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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Faculty: Law Department: Home Address: 45 Bilu St., Tel Aviv Phone No.: Date of birth: Place of birth: Tel Aviv Date of arrival in Israel: ZAHAL (Israeli) Military Service Date of Enlistment: Date of Discharge: Marital Status: Divorced No. of children: -- A. EDUCATION Tel-Aviv University, Interdisciplinary Program for Fostering Excellence. A direct Masters program Tel-Aviv University, Faculty of Social Sciences The Department of Sociology and Anthropology. M.A. Cum Laude, Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program (JSP) University of California, Berkeley. Ph.D., 2001 Dissertation: The Modern Art of Dying: The History of Euthanasia in America Title of Master's thesis: Name of Supervisor: Title of Doctoral dissertation: Name of supervisor: Homo Reus: The Criminal Law and the Interpellated Subject Prof. Ronen Shamir and Prof. Mordechai Kremnitzer The Modern Art of Dying: The History of Euthanasia in the United States Prof. Philippe Nonet, Prof. Kristin Luker, Prof. Thomas Laqueur, Prof. Gil Eyal C. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE APPOINTMENTS Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University 2006-Present Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES Director, Taubenschlag Institute for Criminal Law, Tel Aviv University 2009-Present Director, Minerva Center for Human Rights, Tel Aviv University RELATED ACTIVITIES Member of Junior Scholars Program, The National Academy of Science 2007-Present 2007-Present 2009-Present Editorial Board, Law, Cutlture and Humanities Review Member of the National Helsinki Committee for Genetic Research in Humans Editorial Board, Law and Society Review 3 D. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS Conferences and Workshops Oral Presentations Summer 1997 Fall 1998 Spring 1999 Summer 1999 Spring 2000 Summer 2000 Summer 2001 Summer 2002 Summer 2002 Fall 2002 Spring 2003 Fall 2003 Fall 2003 Spring 2004 Summer 2004 Spring 2005 Fall 2005 Spring 2006 Fall 2006 The Gift of Death: From Mercy Killing to Physician-Assisted Suicide, Law and Society, St. Louis, Missouri. Workshop on Death, Dying and Illness, Townsend Center for the Humanities, Sanoma County, California. The Right to Die and the Problem of Pain, Law, Culture, and Humanities, Wake Forest, North Carolina. The Problem of Pain and the Regulation of Death, Law and Society, Chicago, Illinois. Euthanasia: From Art to Technique, Law Culture and the Humanities, Washington, DC. Double-Effect: A Medieval Doctrine in 20 th century Medical Ethics? Law and Society, Miami, Florida. Euthanasia and Social Pain in America, Law and Society, Budapest, Hungary. Euthanasia and the Changing Laws of the Deathbed Law and Society, Vancouver, Canada The Changing Laws of the Deathbed Writing Legal History, Tel-Aviv, Israel The History of Euthanasia and the Rise of Technique Paradoxes and Self- Reference in Law, Frankfurt, Germany The Paradoxes of Punishment: Time, Pain and Justice, Public Lecture in Memory of Prof. Ariel Rosen-Zvi, Tel-Aviv Causation and Common Sense, conference for judges on causality, Jerusalem Imagining the Death Penalty in Israel, Law, Culture and Humanities, Hartford, Connecticut Imagining the Death Penalty in Israel, Excessive Use of Force, Jerusalem The Sanctity of Death: A History of the Death Penalty in Israel, Law and Society, Chicago Between Codification and Constitutionalization, A Decade to the Reform in the Israeli Criminal Code, Tel Aviv Historicizing Time, Vitalizing Life: Legal Regualtion of Animal Sluaghtering in Germany, , international conference, Tel Aviv Shai Lavi s The Modern Art of Dying, book panel at Law, Culture and the Humanities Conference, Syracuse, NY Stem Cell Research: A Meta-ethical Approach, Research Center in Ethics (MKE), University of Munich, Germany 4 Spring 2007 Spring 2007 Summer 2007 Fall 2007 Spring 2008 Spring 2008 Fall 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2009 Fall 2009 Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 About Reconciliation and Revenge: Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger, International Conference, Bar-Ilan University What is a Bioethical Thing? The Case of the Embryonic Stem-Cell, Law, Culture and the Humanities Conference, Washington DC Can Two Walk Together Except They be Agreed? On The Structural Coupling of Law and Science, International Institute for Sociology of Law, Oñati, Spain Equal Rights, Different Rites: Jews, Muslims and the Ritual Slaughtering of