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jalal

Department of Arabic Language and Literature

Research field: ancient religion and myth

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/JalalabdAlghani 

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amitay

 Department of General History

Head of Ofakim honors program

Research field: ancient religion and myth

 

Dr. Amitay an ancient historian, studying history at the middle grounds of ancient cultures through the interactions of myth and history. Dr. Amitay have a special interest in the evolution of ancient Monotheism, focusing currently on the relationship of Rome and Jerusalem. 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/OryAmitay

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angel

Department of Maritime Civilizations

Research field: Mediterranean ecology

 

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/DrorAngel 

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artzy

Department of Maritime Civilizations

Research field: Bronze Age

Prof.  Artzy is the head of the Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies, and a professor in the departments of Maritime Civilizations and Archaeology. She is presently involved in coastal and underwater archaeology, especially of the Carmel Coast, where she has been working on anchorages in the Bronze Age and their international networks. She is co-directing the excavations at Tel Akko, concentrating on its landscape in antiquity and its anchorages and harbors, using geo-morphologic and geo-physical approaches.

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http://marsci.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/staff/civi-faculty/176-martzy

bar

Department of Archaeology

 Research field: Evolution of human hunting, Cultural history of domesticated animals, Food and diet in Ancient Israel, Ancient garbology and the study of archaeological refuse and trash, Human impact on the environment

Prof. Bar-Oz research experience in zooarchaeology includes excavation and analysis of numerous prehistoric and historic bone assemblages from Israel and the Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia). His research focuses on three main subjects: the evolution of human hunting and subsistence behaviour in prehistory, the development of complex economic-subsistence systems in the historic periods of the Near East, and human impact on the environment.

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http://negevbyz.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/

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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Guy_Bar-Oz

barnai

Department of Jewish History

Research field: Jewish mysticism, between the Levant and Europe

 

 

 

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http://jewish-history.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/faculty-staff-reception-hours/emeritus/205-yb

artzi

Department of Israel Studies

Research field: Historical-Geography, Settlement-Geography, Historical Sites Conservation

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/YossiBenArtzi

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http://israel-stu.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/faculty-staff-reception-hours/senior-academic-staff/74-yba   

bassat

Department of Middle Eastern History

Research field: Late Ottoman history in Greater Syria and Palestine; the Ottoman Institution of Petitions; Mapping; Ottoman Gaza and Beersheba; Rural Populations 

 

Dr. Ben-Bassat completed his doctoral studies at the University of Chicago in 2007, joined the faculty about a decade ago and is currently the head of the Department of Middle Eastern History. His fields of research include the Eastern Mediterranean basin during the late Ottoman period, including petitions of the imperial center, mapping, cities, rural and nomadic populations, the Young Turk Revolution of 1908 and World War I in Greater Syria.

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https://haifa.academia.edu/YuvalBenBassat  

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ben

Department of Jewish History and Biblical Studies.

Research fields:Ancient Jewish Sciences in Babylonian and Hellenistic context, Apocalyptic Literature, Dead Sea Scrolls, Digital Humanities, History of the Biblical text, Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern religion and Mythology, Royal monuments in the Eastern Mediterranean, iconography and reception

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/JonathanBenDov

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http://bible.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/faculty-staff-reception-hours/senior-academic-staff/47-ybd

beneli

Department of Jewish History

Research field: Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/EyalBenEliyahu

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boas

Department of Israel Studies

Research field: Material culture of the Crusader period Domestic architecture Military architecture Weapons Ceramics, etc.

 

Prof. Boas his the president of an international historical society - The Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East (SSCLE) and director of the Montfort Castle Project.

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bronst

Department of Israel Studies

Research field: Crusader military orders

 

 

 

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chajes

Director, Center for the Study of Jewish Culture

Department of Jewish History

Research field: Jewish mysticism, between the Levant and Europe

Dr. Chajes is an early modern cultural historian whose work currently focuses on the visualization and transfer of knowledge, and specifically the genre of kabbalistic diagrams known as Ilanot. Chajes’s research includes the study of visual materials that circulated between the Land of Israel, Italy, and North Africa in the early modern period.

