1990: UC Berkeley (Supervisor: Hanna Pitkin)
Appointments at the Hebrew University
1995: Senior Lecturer (tenure)
2001-2007: Founder and Director of The Gilo Center for Citizenship, Democracy and Civic Education
2008: Associate Professor
2009-2011: Head of The Federmann School of Public Policy & Government
Other Appointments, Memberships and Fellowships
2014: (forthcoming) Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund Exchange Fellow and Visiting Scholar, Institute for Democracy and Human Rights, University of Sydney
2013-2014: The Grafstein Friends of HU Visiting Professor in Jewish Studies, University of Toronto
2005: University Scholars Program of the University of Singapore
2005: Ralph & Roslyn Halbert Visiting Scholar, University of Toronto
1999: Selected by University of Toronto to be the first Charles and Andrea Bronfman University
Professor in Israel Studies. (Declined offer for personal reasons).
1998-1999: Shoshana Shier Distinguished Visiting Professor in Jewish Studies, University of Toronto.
1996-1999: Lecturer and member of academic committee, The Sam Spiegel Film & Television School,
1994: ARIL (Association for Religion and Intellectual Life) Coolidge Fellow, Harvard University Divinity
1991-1995: Research Fellow and Head of Political Reform Program (1993-95), The Israel Democracy Institute.
1989-1991: Instructor, Program in Cultures, Ideas and Values, Stanford University.
Concepts and methods in political philosophy; Jewish political philosophy; The philosophy of Martin Buber; Language, mind and political culture; citizenship and it constitution; democratic civic education; Israeli regime and society
Language and Politics: The Case of Hebrew.
Dialogue, Relationships and Tikkun Olam in Martin Buber's Thought (BA seminar); Approaches and Methods to Research in Political Theory/Philosophy (graduate course); Political Concepts in Israel – Between Biblical and Israeli Hebrew (graduate research seminar).