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Jean Goldi Horta

Personal information









Name: Jean Goldi Horta Current location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Date and place of birth: June 30th, 1984; Mexico City



Contact information: horta.jg@gmail.com mobile: +972 (0) 55-660-3026




Experience






2008 – to date Translator Freelance

2011 The Dov Lautman Unit for Science Oriented Youth Tel Aviv University, Israel

Teaching Assistant -Logic Class (Intensive Summer Course)

2010 – 2011 Philosophy Department Tel Aviv University, Israel

Teaching Assistant - Logic Class (Fall Semester)



  • Imparting tutorial as complement to the lecture

  • Administering and grading exercises and exams

2009 – 2011 Sverdlin Institute for Latin American History and Culture Tel Aviv University, Israel

Administrative Coordinator/Editorial Assistant/Fundraising Writer



  • Supervision of budgets and management of resources

  • Liaison between varied departments and suppliers

  • Responsible for logistics of academic events

  • Responsible for logistics of the biannual journal E.I.A.L. (both printed and online)

  • Review Editor for E.I.A.L. since January 2010

  • Writing projects for fund raising since January 2011

2008 Agua Santa, Holy Gifts Export Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew-Spanish-Hebrew Translator



  • Simultaneous translation during phone calls between customer and company personnel

  • Translation of letters, catalogues and other documents

2005-2006 IDT Global Israel Jerusalem, Israel

Inbound Sales Agent for IDT US



  • Answering inbound calls and providing information in English

  • Selling telephone service to the USA

  1. Cotlamani Rafting Camp Jalcomulco, Ver., Mexico

Hotel Receptionist/kayak photographer



  • Managing the check-in/check-out area and reservations

  • Photographing rafters

  • Editing videos

2003-2004 Asatej Travel Mexico City/Veracruz, Mexico
Travel Agent/Festival Organizer

  • Scouting for the Cumbre Tajin Festival in Tajin, Veracruz

  • Promoting the festival

2001 Adventure World Mexico City

Climbing Instructor

  • Teaching the use of climbing equipment

  • Belaying climbers

  • Designing and changing routes

  • Checking equipment




Languages & other skills



  • Spanish - Native Language

  • English - Native Language Level

  • Hebrew - Very Advanced Level

  • Japanese - Very Basic Level – Able to read Hiragana and Katakana

  • Full knowledge of Office programs and internet use, plus basic web design and understanding of programming principles

  • Able to work under pressure, responsible, self-motivated and able to motivate others, dynamic, creative and communicative, with a developed sense of aesthetic appreciation

Education






2011 to 2012 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Leuven, Belgium

2009 to date Tel Aviv University Tel Aviv, Israel

  • M.A. in Philosophy.

    2008-2009 Kyoto University Kyoto, Japan

  • KUINEP student exchange program.

2009-2010 Tel Aviv University Tel Aviv, Israel

  • B.A. Single Major in Philosophy.

2006-2008 Tel Aviv University Tel Aviv, Israel

  • B.A. Double-Major in Philosophy and Arts.

2005-2006 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Jerusalem, Israel

  • Mechina Preparatory Program.

  • Summer Ulpan (Hebrew Course)

1999-2002 Mexico City International School Mexico City

  • Bilingual High School Diploma.




interests







Creative and Philosophical Writing, Music, Traveling, Games, Film, Arts, Literature, Technology, Gadgets and Computers, Theatre, Extreme Sports, First Aid.




awards, CONFERENCES & publications







  • Honorific mention and publication: “Cinco minutos de fantasía” in Tercer concurso de cuento preuniversitario Juan Rulfo, Mexico City: Universidad Iberoamericana, Departamento de Letras 2002. [in Spanish]

  • Paper delivered and Published “Imaging Meaning” in Heinrich, R., Nemeth, E., Pichler, W. (eds.) Bild und Bildlichkeit in Philosophie, Wissenschaft und Kunst (Image and Imaging in Philosophy, Science, and the Arts), Papers of the 33. International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg am Wechsel: ALWS, 2010.

  • “שקט: אי-ודאות כתנאי ליצירה (Silence: Uncertainty as a Condition for Creation)” Paper delivered at Tel Aviv University's Annual Graduate Conference Negation (שלילה), June 13, 2011. [in Hebrew]

  • “Imagination: Discovering or Creating Reality?” Paper delivered at Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany. III. Darmstädter graduates' conference “Young Philosophy” August, 18th to 21st, 2011, under the title “Bring on the good life...”?! Philosophy in between Utopia, Crisis, Reform, and Revolution.

  • Translation of: Rabi, Lior “Georg Simmel, Ortega y Gasset y el retorno a la metafísica tradicional: rumbo a una filosofía de la vida” In Revista de Estudios Orteguianos No. 23 (Nov. 2011). Madrid, Spain.

  • “The Role of Aesthetic Experience in Reality and its Relation to Creative Practice” Paper delivered at the Annual Conference of the Dutch Association for Aesthetics, March 2-3, 2012. Leuven, Belgium.

  • “How can Imagination Help Us Conceive of Meaning anew?” Paper Delivered at K.U. Leuven's Annual Graduate Conference. March 23, 2012. Belgium.




volunteer experience




  • Hanoar Hatzioni – Youth movement instructor, Mexico City, Mexico 1999-2002

  • Kibbutz Dalia, Israel 2002-2003

  • Moadonit Lilach – After school workshop for children in distress, ages 3 to 6, Tel Aviv, Israel 2007-2008

  • Instuif – Support centre for psychiatric patients, Antwerp, Belgium 2012

055.660.3026—horta.jg@gmail.com








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