M.A. in Comparative Religion from the University of Washington (2017)
B.A. in Liberal Arts from The Evergreen State College (2012)
Vincent’s research focuses on the interaction between the Israeli state and Mizrahi Jewish communities. His current project examines the renewed controversy in Israel over what has become known as the Yemenite Babies Affair, in which he is examining declassified files to think about models of accountability, reparations, and reconciliation in multicultural immigrant societies. His goal is to pursue an academic career working with think-tanks involved with civil society efforts, and he hopes that his research will benefit those working for justice and reconciliation on the ground in Israel and Palestine as well as around the world.
Arabic, Modern Hebrew
Served as Staff Assistant, Jackson School of International Studies, Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Western Religion.