Diana Pinto is a Harvard trained intellectual historian and writer living in Paris. Her work has focused mainly on multiple identities inside pluralist democracies. In this context she has written and lectured widely on Jewish life in contemporary Europe. She has served a senior fellow at the London-based Institute for Jewish Policy Research and director of their "Voices for the Res Publica" project, as well as a consultant to the Political Directorate of the Council of Europe on civil society in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Her latest book Israel Has Moved (2013), a cultural-political reflection on Israel’s changing coordinates, has been translated into French and German.