Dr. Gabor Balazs received his PhD. at Bar Ilan University in Israel. His main interest is the connection between morality, politics and religion; art and contemporary Jewish identity; Israeli art, society and identity. He is a professor of Jewish and Israeli Philosophy at the Jewish Theological Seminary-University of Jewish Studies. He is the vice-rector of the institution and the head of the Rabbinical Training Program. He is also active in numerous frameworks of Jewish adult education, he is one of the founding members of Limmud Hungary. Formerly he worked as the Head of Jewish and Israel Studies at Lauder Javne Jewish Community College School, the director of the Israeli Cultural Institute in Budapest, and the headmaster of the school of the Orthodox Jewish Community of Hungary. As a community activity, he serves as the vice president of the Orthodox Community of Hungary.

Gábor Balázs

Dr. Gábor Balázs received his PhD. at Bar Ilan University in Israel. His main interest is the
connection between Morality and Religion, theories of contemporary Jewish identity and Israel studies.
He is the Head of Jewish and Israel Studies at Lauder Javne Jewish Community School, Budapest.
He is also an assistant professor of Jewish and Israeli Philosophy at the University of Jewish
Studies, and he is active in numerous frameworks of Jewish adult education.
Formerly Gabor worked as the director of the Israeli Cultural Institute in Budapest and the
headmaster of the school of the Orthodox Jewish Community of Hungary. As a community activity serves as the vice president of the Orthodox Community of Hungary.

Gábor Balázs