 January 2013); Hybridity in Israel (Beit Leyvik, Tel Aviv, 29 January 2013); AUSTRALEX 2013: Endangered Words and Signs of Revival (University of Adelaide, 25-28 July 2013), and AAJS (University of Adelaide, 9-11 February 2014; Flinders University, 12-14 February 2023): He is the founder and convener of the Adelaide Language Festival (e.g. 16-17 May 2014,; 29 November 2017,

Professor Zuckermann has been consultant to the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), Oxford University Press (OUP), Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies (University of Miami), and Leyvik House, The Israeli Center for Yiddish Culture, Tel Aviv. He is Editorial Board Member of Journal of Language Contact, Jewish Contemporary Review, Mizrekh: Jewish Studies in the Far East, Israeli Journal of Humor Research, The Open Applied Linguistics Journal; Scientific Committee Member of Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE); Academic Committee Member of the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Anti-Semitism (YIISA); Thought Leader of Creativity Australia, Melbourne; and Advisory Board Member of Gifted Speech.

He has been referee for Yale University Press (YUP), Cambridge University Press (CUP), Oxford University Press (OUP), Languages in Contrast, Australian Journal of Linguistics, Balshanut Ivrit (Hebrew Linguistics), Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, International Journal of Lexicography, CamLing (Conference in Language Research, University of Cambridge), Israel Science Foundation (ISF), The Leverhulme Trust, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (ELDP), and the Academic Research Fund of Singapore's National Institute of Education (NIE). In 2008 he was President of the Jury of the BIFF Interfaith Award for Promoting Humanitarian Values, Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF).

He has delivered hundreds of keynote speeches, plenary conference papers and invited public lectures all over the globe.

Professor Zuckermann has featured in dozens of TV programmes, e.g. UK (e.g. Episode 2 (Identity), Fry's Planet Word, BBC2), Australia (e.g. SBS Living Black, ABC1 Midday Report, NITV Evening News), New Zealand (e.g. TVNZ Marae Investigates) and Israel (e.g. Channel 1, Channel 2, Channel 10, Channel 23, YES, YES DOCO), and in hundreds of radio programmes, e.g. UK (e.g. BBC World Service), Australia (e.g. ABC Lingua Franca programmes, an ABC Encounter programme with David Rutledge, an ABC Big Ideas panel broadcast on 15 April 2010, an ABC Life Matters interview with Richard Aedy on 19 July 2011, ABC programmes with Sonya Feldhoff, Ian Henschke, Peter Goers etc., numerous SBS interviews in Israeli, Yiddish, Italian and English, 6PR Perth, 3ZZZ Melbourne, Noongar Radio Perth, CAAMA Alice Springs, The Wire, Radio Adelaide...), Israel (e.g. Galey Tzahal, Reshet Bet, Kol Israel), Spain (e.g. Radio Sefarad), New Zealand, South Africa and Germany.

Short clips from recent BBC interviews of Professor Zuckermann by Stephen Fry (on Fry's Planet Word) can be found at (Hebrew Revival) and (The Politics of Language). See also BBC World News (2023):

Prof. Zuckermann has featured in thousands of newspaper articles, e.g. USA (e.g. New York Times, The Forward), UK (e.g. Reuters), Canada (e.g. Globe and Mail), the Netherlands (e.g. Trouw), Sweden (Språktidningen), Spain (e.g. Terra), Argentina (e.g. Clarín), New Zealand (New Zealand Jewish Chronicle), Germany (Jüdische Zeitung), Qatar (Al Jazeera, online), Australia (e.g. The Australian, Courier Mail, The Monthly, The Advertiser, Australian Jewish News, Rhapsody, E-ton, Galus Australis) and Israel (e.g. Haaretz, Yediot Aharonot, Maariv, Jerusalem Post, English Haaretz, Ynet, NRG, Time Out, Makor Rishon, Erev Erev, HaIr).

In 1993-6 Professor Zuckermann taught preparatory courses for various psychometric examinations (e.g. GMAT) at Kidum Institute, Tel Aviv, and co-authored four books in this field. Other interests include opera (in particular Puccini, Verdi, Donizetti and Mozart), film, photography, constrained literature, poetry, paleo-anthropology and human migration, cultural immersion through travel, and world politics.

