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Fellows and Former Fellows


2016-2017


Ph.D. Students:


Bar Kribus, Institute of Archaeology

The Monasteries of the Beta Israel (Ethiopian Jews)

 

Noam MaeirDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

 

M.A. Students:

 

Baruch KarlinDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Omer HackerDepartment of Sociology and Anthropology

 

Tomer TalmorDepartment of History

 

Tom Parnas, Department of History


Daniel Lehmann, Department of History

 

Mauricio Lapchik, Department of Comparative Religion

 

Abir Maliyanker, Department of Comparative Religion

 

 


2015-2016


Ph.D. Students:


Bar Kribus, Institute of Archaeology

The Monasteries of the Beta Israel (Ethiopian Jews)

 

 

M.A. Students:

 

Shraga BickDepartment of Comparative Religion
"But I am Prayer": Voice, Body and the Anthropology of the Praying Self in Rabbinic and Syriac-Christian Literature

 

Amir BoasDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Noam MaeirDepartment of Comparative Religion

Christology, Prayer and Perfection: A Study in Sahdona's Christology and Path to Perfection

 

Eva Tal GlikmanDepartment of Comparative Religion

Crossing Paths: Multiculturalism in Contemporary Monastic Hospitality in Jerusalem

 

Baruch KarlinDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Omer HackerDepartment of Sociology and Anthropology

 

Tomer TalmorDepartment of History

 

 


2014-2015

 

Bar Kribus, Institute of Archaeology

The Monasteries of the Beta Israel (Ethiopian Jews) (Ph.D.)

 

Koji Yamashiro, Department of Jewish Thought 

The Urmensch Myth in the Abrahamic Religions: Its Development and Major Facets in Judaism, Christianity and Islam (Ph.D.)

 

Shahar Reznik-KrakowDepartment of Comparative Religion

The effect of religious-historical perceptions of Israeli leaders On Israel and Vatican relations from the 90s to this day

 

Maayan RavehDepartment of Comparative Religion

Identity questions in the Christian-Palestinian community- The question of Authenticity

Shraga BickDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Amir BoasDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Noam MaeirDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Eva Tal GlikmanDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Josefin DolstenRothberg International School

 

 

 

2013-2014

 

Koji Yamashiro, Department of Jewish Thought 

The Urmensch Myth in the Abrahamic Religions (Ph.D.)

 

Shahar Reznik-KrakowDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Maayan RavehDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

Michal HassonDepartment of Comparative Religion

 

 

 

2012-2013 

 

Yael Moise, Department of Comparative Religion

Dissenting Voices in Christian Canon Formation Following Athanasius' Easter Letter (M.A.)

 

Lior Chen, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Re/Construction of Christian sacred Pilgrimage sites in Israel: A comparative analysis of “Qasr el Yahud” and “the Yardenit” (M.A.)

 

Daniel Salem, Department of History

The Contest Over Place and Space: A Comparative Study of Three Episodes of Religious Violence, 363-418 CE (M.A.)

 

 


2011-2012 

 

Bar Kribus, Institute of Archaeology

From Polytheism to Old-Testament Oriented Christianity: Religion in the Kingdom of Aksum, the Archaeological and Textual Evidence (M.A.).

 

Yael Moise, Department of Comparative Religion

Dissenting Voices in Christian Canon Formation Following Athanasius' Easter Letter (M.A.)

 

 

 

2010-2011

 

Amitai Jacobsen

Patterns and Conventions of Mass Conversion of Jews to Christianity in Late Antique and Early Medieval Europe (M.A.).

 

Oren Ableman

Post 70 CE Eschatology: Messianism and Anti-Imperialism in the books of Fourth Ezra, Second Baruch, Revelation of John, and the Fourth and Fifth Sibylline Oracles (M.A.).

 

 

 

2007-2008

 

Smadar Chaouat 

 

Anna Gutgarts

 

Tamar Sabo

The Jewish Reaction to Inclusion of the Gentiles in the Early Jesus Movement and Luke's Polemical Strategies in the Book of Acts (M.A.).

 

Michal Kimhi

 

 

 

2002-2004


Guy Paz

The Problem of Evil in Lessing (M.A.).

 

Zeev Elitzur

Aspects of the Iconoclastic Controversy in Eigth-Century Byzantium (M.A.).

 

 

 

2001-2002

 

Montse Leyra

The Commentaries of Hugh and Andrew of St. Victor to the Pentateuch and to the Former Prophets: Their Relation to the Hebrew Text and to Textual and Linguistic Problems in Light of Their Parallels with the Pashtanim (Ph.D.).

 

Yossef Soffer

Christian-Orthodox Arabic Thought (M.A.).

 

Eyal Poleg

The Image of the Maccabees in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (M.A.).

 

Roni Amir

Stylistic Trends of Architectural Decoration in Egypt Between the 5-8 Centuries, as Reflected in the Monastery of Apa Apollo in Bawit (M.A.).

 

Liudmila Ginsbursky

New Testament Studies and the Image of Jesus (M.A.).

 

Vered Hillel

Naphtali as a Proto-Joseph in the Testament of Naphtali in the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs (M.A.).

 

Yoav Loeff

Armenian Amulets of the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Era (M.A.).

 

Roly Zylbersztein

Studies in Polemical Discourse in the Byzantine Empire from the beginning of the 7th Century through the 11th Century (Ph.D.).

 

 

 

2000-2001

 

Hana Bendcowsky

"A Garden Locked is My Sister, My Bride": The "Bride of Christ" and the Song of Songs in Hagiographies and in the Church Fathers (M.A.).

 

Petra Heldt

The Epistle of Paul to the Galatians 4:21-5:1 in the Reading of the Early Church: Research in Patristic Exegesis (Ph.D.).

 

Alexander Kulik

The Church and the Jews in Old Rus' (Post Doc.).

 

Montse Leyra

The Victorine Exegesis to the Pentateuch and to the Former Prophets: Its Relation to the Hebrew Text and to Textual and Linguistic Problems in light of its Parallels with the Pashtanim (Ph.D.).

 

Yoav Loeff

Armenian Amulets of the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Era (M.A.)

 

Dania Marinov

Eastern and Western Christian Mysticism in the 4th Century in Commentaries on the Song of Songs: Gregory of Nyssa and Ambrose of Milan - A Comparative Study (Ph.D.)

 

Sharon Roubach

When Brothers Dwell Together: The Symbol of Twins in Latin Christian Literature (Ph.D.).

 

Alexander Treiger

The Arabic Version(s) of the Pseudo-Dionysian Corpus (M.A.).

 

 

 

1999-2000

 

Emma Fanar

The Decorated Initial Letters in Byzantine Manuscripts from 9th to 13th Century (Ph.D.).

 

Alexey Krakhmalnikov

The Literature of the Old Believers of Belaia Krynitsa (1846-1917).

 

Eugene Kuzmin

Alchemical Imagery in the Works of Quirinus Kuhlmann.

 

Ronit Nikolsky

The Provenance of the History of the Rechabites (Ph.D.).

 

Edward Rabinovich

The Spiritual Guidance of Paisii Velichkovski: The Significance of the Spiritual Teacher in the Mental Prayer Doctrine of the Starets Paisii (1722-1794) According to the Slavonic Sources (Ph.D.).

 

Sharon Roubach

Quam bonum et quam iucundum: The Symbol of Twins in Latin Christian Literature (Ph.D.).

 

Roly Zylbersztein

Origen's Academic Institution in Caesarea: The Structure of Studies, Educational and Academic Methods, and Their Parallels among the Jewish Sages.

 

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