Yuval Noah Harari - Speaker - By Promotivate Speaker Agency

Yuval Noah Harari

Conference Speaker Yuval Noah Harari - By Promotivate Speaker Agency

Yuval Noah Harari

The renowned historian and philosopher, weaves intricate historical narratives into enthralling stories, enlightening audiences globally about our past and its implications for the future.


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Yuval Noah Harari is a great weaver of historical narratives, noted globally for his ability to convert intricate histories into enthralling stories in his book “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.” With a prominent academic background from Oxford and his current work at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Harari communicates with audiences globally, articulating deep historical insights in over 65 languages.

His works are historical narratives and discussions about the future, investigating the interconnections of technology, power, and ethics. Beyond his works, Harari captivates global audiences with his lectures, notably at locations like the World Economic Forum in Davos, where he turns complex ideas into approachable insights. His influence extends throughout his lectures, books, and public engagements, pushing for a broader knowledge of our past and its implications for our future.

Recognition and Achievements

Yuval Noah Harari has powerfully touched scholarly and literary circles. His debut book, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, surged rapidly to international bestseller status and garnered accolades from influential leaders like Bill Gates and Barack Obama. This accolade acknowledges the enormous readership and significant effect of the literature.

His later writings, “21 Lessons for the 21st Century” and “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow,” show even more of his progressive viewpoint on the possibilities and technological problems that humanity faces. As recognition of his contributions to thought leadership, Harari has received several distinguished honours, including the German Economic Book Award and an honorary doctorate from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. His “Sapiens” graphic novelization has also increased his audience and made complex concepts more approachable.

Scholar and Educator – Yuval Noah Harari

As a respected Hebrew University of Jerusalem lecturer and former Oxford scholar, Harari offers a wealth of scholarly experience in his writing and teaching. He challenges conventional narratives, linking historical events to the broad existential questions and ethical dilemmas we face today. His rigorous academic approach, combined with an engaging style, not only educates but also inspires a new generation of thinkers and leaders to reflect on the lessons of history critically.

Educational Contributions

He talks about the role of fictional stories and shared beliefs in organizing human cooperation, the potential impacts of AI and biotechnology, threats like climate change and nuclear war that require global cooperation to solve, the difference between religion and spirituality, and more