Animals in Germany, Conference on Religion, Law and Democracy, Gargnano del Garda, Italy Jews, Muslims and the Ritual Slaughtering of Animals in Germany, Conference on Jews and Muslims in Germany, Tel Aviv Three More Deaths: Euthanasia, Death Penalty and Ritual Slaughter in America , Law, Culture and Humanities Conference, Berkeley, CA In Search of the Modern Ban: Treason and the Revocation of Citizenship, International Conference on Criminal Law and Citizenship, London School of Economics, UK The Modern Ban: The Revocation of Citizenship in Israel, United Kingdom and United States , Conference on Bund and Borders: German Jewish Thinking between Faith and Power, Berlin Jewish Bioethics in Israel, Religion in Bioethics Discourse, Munich, Germany Revocation of Citizenship as Punishment, Criminal Law and Constitutionalism Conference, Toronto Jewish Bioethics in Israel, Center for Ethics, Tuebingen, Germany 'Law as ': Theory and Method in Legal History, UC Irvine, CA A History of Animals A History of Feelings. Historical Perspectives 18 th -20 th Century [German] , Berlin 5 Conference and Seminar Organization Spring 2000 Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Spring 2005 Fall 2006 Beyond Understanding: Re-Considering Knowledge and Belief, graduate student conference, April 14-15, 2000, University of California Berkeley, coorganizer. Jewish-Arab Coexistence in the Free Professions, Tel-Aviv University, coorganizer The Separation Wall: Legal and Technological Dimensions, Tel-Aviv University, organizer A Decade to Amendment 39 [Hebrew], a national conference for criminal law scholars, Tel Aviv, co-organizer Critical Modernities: Law and Politics beyond the Liberal Imagination, international conference, Tel Aviv, chief organizer Law, Culture and Humanities, annual conferene, organizing committee Spring 2007 Spring 2008 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2009 Spring 2010 New Directions in Criminal Court Research, International Conference, Taubenschlag Institute for Criminal Law, Tel Aviv, co-organizer Jews and Muslims in Germany: Culture, Law and Politics from the Age of Emancipation to the Times of Multiculturalism, International Conference, Tel Aviv University (forthcoming), co-organizer Criminal Law and Constitutionalism Part I, International Workshop, Dead Sea, Israel, co-organizer Criminal Law and Constitutionalism Part II, International Conference, University of Toronto, Canada, co-organizer The Israeli Law and Society Annual Meeting, International Conference, coorganizer Religious Revival in a post-multi-cultural Age Part I, International Workshop, Tsuba, Israel, co-organizer 6 E. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS Scholarship from the Program for Fostering Excellence, Tel-Aviv University Fulbright Fellowship, United States -Israel Educational Foundation Doctoral fellowship from the Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University, for Ph.D. studies overseas Continuing Graduate Student Fellowship, Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program UC Berkeley Townsend Center for the Humanities Fellowship 2002 Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies Research Award 2003 Zeltner Prize to Junior Legal Scholar (The highest prize in Israel for junior faculty in the field of law) 2006 Distinguished Book Award from the American Sociological Association, Section on Sociology of Law Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, Germany. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL GRANTS The Minerva Center for Human Rights Research Grant 2004 Minerva Stiftung, Short-Term Research Grant 2005 Israel Science Foundation Grant, National Academy of Science 2008 Tel Aviv University, Vice President Research Grant Israel Science Foundation Grant, National Academy of Science F. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES present Law, Culture and Humanities Association G. MASTER STUDENTS SUPERVISED BY CANDIDATE Name of Academic Year Name of Student Title of Thesis Institution Sigalit Matza Victim Impact Statements Tel-Aviv 2007-Present Shira Shmueli History of Animal Rights (submitted) Tel Aviv 2007-Present Chen Ben Shalom Recorded Admission in Criminal Trials Tel Aviv 2008-Present Eitan Kidron Exemption from Criminal Liability in the Organ Market Tel Aviv 2009-Present Svetlana Jodzichskaia Self-Defense: A Comparative Approach H. DOCTORAL STUDENTS SUPERVISED BY CANDIDATE Name of Academic Year Name of Student Title of Thesis Institution 2005-Present Galia Schneebaum The Sexual Abuse Paradigm Tel-Aviv [co-supervised with Prof. Alan Brudner, University of Toronto] 2009-Present Tamir Moritz Research in Arms: Performin Medical and Military Experimentation on Soldiers Tel Aviv PUBLICATIONS A. Books 1. Shai Lavi The Modern Art of Dying: A History of Euthanasia in America Princeton University Press, B. Articles 1. Shai Lavi Euthanasia and the Changing Laws of the Deathbed: A Study in Historical Jurisprudence (2003) Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Vol. 4(2) pp Shai Lavi Terror and Empire, Palestine, 1947 (2005) Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Vol. 7(1) pp Shai Lavi The Jews are Coming: Vengeance and Revenge in Post-Nazi Europe (2005) Law Culture and Humanities Vol. 1(3) pp Shai Lavi Animal Laws and the Politics of Life: Slaughterhouse Regulation in Germany, (2006) Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Vol. 8(1) pp Shai Lavi How Dying Became a Life Crisis Special Issue on Life and Death, Daedalus (2008), pp Shai Lavi From Bio-Ethics to Bio-Optics: The Case of the Embryonic Stem-Cell, (2008) Law, Culture and Humanities Vol. 4(3), pp Shai Lavi Punishment and the Revocation of Citizenship in United Kingdom, United States and Israel, (2010) New Criminal Law Review Vol. 13(2), pp C. Chapters in Books 1. Shai Lavi The Problem of Pain and the Right to Die In Death, Pain and the Law, ed. Austin Sarat, (Michigan: Michigan University Press, 2001), pp 2. Shai Lavi Imagining the Death Penalty in Israel: Punishment, Violence, Vengeance and Revenge, In The Cultural Lives of the Death Penalty, eds. Austin Sarat and Christian Boulinger (Stanford University Press, 2005), Shai Lavi Autopoiesis, Nihilism and Technique: On Death and the Origins of Legal Paradoxes In Paradoxes and Inconstistencies in the Law, eds. Oren Perez and Gunther Teubner (Hart Publishing, 2006), pp שי לביא צדק מתקן בפלילים עיון מחודש ביחס שבין דיני עונשין ומשפט חוקתי בתוך מגמות בפלילים לאחר עשור לתיקון 39 לחוק העונשין עורכים: אלי לדרמן, קרן שפירא-אטינגר ושי לביא (הוצאת הפקולטה למשפטים, בר-אילן, 2010), Shai Lavi Corrective Justice in Criminal Law: Rethinking the Relationship between Criminal Law and Constitutional Law [Hebrew], in Trends in Criminal Law: A Decade to the 39 th Amendment of the Criminal Code , eds. Eli Lederman, Keren Shapira-Ettinger, Shai Lavi (Facutly of Law, Bar Ilan University, 2010), Shai Lavi Justice in the Mouth of the Earth: On Natural Law, Positive Law and Divine Punishment [Hebrew], in The Book of Daniel: Essays in Honor of Professor Daniel Friedman [Hebrew], eds. Nili Cohen and Ofer Grosskopf (Tel Aviv: Nevo, 2008), Shai Lavi Unequal Rites: Jews, Muslims and the History of Ritual Slaughter in Germany, in Juden und Muslime in Deutschland: Recht, Religion, Identitaet, editors Jose Brunner and Shai Lavi (Wallstein Verlag, 2009), Shai Lavi Crimes of Action, Crimes of Thought: Arendt on Reconciliation, Forgiveness and Judgment, in Thinking in Dark Times: Hannah Arendt on Ethics and Politics, edited by Roger Brekowitz (Fordham University Press, 2010), Shai Lavi Der Islam zwischen christlicher Tradition und jüdischer Geschichte. Das Beispiel ritueller Tierschlachtung in Deutschland nach 1945, in Religionskontroversen im Verfassungsstaat, Hans Kippenberg and Astrid Reuter (eds.), (Vandenhoweck & Ruprecht, 2010), Accepted for Publication Shai Lavi The Paradox of Jewish Bioethics in Israel: The Case of Reproductive Technologies in Religion in bioethischen Diskursen. Interdisziplinäre, internationale und interreligiöse Perspektiven, Friedemann Voigt (Berlin/New York: Verlags de Gruyter, accepted for publication) Submittee for Publication 1. Shai Lavi Revocation of Citizenship as Punishment: On the Modern Bond of Citizenship and its Criminal Breach, (submitted for publication to Toronto Law Journal) Edited Volumes 1. שי לביא טכנולוגיות של צדק: משפט, מדע וחברה ספר פותח לסדרת הספרים: משפט, תרבות וחברה (תל-אביב, רמות, 2003) אלי לדרמן, קרן שפירא-אטינגר, שי לביא מגמות בפלילים לאחר תיקון 39 לחוק העונשין (הפקולטה למשפטים, בר-אילן 2010) Trends in Criminal Law: A Decade to the 39 th Amendment of the Criminal Code [Hebrew], eds. Eli Lederman, Keren Shapira-Ettinger, Shai Lavi (Facutly of Law, Bar Ilan University, 2010).2 3. Shai Lavi, Roy Kreitner and Yishai Blank Critical Modernities: Politics and Law beyond the Liberal Imagination, Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Vol. 8(1) (2006) 4. Jose Brunner and Shai Lavi Juden und Muslime in Deutschland: Recht, Religion, Identitaet, editors Jose Brunner and Shai Lavi (Wallstein Verlag, 2009)
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