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http://jewish-history.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/faculty-staff-reception-hours/senior-academic-staff/161-hy

https://haifa.academia.edu/JHChajes

 

cohen

Department of Jewish History

Research field: early modern and modern Jewish Philosophy, cultural history of Iberian and Italian Jews.

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/CedricCohenSkalli

cvikel

Department of Maritime Civilizations

Research field: underwater archaeology, ancient ship construction.

Dr. Cvikel is a researcher at the Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies, and a senior lecturer in the Department of Maritime Civilizations, both at the University of Haifa. She is the active director of the Ma‘agan Mikhael replica project. Her areas of research and teaching are maritime history based on underwater archaeology, seamanship and ship-handling, and ancient ship construction

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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Deborah_Cvikel 

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eisenberg

The Zinman Institute of Archaeology; Department of Archaeology
Director of the Hippos-Sussita Excavations Project

Research field: Classical period archaeology; Decapolis, Hippos (Sussita), Military architecture of the Hellenistic and Roman periods, The art of siege warfare during the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/MichaelEisenebrg  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael_Eisenberg4  http://lecturers.haifa.ac.il/en/hcc/meisenb1/Pages/default.aspx#  option=com_contact&view=contact&id=51:dr-michael-aizenberg&catid=27&Itemid=146&lang=en

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Department of General History

Research field: Mediterranean Historiography, French “Annales" Historiography, Israeli and Mediterranean Jewish Printed Media History 1850-1950, French Printed media History 1789-1914.

 

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erlich

Zinman Institute of Archaeology

Department of Archaeology

Department of Art History

 

Research field: Archaeology of Israel in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods Beth She'arim excavations, Art of the Hellenistic Age from Israel, Ancient terracotta figurines, Ancient Mosaics, Ancient Jewish Art.

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https://haifa.academia.edu/AdiErlich

gil

Department of Art History

 Research field: crusader art, expression in monumental art

Dr. Fishhof teaches medieval and crusader art history in the Department of Art History at Haifa University. He specializes in crusader art, and devotes his research to the expression in monumental art of such questions as patronage, competition between holy sites, and the formation of institutional identity through the creation of foundation legends. His studies are dedicated, among others, to the mural cycle of the church of Emmaus (Abu-Ghosh) and its Hospitaller patrons, and to the church of the Annunciation in Nazareth. His publications appeared in Mediaevistik, Arte Medievale , Annales de Bourgogne and Viator.

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http://telaviv.academia.edu/GilFishhof

http://art.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/departmentoffice-2/faculty-staff-reception-hours/senior-academic-staff/87-dr-gil-fishhof

 

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Department of Middle Easern History

Research field: history of the arab speaking people (medieval)

Social, legal and cultural history of Middle Eastern Islam (Medieval)

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/Yfrenkel

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yehoshua_Frenkel

http://mideast.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/departmentoffice-2/faculty-staff-reception-hours/emeritus/19-yf-e

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ron

Department of Art History

Research field: History of Architecture, Architectural History of the Holy Land
Vernacular Architecture, Colonial Architecture, Ottoman Palestine, The British Mandate, Architecture in the Eastern Mediterranean, Regionalism.

Dr. Fuchs have a Ph.D. in Architecture & Town Planning from the Technion.

He teaches a course on “The Mediterranean House”.

