Fields of Practice:
Money in German and Austrian economic thought and economic-political culture in the 19th and early 20th centuries; money and secularization; Jews and central banking during this period; Keynes’s monetary analysis of the Versailles Treaty
Dr. Sharon Gordon studied Economics and History in Israel and Germany. Her thesis, which she wrote at Tel Aviv University, deals with Catholics and German nationalism in south-west Germany in the 19th century. Her dissertation, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, dealt with the triangle of money, secularization, and nation-state in the 19th and early 20th-century German discourse of modernity. She is currently a researcher at the Technion.