Hebrew name: גלעד צוקרמן

Chinese name: 诸葛漫

Japanese name: 佐藤幸永

In the media: (BBC World: People Fixing the World: Bringing dead languages back to life, 10 January 2023)

Research interests include:
  • Revivalistics, Revival linguistics, cultural contact as manifested in language, comparative lexicology, historical linguistics, language and identity, sociolinguistics, lexical and grammatical borrowing, language genesis and evolution, Jewish languages, English as the global language, endangered languages and dialects.
Current research includes:
  • Revivalistics: Reclamation, revitalization and reinvigoration; maintenance and empowerment; of indigenous or minority languages, dialects and cultures, Native Tongue Title (proposed compensation for language loss), language rights, linguistic revival and survival, multiple causation, hybridity, the genesis of the Israeli language, Australian Aboriginal languages, Barngarla (Parnkalla) (Aboriginal language of Port Lincoln, Port Augusta...), Maori, lexical expansion in Mandarin Chinese, alternative language teaching methods, language planning, language academies, language and religion, internationalization of China's linguistics, corpus lexicography, forensic linguistics, trademarks, branding.
  • 2017-21 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Project Grant APP1129796 (with Alex Brown): Examining the impact of language reclamation on social and emotional well being among the Barngarla ($1,111,633).
  • 2007-11 Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Fellowship DP0770414: Language Revival in the Middle East: The Genesis of Israeli ('Modern Hebrew') – Lessons for the Revival of No-Longer Spoken Australian Languages.
  • 2012-16 Indigenous Languages Support (ILS) grant: Barngarla Aboriginal language reclamation.
  • 2012-15 Indigenous Languages Support (ILS) grant: Mobile Language Team (collaborator) ($1,050,000).
  • 2010-14 Project 211 (China): Internationalizing China's Linguistics.
  • 2012-13 The University of Adelaide Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Grant: Revivalistics.
  • 2011-12 The University of Adelaide Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Grant: Revivalistics. 
  • 2002 British Academy Research Grant: The Camouflaged Lexical Influence of English on the World’s Languages.

Teaching Activities 

Professor Ghil'ad Zuckermann convenes and teaches various undergraduate and postgraduate courses, for example the following:

NEW Courses Taught
Course Title Institution Course Level/ Code
Language Revival: Securing the Future of Endangered Languages University of Adelaide edX MOOC
The Wonder of Language University of Adelaide LING 1101
Language in Culture and Society  University of Adelaide LING 1102
Revivalistics, Cross-Fertilization & Wellbeing University of Adelaide LING 3017
Language in a Global Society University of Adelaide LING 2037
Languages in the 21st Century: Cultural Contact and New Words University of Adelaide LING 2049
Language Planning University of Adelaide LING 5000
Revival Linguistics: Language Reclamation and Wellbeing University of Adelaide LING 2050
Enquiring Mind Core Course (Faculty of Arts) University of Adelaide LING 1007
Cross-Cultural Communication University of Adelaide LING 2038
Other Courses Taught
Course Title Institution Course Level/ Code
Foundations of Linguistics University of Adelaide LING 1101
Language and Ethnography of Communication University of Adelaide LING 1102
Morphology and Syntax University of Adelaide LING 2046
Phonology and Phonetics University of Adelaide LING 2040
Language and Meaning University of Adelaide LING 5004
Other courses:
  • Language Revival
  • Language Contact
  • Lexical Expansion
  • Borrowing
  • Semantics
  • Multiple Causation
  • Linguistic Research Writing
  • How to be both Original and Scholarly 

Professor Zuckermann has served as Post-Graduate Coordinator (PGC), Head of the Linguistics Discipline and Department, Undergraduate Coordinator and Linguistics Honours Coordinator.

Please contact Professor Zuckermann if you would like to give a lecture on any linguistic topic at the University of Adelaide.

  • Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2016 - 2020 Principal Supervisor Codeswitching as an Index and Construct of Sociopolitical Identity: The Case of the Druze, Christians and Muslims in Israel Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Eve Afifa Kheir
    2015 - 2022 Principal Supervisor Educational Policy and Praxis at Tertiary Level Concerning Ethnic Minority Languages in China and Indigenous Languages in South Australia and the Northern Territory Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Jie Yang
    2014 - 2019 Co-Supervisor International Best Practice in the Teaching of Lyric Diction to Conservatorium-Level Singers Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Penelope Cashman
    2013 - 2016 Principal Supervisor A Grammar of Solor - Lamaholot, A Language of Flores, Eastern Indonesia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Yosep Bisara Kroon
    2012 - 2016 Co-Supervisor Applying SFL to the Quran: Textual Metafunction in Some of the Quranic Narratives of Abraham Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Mr Zaid Shihab Alamiri
  • Other Supervision Activities

