Yoram Bilu is an Israeli professor of anthropology and psychology emeritus at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
He is known for his work on folk religion (messianism, saint worship); the interaction between culture and mental health; the sanctification of space in Israel; and the religious and cultural practices of Moroccan Jews. He is recipient of 2013 the Israel Prize in sociology and anthropology. He is a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
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|Modernity and Charisma in Contemporary Israel: The Case of Baba Sali and Baba Baruch||English||2018-10-14|