Dr. Ori Goldberg
Dr. Ori Goldberg's research focuses on the interaction between
religious faith and political behavior. His specialty is Shi'a Islam
and Iran. His doctoral dissertation, published by Routledge in 2011
(Shi'i Theology in Iran: The Challenge of Religious Experience),
dealt with the role of religious experience in the creation of
revolutionary Shi'i discourse in Iran.
Dr. Goldberg is the author of Lachshov Shi'it (Thinking Shi'a),
published as part of IDF Radio's "Broadcast University" series.
He is the co-author (with Shaul Mishal) of Understanding Shiite
Leadership: The Art of the Middle Ground in Iran and Lebanon
(Cambridge University Press, 2013).
Dr. Goldberg is the recipient of many academic prizes, including
the Dan David Prize and the Wolff scholarship. He has served as a
research fellow in several prominent institutions and foundations
abroad, including Yale University, the Mellon Foundation, the Volkswagen Stiftung and others.
He has served as a senior research fellow at the Dado Center for Interdisciplinary
Military Though (IDF) and is a faculty member of the Israeli National Defense
College. Dr. Goldberg teaches and has taught at the IDC, Tel Aviv University, and
Senior Researcher, ICT, IDC Herzliya
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