    Date Role Research Topic Location Program Supervision Type Student Load Student Name
    2019 - ongoing External Supervisor Co-evolution of Language and Genes in the Trans Fly Region in Papua New Guinea The University of Adelaide - Doctorate Full Time Divon Lan
    2017 - 2018 Principal Supervisor Multisourced Neologization The University of Adelaide - Postdoctorate Full Time Professor CHEN Yan
    2016 - 2017 Principal Supervisor The Barngarla Aboriginal Language The University of Adelaide - Other Full Time Lur ALGHURABI
    2016 - 2017 Principal Supervisor The Nature of the Chinese Orthography The University of Adelaide - Master Full Time WANG Shiyu
    2015 - 2016 Co-Supervisor The Importance of Native and Introduced Species in Indigenous Australia, as Reflected in Language, Culture and Practical Use. University of Queensland - Honours Full Time Emma Lee
    2015 - 2016 Principal Supervisor Aboriginal Language Reclamation Eton College, England - Other Full Time Sebastian HARRISS
    2014 - 2016 Principal Supervisor Revivalistics The University of Adelaide - Postdoctorate Full Time Associate Professor YAO Chunlin (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
    2013 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Phono-Semantic Matching in Hebrew and Chinese The University of Adelaide - Master Full Time RUAN Xiang Michael
    2013 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Changes in the Balawiy Bedouin Arabic Dialect of Saudi Arabia, 1985-2015 The University of Adelaide - Master Full Time Hend ABLAWI
    2013 - 2014 Principal Supervisor Sociolinguistics The University of Adelaide - Postdoctorate Full Time Dr XU Jia (Shanghai International Studies University)
    2013 - 2014 Principal Supervisor Sociolinguistic Analysis of Quenya, Klingon and Na’vi The University of Adelaide - Honours Full Time Ammon Stephenson
    2010 - 2011 External Supervisor Phono-Semantic Matching in Modern Standard Chinese University of Oxford - Honours Full Time Sarah FLEMING
    2007 - 2011 Principal Supervisor Language Contact and Lexical Expansion in Vietnamese University of Queensland - Doctorate Full Time Nga Thuy NGUYEN
    2007 - 2008 Co-Supervisor Bio-Linguistic Diversity in Ecological Transition Zones Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Honours Full Time Roni ATIDIA
    2003 - 2004 Co-Supervisor From Cyrus to Mendele – A Diachronic Study of the Israeli Hebrew Present University College London - Master Full Time Lily KAHN
    2001 - 2002 Principal Supervisor The Multivalent Nature of the Chinese Orthography National University of Singapore - Honours Full Time Shirley TING
    2000 - 2004 Co-Supervisor The Genesis of the Yiddish Language University of Cambridge - Honours Full Time Jared GREENBLATT
  • Mentoring

    Date Topic Location Name
    2020 - ongoing Linguistics (B.A. Advanced) The University of Adelaide Kieran Smith
    2019 - ongoing Linguistics (B.A. Advanced) The University of Adelaide Fei Stokes
    2019 - ongoing Linguistics (B.A. Advanced) The University of Adelaide Beth Peartree
    2017 - ongoing Constructed Languages The University of Adelaide Mario Pilla
    2014 - 2017 Leaked Truths: Australian political discourse in response to the Nauru files The University of Adelaide Isabelle MAY
    2013 - 2016 The social media platform Snapchat and its role in forming structural lines of communication for crisis management The University of Adelaide Cassie TAYLOR
  • Committee Memberships

    Date Role Committee Institution Country
    2014 - ongoing Member Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) - Australia
    2014 - ongoing Member UNESCO International Conference on Language - -
    2014 - ongoing Member Leyvik House The Israeli Center for Yiddish Culture, Tel Aviv Israel
    2014 - ongoing Vice-President Australian Association for Jewish Studies (AAJS) - -
    2013 - ongoing Founder The Adelaide Language Festival University of Adelaide Australia
    2013 - ongoing Member Research Committee, School of Humanities University of Adelaide Australia
    2013 - ongoing Member Member of the Indigenous Committee, Faculty of Arts (2013-present) University of Adelaide Australia
    2013 - 2015 President Australasian Association for Lexicography (AUSTRALEX) - -
    2012 - ongoing Member Tarbut Society, Adelaide - -
    2012 - ongoing Board Member Foundation for Endangered Languages (FEL) - -
    2011 - ongoing Member International Morphology Meeting (IMM) - -
    2011 - ongoing Member Jewish National Fund (JNF), South Australia - Australia
    2011 - 2013 Vice-President Australasian Association for Lexicography (AUSTRALEX) - -
    2009 - ongoing Member Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE) - -
    2006 - 2011 Member Keren Heyesod – United Israel Appeal (UIA) - Australia
    2005 - 2011 Director The Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism (YIISA) Yale University -
    2004 - ongoing Member Australasian Association for Lexicography (AUSTRALEX) - -
  • Memberships