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gertwagen

The program of Byzantine & Modern Hellenic Studies

Research field: marine archaeologist, byzantine and medieval Mediterranean, Venice

Maritime historian and marine archaeologist of the byzantine and medieval Mediterranean and the Black Sea, focusing on Venice and her maritime Empire, Byzantine Empire, Genoa, Naval warfare, ports and port towns and marine environmental and ecological history

 

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http://haifa.academia.edu/ruthygertwagen

http://greece.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/faculty-staff-reception-hours/senior-academic-staff/92-rg

geva

Department of Arabic Language & Literature

Research field: Jewish and Arabic dialects

 

 

 

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gilboa

Department of Archaeology; Director, Zinman Institute of Archaeology

Research fields: Israel and the Mediterranean in the Late Bronze through Persian periods, Sea People, Phoenicians, Cross-Mediterranean contacts in the Iron Age, The uses of style analyses in archaeology, Ceramics, Methodology of site reports, Tel Dor.

Prof. Gilboa: Co-director, Tel Dor Excavation, Conservation and Publication project; Director, Shikmona Early Periods Publication project.

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/AyeletGiboa

http://dor.huji.ac.il/AG.html 

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hyssein

Department of Arabic Language & Literature

Research field: Classical Arabic poetry, especially pre-Islamic poetry, the poetry of the Hudhayl tribe, the Nakaid in the Umayyad era, the Badi' (New Style) Poetry, and classical Arabic rhetoric.

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/AliHussein 

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kahn

Department of Biblical Studies

Research field: ancient near east

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/DanelKahn 

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hassan

Department of Maritime Civilizations

Research field: history of maritime law

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/Hkhalilieh

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Department of Archaeology

Research field: Crusader archaeology

 

 

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http://arch.haifa.ac.il/index.php/2013-12-25-08-00-35/faculty/158-rabei-g-khamisy

klinger

Department of Art History

Research field: Ancient Greek art.

Dr. Klinger presently working on two main projects: The publication of the small finds from the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore at ancient Corinth, a project under the aegis of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens; and the publication of the first vol. of the Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum for Israel, a project under the aegis of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, which focuses on the Greek Vases from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.

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https://haifa.academia.edu/Sklinger 

http://greece.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/faculty-staff-reception-hours/senior-academic-staff/104-dr-sonia-klinger

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Department of Israel Studies

Research field: History of Christianity in the East; The Nusayri-Alawi religion.

 

Prof. Kofsky gotten his Ph.D. from Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1990)

Among his Books: Eusebius of Caesarea Against Paganism (Leiden, 2000)

The Monastic School of Gaza (with B. Bitton Ashkelony, Leiden 2006)

Syriac Idiosyncrasies: Theology and Hermeneutics in Early Syriac Literature (with S. Ruzer, Leiden 2010)

Reshaping Identities in Late Antique Syria-Mesopotamia: Christian and Jewish Hermeneutics and Narrative Strategies (with S. Ruzer, Piscataway 2016)

The Nusayri-Alawi Religion: An Enquiry into its Theology and Liturgy (with M. Bar-Asher, Leiden 2002).  

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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Aryeh_Kofsky

http://historyschool.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/academic-office-hours/the-school-of-history-steering-committee/20-ak 

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lavee

Department of Jewish History

Research field: Geniza, midrash

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/MosheLavee

http://genizah.haifa.ac.il/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=46:dr-moshe-lavee&catid=37&Itemid=156&lang=en

lev

Department of Israel Studies

Head of Department of Humanities and Arts, Technion.

Research field: Geniza, ethno-pharmacology.

Prof. Lev main fields of interest and research are: prehistoric diet, medieval Mediterranean pharmacology and trade of drugs, history of Arabic medicine in the medieval Levant, ethno-pharmacology and various medical issues in the Cairo Geniza.

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https://haifa.academia.edu/EfraimLev 

http://israel-stu.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/faculty-staff-reception-hours/senior-academic-staff/82-el

levk

Department of Hebrew & Comparative Literature

Research field: Greek and Latin Literature, Medieval Latin Literature, History of Literary Criticism, Mythology, Gender, The Emergence of the Psychological Self, Dreams in Antiquity, Gender and Textuality, The Ancient Novel, Latin Love Elegy.

