Prof. Sam Lehman-Wilzig teaches and researches in the fields of Israeli politics; Israeli & general communications; new media; the impact of futuristic technology on society; and Judaic studies. From 1991-2004 he headed several academic teaching programs and in 2004-07 he chaired his department. Prof. Lehman-Wilzig has lectured in dozens of academic conferences, presented hundreds of public talks, and appeared in numerous TV and radio interviews in Israel and overseas. He has supervised over 50 masters theses and more than a dozen PhD dissertations, as well as creating several novel courses and a professional workshop for advanced students. On this site you can find his personal and academic profiles, full list of academic and general publications, as well as conference presentations, courses taught, significant public service, honors & awards, significant book reviews, and other personal details (some quite surprising!).
This site is English-based with some texts (prior blogs and several articles) appearing in the Hebrew original in PDF form.
origins, types, factors, success
alternative social systems:
grassroots action, systemic reform
israeli democracy: philosophy, reform
israeli elections: media campaigns
new media: evolutionary model, e-journalism capabilities
journalism: gender & news, newspapers' future, gatekeeping, reporting leaders' ill health, news categories
advertising & public relations: success factors
future technology & society
machine translation systems
artificial intelligence & the law
science fiction as prediction
house of rothschild
heritage of jewish oppositionism