Creativity and the Factors that drive Intellectual and Cultural Achievements

This chapter is the first iteration of a work in progress. It discusses the links between creativity and its drivers on the one hand, and Jewish achievement particularly in non-material fields: culture, science, technology, and the arts, on the other. Our underlying assumption is that creativity in all fields was essential to the survival and thriving of the Jewish people in the past, and thus, Jews have an interest in…
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Dr. Gitit Levy-Paz


Dr. Gitit Levy-Paz is a fellow at JPPI. She has a Ph.D. in Political Science from Bar-Ilan University, an M.A. in Hebrew Literature from Ben Gurion University, and a B.A. in Political Science and Communication from Bar-Ilan University. Her work focuses on contemporary Jewish American identity from an interdisciplinary – sociological, political and literary – viewpoint. In addition to her work at the JPPI, she is a lecturer at Bar-Ilan University.

Gitit was selected as a research fellow for the Israel Democracy Institute’s program on Judaism and Human Rights and has received several other fellowships. She worked as a literary editor and wrote literary criticism for the literary section of Haaretz.

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