Dr. Einat Libel-Hass is an anthropologist of religion and historian. Her PhD dissertation topic is The Development of Liberal (Reform and Conservative) Judaism in Tel Aviv: Organizational Patterns and Identities. Her PhD dissertation won the Churgin Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis granted by Bar Ilan University. Her academic interests include cultural dynamics between Israel and the US, urban Anthropology, liberal Judaism, and congregational studies. Dr. Libel-Hass has presented her work in prestigious academic conferences worldwide and won the American Jewish Archives' 2017-2020 Fellowship to advance her research on the roots of the Israeli Reform Movement.
Einat Libel-Hass (2018). "Beit Daniel- A portrait of a Progressive/Reform congregation in Israel", The Jewish Almanach, the Leo Baeck Institute in Jerusalem, pp. 146-153. [in German].
Einat Libel-Hass (2020), "Female Visibility in the Public Space of an Israeli "Masorti"/Conservative Congregation", in D.A. Maryasis and L.R. Khlebnikova (eds.), Role of a Woman in Jewish World, Moscow, Institute of Oriental Studies, pp. 206-221.