Sergio Della Pergola born Trieste, Italy, September 7, 1942 is an Italian-born Israeli demographer and statistician.He is a professor and demographic expert, specifically in demography and statistics related to the Jewish population.
Professor Sergio Della Pergola. May 14, 2019, 9:47 am. Trump envoy warns of triple antisemitism threat in address to European rabbis
Sergio Della Pergola was born in Trieste when Italy was under German occupation. After the war, the family settled in Milan where Della Pergola was an active member of Jewish youth movements and student organizations. 1 He emigrated to Israel in 1966.
Lettera a Sergio Della Pergola Qualche giorno fa il professor Sergio Della Pergola, su lUnione Informa, mail quotidiana dell'UCEI, sembrava meravigliato delle rivendicazioni palestinesi sul territorio ora occupato dal nuovo quartiere ebraico di Gilo. Secondo il professore non è a causa della case di Gilo che non cè pace in Medio
Prof. Sergio DellaPergola July 2011 2 1968-1970 - Teaching Assistant, Department of Demography, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 4. Research and Teaching Positions 2010 - Visiting Viterbi Professor of Mediterranean Jewish Studies, Center for Jewish Studies and Dept. of Sociology, University of California Los Angeles.
Presentation by Prof. Sergio Della Pergola, Harman Institute of Contemporary Judaism, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem at the European Jewish Congress General Assembly, Budapest, 3 April 2011.
Sergio Della Pergola was born in Trieste when Italy was under German occupation. After the war, the family settled in Milan where Della Pergola was an active member of Jewish youth movements and student organizations. He emigrated to Israel in 1966.
Sergio Della Pergola has contributed advice on social and demographic policies to the former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, and has a long working relationship with Ehud Olmert, aimed at defining Jerusalem's future and dating back to when the current prime minister was the city's mayor.
European Jewry: Trends in Jewish identity and coping with Anti-Semitism Introductory Lecture by Professor Sergio Della Pergola.
Sergio dellaPergola has been for decades a most prominent, prescient, and respected demographer of the Jewish people. He has never seen demographic data as dry statistics, but rather as a platform to focus our attention on the implications of population trends for the future strength and security of the Jewish people. But in this
Sergio Della Pergola: Lorsquil sagit dun sujet universitaire et plus précisément de recherches en sciences sociales, cette définition ne colle pas exactement avec celle prônée par la loi juive, la halaha.
Sergio Della Pergola born Trieste, Italy, September 7, 1942 is an Italian-born Israeli professor and demographic expert, widely acknowledged as the leading authority in demography and statistics related to the Jewish population all over the world. Born into an Italian-Jewish family, Della Pergola made aliyah to Israel in 1966.
Sergio DellaPergola studies International Relations and Politics, Modern Ireland, and Common Security and Defense Policy.
Prof. Sergio DellaPergola October 2012 3 2010 - Latin American Jews on Four Continents with Judit Bokser-Liwerant and Leonardo Senkman , The Liwerant Center for the Study of Latin America, Spain and Portugal and their Jewish Communities, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Dan Michman, Sergio Della Pergola, Paul Burstein, and Adam S. Ferziger, A Reply to Ian Lustick, Contemporary Jewry 37 2017 : 171-181 Curriculum Vita. By
di Nathan Greppi In vista delle elezioni comunitarie del 19 maggio il Teatro Franco Parenti ha ospitato, mercoledì 15 maggio, un incontro con il dmeografo Sergio Della Pergola, intitolato Il Futuro delle Comunità Ebraiche in Europa e in Israele, organizzato dalla lista Milano Ebraica.
Sergio DellaPergola was born in Trieste when Italy was under German occupation. After the war, the family settled in Milan where DellaPergola was an active member of Jewish youth movements and student organizations. He emigrated to Israel in 1966.
Biografia. Nato a Trieste, Sergio è figlio del giornalista Massimo Della Pergola 1912-2006 , noto per aver inventato la schedina del Totocalcio. Dopo la guerra, lui e la sua famiglia si sono trasferiti a Milano, dove ha fatto parte di varie organizzazioni giovanili ebraiche.