Chaim Hames

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On 8 July 1966, Chaim Hames was born. Biography, Era, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and job updates of Chaim Hames Discover. Learn how wealthy he is this year and how he spends money? Do you still know how he gained the most networth at the age of 54?

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Timeline of Chaim Hames

2019

Hames received an M.Phil (Queens’ College) in 1992 and Ph.D. (Sidney Sussex College) in Medieval History from the University of Cambridge in England in 1996  where his supervisor was Professor David Abulafia (Gonville and Caius College).

2018

Hames served as Chair of the Department of History from 2011 to 2015. In 2013, he established the Center for the Study of Conversion and Inter-Religious Encounters as part of the I-CORE initiative. He was Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences from 2016 to 2018. He became Rector of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev on 1 August 2018.[1] He has recently been elected a fellow of the Academy of Europe (Academia Europaea) [2].

2011

He has also written a book for general audiences in Hebrew dealing with Judaism in contemporary Israel entitled, I (do not) Believe: Judaism and Israel, Past, Present, Future (Tel Aviv: Ktav Publishing House 2011).

2010

He was guest editor of two volumes of the Mediterranean Historical Review entitled Mediterranean Reflections: Studies in Honour of David Abulafia (2010-2011) and Jews, Muslims, and Christians in and around the Medieval Crown of Aragon: Studies in Honour of Elena Lourie (Brill 2004). Together with Alexander Fidora and Yossef Schwartz, he edited a volume entitled Latin into Hebrew: Vol. II: Texts in Contexts (Brill 2013) and was the editor of The Brighter Side of Medieval Inter-Religious Encounters which appeared as a special number of the journal Medieval Encounters (2016).

2000

In 2000, Hames spent six months as a fellow at the Center for Judaic Studies in Philadelphia. He is a Life Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge where he was on sabbatical in 2002-2003. In 2009, he spent a sabbatical year at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona where he worked with an ERC-funded research group on medieval Hebrew translations of Latin texts. Together with Alexander Fidora (PI), he was also part of the ERC Consolidation Grant working on the Latin Talmud.

Hames has published over 40 articles in peer-reviewed journals and collected volumes, as well as several books: The Art of Conversion: Christianity and Kabbalah in the Thirteenth Century (Brill 2000), a book about Ramon Llull (1232-1316), a Christian mystic, philosopher and missionary from the Balearic Islands who developed a method for converting Jews and Muslims utilizing Kabbalistic ideas; Like Angels on Jacob’s Ladder: Abraham Abulafia, the Franciscans and Joachimism (SUNY Press, 2007), which describes the encounter between Jewish mystic Abulafia and Christian followers, particularly Franciscans, of the teachings of Joachim of Fiore; and Ha-Melacha ha-Ketzara: Ramon Llull’s Ars Brevis in Hebrew (Brepols 2012), which presents a critical edition and translation into English of Ramon Llull’s Ars Brevis which was translated into Hebrew in 15th century Italy and was considered by its Jewish readers as a book “small in quantity, but great in quality.

1999

In 1999, after having completed his first book, he walked the 750 KM long pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela through northern Spain. In 2008, Hames joined Beer-Sheva Mayor Ruvik Danilovich’s party and was a candidate for the City Council. Currently (2019), he serves on the town’s Education Committee and represents the mayor on the executive board of Bet Yatziv, the Carasso Scientific Park, and a member of the general assembly of the Beersheba Fund.In 2006, he founded Ohev, a non-profit organization that aimed to organize the purchase of the Hapoel Beer-Sheva soccer club by its fans (similar to the Barcelona model) before it was eventually purchased by Alona Barkat.[3] From 2012-2017, he was head of scout troop Nitzanei Ha-Negev in Beer-Sheva. Haim took part in the 929 initiative and has also composed several prayers, one of which was used by the ex-Knesset member, Ruth Calderon, in her famous maiden speech to the Knesset.

1995

Hames joined the Department of History at BGU in October 1995.

1966

Chaim (Harvey) J. Hames (Hebrew: חיים היימס ‎; born 8 July 1966) is a professor of history at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), in Beer-Sheva, Israel, and the incumbent of the David Berg and Family Chair in European History. On August 1, 2018, he assumed office as Rector of BGU. Hames’ research focuses on medieval history, with a particular interest in inter-religious encounters, particularly between Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. He also works on religious conversion, inter-religious polemics, mysticism, philosophy, apocalypticism, and magic.

Chaim Hames was born in England in 1966 and immigrated with his parents to Israel in 1978 when he was 12. He grew up in a Religious Orthodox-Zionist household in Petah-Tikva and attended Midrashiat Noam, a Yeshiva High-School in Pardes Hanna.