Elazar Barkan(哥伦比亚大学)

Professor of International and Public Affairs
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Elazar Barkan is Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, Director of SIPAs Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy Concentration, and Director of Columbias Institute for the Study of Human Rights.Barkan is also founding Director of the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) in The Hague. Professor Barkan served on ISHR’s board of directors before becoming ISHR’s co-director in 2007 and director in 2008. Previously, Professor Barkan served as chair of the History Department and the Cultural Studies Department at the Claremont Graduate University, where he was the founding director of the Humanities Center. Professor Barkan is a historian by training and received his PhD from Brandeis University.His research interests focus on human rights and on the role of history in contemporary society and politics and the response to gross historical crimes and injustices. His human rights work seeks to achieve conflict resolution and reconciliation by bringing scholars from two or more sides of a conflict together and employing historical methodology to create shared narratives across political divides and to turn historical dialogue into a fundamental tool of political reconciliation. A recent pertinent article: “Historians and Historical Reconciliation,” (AHR Forum) American Historical Review, (October 2009). Professor Barkans other current research interests include refugee repatriation, comparative analysis of historical commissions, shared sacred sites, and the question of human rights impact, specifically with regard to redress and transitional justice.Barkan received his PhD from Brandeis University in Comparative European History and BA from Tel Aviv University.

1、PhD in Comparative European History, Brandeis University
2、BA, Tel Aviv University

1、Columbia President’s Global Innovation Fund (PGIF) Faculty Grant Awards, 2016‐2018

1、The Guilt of Nations: Restitution and Negotiating Historical Injustices
Elazar Barkan
2000,The Johns Hopkins University Press
2、Claiming the Stones/Naming the Bones: Cultural Property and the Negotiation of National and Ethnic Identity
Elazar Barkan, Ronald Bush
2002,Getty Research Institute
3、Taking Wrongs Seriously: Apologies and Reconciliation
Elazar Barkan, Alexander Karn
2006,Stanford University Press
4、Reparation: A Moral and Political Dilemma
Elazar Barkan, Jon Miller, Rahul Kumar
2007,Reparations: Interdisciplinary Inquiries
5、Can Memory of Genocide Lead to Reconciliation?
Elazar Barkan, Richard G. Hovannisian
2007,The Armenian Genocide: Cultural and Ethical Legacies
6、Darfur Leaders Network, Darfur Workshop (2) Center for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, American University Cairo, June 27-30, 2009
Elazar Barkan
7、Shared History - Divided Memory. Jews and Others in Soviet-Occupied Poland, 1939-1941
Elazar Barkan, Elizabeth A. Cole, Kai Struve
2008,Simon Dubnow Institute
8、Genes and Burkas: Predicaments of Human Rights and Cultural Property
Elazar Barkan, Helaine Silverman, D. Fairchild Ruggles
2008,Cultural Heritage and Human Rights
9、Can Human Rights Be Local?
Elazar Barkan
2008,Raritan: A Quarterly Review
10、Including Cultural Justice in a Museum’s Value System
Elazar Barkan, Selma Holo, Mari-Tere Alvarez
2009,Beyond the Turnstile: Making the Case for Museums and Sustainable Values
11、Historians and Historical Reconciliation
Elazar Barkan
2009,American Historical Review
12、No Return, No Refuge: Rites and Rights in Minority Repatriation
Elazar Barkan
2011,Columbia University Press
13、Choreography of Sacred Spaces: State, Religion and Conflict Resolution
Elazar Barkan, Karen Barkey
2014,Columbia University Press
14、Memories of Violence: Micro and Macro History and the Challenges to Peacebuilding in Colombia and Northern Ireland
Elazar Barkan
2016,Irish Political Studies