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Shmuel Trigano (Hebrew: שמואל טריגנו‎; born in 1948 in Blida, French Algeria) is a sociologist, philosopher, professor emeritus of sociology at Paris Nanterre University (Chair "Sociology of knowledge, religion and politics" ). He was Visiting Professor in Jewish Law and Thought at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York (2009), and Templeton Fellow at the Herzl Institute (Jerusalem) program "Philosophy of the Tanakh, Midrash and Talmud" (2012-2013), (2015-2017). Elia Benamozegh European Chair of Sephardic Studies, Livorno, Italy (2002). Trigano founded and edited two journals:

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  • Shmuel Trigano (Hebrew: שמואל טריגנו‎; born in 1948 in Blida, French Algeria) is a sociologist, philosopher, professor emeritus of sociology at Paris Nanterre University (Chair "Sociology of knowledge, religion and politics" ). He was Visiting Professor in Jewish Law and Thought at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York (2009), and Templeton Fellow at the Herzl Institute (Jerusalem) program "Philosophy of the Tanakh, Midrash and Talmud" (2012-2013), (2015-2017). Elia Benamozegh European Chair of Sephardic Studies, Livorno, Italy (2002). Trigano founded and edited two journals:
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  • Shmuel Trigano (Hebrew: שמואל טריגנו‎; born in 1948 in Blida, French Algeria) is a sociologist, philosopher, professor emeritus of sociology at Paris Nanterre University (Chair "Sociology of knowledge, religion and politics" ). He was Visiting Professor in Jewish Law and Thought at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York (2009), and Templeton Fellow at the Herzl Institute (Jerusalem) program "Philosophy of the Tanakh, Midrash and Talmud" (2012-2013), (2015-2017). Elia Benamozegh European Chair of Sephardic Studies, Livorno, Italy (2002). Trigano is Bachelor of Arts (at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Political Science, International Relations), M.A. in Political Science (Paris II University 1977), PhD in Political Sociology at Paris Nanterre University ("The religious genesis of the Political Modernity in Judaism" - 1981). Received the Accreditation to supervise doctoral research, (Paris X- Nanterre): "The foundations of a social morphology of judaism" (1990). Trigano developed, in the domain of Jewish thought, history and society of the Jews a method that combines academic knowledge with metaphysics, political philosophy and social sciences. Combining speculative and academic books, he built an original thought, which goes through all these fields. The challenge of Jewish modernity and the actualization of Jewish thought are at the heart of his work. Trigano founded and edited two journals: * The Journal of Jewish Studies "Pardes, Revue européenne d'études juives", Ed. du Cerf, In-Press Editions (1985- today). Co-founded with Annie Kriegel (1926-1995). * The Journal of Political Ideas "Controverses" Ed. De l’Eclat (2006- 2011). Trigano founded and managed three institutions * The Alliance Israélite Universelle College of Jewish Studies (Collège des Etudes Juives), (1986 - 2013): Cultural and intellectual (not delivering academic degrees but with an academic level) institution opened to adults who intend to study Judaism in a dialogue with contemporary culture and questioning). See programs: * The Observatoire du monde juif : Institute of Research on Antisemitism and Jewish Affairs (2001-2011), publication of numerous studies and bulletins on the "New antisemitism". * The Université populaire du judaïsme (2013- today): Cultural and intellectual (not delivering academic degrees but with an academic level) institution opened to adults who intend to study Judaism in a dialogue with contemporary culture and questioning). More than 2000 inscribed students around the world. Trigano co-founded and manages Dialogia, an Israeli association to promote the conversation between French Jewish Thought and the Israeli intellectual debate, 2017-
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