Daniel Salem

Daniel Salem

Daniel Salem

PhD Researcher

Daniel Salem is a PhD candidate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he is writing his dissertation under the supervision of Dr. Louise Bethlehem and Prof. Moshe Sluhovsky on the influence of exile on pan-African thought among African American and South African political dissidents during the Cold War. He holds BA and MA degrees in History from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His MA thesis analyses episodes of religious violence that took place in the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity. As a researcher on the APARTHEID-STOPS team he is currently engaged with the pan-Africanists Stokely Carmichael and Kwame Nkrumah and their role in the anti-apartheid movement.