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/VeredLevKenaan

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maayan

Department of Art History

Research field: Byzantine art, Jewish and Christian art in the Holy Land

19th century photography of the Holy Land

Emma Maayan-Fanar is a senior lecturer at the Art History department at the University of Haifa, Israel. She received her PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2004. Her main research interests are Byzantine illuminated manuscripts, Early Christian and Jewish art in the Holy Land, and the 19th-century photography of the Holy Land. She published a book Revelation through the Alphabet: Aniconism and Illuminated Initial Letters in Byzantine Artistic Imagination, Geneve: La Pomme d’Or, 2011 and a number of articles in peer-reviewed journals.

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emmanuel

Research field: nautical archaeology and history

His research deals mainly with nautical archaeology and history. He dedicated a book about the load capacity of the Greek and Roman ships (Phortia. Le tonnage des navires de commerce en Méditerranée du VIIIe siècle av. l'ère chrétienne au VIIe siècle de l'ère chrétienne, Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2016, 656 p.). His study of the ancient ships is based both on written sources, iconographical evidence and shipwrecks. He is conducting land and underwater excavations and surveys in France (Allonnes, Port-Vendres) and in Israel (Caesarea). He is also heading the PANAV project about nautical heritage.

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/EmmanuelNantet

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newman

Department of Jewish History

Research field: Late antique Judaism

 

 

 

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haifa.academia.edu/HillelNewman 

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perry

Department of Jewish History

Research field: Jewish History

Dr. Perry (Ph.D. 2008, Hebrew University) is a lecturer in the department for Jewish History at the University of Haifa. In 2010, his book Tradition and Transformation: Knowledge Transmission among Medieval Jews was published in Hebrew. His primary areas of research are: medieval Jewish history; transmission and reception of knowledge; Jewish-Christian relations in medieval Europe; and medieval multilingualism. His latest publications include: “Jewish Heaven, Christian Hell: Rabbi Joshua ben Levi’s Vision of the Afterlife,” The Journal of Medieval History 43, 2 (2017): 212-227; “Communal Scribes and the Rise of a Uniform Hebrew Style around the Mediterranean in the 11th Century,” Zion 82, 2-3 (2017): 267-308 (Hebrew); “Hatpasa – Jewish Translata Documents from Medieval Catalonia: Formula, Law and Society,” The Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies (Oct. 2017).

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haifa.academia.edu/MichaJPerry 

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rozen

Department of Jewish History

Research field: Diaspora studies

Prof. Rozen is an emerita of the University of Haifa. A historian of the Jewish Mediterranen diaspora in the early modern and modern eras, she initiated and carried out documentation and digitization projects of Jewish archives cemeteries and synagogues in Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria. The digital archives of 60,000 Jewish tombstones from Turkey is being presently uploaded on the internet by the Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center at Tel Aviv University, a center she was the head of in 1992-1997. She is the author of 10 books and scores of articles. Among her last publications are: A Journey Through Civilizations: Chapters in the History of Istanbul Jewry, 1453-1923 , Turnhaut: Brepols Publishers, 2015, 520 pp.; The Mediterranean in the Seventeenth Century: Captives, Pirates, and Ransomers at the Juncture Between Religion, Politics, Economics, and Society, Palermo: New Digital Frontiers S.R.L. and Casa Editrice Mediterranea, 2016, 157 pp., and "The Jewish Community of Salonika,1912–1941: Organizational Patterns ," Archeion Analekta:Periodiki ekdosi meletis kai erevnas archeion(defteri periodos), 1(Thessaloniki 2016), pp. 306-367; Minna Rozen, "Money, Power, Politics and the Great Salonika Fire of 1917," Jewish Social Studies Vol. 22, No. 2 (Winter 2017), pp. 74-115

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minnarozen.co.il

http://www.tau.ac.il/humanities/vip/Rozen-Minna.html

 

salamah

Department of Arabic Language & Literature

Research field: Sufism

 

 

 

 

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https://haifa.academia.edu/arinSalamahQudsi

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Department of Israel Studies

Research field: Geographical, environmental history of the Land of Israel

 

 

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gross

Department of Maritime Civilizations

Research field: sedimentary archaeology

Prof. Shahack-Gross focuses here research on archaeological materials and the processes that lead to their presence in archaeological sites (the so-called field of 'site formation processes'). She is especially interested in archaeological materials reflecting economic practices and inter-relationships, in both coastal and inland environments, at prehistoric and historic periods.