    Date Role Membership Country
    2013 - 2014 Member Indigenous Research Committee (chaired by the Pro Vice-Chancellor Research Strategy) Australia
    2012 - ongoing Member Hogarth Club Australia
  • Consulting/Advisories

    Date Institution Department Organisation Type Country
    2010 - ongoing WhiteSmoke Applied Linguistics, Grammar - -
    2009 - ongoing Gifted Speech Applied Phonetics - United States
    2009 - ongoing Cambridge University Cambridge University Press School or college United States
    2009 - ongoing Shanghai Jiao Tong University Development Office - China
    2007 - ongoing Yale University Yale University Press (YUP) - United States
    2005 - 2011 University of Miami Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies School or college United States
    2004 - 2008 Burlington English/Burlington Books Applied Phonetics - -
    2004 - ongoing Invited Speaker, Radio Programs Various - -
    2004 - ongoing Invited Speaker, TV Programs - - -
    2002 - ongoing Oxford University Oxford University Press (OUP) - -
    2000 - ongoing Court System in (corpus) lexicography and (forensic) linguistics - -
    1998 - ongoing Feature Writer and Expert Comments - - -
    1998 - ongoing - - - -
  • Editorial Boards

    Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country
    2013 - ongoing Board Member Topics in Humor Research, Book Series John Benjamins -
    2011 - ongoing Associate Editor International Journal of Language Studies - -
    2010 - ongoing Board Member Israeli Journal of Humor Research: An International Journal - -
    2009 - ongoing Board Member Jewish Contemporary Review - -
    2007 - ongoing Board Member Mizrekh: Jewish Studies in the Far East - -
    2007 - ongoing Board Member The Open Applied Linguistics Journal - -
    2004 - ongoing Board Member Journal of Language Contact - -
  • Offices Held

    Date Office Name Institution Country
    2013 - ongoing Non-Executive Director MindShift Australia
    2009 - ongoing Thought Leader Creativity Australia Australia
    2009 - 2009 Participating Chair Brisbane Writers Festival (BWF) -
    2008 - 2012 Keynote Speaker Limmud Galil (Annual Festival of Jewish Learning & Culture) -
    2008 - 2008 Juror BIFF Interfaith Award for Promoting Humanitarian Values, Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) -
    2008 - 2008 Invited Keynote Speaker Limmud NZ (Annual Festival of Jewish Learning & Culture) New Zealand
    2007 - 2010 Lecturer on Jewish Studies and the Hebrew Bible Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Centre, The University of Queensland -
    2006 - ongoing Invited Lecturer Leyvik House, The Israeli Center for Yiddish Culture Israel
    2006 - 2006 Invited Professor Betar Australia -
    2006 - 2006 Senior Lecturer, The Hebrew Language in its Cultural Context The Melton Graduate Programme, The Florence Melton Adult Mini-School (A Project of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Melbourne Australia
    2005 - ongoing Invited Lecturer Limmud Oz (Annual Festival of Jewish Learning & Culture) Australia
    2005 - 2006 Invited Professor, Year 11 Conference Mount Scopus Memorial College, Melbourne -
    2005 - 2005 Senior Lecturer Course for the Hebrew Teachers of Victoria, The Hebrew Teachers Association of Victoria, Bialik College, Melbourne -
    2004 - 2004 Visiting Professor The Birth of a Modern Language: An Introduction to the History and Culture of Israeli Hebrew, Adult Institute for Jewish Studies, Temple Beth Am, Miami, Florida -
    2002 - 2004 Senior Treasurer United World Colleges Society, University of Cambridge -
    2002 - 2003 International Selection Examiner United World Colleges -
    1997 - 1997 President Oxford University L’Chaim Society -
    1993 - 1994 Chairman United World Colleges Israel -
    1993 - 1993 Representative Jewish Agency, Quebec Canada
    1989 - 1993 Course commander, Senior Lecturer Israel Defence Forces Israel
    1989 - 1993 Writer of clues for the cryptic crossword Yedioth Ahronoth (Israel’s largest daily newspaper) -
    1986 - 1987 Chairman B’nai B’rith Youth Organization, Eilat Israel

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