Professor Arie Kizel (PhD) is a member of the faculty of education, University of Haifa, Israel. He is a member of the advisory board of the UNESCO Chair, “Practice of Philosophy with Children” and since 2017 he is the president of ICPIC (The International Council for Philosophical Inquiry with Children).
His research areas are: philosophy of education, philosophy with (and for) children, dialogical pedagogies, research of curriculum and textbooks and study of social groups’ narrative.
He was the head of the Israeli-German commission for textbooks research (2010 – 2015).
Among his publications: The books Subservient History: A Critical Analysis of History Curricula and Textbooks in Israel, 1948–2006 (Hebrew), The New Mizrahi Narrative in Israel (Hebrew) and dozens of academic articles on philosophy of education, philosophy with children and research of textbooks and curricula.