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Anat Biletzki has been teaching at the Philosophy Department in Tel Aviv University since 1979. She has traveled widely, as a visiting scholar and fellow at, among others, Cambridge University, Harvard University, Boston University, the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, and the Wittgenstein Archives in Bergen, Norway. Her publications include Paradoxes (1996); Talking Wolves: Thomas Hobbes on the Language of Politics and the Politics of Language (1997); What Is Logic? (2002); and (Over)Interpreting Wittgenstein (2003).
Biletzki has been active in the peace movement and in several human rights projects in Israel for over 25 years. In 1997-1998, Biletzki helped establish the human rights movement "Open Doors" which worked on liberating Palestinian administrative detainees in Israel. She is on the board of Faculty for Israeli-Palestinian Peace,and was chairperson of the board of B'Tselem - the Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, from 2001-2006. In 2005 she was chosen as one of "50 most influential women in Israel" by Globes, the Israeli business monthly, and was nominated among the "1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005."
Human Rights and Politics in Israel-Palestine
as author at MIT World Hosts: Program on Human Rights and Justice,
together with: Jeff Halper,