Name: Raanan Rein.
Address: 47, Ha-Knesset St. Givataim 53465, Israel.
Place of Birth: Tel Aviv, Israel.
Date of Birth: June 17, 1960.
Family Status: Married, with two children.
Ph.D. History (Cum Laude), Tel Aviv University, 1991.
M.A. History, Tel Aviv University, 1988.
B.A. Political Science and History (Cum Laude), Tel Aviv University, 1986.
2023-: Member of the Scientific Council of the Asociación de Historiadores Latinoamericanistas Europeos (AHILA.eu)
2023-2026: Member of the Academic Committee of the 24th International Commission of Historical Sciences Congress in Jerusalem, July 26-31, 2026.
2023-2025: Data Privacy Officer, Tel Aviv University.
2023: Member of the Scientific Council of the Segundo Encuentro de Argentinistas Europeos, Universidad de Alcalá (Spain) and Sorbonne Université.
2023-2024: Advisor on Global Engagement to Ruppin Acdemic Center’s President.
2007-2024: Member, Board of Directors, ANU-Museum of the Jewish People (formerly Beit Hatfutsot), Tel Aviv.
2010-2023: Board Member, Institute of Advanced Studies, Tel Aviv University.
2021-2023: Member of the Board of Directors of the Historical Society of Israel.
2022: Special Graduate Faculty, History Graduate Program, Trent University.
2022: Thematic Editor and Area Advisor, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History.
2022-: Member of the search committee for a new president to Sapir College, Israel.
2004-2022: Founder and Director, The S. Daniel Abraham Center for International and Regional Studies, Tel Aviv University.
2007-2021: Member, Board of Directors, Tel Aviv University Press.
2012-2020: Vice President, Tel Aviv University.
2020: Chair, Forum of Vice Presidents for Global Engagement of all Israeli universities.
2015-: Member of the advisory board of the Centro de Documentación e Investigaciones acerca del Peronismo, Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Argentina.
2013-2016: Member of the International Committee, appointed by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport, to evaluate centers of excellence in Spanish Universities.
2005-2009: Vice Rector, Tel Aviv University.
2004-2005: Member of the Board of Directors, Tel Aviv University.
2000-2004: Head, Sverdlin Institute for Latin American History and Culture, Tel Aviv University.
2001-: Full Professor, Department of History, Tel Aviv University.
1998-2001: Associate Professor, Department of History, Tel Aviv University.
2009: Member, Present Time Dimension Committee, Dan David Prize ($1,000,000).
2008-: Member of the Board of the Interdisciplinary Center of Judaic Studies, Rio de Janeiro Federal University.
2010: Chair, the Shalom Rosenfeld Press Award committee, Tel Aviv University
2007-2009: Chair, Board of Directors, School of Communications, Tel Aviv University.
2007-2012: Member, Academic Committee, The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University.
2007: Member, Past Dimension Committee, Dan David Prize ($1,000,000).
2003-2005: Chairperson of the Teaching Policy Committee, Faculty of Humanities, Tel Aviv University.
2002: Member of the Toledano Award Committee for research on Spanish Jewry.
2002: Member of the Academic Committee, V International Symposium, "América Latina y el Caribe. El desafío de desarrollo e integración en el nuevo milenio”, University of Buenos Aires, October 2002.
2000: Member of the Academic Committee, IV International Symposium "El Cono Sur, su inserción en el tercer milenio”, University of Buenos Aires, October 2000.
1996-1998: Senior Lecturer, Department of History, Tel Aviv University.
1992-1996: Lecturer, Department of History, Tel Aviv University.
1984-1987: Foreign News Editor, Hadashot daily newspaper (Hebrew, Tel Aviv).
1982-1984: Commentaries on foreign affairs, Al Hamishmar daily; member of the founding group of Hadashot daily newspaper.
1979-1982: Foreign News Editor, I.D.F. Radio Station.
During the 1980s I published hundreds of articles and reportages in a number of Israeli newspapers and magazines. Among them:
"Menem Goes Out to the Balcony”, Hadashot, July 14 1989.
"Hostility Towards Israel”, Davar, Feb. 9, 1988.
"Everybody Calls Him Felipe”, Al Hamishmar, March 2, 1984.
"Sicily and Socialism”, Migvan (Israel Labour Monthly), No. 83-84 (Dec. 1983), pp. 23-27.
"The Unlit Side of the Chancellor”, Migvan (Israel Labour Monthly), No. 81-82 (July 1983), pp. 18-21.