Ben-Rafael, Eliezer

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BEN-RAFAEL, Eliezer. Israeli (born Belgium), b. 1938. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics, Language/Linguistics, Sociology. Career: Centre de Sociologie Rurale, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, associate director of studies, 1984-85; Tel Aviv University, Israel, associate professor, 1987-91, professor of sociology and anthropology, 1991-, member of academic committee, Tami Shtinmatz Center for Peace Research, 1993-. Stanford University, visiting professor, 1984; Oxford University, Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, visiting scholar, 1989-90. Klal-Israel Project, cofounder and co-director, 2001-; International Institute of Sociology, president, 2001-. Consultant to International Peace Research Association and Commission on Peace Building in the Middle East. Publications: (with M. Lissak) Social Aspects of Guerilla and Anti-Guerilla Warfare, 1979; (with M. Konopnicki and P. Rambaud) Le Nouveau Kibboutz, 1979; The Emergence of Ethnicity, 1982; (with Konopnicki and Rambaud) Le Kibboutz, 1983; Israel-Palestine: A Guerrilla Conflict in International Politics, 1987; Status, Power, and Conflict in the Kibbutz, 1988; (with S. Sharot) Ethnicity, Religion, and Class in Israeli Society, 1991; Language, Identity, and Social Division, 1994; (with H. Ayalon and A. Yogev) Community in Transition, 1994; Crisis and Transformation, 1997; (with Y. Sternberg) Identity, Culture, and Globalization, 2001; Jewish Identities, 2002. EDITOR: (with E. Olshtain) Language and Society in Israel, 2 vols., 1994; (with H. Herzog) Language and Communication in Israel, 2001. Address: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tel Aviv University, Rm 629 Naftali Bldg, 69 978 Tel Aviv, Israel. Online address: [email protected]