Yehuda Goodman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His fields of interest are psychological anthropology, medical anthropology, and the anthropology of religion. Professor Goodman's main interest lies in the ways identities are formed, created, and negotiated in the contexts of social and political contestations. He has been a Post-Doc and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Haifa, University of California at Berkeley, and MIT. He recently co-authored, "Technology in the time of corona: A critical institutional reading," (Information and Organization, 2021). Dr. Goodman earned his Ph.D. from Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1998).