Visualizing a Cultural Revolution / Professor Camil Fuchs and Noah Slepkov @ ISVIS 2019

What happens when a mathematician (who is Israel’s leading statistician and pollster), a veteran journalist/author/editor, and an aspiring data scientist/developer team up to quantify and map the ways in which Jews in Israel practice Judaism? A new, interactive, model for understanding Jewish society in Israel is born. In this is quick presentation at the 2019 Israel Visualization Conference (ISVIS) Professor Camil Fuchs and Noah Slepkov discuss how the #IsraeliJudaism project…
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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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