Historian of the modern Middle East and the Harry Friedenwald Chair in History of Medicine at the Hebrew University.
Personal administrative assistant to Professor Liat Kozma and her research team.
Historian of late nineteenth century Arabic Nahda. Her research interests lie in the intellectual and cultural history of the Arabic-speaking world.
Scholar of colonial and imperial history. She is interested in the various forms of colonial knowledge and power, and in the social and cultural history of European communities in the Middle East in the course of the 20th century.
Historical sociologist. Studies the social history of international Jewish-humanitarian organizations in North Africa and the Middle East, the military government in Israel (1948-1966), and the Hebrew University Medical School.
Scholar of modern Middle Eastern and Palestinian history, interested in the history of late Ottoman and mandate Palestine, the sociology of Arab knowledge and cultural aspects of the Palestinian-Zionist conflict.
Historian of medicine and pharmacy. Studies aspects of the social and intellectual history of medicine and the sciences in the medieval Islamicate world.
Student of women and medicine in the Ladino speaking Jewish communities of the Ottoman Empire. Her research explores the religious and medical practices of Jewish women in the Late Ottoman Empire.
Student of Palestinian history. Studies the local history of Haifa through city sanitation during the Mandate period (1920-1934).
Gynecology in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco under French protectorate
Student of Middle Eastern history at Mandel School For Advanced Studies in the Humanities
Student of modern Middle Eastern history. His research focuses on Egypt’s Medical Profession and its Interface with Global and International Health Organizations, 1920-1960.
Student of modern Palestinian history, focusing on the Military Government years.
A research assistant at the MidEastMed Proect
Ottomanist and historian of medicine and the environment in the Levant.
Student of modern Egyptian history and literature.
A researcher of proto-colonial Morocco through the prism of the discourse and practice of body, medicine and hygiene amongst Moroccan Jews and Muslims.