פוסט-דוקטורנטים

2018-19:

 

 

Zvi Yavetz Fellows:

 

Dr. David Shuster (Harvard University),

 

"Laughing Angels, Crying Devils: Making Comedy in Postwar North Korea" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Dr. Liora Sarfati

 

Ido Wachtel (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

 

"תמורות ביישוב הכפרי הקדום בגליל במבט השוואתי" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Yoval Gadot

 

Thomas Arthur Arnold Fellows:

 

Katherine Lindeman (University of Toronto)

 

“Zeal for Souls: Masculinity and Inquisition in the Dominican Vocation, 1200-1600” (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Tamar Herzig

 

 

Shira Wilkof (University of California, Berkeley),

 

"City and Ecology: Expert Networks and the Postwar Search for Environmental Internationalism" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Billie Melman

 

Dan David Fellows:

 

Alissa Klots (Rutgers The State University of New Jersey),

 

"The Kitchen Maid That Will Rule The State: Domestic Service in the Soviet Union” (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Igal Halfin

 

 

 

2017-18:

 

 

Zvi Yavetz Fellows:

 

Alon Tam  (University of Pennsylvania)

 

"Coffeehouses and Coffeehouse Culture in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Cairo" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Ami Ayalon

 

Ran Segev (University of Texas-Austin)

 

"God in the Details: Ethnography and Comparative Religion in the Spanish World, 1550-1700" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Yosef Schwartz

 

Thomas Arthur Arnold Fellows:

 

Sharon Sanderovitch (University of California, Berkeley)

 

“Presence and Praise: Writing the Imperial Body in Han China” (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Galia Pat Shamir

 

 

Anna Gutgarts  (Hebrew University of Jerusalem),

 

"Jerusalem in the 12th century: Systematic Analysis of a Developing Urban Landscape" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Dr. Na'Ama Cohen Hanegbi

 

Dan David Fellows:

 

Kristoff Kerl (University of Cologne, Germany),

 

"Politics of Ecstasy. A Transnational History of the Body in Western Countercultures, 1960s-1980s” (abstract)

 

 

2016-17:

 

 

Zvi Yavetz Fellows:

 

Elad Alyagon (University of California, Davis)

 

"Inked: Song Soldiers, Military Tattoos, and the Remaking of the Chinese Lower Class, 960-1279" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Asaf Goldschmidt

 

Kutlughan Soyubol  (PhD 2016, City University of New York Graduate Center)

 

"From Jinns to Genes: The Emergence of Psy-sciences and the Modern State in Turkey" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Miri Shefer-Mossensohn

 

Thomas Arthur Arnold Fellows:

 

Allegra Rachel Pennant Fryxel (University of Cambridge)

 

"Colour and consciousness: the transcendental metaphysics of European modernism, c.1900-1939" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Billie Melman

 

 

Dror Weil (Princeton University),

 

"Medical Knowledge and the Circulation of Islamic Texts in China,1642-1900" (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Asaf Goldschmidt

 

 

2015-16:

 

 

Zvi Yavetz Fellows:

 

Noa Grass (PhD 2015, University of British Columbia),

 

“The Paper Dynasties: Paper Money in the Political Economy of China 1000-1500” (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Asaf Goldschmidt

 

Dr. Giacomo Corazzol (PhD 2015, Università di Bologna),

 

“The Jews in Candia (1350-1550): a socio-cultural history through archival and literary documents” (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Benjamin Arbel

 

Thomas Arthur Arnold Fellows:

 

Maude Bass-Krueger (PhD 2015, Bard Graduate Center),

 

“Dress History and New Materialisms in France: Thinking, Displaying, Recreating and Wearing Historic Dress in Nineteenth-Century France” (abstract)

 

TAU sponsor: Prof. Billie Melman

 

Jonathan Furas (PhD 2015, Oxford University),

 

“Old Arabs, New Arabs: Race, Nation and Progress in History Textbooks in Palestine, Transjordan and Iraq, 1920-1948”

 

TAU sponsors: Prof. Billie Melman and Dr. Yoav Alon

 

 

2014-15:

 

Zvi Yavetz Fellows:

 

Dr. Lucy Nicholas (PhD 2014, Durham University),

 

“New Perspectives: The Translated Latin Works of Joahnnes Sturm and Role in the Religious Reformation.”

 

Dr. Raz Segal (PhD 2013, Clark University),

“Making Hungary Greater New Perspectives on World War II and the Holocaust.”

 

Thomas Arthur Arnold Fellows:

 

Dr. Peiying Lin (PhD 2012, University Of London),

 

“Archeology of Chinese Chan Buddhism: A Cross-Cultural Perspective in Medieval East Asia.”

 

Dr. Jonathan Rubin (PhD 2012, Hebrew University),

 

“Intellectual Activity in the Latin East and its Reception in the West.”

 

 

2013-14:

 

Thomas Arthur Arnold Fellows:

 

Dr. Barbara Gribling (PhD 2012, University of York),

 

“Consuming The Middle Ages: How the 'Age of Chivalry' was Sold to British Children, 1880-1938.”

 

Dr. Noam Maggor (PhD 2010, Harvard University),

 

“Brahmin Capitalism: Gentlemanly Bankers, Urban Populists, and the Political Origins of the Modern American Economy.”

 

 

2012-13:

 

Thomas Arthur Arnold Fellows:

 

Dr. Oded Rabinovitch (PhD 2011, Brown University),

 

“Anatomy of a Family of Letters: The Perraults, 1640-1705.”

 

Dr. Michal Shapira (PhD 2008, Rutgers University),

 

“The Domestic, Transnational, and Imperial Legacies of WW-2 in Britain and Beyond”

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