Fellow in Hebraic Political Thought, Jewish Studies, Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia
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Daniel Doneson was educated in philosophy and classics at Harvard and Swarthmore and received his PhD as a Century Fellow from the University of Chicago's Committee on Social Thought. He has held fellowships and taught at the Centre Raymond Aron of the École Des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris; the Rosenzweig Center of the Hebrew University and the Van Leer Institute, both in Jerusalem; and the Lauder School of Government Strategy and Diplomacy, The IDC, Herzliya, Israel. Currently, he is a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture and a fellow in Hebraic Political Thought in the Program in Jewish Studies (Department of Religious Studies) and the Program in Constitutionalism and Democracy (Department of Politics) at the University of Virginia.