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  • מידע אישי
    Research Areas
    Byzantine Art
    Early Christian Funerary Art
    Jewish Art
    Manuscripts Illumination

    Education
    2004 - Ph.D. in Art History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
    Dissertation: “Byzantine Pictorial Initials of the Post-Iconoclastic Period (from the end of the 9th century to the early 11th century).” (summa cum laude).
    1997 - M.A. in Art History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
    Thesis: “Demonic Figures in Byzantine Psalters.”
  • הוראה
  • פרסומים
    Publications
    Articles in Refereed Journals

    2005- “The Scribe as Artist in the Chrysostom Manuscript in Venice: Reconsideration,” Scriptorium, Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes, 25/2 (2005), 119-131.
    2006- “The Fragmentary Body: The Place of Human Limbs in Byzantine Illuminated Initials,” Byzantion 76 (2006), 249-265.
    2006- “Visiting Hades: a Transformation of the Ancient God in the 9th-century Byzantine Psalters,” Byzantinische Zeitschrift 99/1 (2006), 93-131.
    Other Publications

    2006- "Cemetery as New Jerusalem: the Jewish and Christian Concepts of Two Unique Necropolises in the Holy Land", in New Jerusalems. The Translation of Sacred Spaces in Christian Culture. Materials from the International Symposium, ed. A. Lidov, Moscow, 2006, 41-47
  • השתתפות בכנסים
    Active Participation in Scholarly Conferences (2000 – present)
    2006 Georgian Ministry of Culture, G. Chubinashvili National Research Center for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation Tbilisi, Georgia and Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence (Max-Plank). International Seminar on Medieval Art.
    Paper delivered: "When Messiah comes… Iconographical Analysis of the Early Christian Necropolis in Galilee"

    2006 Ben Gurion University of Negev, Beersheba, Israel. Research Workshop of the Israel Science Foundation. Art, Liturgy, and Religious Cult in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.
    Paper delivered: “Illuminated Initial Letters in the Two Byzantine Lectionaries: The Problem of Interpretation and Sources.”

    2006 Research Center for Eastern Christian Culture, Moscow, Russia. International Symposium. New Jerusalems. The Translation of Sacred Spaces in Christian Culture.
    Paper delivered: “The Cemetery as New Jerusalem: The expression of Jewish-Christian polemical ideas through two unique necropolises in the Holy Land.”

    2006 University of Leeds, England, International Medieval Congress.
    Paper delivered: “Disjoint Human Limbs in Byzantine Lectionaries: Meanings and Sources.”

    2004 University of Leeds, England, International Medieval Congress.
    Paper delivered: “Visiting Hades: Diabolical Images in Byzantine Psalters.”

    2004 Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beersheba, Israel. The Thirty-third Conference of the Israel Society for the Promotion of Classical Studies.
    Paper delivered: “The Byzantine Illuminated Letter: Sources and Meaning.”

    Colloquium Talks and other Invited Addresses
    2003- Freiburg University, Germany, Art History Department,
    Guest lecture: “The Mystics of the Letters.”
    2003- Freie Universit?t Berlin, Germany, Byzantine Institute, Guest lecture: “Byzantine Pictorial Initials of the Post-Iconoclastic Period.”
    2002- Trier University, Germany, Art History Department,
    Guest lecture, “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End” (Revelations 22:13): Byzantine Initial Letter Illumination and Its Context.”


    Scholarships, Awards, Research Grants, etc.
    2005 - Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florence.
    2000 - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: The Center for the Study of Christianity.
    1997-2002 - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: The Robert H. and Clarice Smith Center for the History of Art Scholarship.
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