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http://marsci.haifa.ac.il/research/research-laboratories-and-projects/maritime-civilizations-laboratories/sedimentary-archaeology 

shahar

Department of Middle Eastern History

Research field: Shari'a law, legal pluralism, medieval and modern Egypt, and the Arab-Palestinian minority in Israel

Legal anthropologist and a social historian, specializing in the study of Islamic law, and in particular, in the study of shari'a courts.

 

 

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haifa.academia.edu/IdoShahar

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simonsohn

Department of Middle Eastern History

Research field: Inter-religious contacts, conversion

Dr. Simonsohn is a historian of religions and societies. His research focuses on the three monotheistic religions in the Near East and Mediterranean Basin from Late Antiquity to the High Middle Ages. In his book A Common Justice (2011), which deals with the lives of Rabbanite Jews and Eastern Christians in the early Islamic period, he attempts to present a more nuanced and untidy picture of what has often been depicted in modern scholarship as a social setting neatly carved along religious lines. The legal-anthropological paradigm of “legal pluralism” allows him to interpret the exhortations of Rabbanite and ecclesiastical leaders against extra-confessional litigation in the context of highly complex arrangements of social commitments. These commitments, he argues, went far beyond the confinements of religious communities.

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http://mideast.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/departmentoffice-2/faculty-staff-reception-hours/facultystaff-segel/87-us

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srougo

Department of Jewish History

 Research field: Jewish mysticism, between the Levant and Europe

Dr. Srougo studies about the social history of Sephardic Jews from the middle and the lower classes who lived in different parts of the Mediterranean region during the 19th- 20th centuries. The industrialization and secularization-both of which were integral elements of the colonialist endeavor- that were exported from the West to developing areas- changed the daily routine of Jewish bourgeoisies, workers, craftsmen and marginal people ,and present, from the bottom up, the struggle for the continuation of their presence and influence in different public arenas in Thessaloniki, Fes, Casablanca and Haifa.

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stein

Department of Hebrew & Comparative Literature

Research field: Rabbinic and medieval Jewish folklore, Literary and cultural aspects of rabbinic lit; ancient and modern jewish folklore.

 

 

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http://haifamed.haifa.ac.il/index.php/he/2015-08-11-14-03-36/59-prof-dina-stein

 

stow

Department of Jewish History

 Research field: Social, cultural, and political history of Italian Jewry, and of the Church and the Jews, medieval through early modern times

Prof. Stow received the Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1971, and he is a graduate of the Combined Program of Columbia and the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is Professor of Jewish History Emeritus University of Haifa and has held the following visiting professorships

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Department of Arabic Language & Literature

Research field:medieval religions

 

 

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weizman

Department of Middle Eastern History

Research field: Islamic Studies.

 Prof. Weismann is Associate Professor of Islamic studies and former Director of the Jewish-Arab Center at Haifa University. His research interests focus on modern movements and ideologies in modern Islam, including Salafism, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Sufi fraternities .He is scientific editor of Sahar (Crescent) series of translations into Hebrew of major modern Islamic texts.

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yasur

Department of Maritime Civilizations

Research field: Philistines, coastal archaeology

 

 

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fruma

Department of Middle Eastern History

Research field: Syria in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, Arab nationalism, Christian Arab, intellectuals Syrian identity Literature and nationalism 19th-century Ottoman Empire
Christian Arab intellectuals

 

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Department of General History

Research field: Medieval cultural and intellectual history

 

 

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