Dr. Gabriel Noah Brahm (aka "Brahmsky") is a scholar, writer, and public intellectual, dealing with matters of education, public policy, antisemitism, and Israel. He is currently an Associate Professor of English at Northern Michigan University; a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy; a Schusterman Research Fellow in Israel Studies at Brandeis University; a Research Fellow with Scholars for Peace in the Middle East; and a Visiting Researcher in The School of Philosophy and Religions at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His academic specialties include literary theory, cultural studies, political philosophy and Middle East studies. He is the author of numerous articles on a wide variety of topics, and coauthor/coeditor of three books, including most recently The Case Against Academic Boycotts of Israel (Wayne State University Press, 2015). His work-in-progress at the moment is a monograph titled, Israel in Theory: The Jewish State and the Cultural Left. To arrange a visit to your campus or community group, write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @Brahmski. All content on this site ©Gabriel Noah Brahm, 2016.